The reaction it's been getting so far has been the most mixed response I've ever gotten on anything I've ever made before; there's plenty of people commenting on the fact that they think many of the impressions were "spot-on", while there's a good chunk of people who just want the video to go down to the fiery depths of Hell. I've really thought about this for a while and tried to figure out what's going on here, and what it is exactly that's making certain people hate the video so much.
I wonder if people thought I was trying to be this professional actor who knew what he was doing and was trying to impress everyone, and when they got a video of just some random guy trying to plow through every minion's voice in the game (which was the point of the video, I felt), they found it laughable that so many of the voices were off. Not that I really care, but it's just silly to me that these people are getting boners over the fact that this one guy can't pin-point the exact voice of every single minion (including the females... seriously?) in the entire game. I tried explaining it in the description and a pinned comment on the video, but people tend to not read stuff, I guess.
Either way, it's nice how the video's popping up in various places on that dreaded site, because, remember: any publicity is good publicity. :)