Minions (2015) Review
Not as enjoyable as the first two Despicable Me films but still has the fun and charms the Minions usually provides. Minions finally isn’t just a side show of the movie but the main attraction that the two Despicable Me films made them to be. Though it isn’t as heartfelt or as fun as those films, the wit and charms are still visible from start to finish.
Having your characters don’t talk in English or in any translatable language, it’s a challenge for the people behind the film to have conversation scenes. Though it was hard at times, it was also a way for them to make it funny and the Minions are way too cute to just take them seriously. Only a few heartfelt moments that isn’t as lasting as Gru being a dad in Despicable Me but the main attraction really here is how adorable and funny these Minions are both in the right and wrong way.
TO 3D OR NOT TO 3D?
TO 3D. Minions is obviously planned to have a 3D release from the start and that helped the filmmakers in visualizing how the 3D would be part of the film.
Minions is now showing in 2D, 3D and 3D/4Dx distributed by United International Pictures through Columbia Pictures.