But the Minions are better at finding a master than at keeping one, and more often than not, they’re directly responsible for their own unemployment, whether that means bumping a T. rex into an open volcano or accidentally exposing Dracula to full daylight. As a direct result of the Minions’ unsolicited assistance, their early bosses suffer an unusually high fatality rate, whereas no Minions appear to have been harmed in the making of the film — a missed opportunity if ever there was.
After losing the battle of Waterloo for Napoleon, the Minions are sent into exile, where idea guy Kevin (slightly taller than the others, which might allow room for an extra brain cell or two) hatches the plan to leave their icy cave and seek out a new master. At least, that’s what it sounds like he’s proposing in his speech, though one can never be too sure when Minions are talking (nearly all of their dialogue is performed by Coffin himself). Asking for volunteers, Kevin enlists one-eyed, ukulele-toting Stuart and easily distractible Bob, an affable runt with different-colored irises. Together, they leave their tribe and set out to find a villain ambitious enough to require a support crew.
The Minions are those indispensable characters without which the movie looks like a body without soul. Minions are the cheery, jolly, wild and insane entities of Despicable me, that become the center of gravity for the fans. They are nothing less than cherry on cake in the movie. Their awesome scenes are so magnificent that would make us fall flat for this American 3D movie sequel again. Today I am unleashing Despicable me 2 Minions’ pictures, movie wallpapers and adorable . You would simply love this collection once you slog through the pictures downright. Scroll down to catch the thrill!
Hitchhiking to Florida, Kevin, Stuart and Bob catch a ride with a family of bank robbers named the Nelsons (the father is voiced by Michael Keaton, the mother by Allison Janney), getting a renewed taste for how great it feels to serve a human master. Turns out the Minions are constantly looking to upgrade, so upon arrival, they quickly ditch the Nelsons and go searching for the worst meanie they can find: Scarlet Overkill. With her rocket-powered red dress and crazy plans to steal the Queen of England’s crown, she’s flashy and just the right degree deranged, but there’s something off about the chemistry between Scarlet and her newfound assistants.
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