Since Despicable Me came out in 2010 we’ve all been obsessed with Minions. Ever wonder where they came from and how they came to work for Gru? Your questions will be answered, and you’ll laugh your head off too.
We see the origins of the minions (they start as single-celled yellow organisms), they evolve and only want to serve villans. However, they aren’t successful at actually keeping these masters, examples being a T-Rex, Dracula, and Napoleon. They finally become depressed because they can’t find a despicable master. Will no one need their graceful servitude?
Suddenly it’s 1968 and one Minion (Kevin) steps up and decides to find that evil master for his minion comrades to follow. He asks for two volunteers and winds up with teen rebel Stuart and cute little Bob.
They brave the elements and wind up in the US. They hitch a hysterical ride down to Orlando, with a family that’s the opposite of what they seem.
Florida, they meet the awe-inspiring Scarlett Overkill (Sandra Bullock), world’s first-ever female super-villain. Her husband (Jon Hamm) invents all these cool weapons and the Minions want to make her happy. They go back to London with her and of course things go hilariously wrong.
The Minions have quite a challenge ahead of them. Will they be able to please Scarlett? Is it a perfect fit?
Appropriate for Young Children?
There a couple of questionable moments, but the Minions actually handle themselves quite well. Young kids will laugh instead of being scared.
Starring: Sandra Bullock, Jon Hamm, Michael Keaton, Allison Janney & Steve Coogan. Directed by: Pierre Coffin & Kyle Balda
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#Minions is in theaters in RealD and IMAX July 10
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