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The kids clearly got fed up by its as well as they never put the movie on while most of the movies we got in disk that watch co ver and over again.
Where possible we buy the 3D version of movies. For this movie I would argue you should only see it in 3D given all the VR stuff. This one looks very crisp and immersing in 3D on our fairly high-end OLED screen with proper surround sound. Though I should say that with the action scenes at the start I got a whim of motion sickness, which I never get with my 3D glasses or PS4-VR set.
The set also includes a digital copy. Nice in a sense. But I get very frustrated by the fact that I now have to run 4 different apps from movie studios each filled with their own digital copy format; iTunes, Flixster/Ultraviolet, Googleplay ect. And so far there is no proper way to integrate my collections of digital copies. Moreover, most will require wifi, which is not always available when travelling. Until this is being addressed these digital copies remain a half-baked freebie in support of self-copies.
Immediately watched it as it was my day off. Loved the beginning but as I got through the movie it just lost my interest a bit. I love the Minions but I think there was just too much of them. For the Minions to be as funny as they are, they should only appear as background characters amongst the shenanigans of Gru and the girls, otherwise they become trite and a bit tedious.
Also, I thought I'd love Scarlet Overkill as a villain. Turns out, not so much. Definitely not on par to Gru. Sorry Sandra Bullock, you didn't cut it for me this time.
One other thing to mention...KING BOB! That was probably the highlight for me.
I did love the movie, I was just a little disappointed. It's not as good as The 2 Despicable movies but you still get a lot of good laughs from it
We bought the BluRay disc, rather than the DVD, and I feel it was worth the extra couple of quid. Can't comment on the extras, but the picture quality and sound are as good as any comparable film, and I am certain that the film will get played again.... and again.... and again.... and again.... etc. ;)
The film itself is mostly set in England, and for a change isn't composed of the nasty let's-have-a-go-at-the-British humour the Americans often come up with; this film laughs along with the British, not at us. This is probably due to the large European content of the production staff. Anyway, whatever the reason, as an Englishman I enjoyed the fun and gentle mickey-taking.
Yes, I now even have the T-shirt!