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Year of Release: 2016 | Type of the Movie: Animation | Size of the Movie: 1.3 GB | Quality: BRRip | Film Director: Chris Renaud and Yarrow Cheney | Lenght: 1h 27min | Language: English | Resolution: 720p
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A Jack Russell Terrier named Max lives in a Manhattan apartment together with his owner Katie. Katie adopts a substantial and shaggy dog in the pound, Duke, leaving Max envious due to her bigger focus. Enraged by the disposition towards him of Max, Duke strives to left Max in a alley, however they can be both attacked by means of a gang of alley cats directed by Sphynx cat Ozone. The cats remove both dogs' collars and leave Animal Control to catches them.
They may be saved with a bunny named Snowball, the leader of "The Flushed Pets" – a gang of sewer-living creatures who despise people because their owners left and mistreated them. After Duke and Max feign to despise people the Flushed Pets encourage them to join. Before they could demonstrate their devotion by letting a one-fanged viper to bite on them, Snowball learns in the cats that Duke and Max are domesticated. Both dogs board a ferry accidentally killing the viper in the procedure and escape the sewers; Snowball directs the Flushed Pets and vows to kill them.
Tiberius returns taking into telling what he understands about the dogs, Ozone, whom Gidget coerces after looking on town for Max. Gidget and Tiberius subsequently enlist a paralyzed old basset hound named Pops to start seeking Manhattan, Sweetpea, as well as Mel, Buddy, Chloe, guinea pig Norman. Snowball, who vows to kill them as well is encountered by the group, and Norman is caught as the rest of the team flees of Gidget.
In Brooklyn, raid a sausage factory and Duke and Max start to get together with each other. Duke tells Max about his previous owner, Fred, an aged man who loved to spend some time with him and embraced him as a pup. Max convinces him to see with Fred's house in a neighborhood that is closeby, convinced that he will be still loved by Fred. Resentful and furious, Duke accuses Max of trying to dispose of him and barks in the brand new homeowners, who simply go back to their "own" house, who call Animal Control. Max is caught by the handlers, but Duke intervenes and ends up being caught instead.
Critic Randa Phillips, rating 8/10, says -
I couldn't wait to view The Secret Life of Pets and I wasn't disappointed! I LOVED it! The Secret Life of Pets is an animated comedy that's both sincere and funny. It's of a dog named his new brother Duke, Max as well as their friends. One day Max comes up by having an idea which he hopes will get Duke. His idea backfires and causes Duke and Max to get caught and sent to the pound. Will Duke and Max get home? Will their friends help them get home and find them? The Secret Life of Pets is a funny cartoon about animals that are cute, but nevertheless, it could not appeal to younger audiences. You'll find a few scenes that may be too scary for little kids. I recommend The Secret Life of Pets for kids ages 5 to 15 as a result of scary scenes. Whenever they love animals and fun cartoons older audiences may like this movie. I rate this movie 5 out of 5 stars as it's entertaining and about my favorite subject... Animals!
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