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Minions Stuart, Kevin and Bob are recruited by Scarlet Overkill, a super-villain who, alongside her inventor husband Herb, hatches a plot to take over the world.
|Studio :||Universal Pictures, Illumination Entertainment,|
|Crew :||Post Production Supervisor, Director,|
|Cast :||Allison Janney Geoffrey Rush Michael Keaton Steve Carell Steve Coogan|
|Genre :||Adventure Animation Comedy Family|
A lot more amusing than I thought it would be.
This is a tender, generous movie that likes its characters and presents them as real people, full of flaws and strengths.
A lot of perfectly good film show their cards early, establish a unique premise and let the audience explore a topic at a leisurely pace, without much in terms of surprise. this film is not one of those films.
There is definitely an excellent idea hidden in the background of the film. Unfortunately, it's difficult to find it.
Minions is a prequel to the "Despicable Me" series. It takes place in 1968 and does not bogart on 60's references or music. As an adult familiar with the era, I most likely enjoyed the film more than the kids who were clueless to most of the music and references.The Minions seek out Scarlett Overkill voiced by Sandra Bullock, the top villain of the era. She wants the crown of England and tasks 3 Minions to obtain it for her. As always with Minions, the film becomes a comedy of errors, some predictable, some not.It seems "okay" is a universal word.
This standalone film follows the Minions, who were first seen in 'Despicable Me'. We see how they have been around since the time of the dinosaurs, always trying to find the most evil beings to serve and then accidentally kill! Eventually they can find nobody to serve and as the centuries pass they fall into a depression. One day Minion Kevin decides to do something about it; he, along with sidekicks Stuart and Bob set off to find a new evil master to serve. They find themselves in New York in 1968; there they hear that Villain-con is taking place in Orlando. They make their way there and find themselves working for top villain Scarlet Overkill. She has plans to take over England; the first stage is to get the Minions to steal the crown not surprisingly things don't go quite as Scarlet hoped and then the Minions are in her sights.The little yellow minions were one of the highlights of the' Despicable Me' films so it isn't a surprise that they got their own film. The main story isn't particularly original but that isn't too much of a problem as it is just an excuse to put the minions in a variety of amusing situations where all their attempts to help their new mistress lead her to think they are actually working against her. Most of these set pieces are pretty funny in a way that should amuse children of all ages and adults who enjoy slapstick silliness. The '60s setting provides a good excuse to incorporate music of the era; sometimes sung in the minions' gibberish! The story ends nicely in a way that links into 'Despicable Me'. The animation is impressive with good character designs and detailed backgrounds. Overall I'd say this was a lot of fun and would recommend it even if it isn't quite up to the quality of 'Despicable Me' it is very silly but it is also a lot of fun.
What is this. When the top review right now on IMDb is a troll review giving it a 10/10 you know something is wrong. I get that this film is trying to appeal to kids below the age of 3 with the lack of dialogue and utter absurdity, but at least make it enjoyable to the general public as well. If you want to get an idea of much you might enjoy this film (out of 10), you can simply take the inverse of your age and multiply it by 10. For example, a 1 year old would rate this film a 10/10 and a 25 year old will enjoy this film 0.4/10.OK now onto the real review. I'll first preface this by saying I really liked the first Despicable Me, and I watch many animated comedies - I'm not some sad old man with no sense of humor. But the attempted comedy in this film is so dry and stupid that it's honestly hard to laugh. Perhaps you can laugh out of pity. At least the emoji movie is a film had expectations so low and responses so bad that we could laugh about it. All this film does is have minions laugh and "speak" (more like make random sounds) in an annoying voice. Honestly there's no way you wouldn't hate minions after watching this film. The jokes in this film are unoriginal and poorly integrated.Plot: There is no plot.Characters: Lol. (can you really call minions "characters" when they have no personality and all look the same?) Setting: OK I'll be honesty, the animation and setting is pretty well made, but there's no reason to watch it for that. It's literally just a high budget DreamWorks animation :/ My advice is don't even take your 1 year old kid to watch it cuz even they will cry at how horrible this film is.
Minions is a mediocre film. It has a decent plot, but the film completely wastes any potential it could've had. The problem I had with it is that the film revolves around a side character that was fun in small doses, but annoying in long ones. For example, the first Despicable Me film was a great flick. It had a good plot, good characters, and good writing. The minions were in it, but they were funny and only shown in short bits. However, here, they're on the screen all the time and the jokes with them aren't really all that funny. Overall, this film is great for kids, but adults may want to stray away from it.