The Minion (1998)

R   |    |  Action, Fantasy, Horror


The Minion (1998) Poster

New York, Christmas Eve, 1999 - at the dawn of the new millennium - a subway construction crew unearths an eight hundred year old Celtic skeleton and a mysterious key. Archeologist Karen ... See full summary »


4/10
1,491

Photos

  • Dolph Lundgren in The Minion (1998)
  • Dolph Lundgren in The Minion (1998)
  • Françoise Robertson in The Minion (1998)
  • Françoise Robertson in The Minion (1998)
  • Dolph Lundgren in The Minion (1998)
  • Roc LaFortune in The Minion (1998)

See all photos

Get More From IMDb

For an enhanced browsing experience, get the IMDb app on your smartphone or tablet.

Get the IMDb app

Reviews & Commentary

Add a Review


User Reviews


26 October 2006 | fmarkland32
1
| Fallen from grace...
Dolph Lundgren stars as a templar who comes to New York when a key that unlocks the anti-Christ is found by an archaeologist, of course the demon is only a couple miles behind Dolph and isn't killed so easily as he transfers from body to body. (Like Fallen without the suspense) Of course Lundgren is out of his element and the movie is completely unwatchable. I admit to being a fan of Dolph Lundgren, like Steven Seagal and Jean-Claude Van Damme, I try to watch his movies whenever they're on TV. I caught The Minion and boy was I ever disappointed. This movie is utterly terrible. With action sequences so poorly staged and badly edited you can barely make coherent sense in the fight arena. Worst of all is Lundgren's woefully unconvincing perf as a tough guy priest (!) all of this made worse that the movie is such a rip off of Fallen (Which was good) and End Of Days (Which was bad but better than this) overall this movie is the worst movie I've seen from Dolph Lundgren. It literally has nothing to recommend it. It's awful and it's the lowest point in Lundgren's career. And I saw Cover-Up, The Last Warrior and Masters Of The Universe.

1/2* Out Of 4-(Awful)

Critic Reviews


'I Am Woman' Brings Helen Reddy's Story to Film

I Am Woman brings the life of singer and activist Helen Reddy to the big screen. Dave Karger talks with the cast and filmmaker at IMDb at Toronto, Presented by Intuit: QuickBooks.

Watch now

Around The Web

 | 

Powered by ZergNet

More To Explore

Search on Amazon.com