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 (...
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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 ... See full summary »
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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 (Margo, Edith and Agnes) in charge of training some guests. However, because of a distraction in the middle of the training, the Minion-transformed riders, along with Gru and his daughters are forced to recover Agnes' one-year anniversary adoption gift for Gru in the depths of his own laboratory. Written by
Laura De Smet
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Until July 2nd, during the second preshow, the Minions' infrared goggles are opaque. From that date onwards, they are transparent. See more »
[during the ride; in the bomb transportation room]
[to the riders]
Minions! We gotta get you out of here!
[once the alarm stops blaring]
[Bombs come loose and drop, causing explosions in the area. Once the girls get startled by one of them, Margo loses control of the hovercraft, causing it to almost tip over]
[to the riders]
Minions, save Gru's present!
[the guests start to chase Agnes' present on giant gears]
[struggling as Margo carefully controls the present]
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"Minion Mayhem 3D" is basically a 13-minute short film that is a theme park attraction. It opened after the overwhelming success of the first 2Despicable Me" movie. I would say this is a good watch for fans of the film, but this is pretty much a given as why would anybody else go see that theme park attraction. First things first: The good thing about it is that they got the major voice actors from the film in here to voice their characters again. And there are some funny scenes, like when the Minions transform into elephant-like creatures for example. I thought overall this was a good watch. I believe the franchise has gotten a lot worse since it started, but this short film here shows no signs of decline really. No greatness either, but pretty solid overall. Thumbs up.
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