a new attraction, very yellow
but not very mellow.
bringing the two-dimensional world
of the film into the three-dimensional lives
of theme park guests.
and 33 minions.
and a suit of armor,
wilted flowers spouting from its torso—
with minion recruitment posters,
and a recap of the film.
who minion-izes folks.
bumps, and surprises.
The ride ends in a celebration;
folks dance with costumed-character minions
as a disco ball spins.
One of the great things about being a parent (or grand-parent) of young children is you have an excuse to see the movies made for kids. There are no young children in my life right now, so I don’t get to see these movies much anymore. Or, for that matter, go to theme parks and ride the rides that little kids ride.