Minions | Movie Review 11 Jul 2015   1025


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Star Cast: Pierre Coffin, Sandra Bullock, Jon Hamm, Michael Keaton, Allison Janney, Steve Coogan
Direction: Pierre Coffin, Kyle Balda
Duration: 1 hour 31 minutes

Critics Review/Rating

Times Of India (TOI):

Minions made their way into our hearts with the unabashedly hilarious Despicable Me in 2010. Five years on, these goggle-eyed yellow creatures take on the centre-stage in this origin-story flick with their gibberish blabber and their stock pratfall frolics to amuse us…
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Mid-Day:

Back when ‘Despicable Me’ came out, kids sort of enjoyed the movie, and adults sort of tolerated it. But there was something common between both camps – the Minions featured in the films were a laugh riot and everyone ended up falling in love with them…
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DNA:

The story begins in prehistoric times and by the end of it, kinda sets up the events that lead up to the universe of the Despicable Me films. Of course, you remember the yellow blobs in denims from those films! This one focuses on them in general and Kevin, Bob and Stuart in particular and their efforts in finding the evilest master to serve…
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NDTV Movies:

Minions, who? For the uninitiated, they are those ‘tiny, yellow-pill shaped, jabbering creatures’, who first made their appearance as the innocuously helpful henchmen to the dastardly, yet well meaning villain Gru (voiced by Steve Carell) in the Despicable Me franchise, which was released in 2010 and 2013 respectively…
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CNN IBN:

Few sidekicks in animated films have emerged as popular as the Minions. Those pill-shaped, goggle-wearing yellow critters were all the rage in the Despicable Me movies, and now they’ve got their own self-titled stand-alone adventure…
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The Indian Express:

There is an intrinsic problem with this film about creatures who exist just to serve. When it actually gets going, Minions finds it hard to hold down a thought, let alone a relationship…
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Rediff:

Minions could have been a better edited, better directed and a much better written film, says Paloma Sharma. Minions: Cute little capsule-shaped yellow things that speak gibberish and have an obsessive relationship with bananas…
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