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Plot: When Margo, Agnes and Edith return from Badger Scout camp, three of the Minions are entranced by the girls’ merit badges. Their own attempt at scout camp results in attracting a bear, eating poison berries and eventually blowing up a dam, creating a massive flood. But, when they arrive back home, the girls share their badges, encouraging the rest of the Minions to try their hand at scouting.
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good Minions short
The Minions are entranced by the girls’ merit badges. They join the Badger Scouts to get badges of their own. It’s only a four minute short. It is very Minions with a montage of chaotic misadventures. It is short simple fun. The only thing missing is the girls joining the Minions at the scout gathering.
The newest chapter to the Despicable Me franchise is not a triumph
“Minions Scouts” is an American short film from 2019 and as you can see from the title already that this is another Minions movie, a pretty short one at slightly over 4 minutes and this already includes credits, so even horter. No surprise though because they made many of these films for about a decade now, many Minions short films I mean and as long as feature films are being made about these yellow creatures, the three girls and Gru, there will always be new short films. Gru is not in this one here by the ay, but the girls are briefly included early on and near the end, not the very last scene though, so not a perfect frame. The trio shows the Minions (those three that are always at the center of the action) the badges they received at scout camp and the Minions are immediately in awe and decide to go to scout camp themselves. They do so and things obviously do not go as expected as they create a great deal of chaos and tents not holding but collapsing are among the more harmless moments. There is also a bear involved and we see the animal at the end again, which surprised me because I would have expected a reference to omething funnier from early on. But the biggest catastrophe happens when the minions actually manage to break a gigantic dam and the entire camp is flooded. Right after you though they finally managed something that would give them a badge. The opposite is true. Success is followed by serious consequence. So in a pretty devastating state the Minions return home, back up there at the tree already and make it obvious to the girls that they did not succeed with anything. The girls are kind though and give the Minions one badge for each of them after they were jealous at each other when they only received one. Immediately afterwards we see why. It is a big status symbol for a Minion and all the other Minions are in awe now as the trio walks around like kings with their badges. Not a good idea. At least not for the camp instructor because now he has to deal with a hundred minions that also want badges. This was admittedly the only really funny moment this film had to offer and I wish the movie could have ended there simply, but instead they included the strange bear sequence I mentioned earlier already. So just like with the Minions, it also applies to this film. Whenever they did something right (and it sure wasn’t frequently the case), then they did something wrong immediately afterwards that made up for it in a negative sense. The first 3 minutes almost are also not too much to my liking. The comedy is more to the ways in which the Minions interact and how they are clumsy than about really creative writing and this got old really quickly already in the first Minions full feature film, so I believe you cannot really keep using it the exact same approach so many years later. A bit of my perception here is definitely subjective, also that I always like Gru more than the Minions and think they only work best when used as supporting characters, but not at the center of the story, but I cannot really see why people would totally adore this one. Unless they already are the biggest Minion fans on the planet before watching. I give it a thumbs-down and cannot say this makes me curious about the newest Minions movie that is going to come out in summer 2020, probably a sequel to the first, even if they are trying to trick us with the title apparently into thinking that this is as much about Gru as about the yellow ones. As for this short film here, it airs apparently before the new Sonic the Hedgehog movie and that one I am definitely more curious about, especially about Jim Carrey. Finally, this short film gets a thumbs-down from me and I find it especially surprising in a negative sense that they had two writers and two directors working on a film with this brief duration and the outcome is so underwhelming. Perfect example of a mini version of too many cooks spoiling the broth. My suggestion is you skip the watch. Thumbs down.
Original Language en
Runtime 4 min
Genre Animation, Short, Comedy, Family
Director Guy Bar’ely, Frank Baradat
Writer Evan Susser, Van Robichaux
Actors Miranda Cosgrove, Dana Gaier, Nev Scharrel, Pierre Coffin
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Aspect Ratio 1.85 : 1
Laboratory EFilm (digital intermediate)
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