There likely is at least one Minions language word you know and it is possible that this is something that unwittingly made you curious about the Despicable Me and Minions movies. Ironically, the gibberish and incoherent random use of foreign words appear to have successfully communicated with you through a clever marketing strategy.
Predictable but fun, this \"threequel\" is an amusing, kid-friendly mix of sibling interaction, '80s humor, and irresistibly silly minion jokes. The double dose of Carell -- one dark and bald (Gru), one with a head full of blond hair and a different accent (Dru) -- is hilarious, if formulaic. The twin material (they try to \"trade\" places for a dinner, fooling absolutely no one but remaining endearing all the same) is funny and easy for even the youngest audiences to understand. The subplot in which Lucy attempts to rise to the occasion as a mother is also quite sweet; watching her go into \"mama bear\" mode is one of the movie's highlights. And Pharrell Williams' score is enhanced by '80s hits from the likes of Michael Jackson, Madonna, and Nena, as well as one showstopping minionese version of Gilbert and Sullivan's \"I Am the Very Model of a Modern Major-General.\" 1e1e36bf2d