The Secret Life of Pets (3D)
What are the pets upto when no one is home?
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The Secret Life of Pets (3D)

English
FamilyComedyAnimation
06 Jul, 2016
1 hrs 26 mins
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For their fifth fully-animated feature-film collaboration, Illumination Entertainment and Universal Pictures present The Secret Life of Pets, a comedy about the lives our pets lead after we leave for work or school each day.
Verdict: A warm story about pets, filled with adventure and interesting characters. From the same guys that got us the highly adored `Despicable Me` series, comes another warm film, about pets. Illumination Entertainment has produced a film that one might wonder why wasn`t done before. Of course, all animated films have talking animals and the []... ...Read full review
If you`ve got a dog/cat/pigeon/rabbit/cockatoo/hamster/whatever, watching The Secret Life of Pets will make you go all sappy. If you`re not a pet owner, you may be compelled to give the next stray you come across, a warm pat. Or a hastily bought biscuit, at least. ...Read full review
Parents need to know that The Secret Life of Pets is a clever, engaging adventure about what our dogs, cats, birds, and other domesticated creatures get up to when we`re not around. In the movie`s case, it involves quite a bit of danger and peril: Main characters Max (voiced by Louis C.K.) and Duke (Eric Stonestreet) are frequently chased, sometimes on foot and sometimes in cars/vans/buses, which bang into things, crash, and catch on fire ...Read full review
Here`s something dog people and cat people can agree on: "The Secret Life of Pets" is hilarious, sweet and as fun for parents as the brats they take with them to the movies. ...Read full review
Created from the same animation film production company (Illumination Entertainment) that gave us Despicable Me, Pets is makes us privy to the adorable, mischievous and sprightly (in that order) activities of a bunch of animals whose owners are obviously and blissfully clueless about their shenanigans. Co-directors Chris and Yarrow introduce us to a slew of characters, well rendered and ranking high on the cuteness scale without coming across as saccharine sweet. In fact, it can easily be said that the best part about this fast-paced film is the quality of the animation. ...Read full review

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