Minions: The rise of glue Benefit from low expectations.Arriving at the cinema just two weeks after Pixar’s attention-grabbing and frustrating new science fiction epic LightyearThe latest expansion of Illumination Entertainment’s most popular franchise doesn’t have to be groundbreaking, memorable, or particularly cheerful to make a splash. In the dry summer, shedding light on the blockbuster The rise of gurus — The fifth feature emphasizes the banana color (which happens to be their favorite fruit) on a chubby henchman that spouts gibberish, is indestructible. In that respect The rise of gurus I will work. It’s not a unique and wonderful movie, nor a pain in clenching your teeth. No problem at this point. It evaporates as soon as the end credits are rolled.
The rise of gurus It’s strange for two reasons.First of all, this is a movie about Minions on the surface, but from the weird couple leaders Stuart and Kevin to the kid-like Bob, they’re close to supporting players. Despicable Me 0.5, Their Supervillain Overlord Glue (Steve Carell screams as usual) takes the lead. Even stranger The rise of gurus Despite focusing primarily on the preteen version of Gru, who lived in the mid-1970s, the plot details are bubbling. This young glue is full of minions who have longed to serve their great evil boss throughout history. (For now, Gru is their “mini boss” and a phrase that gives him a lot of sadness.)
Minions desperately want to prove their value to selfish gurus, while gurus want to prove his Worth the legendary Vicious 6, a group of bad guys led by his favorite villain, the old hippie Wild Knuckles (Alan Arkin). Meanwhile, Wild Knuckles wants to return to the rest of Vicious 6. It is currently led by Belle Bottom (Taraji P. Henson). He lost him after stealing a powerful Chinese totem that imbues the wearer with the power of animals.given that Minions: The rise of glue Politely put together within 90 minutes. thing It’s a whirlwind at best, jumping from one hyperaction set piece to another, and in the worst case desperate.
Storytelling will be more purely episodic if either Kyle Balda or writer Matthew Vogel can bring a little breath to the film. ((((Anywhere at once Star Michelle Yeoh is completely wasted in the moonlight as a San Francisco acupuncturist as a kung fu master who helps Stuart, Kevin, and Bob learn some martial arts skills. )instead of, The rise of gurus This is to upset the balance of the usual bizarre and enthusiastic illuminations, chase, slapstick, pop culture references, and swift attempts to create melancholy and emotion in the visual dissonance.
The rise of gurus Often in the same scene, it’s acceptable and full of missed opportunities. Some of the adult references like the silhouette Gru and Minions opening credit sequences intended to evoke the old-fashioned James Bond credit scene are interesting just because they are so random. Still, the cast options aimed at appealing to adults, such as Jean-Claude Van Damme, Dolph Lundgren, Danny Trejo, and Lucy Lawless calling out to the remaining Vicious 6, go beyond the concept phase. Please do not. Wouldn’t it be interesting if JCVD played a man named Jean-Claude who sports lobster claws beyond explanation? Indeed, unless the character is only a small part of the conversation and there is no action in the movie, apart from randomly shaking its claws.in the meantime The rise of gurusThe fast pace of is fine, it moves so fast that none of the B plots disguised as A plots can stick to the viewer.
In all of this, lots of references and cameos are scattered in the background, leading to other entries in the Despicable Me series. Many miss it in a blink of an eye, but it’s probably enough to be inserted to soothe avid Minions fans. Creators aren’t stupid enough to get viewers to remember the details of previous movies in the series, but parents who have fully re-watched these movies with their kids are in-joke, such as Steve Coogan and Russell Brand. You can find a cameo. Dollar store version of the reward.
Minions (including a beginner named Otto, whose chatter cares even his redundant brothers) are more than enough to keep the movie running, but the two brightest spots are Karel and Arkin. Little Miss Sunshine Reunion. Arkin’s moody is fascinating, and Karel (his voice has probably been sweetened in post-production and now sounds childish) is a fun foil that anthropomorphizes Guru’s infinite energy.
At the last moment of Minions: The rise of glueA huge number of minions sing a garbled version of The Rolling Stones, “You can’t always get what you want.” It’s rare and unsatisfactory. Minions: The rise of glue Is a loyal brand deposit and a spin-off that actually gives us an idea of how a little kid with Boris Badenov style accents turned into a supervillain.As the song implies, the movie doesn’t give adults what we want, in it The rise of gurus It’s neither particularly interesting nor cheerful. It’s not what we really need. But in the summer movie season, with just a little picking, even if it’s a very quick fix, it will work in terms of providing a short balm from the outside heat.
Minions: The rise of glue It will open in the theater on July 1st.