"The Secret Life of Pets 2" continues the story of Max (voice of Patton Oswalt), Gidget (voice of Jenny Slate), Snowball (voice of Kevin Hart) and the rest of the gang as they take on new adventures and are pushed to find the courage to become their own heroes. Explore the emotional lives of our pets - the deep bond between them, the families that love them - and find out what your pets are really doing when you're not at home.
Pets more intelligent than owners?
- The Secret Life of Pets 2 review by NC
Once again a kids cartoon with more imagination and clever dialogue than most adult films. De Caprio et al eat your hearts out........but that prob in their next film?
Animation is getting so good now , paint missing off railings, weeds growing in odd natural places etc. Mass of light and colour raises the spirits on a bleak day.
One to take the kids to, plus granny!..........take everyone..............
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A Sequel That Doesn't Copy The Original
- The Secret Life of Pets 2 review by BG
The story branches out into three separate adventures taking place at the same time. Max Tiny Dog gets "coned", has to cope with a new baby boy his owner gave birth to, and goes on holiday at a farm where he meets a dog with dignity called Rooster, voiced by Harrison Ford. Snowball wants to be a Super Hero Bunny, rescuing a timid tiger cub from a cruel circus owner, resembling the dark one from Mad Magazine's 'Spy-vs-Spy' comic strip, who has a pack of wolves. Gidget learns how to be a cat to retreive Max's prized Bumble Bee squeaky ball from a hoard of other cats, owned by a deaf but cool Granny. All three adventures culminate in an exciting chase on a train, which I would have liked to see go on for a bit longer.