The secret life of pets, a movie review

A movie review: By Lee Sonogan

(2016) PG/1h27mins/Animation, Adventure, Comedy

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The Secret Life of Pets is a 3D computer buddy adventure comedy film staring Louis C.K as Max the dog. It is the highest grossing non-Disney original animated flim of all time. It made $767 million worldwide with a budget of $75 million. This movie is full of animal type references and humour. It’s done through¬†amusing scenes and jokes in the movie. Plus the animated movie looks as good as any Disney or Dreamworks movie.

Eric Stonestreet’s first animated film.Playing the dog Duke. The new dog at the house that Max strongly dislikes. The plot gets more rid ridiculous as snowball the bunny played by Kevin Hart meets the main two characters of the story. Telling you anymore would ruin the story. The only thing i will tell you is that Max and Duke get lost and they try to find their owner.

In conclusion, most of the jokes are over the top and childish. The humour in it clearly is for the kids and young adults. For the pure randomness in this movie, I give it a decent score. But overall, you will be mildly entertained. The trailer of this movie has most of the entertaining jokes in it.The song the white poodle was playing on the stereo after its owner had left was “Bounce” by System of a Down. Not the best movie, but worth a watch if you like Dreamworks and Disney animated.

5.3/10

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http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2709768/

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