Minions (2015) 1080p

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Genres:
Animation | Action
Resolution:
1920x1040
Size:
1.74G
Quality:
1080p
Frame Rate:
23.976 fps
Language:
English  
Run Time:
91 min
IMDB Rating:
6.4 / 10 
MPR:
Normal
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3
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0
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0
Directors: Kyle Balda [Director] ,


Movie Description:
Ever since the dawn of time, the Minions have lived to serve the most despicable of masters. From the T-Rex to Napoleon, the easily distracted tribe has helped the biggest and the baddest of villains. Now, join protective leader Kevin, teenage rebel Stuart, and lovable little Bob on a global road trip. They'll earn a shot to work for a new boss, the world's first female supervillain, and try to save all of Minionkind from annihilation.

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Reviews

For the younger young ones

I watched this with the whole family, ages ranging from 11-41... And to be honest there wasn't much laughing going on.

I'll tell you what I did like: the animation was great, and what I found most appealing as a grown up watching this was the nice little musical references, like Hair and The Beatles, and the soundtrack throughout the whole movie. A few minor laughs here and there but unfortunately that was it.

I would think a kid from 0-10 would like it, just the way it likes most any cartoon. Slapstick comedy, funny talk and cute pet-like beings... The main target is probably this age and there it can't go wrong.

But for older and adults I think it is way too childish.
My seven year old was excited to see it. I expected it to be pish. Butit was worse than I imagined. I fell asleep a few times but theannoying yelling pretend dialogue woke me up. I couldn't even get a napout of my wasted afternoon. At least I didn't have to worry about mykid laughing too loudly and disturbing anyone else's sleep. He gotbored too. Just utter crap. They clearly spent a lot on the music. TheBeatles, the kinks, and van Halens eruption as a guitar solo at themerciful end to this travesty of a film. If only they had spent themoney on a scriptwriter rather than the over- caffeinated sixth gradersthey got hopped up on juice boxes before handing them some paper todefecate on and call that a script. The humor in the film was nonexistent. I expected lots of broad fart jokes and low brow stupidityaimed at chimps, five year olds, and the same kind of morons who madeKevin James a star. What I got was obvious pop culture references notas punchlines or set up for jokes. Just there. As if the existence of areference to something recognizable was in and of itself funny. Perhapsit served as a confidence booster for the gump-like, slack jawed,troglodytes that were the target audience. They could all feel jollyclever after recognizing such obscure references as the Beatles. Welldone. If I had a time machine and only choose to change one thing inthe pas, forget hitter, I would go back to stop whoever green lit thiscinematic excretion.

Simply perfect

This is not a complicated film. There is no sophisticated humour. Most of it is toddler level.

The plot is summarized on the trailers. The minions are a tribe of yellow round things that want to assist villains in their villainy. They have been doing this since the dawn of time. Historically they have run in to difficulties in their quest to identify the perfect bad guy to serve. After repeated failures they withdrew to the arctic and attempted to entertain themselves, putting the concerns of other life forms to the side.

The protagonists, Bob, Stuart and Kevin are three minions that decided to brave the unknown and seek out a new leader. They depart and arrive in New York, in 1968. Essentially, we then follow their adventures throughout the film.

Wackiness ensues. The laws of physics are suspended. Gibberish is spoken to wondrous effect.

You don't have to be 2 years old to love this film. I personally love it, and I'm an adult without children. I don't even really like children, but if I had a child I imagine they would like this film. The Minions have this magical quality that forces the rational mind to check out, like anything adorable. They're mischievous, clumsy, and sweet - they want to do good, and this makes them endearing.

Some have complained that this movie lacks substance. I would respond that you don't need substance with a movie like this. It is gold, yellow gold.

But, I am sorry for all the mass marketing.
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