The Secret Life of Pets


Action / Adventure / Animation / Comedy / Family

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 75%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 64%
IMDb Rating 6.5 10 142161


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Lake Bell as Chloe
Kevin Hart as Snowball
Ellie Kemper as Katie
Jenny Slate as Gidget
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1.3 GB
23.976 fps
1hr 27 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by info-12388 8 / 10

Pet Owners will definitely relate

Not a Great Classic by any stretch, but SECRET LIFE OF PETS is still a pretty awesome achievement, both from a story, design, and animation point of view. There are moments in the film when you wonder how the animators pulled off scenes of such dazzling complexity, such as the one on the Brooklyn Bridge towards the end - and speaking as a 3D artist, watching the hair dynamics pf the various characters was. at times, truly jaw dropping.

But the most fascinating aspect of this was how the film moves from how we see our pets to hoe they see the world. The writing is especially clever during these moments.

All in all, a film I will probably watch again, simply because so much happens that you cant take it all in in one viewing. And if you're a pet owner, the final montage (no spoilers) will grab you by the heart.

Reviewed by alanonhelps 10 / 10

One of the Best Animated Movies ever.

I watched this while getting well. I watched it over and over again. It is so lovely. Every character is fun to watch and the story really moves with delight. There is a lot of cartoon violence where one of the dogs is very physically violent so will need explaining if watching with little kids. But very much cartoon, not of this world violence. The love and friendship forged between Max and Duke and all their friends leaves you feeling ready for anything. Very satisfying.

Reviewed by Michael Ledo 10 / 10

We killed our owner with that blender thing

Max the dog loves his owner and waits by the door for her return. One day she bring home, Duke, a large shaggy dog. They don't hit it off and they end up lost in NYC with flushed angry anarchist pets hunting them lead by a bunny, as well as their friends looking for them.

I watched this in REAL 3D with my 3 grandnieces ages 11 and 12. We all loved it. They managed to capture the odd traits about pets that are funnier on the screen then in real life. My favorite was the cat who didn't care. The girls fell in love with Gidget and bought the stuffed animal.

The 3D effect had a number of scenes where it did some good, especially the snake scene. I would recommend seeing this twice over seeing "The BFG" once.

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