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What to Watch If You Love 'Minions'

Updated May 4, 2021 581 votes 96 voters 4.3k views21 items

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Looking for the best movies like Minions? From Hollywood classics to new films, this list of movies similar to Minions feature family-friendly comedy. Despicable Me and Happy Feet are great examples of movies that fans of Minions love. Get ready for funny adventures because you’re sure to be entertained by these hilarious kid movies. Or, if you’re more in the mood to binge watch, we’ve got you covered with cartoon TV shows like Minions. But which of these recommendations is the best next-watch for fans of Minions

Vote up the best movies and shows like Minions, so other fans know what to watch next. And thanks to streaming services, like Netflix, Hulu, HBO Max, Disney Plus, and Prime Video, you can start streaming these movies and shows right now.

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