Trailer Tuesday: Minions

Written by Logan J. Fowler & Marley Ghizzone

Trailer Tuesday

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Release Date: July 10th, 2015

Starring: Sandra Bullock, Jon Hamm, Michael Keaton, Steve Coogan

Director: Kyle Balda, Pierre Coffin (The Lorax and the Despicable Me movies, respectively)

Pre-Trailer Thoughts: The yellow pill shaped dudes from the Despicable Me movies get their own full length feature. Sometimes more of something is never a good thing, and while I do love the minions, I don’t know how I feel about a whole flick based around them. –LJF

Pre-Trailer Thoughts: Minions are one of the funniest parts of the Despicable Me films.However, I don’t know how it will translate to a full length film. I think the trailer is going to funny either way though because the length of a trailer is the perfect amount of time for minion shenanigans.-MG

Rate the trailer: 2 out of 5. This trailer is entertaining, and you can’t help but at least smile at it. I am nervous about this film, only because I don’t think the Minions can survive without Gru and his girls, or other Despicable Me default human characters. Hopefully, I’m wrong.-LJF

Rate the trailer: 2 out of 5. I chuckled a bit and the cast is pretty stacked with Sandra Bullock, Jon Hamm,and Michael Keaton but I have zero hope for the movie. The trailer didn’t have much of a purpose or even many laughs. I wish I saw it with my younger cousins because they would have loved it.-MG

Theater, Rent, No Thanks, Undecided? Rent (but maybe theater). I won’t skip out on Minions entirely. However, a theater viewing seems unlikely, but who knows? There may be enough of a drive to see the hysterical little dudes do their thing on the big screen. I guess I will have to wait to see everyone’s thoughts.-LJF

Theater, Rent, No Thanks, Undecided? Rent. I’m going to end up seeing this movie but only because I’ll be babysitting.-MG

Minions march into theaters July 10th, 2015

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