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After being fired by the new boss of the Anti-Villain League, the pesky Minions are hoping that Gru will return to his despicable life of crime. Instead, he goes on holiday to Freedonia to meet his long-lost twin brother Dru for the first time. Desperately wanting to get in on Gru’s devious ways, the more handsome, successful and charming Dru devises a way for the pair to team up for one last act of super-villainy. But when former child star Baltazar Bratt arrives on the scene, obsessed with a character he played on television in the 1980s and now intent on taking revenge on the world, things get a bit more complicated. And with the Minions around, a whole lot more mischievous.
Mr Incredible and Elastigirl are forced to give up their superhero lives and settle down with their family, but as danger looms, old habits die hard.
5–14 years 111 mins
The Minions get their own movie in this globetrotting prequel, centred around their quest for a new super-villain master.
5–11 years 91 mins
A flea, accidentally made huge by a budding scientist, is loose in Paris where he takes refuge in a nightclub and his musical talent is discovered!
5–11 years 86 mins
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Also in cinemas are The Florida Project, Félicité, A Caribbean Dream and The Man with the Iron Heart, with anime Your Name leading this week's DVD releases.
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