A round-the-world culinary adventure that’s like Secret Cinema, except about food rather than movies, with a Jules Verne vibe and a nostalgia for a time when the world was bigger than it is now.
Dude thinks calling me ugly somehow negates my review of Captain Marvel.
Candy-colored slapstick and kindergarten-level humor make this perfectly suitable for small children, and perfectly bland and inoffensive to the adults accompanying them. Somehow, I don’t think Dr. Seuss would entirely approve.
Charming. A cleverly constructed and amusingly rendered fantasy adventure that sings with a sweet, wistful devotion to home, family, and friendship.
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I have a terrible feeling of deja vu. I have a terrible feeling of deja vu. I have a terrible feeling of deja vu. I have a terrible feeling of deja vu.
Maleness: the default for characters worth telling stories about as far as Hollywood is concerned, even if they are little yellow blobs. [This post is not behind the paywall.]
I love the Minions and I thought they totally deserved their own movie. But I was wrong. Or, at least, this movie is not the movie they deserve.