Home (2015)

For starters, his voice is so distinct that it’s hard to separate the character from the actor. More problematic, though, is the fact that Oh feels like the cartoon-blob incarnation of Parsons’ well-known Big Bang Theory alter-ego, Sheldon Cooper. Like Sheldon, Oh can be grating, is clueless about human emotions and relationships, and (not surprisingly) …

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In small doses, as cute, globular supporting players in the Despicable Me films or shorts of their own, the Minions were entertaining. Watching their goofy, gibberishy antics for 90 minutes straight, though, becomes repetitive, tiresome and not nearly as fun as I’d hoped. In this set-in-1960s-England prequel, three Minions – Kevin (the tall one), Stuart …

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