Minions

Minions

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Directed by : Pierre Coffin , Kyle Balda

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The story of Universal Pictures and Illumination Entertainment's "Minions" begins at the dawn of time. Starting as single-celled yellow organisms, "Minions" evolve through the ages, perpetually serving the most despicable of masters. Continuously unsuccessful at keeping these masters--from T. rex to Napoleon--the Minions find...more

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“Just leave this one for the kids. ”

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Since the time I saw Despicable ME 1 & 2, I fell in love with those tiny, yellow, blabbering Minions of Gru. Even though those films had a major part to play for Minions, fans like me wanted more. And then creators of Despicable Me Duology announced a separate film for Minions. Every single fan of Minions was excited. So finally after the long wait, I got to watch THE MINIONS!

Even if you don't know much about Minions or haven't seen Despicable 1 & 2, you'll still fall in love with the film. Even though the dialogues they speak are pure blabber, somehow you'll understand what they are talking about. They are adorable, loveable, innocent, dumb yet intelligent in ways they don't even know.

Minions is about a tribe who survived many millions years on Earth by serving powerful villains throughout the history of the human race. They are stuck at a point where they can't find a powerful master. To survive, they need to find a new, powerful & bad master & to make it come true, Kevin, Bob & Stuart embark on a journey to find a master. The journey takes them to Orlando & then to England.

You'll fall in love with Bob if you already haven't. The direction of this particular film is marvelous. Animation is adorable & you wish you had minions serving you all the time. Story is normal but enjoyable. Music is fun & so are the dialogues. If you know Spanish or French, you'll understand Minions even more. Overall, it's a fun watch this week. If you are done watching & praising Baahubali, this is the next film you should watch this weekend.

BANANA.

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