80s Fueled Family Fun | Review of ‘Despicable Me 3’


By Cynthia Ayala

“Gru meets his long-lost charming, cheerful, and more successful twin brother Dru who wants to team up with him for one last criminal heist.” — IMDB

Fun and zany probably sums it up best. Despicable Me 3. Sure, the original will always be the best because it was original, but the heart isn’t lost from the original. The story expands as the story has the group discover a whole new family member. Turns out Gru has a brother, it’s Dru. Dru has the hair, and money, and a mansion. Talk about sibling rivalries. But he reveals some hidden secrets to the family legacy.
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Julie Andrews to be honored in L.A.


original article by Les Spindle LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) – More than six decades after her professional debut in 1947, Julie Andrews remains popular with all generations. She cut her performing teeth in her native England, appearing in concerts and vaudeville and on radio programs, becoming widely renowned for a unique voice that spanned four octaves. She went on to stardom in films, theater, television, and recordings. On Monday, the Geffen Playhouse in Los Angeles will honor Andrews at a fundraiser. Andrews, 75, recently shared with Back Stage recollections from her career and lessons she has learned in her creative … Continue reading Julie Andrews to be honored in L.A.