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One of the many, many subplots in "Despicable Me 3" is about a girl's obsession with finding a unicorn.Leaning on an endless litany of '80s pop culture references to entertain parents and a whole lot of noisy, forgettable action to please the kids, this third film feels less like a unicorn than a goat.Luckily, "Despicable" still has its core characters, especially the turtlenecked, spindly-legged Gru, a villain gone straight. Indeed, the filmmakers have found a way to double their key asset's contribution by introducing Gru's unknown twin brother, Dru, also voiced by Carell.Kids and parents just watch parallel movies.Given that the main theme of the previous films has to do with crime and redemption, good and evil, it's not a stretch to imagine that this film, too, will present Gru with that crucial identity issue once again – is he a villain, or a good guy?
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