Note: This Secret Life of Pets Review contains some huge spoilers for the movie.
The Secret Life of Pets Review – A Visually Good Movie With Forgettable Plot
New Adventurer & Fantasy movie The Secret Life of Pets poses the question that every pet owner has, What exactly do they do when we’re not around them? And the movie has the answer to it. So, now we have the fictional answer but it quite a bit actually.
The Secret Life of Pets is a family movie and according to it, the story focuses on a pet name Max, voiced by Louis C.K.
Max is owned by a young lady named Katie and the two are inseparable and shares a special bond, usually people do with their pets but things went a little wrong when Katie brings home a brother for Max named Duke (Eric Stonestreet).
Max didn’t want Duke to take his place in the home with Katie, so Max decides he needs to get rid of this Interloper but on the other side, Duke has no plans to return to the pound from which he came.
Then attempts by each to get rid of the other starts heating up and on one day they got lost without their collars which set animal control on their tails.
The two now must work together to get back home safely and here the movie shows its twists and there is one question left which is, What makes The Secret Life of Pets entertaining throughout the movie? And the answer is its cast of characters.
You’ll get to see each and every animal with different and unique abilities and fun and the sheer volume of the characters is massive in the film.
The Secret Life of Pets has humor but unfortunately all the good stuff belongs to Kevin Hart. Visual Effects and Animation is just to the point and it looks really interacting throughout the movie.
Visual Effects and Animation is just to the point and it looks really interacting throughout the movie. Despite being such a good movie, you won’t remember it for long as well as everything else you’ve seen.