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Plot: The quiet life of a terrier named Max is upended when his owner takes in Duke, a stray whom Max instantly dislikes.
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**Street pets versus the house pets! A day adventure in a big city!**
Animation films always fascinate me, because of its varieties. Even animals can be the heroes and villains. So this kind of new story perspective, including technology, what makes adults too can enjoy them like the kids does. This is now in the list of top 50 highest grossing films of all time and top 10 of the year 2016. Moreover, it is the highest grossing non Disney and non Pixar animation film. This is a very enjoyable family flick that directed by the ‘Despicable Me’ famed filmmaker.
Kind of similar to ‘Bolt’, but totally a different experience. This story happens in just one day. It follows a young dog named Max, one day when his owner brings another pet dog, he thinks she does not love him anymore. So to keep his position safe in the house, he strikes a deal by blackmailing his new housemate, Duke. As a revenge act, when Duke tries to get him back, something goes wrong and they get stranded on the street. So getting back to home is their biggest challenge and it should be done before the sun sets. The rest is the Max and Duke’s a day adventure in the New York City.
I was not expecting a masterpiece, just the last week I saw one, ‘Finding Dory’. This is a good entertainer, that has some great names in the voice-over cast. Particularly you will love Kevin Hart like I did. But watch out for his impolite dialogues, if you are watching with your kids. Though there’s nothing seriously affecting, just a typical Kevin Hart, but awesome. A simple story, a simple adventure, but very likable characters and screen presentation.
From the pets’ perspective about during the daytime when their owners and the kids left for the work and school, respectively, how they make their day is what’s revealed in this. So the ‘Secret Life’ means, theirs secret get together and do whatever they want to. But an unexpected clash takes place between the two gangs, the house pets and the street pets. In so many ways, it was better than I anticipated. There are lots of untold stuffs, especially the Duke’s past which might be covered in the sequel which is officially announced now. So I’m waiting for the 2018 summer. Meanwhile, watch it if you haven’t yet, particularly if you like animation.
Meh. Funny. Acting was alright. I liked Kevin Hart as the rabbit. But it is definitely just for kids and the ending was very sudden.
The studios best film since Despicable Me
With the animation genre in such a golden age, more and more studios are starting to drop their name into the mix.
The latest one is Illumination Entertainment. After starting really well with Despicable Me, it has seemed to have made OK flicks such as Hop, The Lorax, Despicable Me 2 and Minions.
Now we have what many people are hyping as their best feature since Despicable Me, in the form The Secret Life Of Pets. The marketing has been pretty good and trailer suggests a good time at the cinema.
For me, I was pretty satisfied with what I saw. The first third of the film was its strongest part. It was introducing the characters well, there were some solid laughs and they were setting up the story nicely. However the longer the film went on, the slightly sillier it was getting. It was starting to lose its feet, and the gags were getting a bit too much. Thankfully, it was not that bad at all on the whole. It was still moving a long nicely, the characters were being solidly developed and the story rounded off pretty well. I think it might have peaked too soon and everything else felt inferior.
The voice performances were good. Jenny Slate continues to do well in her voice work and I felt she gave the strongest performance. Kevin Hart played his character really well, and had some nice laughs. Louis C.K. was well cast as the lead and gave us a character you could root for. The rest did their job well. They were not good enough to be memorable, but not bad enough to be negatively criticised.
On the technical side, the animation looked really nice and fitted the tone well. The action was entertaining if not a bit over the top at times. The character designs were strong, and I can see them being sold well as merchandise.
Overall, some of it felt disappointing. But on the whole I had a fairly good time watching this. It is definitely the studio’s best film since Despicable Me. But with so many other animation studios delivering much stronger films at the moment, this could be forgotten sooner than you think. This might not do as well in the box office as originally expected. Especially a new Pixar film on the way.
There is also a short before the main film, and it features the studios most famous characters. It was o.k. But nowhere near as strong as Pixar’s shorts.
An instant classic
Just saw this hilarious, heartwarming and inspiring movie with my grandchildren. The jam- packed theater was literally rocking with the joyous giggles and laughter of the children. However, at times, the kids’ delighted outbursts were overwhelmed by the raucous guffaws of adults appreciating the keen, sophisticated sense of humor of the director. As a native New Yorker, I was especially impressed that an animated film could truly capture the essence and heart of our wonderful city. I wasastinished to see so many people leaving the theater getting right back on line to purchase tickets for future performances; as dozens of people had been turned away from this showing and those for the remainder of the weekend . This is a wholesome, must-see movie for pet lovers and children of all ages! Don’t miss it!
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 27 min (87 min)
Genre Animation, Adventure, Comedy, Family
Director Chris Renaud, Yarrow Cheney(co-director)
Writer Cinco Paul, Ken Daurio, Brian Lynch
Actors Louis C.K., Eric Stonestreet, Kevin Hart, Jenny Slate
Country USA, France, Japan
Awards 4 wins & 15 nominations.
Production Company Chris Meledandri
Sound Mix Dolby Digital, SDDS, Auro 11.1, Dolby Atmos, DTS (DTS: X), 12-Track Digital Sound, Dolby, Dolby Surround 7.1
Aspect Ratio 1.85 : 1
Laboratory EFILM Digital Laboratories, Hollywood (CA), USA (digital intermediate)
Film Length (5 reels)
Negative Format Digital
Cinematographic Process Digital 3-D (source format), Digital Intermediate (2K) (master format), Dolby Vision
Printed Film Format 35 mm (spherical) (Kodak Vision 2383), D-Cinema (also 3-D version)