Wednesday, September 16, 2015

Looking for a Hero...I Mean a Villain....

In the Despicable Me prequel, Minions, the cute, lovable little Minions' origins were revealed, along with a number of their pre-Gru masters of evil. Now, the Minions aren't really evil, but they spent thousands of years believing their purpose was to served the worst of the worst. That got them into a lot of trouble--until they met Gru and he realized he wasn't so bad, either. But the movie got me thinking...what other despicable masters might the Minions have served over the years? Here are a few possibilities....


Cactus Jack Slade, the title character of The Villain. Cactus Jack was the human equivalent of Wile E. Coyote. None of his schemes ever really worked....


Yep, guys...you're probably right about that--about Cactus Jack, not each other!

Or how about Loki from Thor and The Avengers? He certainly could have used some help after that beatdown he got from the Hulk.... 





Yeah, guys...Loki could be a fun boss....

But what about Thanos? He's been one busy villain in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and he never seems to leave his seat. He must need a few thousand Minions to do his bidding....



 Yeah, he is pretty scary, for a dude who never seems to get off his butt....

How about Ultron? He can probably use somebody to carry his oil cans.




Didn't anybody tell you not to use matches? 

Ah...maybe, then, you could work for the ultimate baddie?


Uh, Donald...wrong finger. I think it's supposed to be the middle one.... 


Guys...maybe you should just work for yourselves....












12 comments:

  1. I think Thanos and Ultron would end up killing them! Loki might find them amusing.

    Maybe they'd do the world a favour and drive Trump so nuts he'd have that long overdue fatal stroke.

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    1. You should have seen what they did to the T-Rex, the Egyptian pharaoh, Dracula and Napoleon...thought Napoleon's men did chase them all the way to Antarctica, where they went into a self-imposed exile.

      The could prove Trump's undoing, though....

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  2. OOh going solo could make a radical departure for the minions! Funny. All of sudden there's no one to report back to and they can do anything they want! Heaven help us!

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    1. Do anything they want...now that's scary!

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    1. This is definitely not the first mess I've created....

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  4. I think the last of the possibilities sounds like a good plan :) whenever I see Donald Trump I wonder if he EVER looks in the mirror.. surely not, who would happily leave the house with a head like that :)

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    1. That he'd ever insult anyone else's appearance makes me think he can't see his own reflection!

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  5. I think I need to see this movie... I feel lost

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    1. The Minions are cute and funny, but you have to be a kid at heart to fully appreciate them. Emotionally, I'm about seven years old....

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  6. The little Minions were really looking for Jesus. They're so cute.

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    1. If they'd looked for Jesus from the start, they'd have been loved and stayed out of trouble!

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