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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. Written by Universal Pictures
Minions have existed since, well, existence, it seems. They live not to better themselves or improve the world around them but instead only to serve the most diabolically evil master they can find. And they’ve worked for some doozies: the Tyrannosaurus Rex, Dracula, and the Egyptian Pharaohs. But somehow, despite their singular goal of only furthering their master’s career in evil, they mess up and wind up killing their boss. The same thing nearly happens when they get behind Napoleon, but the diminutive French conquerer runs them off, forcing them into hiding. Decades pass. They do their best to entertain themselves, but they lack fulfillment. They’re not in a rut, they’re on the verge of losing everything, including their identity. In a desperate move to save their race, a Minion by the name of Kevin (voiced by Pierre Coffin), along with Stuart and Bob (both also voiced by Coffin), set out to find a new master to serve. Their long, arduous trek around the globe leads them to 1968 New York, which in turn leads them to a villain convention in Orlando where they meet, and eventually win the favor of, the world’s first female super villain, Scarlet Overkill (voiced by Sandra Bullock). They return to her home country of England where an epic power struggle, with the Minions in the middle, will decide the future of the nation, Overkill’s fate as a super villain, and the Minions’ very existence and future path.
Minions embarks on a fairly risky cinema journey, elevating secondary characters from the Despicable Me films — essentially gibberish-speaking comic relief sidekicks — to feature film heroes. The result is a steadily generic film, one with big, manufactured adventure and plenty of laughs but a fairly linear and, for a huge animated film, unimaginative story. The film plays on the origins story angle, looking at how the Minions came to be, where they’ve been, and how they will get to where they’re headed, but there’s a distinct lack of engaging drama at work. Here is a film that banks entirely on its colors and sounds and leaves behind any sort of meaningful companion subtext that defines the best movies that the digitally animated landscape has to offer, like Inside Out, and makes them a success beyond the external attributes. But that doesn’t mean Minions lacks focus. It just chooses to focus on the superficial, and it’s so superficially dazzling it’s sure to mesmerize the target demographic — very young children — with every scene. Even as it’s fairly hollow below the surface, the film proves charming and accessible and the characters memorably absurd, a testament to the creators who have made a successful, if not superficial, movie out of a trio of heroes whose actions speak louder than whatever bits of words they mutter.
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Trailer Film Minions