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Critique du film `Moi Moche et m?chant'

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Critique du film `Moi Moche et m?chant'

Le film Moi moche et m?chant dirige pour Pierre Coffin et Chris Renaud est un film d'animation pour un publique familial. Ce film est ? propos d'un sc?l?rat qui vouloir voler la lune pour 'tre reconnu comme le meilleur sc?l?rat dans le monde. Cela toujours 't? un r?ve de Gru (le personnage principal), mais il a un ennemi qui veut atteindre le m?me but. Gru doit trouver un moyen d'?liminer son ennemi Vector. Pouvoir le faire, il doit utiliser les trois petites orphelines Margo, Edith et Agn's qui voient en lui un potentiel papa, et il peut obtenir ce qui lui revient.

La premi?re fois qui je regarde ce film, j'avais sept ans et j'ai l'adore. Cette film est parfait pour les enfants et les familles parce que le film est tr's amusant. Le but de ce film ...

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