"Is it weird to say that Gru reminds me of Grunkle Stan?"
“After seeing Hop and Despicable Me 2, I can’t help but wonder if Illumination Entertainment has a thing for Spanish stereotypes.”
“I feel like the writers are intentionally ignoring Edith not because they don’t care, but because they have some ideas in store for her in the future. If a third movie happens, I can see her struggling to cope with being the middle child and the fear of not getting enough attention from her family.”
"I think the minions had more character development and screen time than any other character in the second movie."
"I wish I could describe how I felt when I first watched both movies. Gru, despite his villainous past, manages to still be a good father, while mine barely ever bats an eye at me. It makes me appreciate the father figures in media all the more, but Gru really touched my heart. He’s there for his children, in body and in spirit, and his dedication is really something to look up to. I wish my dad was more like Gru in that respect."
"I was literally so upset that Vector wasn’t in the second movie. I have the biggest crush on him ever.”
“I’m glad Margo broke up with Antonio, because to me, their relationship made no sense whatsoever. Margo is fairly mature for her age, so it seems more reasonable for her to like someone with a big brain rather than a wannabe punk kid like Antonio.”
“Am I the only one disturbed by Antonio invading Margo’s personal space when they barely know each other?”
Sorry for the lack of confessions lately.
It’s just that I have been tangled up with some stuff I need to do in life.
Anyways, this blog is still active, just letting you know. And the confessions will be up soon.