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The quiet life of a terrier named Max is upended when his owner takes in Duke, a stray whom Max instantly dislikes.
ActorsStarring: Louis C.K., Eric Stonestreet, Kevin Hart, Jenny Slate, Lake Bell, Bobby Moynihan, Albert Brooks, Ellie Kemper, Hannibal Buress, Dana Carvey, Steve Coogan, Tara Strong, Chris Renaud, Michael Beattie, Sandra Echeverría, Jaime Camil, Kiely Renaud, Bob Bergen, Jason Marsden, Jim Cummings, Mona Marshall, Brian T. Delaney, Laraine Newman, Bill Farmer, Jan Rabson, Jess Harnell, Ken Schretzmann, John Kassir, Danny Mann, Jim Ward, Tyler Werrin, Jan Josef Liefers, Jan Josef Liefers, Dietmar Bär, Fahri Yardım, Martina Hill, Stefanie Heinzmann, Jella Haase, Uwe Ochsenknecht, Frederick Lau, Florian Mundt, Mario Barth, Dieter Hallervorden, Ralf Richter, Josy Bernard
Critic Reviews About The Secret Life of Pets
The Secret Life of Pets is adequate animated entertainment, amusing while it lasts but not especially memorable except as a catalog of compromises and missed opportunities.
A. O. Scott
Funny and engaging, with an excellent voice cast, this animated animal adventure will entertain audiences of all ages, with perhaps an extra dollop of appeal for devoted pet owners.
Common Sense Media
I choked up a little. You will too. Another sucker found.
An affable adventure with a strong voice cast. What it lacks in originality, it claws back with strong visual gags and a witty script.
Occasional toilet humor doesn’t ruin this good-hearted, pro-pet flick, one that reminds us humans not to make hasty decisions or sidestep responsibilities.
The Secret Life of Pets isn’t a mold-breaker for animated movies, but it’s a consistently funny and inspired madcap romp nonetheless.
It’s kind of like Toy Story—or any of the other Pixar movies that follow the same formula—but with tattooed pigs instead of mutant toys.
Here’s something dog people and cat people can agree on: “The Secret Life of Pets” is hilarious, sweet and fun.
New York Daily News
Including a subplot involving animal control officers, the movie is once extended chase sequence, the existence of which is merely a pretext for a string of hit-or-miss jokes.