Minions Movie Information

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Overall Rank: 9627

Average Rating: 2.4/4

# of Ratings: 51

Theatrical Release Date: 07/10/2015

Blu-ray/DVD Release Date: 12/08/2015

Language: English

Genre: Animation, Comedy

MPAA Rating: PG

Director: Kyle Balda, Pierre Coffin

Actors: Sandra Bullock, Pierre Coffin, Jon Hamm, Geoffrey Rush, Michael Keaton, Jennifer Saunders

Plot: Just who are these Minions? The little, yellow creatures have always attached themselves to the most ambitious, powerful supervillain with one mission - serve them with all their might. But when the masters are killed, the Minions find themselves without a purpose and thus go into a self-imposed exile. After years, the Minions finally return and in the 60s attends a supervillain conference where they hope to find a new master - and the first female supervillain Scarlett Overkill seems to be the obvious choice. -- Chris Kavan

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Hurricane2000 - wrote on 01/21/2020

Pretty Disappointing Minions is not a bad movie in the slightest and is not the disaster everyone says it is (The Emoji Movie is a trillion times worse, Trust me), However, Minions felt like a missed opportunity with a script that is pretty messy. The humor does hit most of the time, Though not as strong as the first two Despicable Me films, and the animation is great once again. Minions is at times fun, But wasn't as good as it should’ve been. Rating: Rotten

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Logan D. McCoy - wrote on 06/14/2019

The Minions are cute and funny characters, but they're too one-dimensional to save their own movie from thin and inconsistent writing.

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N/A - wrote on 03/07/2016

Minions, die Vorgeschichte von Despicable Me 1 und 2 hat mich völlig verrückt gemacht, weil mir das Prequel einfach keine einzige Minute der Ruhe liess! Gru ist dieses Mal weit und breit nicht zu finden, dafür rücken die Minions in den Vordergrund. Es gibt auch keine Pharrell Williams Songs, sondern einen bestimmt sündhaft teuren 60s Soundtrack... mehr auf

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not the worst just dont expect despicible me

chrisman26 - wrote on 11/24/2015

was very excited when i first heard about this movie i counted down the days till i got to see it and when the day finally came i was a little disapointed it just didnt have the same feel despicible me had it was missing something and u could tell it i missed the ladys of despicible me very dearly too it wasnt the same it was a good movie and will most likely watch it agin just not a classic like the two despicible mes are and it just seemed to drag on in some parts they didnt talk that was another issue kindof it got frusturating after some time the movie had its shining moments no doubt but it was just not enough to amaise me and my family felt the same way it was a cute little flick no doubt and if u love the minnions 'as i do ' then u will like it just dont expect to love it as …

Kalpesh Prajapati
Kalpesh Prajapati
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Kalpesh Prajapati - wrote on 07/23/2015

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Minions – Rating 8 out of 10

You have already seen these tiny little creatures in the movie Despicable Me.

However this movie is kind of a prequel to Despicable me from Minions’ point of view.

Do not miss the start of this movie at any cost. The first 5 minutes sets the tone of movie.

The journey of minions has been excellently shown for us to understand why they embark on a journey to find a Villainous boss.

What happens next is 90 mins of fast paced fun and cat and mouse chase between the minions and the super-villain.

The animation is outstanding and storyline up to the mark. There are no dull-scenes as the editing team seems to have done their job brilliantly.

Good thing about this movie is that you are …

Chris Kavan
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Minions: Little, Yellow, Different (In a Good Way)

Chris Kavan - wrote on 07/18/2015

Minions may be aimed at a younger crowd, but I still found plenty to enjoy in the escapades of everyone's favorite little, yellow chaos-causing Minions. Plus, considering most of the film is spoken in a wild mix of English, Spanish, Indonesian and straight-up gibberish, it's no small feat you can get an hour-and-a-half out of it and still feel like nothing was filler.

Minions starts off at the beginning - the way beginning - as we see single-cell Minions evolve into our pill-shaped friends we know and love. Their goal is simple - always follow the biggest, meanest most evil guy around... well, unless they happen to cause their untimely demise. Dinosaurs? Check. Neanderthals? Check Egypt? Check. Napoleon? Check. But eventually they finds themselves alone and bored - until one brave …

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