Three new mini-movies from the creators of Despicable Me. Orientation Day: Three freshly cloned minions go through the wacky orientation process at the evil laboratories of Gru. Home ...
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Gru, one of the world's greatest villains and fathers, has invented a new weapon, the Minion Gun, a machine capable of turning ordinary humans into Minions. He has let his three daughters (... See full summary »
Three new mini-movies from the creators of Despicable Me. Orientation Day: Three freshly cloned minions go through the wacky orientation process at the evil laboratories of Gru. Home Makeover: The minions "assist" Edith, Margo & Agnes in a home makeover when they find out a social worker is going to pay them a visit. Watch the crazy antics ensue! Banana: A minion finds a banana in his lunch bag. To what lengths will the other minions go through to steal away that coveted yellow goodness? Written by
This is a collection of three short animated films about the minions who are up to mischief and havoc everywhere they go.
"Banana" is cute and fun to watch. Despite them uttering 'banana' and 'no' only, their simple minded actions and even their intentions are clearly portrayed. It is very funny to see them acting impulsively, with no consideration of the consequences of their action.
"Home Makeover" is quick paced and quite creative. How the home is so unsuitable for children is quite entertaining to watch. For example, there are axes, needles and even a coffin! The minions work hard to make the home warm and welcoming, and concealing the dangerous items like pros.
"Orientation Day" is not as entertaining as it could be, but fortunately the second half of the film showing the minion working in the laboratory is way more entertaining than the first half. I think this is the weakest short animation out of the three I watched.
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