I noticed "Despicable Me" (the original) hasn't been measured yet. The wife and I watched it last night and enjoyed it immensely. The sound design is among the best I've heard. It has great slam and micro-dynamics from the bass to the treble. I also didn't hear any clipping or evidence of heavy compression. That doesn't mean it isn't there, but I usually hear at least some trouble in other releases. This one sounds very clean. The mixers used strong macro-dynamic swings skillfully to make things sound very powerful. Subjectively, I think it was a "Level 4" or "5" movie, but I wouldn't be surprised if it measures as a "3". I don't know how low it goes, but I definitely heard a lot of effects below 30 Hz and down to the limits of my system (15 Hz-ish).
Oh yeah. This one has rockets, and they sound great! This is a good example of using strong bass dynamics and ULF to give the impression of very high acoustic power instead of using clipping or distortion.
In any case, I look forward to seeing the sequel, which I see has been measured here and appears to retain the same positive qualities that I heard in this one.