- 1hr 26m
- 1hr 26m
In this sequel to Illumination Entertainment's smash hit, we revisit the world of Jack Russell terrier, Max, and the rest of his furry friends as they get into even more trouble.More Details »
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What do our pets do when we leave the house every day? Minions creators Illumination Entertainment revealed the truth in The Secret Life of Pets. The original film introduced the Jack Russell terrier Max (Patton Oswalt) and the other animals in his neighborhood, like the shaggy Duke (Eric Stonestreet); the irascible rabbit Snowball (Kevin Hart); and the refined Pomeranian Gidget (Jenny Slate). Now we go back into their world to meet new characters voiced by Tiffany Haddish, Nick Kroll, Pete Holmes, and — in his animated debut — Harrison Ford.
- Patton Oswalt
- Kevin Hart
- Harrison Ford
- Eric Stonestreet
- Jenny Slate
- Tiffany Haddish
- Lake Bell
- Dana Carvey
- Bobby Moynihan
- Hannibal Buress
Did You Know?
- Illumination's 10th feature film.
- Katie and Chuck's SUV has the same license plate (HQO6874) as the circus truck.
- [very last line; when the closing credits scroll is ending]
- Rooster: Okay. Moment's over.
Atom User Reviews
The movie was all over the place so much that it seemed like two movies in one ! My 9 year old was bored and so was I! I only gave it two stars based off the music video in the credits that was the best part
Super cute and beyond funny! I loved it as much as my daughter!
Like the first film, The Secret Life of Pets 2 is at its best when it concentrates on the unconditional love offered by mankind’s best friends, or gently mocks familiar situations.
The writing as well as the sprightly character animation captures the spirit of these creatures at their absolute best and hilarious worst in a way every dog owner can recognize and relate to. When the film sticks to that, it works.
It isn’t that the sequel, directed by the returning Chris Renaud and again boosted by an energetic voice cast, doesn’t deliver on the genially amusing, if disposable, fluff — it’s just that the shtick-heavy storytelling proves even more undernourished than it was for the first outing.
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