Have you ever wondered what your pets get up to when you go to work for the day?
From the human creators of Despicable Me comes a tale about our loveable pets and the daily mischief that occurs while pet owners go out to work on a daily basis.
Loveable terrier dog “Max” has the perfect life at home with his owner, sharing all moments of life since being discovered at a young age. Max was living a great life!
Until… one day Max’s owner returns home. She has a surprise for Max and decides to take in a new stray dog named “Duke”.
Max instantly dislikes Duke…
The biggest strength of a film like this is not just the pretty colours or the random quick witty humour but in fact, it’s the film’s wild variety of characters/pets.
At some point in our lives, we all have personally owned or cared for a pet. The film-related well to its audience as the characters quirks are spot on. For example, Chloe the cat is a snobby character who pushes away her food bowl & has very little care factor for her surroundings. If you ever owned a cat, I’m sure you can relate. (Because Cats ? Are Evil!)
The film plots is enjoyable but the biggest challenge for me was trying to not think about previous cartoons that I had seen that have done the same plot all before. Even some of the characters felt familiar even from the world of Disney or Dreamworks (of course if you’re a young child, the factor of this problem is simply 0).
Secret Of Life Of Pets is highly recommended for “most” families as I know your children (and some adults) will enjoy.
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Review Written by Peter Walkden