#067 – Minions and Non-Family Entertainment

#067 – Minions and Non-Family Entertainment

On this episode of the Reel World Theology Podcast:

min001With all the success of Despicable Me and Despicable Me 2, it wasn’t inconceivable that the minions would get their own movie as well. They were lovable and loyal– and that goes a long way with animated features. But, as is the case, even with the best of intentions, some sidekicks should just stay sidekicks. While Minions promises high and delivers incredibly low, it does pave way for a great discussion about what we take our kids to see and why, but also how we engage with them after they see any entertainment, good or bad.


Download Episode 067 Here:
Reel World Theology #067 – Minions and Non-Family Entertainment
Reel World Theology on Stitcher


This weeks panel included Alexis Johnson and Josh Crabb.

Alexis Johnson (@phoenicianrises)
Reel Cathedral

Joshua Crabb (@HeyItsThatJosh)
RWT Contributor
13Past1 Blog

Podcast Notes and Links:

[youtube url=”https://youtu.be/Wfql_DoHRKc”]

Despicable Me on IMDB

Despicable Me 2 on IMDB

Minions on IMDB

Minions on Rotten Tomatoes

Minions Review at Reel World Theology

Minions Review at Christianity Today

Minions Review at Reel-Gospel

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