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Minion the Rise of Gru’s Finale Decoded: Being Bad Is Better Together!

Warning: The following contains major spoilers for the film Minions: The Rise of Gru. In Minions: The Rise of Gru, Gru and the Minions unleash their villainy on moviegoers everywhere.

At the age of 11, Steve Carell’s Gru is determined to join the Vicious 6, a famed supervillain gang that recently removed its long-time commander, Wild Knuckles (Alan Arkin).  G

ru is a huge fan of his Minions (Pierre Coffin), the adorable minions that helped him build his first subterranean hideaway, test and improve his first weapons, and all-around support his beginner super-villainy efforts, but joining the Vicious 6 is something Gru thinks he needs to do on his own.

It isn’t long before the robbery of it all is brought to light in this comical animated action film. The Zodiac Stone has been seized by the Vicious 6, led by Belle Bottom (Taraji P. Henson). Gru steals the stone to prove a point during their interview, which goes significantly less well than Gru had hoped it would.

Even though he’s young, this group should give him a chance. Despite this, Little Gru has no plans to keep the stone for long. It is his goal to return it as quickly as possible, to demonstrate the Vicious 6 that he is a force to be reckoned with, but also a perfect match for their vile squad.

However, he does not realize that none other than Gru’s favorite supervillain, Wild Knuckles, is also searching for the stone. Alternatively, Otto, a new Minion in braces, may have exchanged the stone for a pet rock on his way back to Gru’s lair, which would explain his behavior.

Astonishingly, Gru is suddenly separated from the stone, taken hostage, and demanded as ransom by his idol. In order to save their mini-boss before time runs out, the Minions must return the stone. Or even before the Vicious 6 arrive in San Francisco. There’s a lot going on!

In the end, what happens? The movie’s finale comes after a whirlwind of action and plot twists and turns like a cheese-ray blast. To see that the Vicious 6 have completely demolished White Knuckles’ house after Gru and White Knuckles returned from a routine heist is to finally give up.

Minions Rise of Gru Ending Explained

White Knuckles refuses to listen to Gru’s pleas that the two of them should form their own team to compete with the Vicious 6. ‘It’s over,’ White Knuckles informs Gru. Gru must return to his apartment.

Gru spots Otto as he wanders the streets of San Francisco on a trolley at the point where he has lost all hope. In San Francisco, Otto has finally made it across the country, and he’s riding his bike through a parade in Chinatown, having the time of his life while wearing the Zodiac Stone.

Even though Gru has the stone and rehired his minions—and even though the Vicious 6 attack! They grasp the stone and unleash its powers, transforming themselves into magical creatures and wreaking mayhem.

The clock tower’s clock hands are tied to Gru’s wrists. Gru is getting closer and closer to being torn apart by the second. Now it’s up to White Knuckles and the Minions, who have all been transformed into less ferocious beasts owing to the stone, to get the stone back and free Gru.

Fortunately, Master Chow has taught Stuart, Kevin, and Bob a new set of Kung Fu moves (Michelle Yeoh). The Minions use their newly-acquired talents to unleash a furious counterattack! Otto manages to free Gru from the clock hands just in time before the clock hits the end of the world.

Unfortunately, Gru and the Minions use White Knuckles’ death by Belle Bottoms’ fiery breath to reclaim the Zodiac Stone. When the stone is in Gru’s hands, the Vicious 6 are instantly transformed into rats, which the good guys (who have subsequently appeared and shown to be of little assistance to anybody) transport to the local prison.

They also detain a wounded White Knuckes, much to Gru’s displeasure. Seeing his mentor and friend being taken away, Gru makes an unintentional commitment to the good guys: “I’ll be nice myself.”. Gru is encouraged to go for the stars by the good folks in a fun little Easter egg. Oh, my, is he going to!

Minions Rise of Gru Ending Explained

Newly rehired minions host a funeral for White Knuckles, who was tragically killed by Gru. White Knuckles appears just as Gru is about to express his gratitude to his newfound mentor. White Knuckles’ survival and independence are kept a secret by Gru as he finishes his speech.

On their journey out of town, they are pursued by Gru who wants to know how White Knuckles escaped from prison. In White Knuckles and the Minions, Gru has finally found his people, and he intends to keep them forever. As he’s come to realise, nothing can be accomplished on one’s own.

Dr. Nefario (Russell Brand), the lead scientist of the now-defunct Vicious 6, accepts Gru’s offer of employment after the story ends. Dr. Nefario agrees after some persuasion. Another easter egg is the ship that we finally recognize as Gru’s ship from the original Despicable Me. They all ride away in this ship.

When it all comes down to it, Minions: The Rise of Gru is about the importance of working together. Even if Gru is a particularly gifted villain, even the most brilliant of his schemes will fall flat if he doesn’t have the correct crew behind him. And fortunately for Gru, he’s always had the proper people on his side.

In spite of their flaws, the Minions have proven themselves worthy of a place in Gru’s team. Gru, the Minions, and Dr. Nefario may not be the Vicious Six or the dreadful twos, but they are a force to be reckoned with nonetheless.

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