Atom User Reviews for The Secret Life of Pets
Kevin Hart killed Snowball's part❄️🐇
my 18 month old son loves it!
It was a little violent
Good movie for sure
liked the characters, especially the psycho rabbit!
Not as good as I had hoped but had its funny moments
Only if you own a pet would you understand!
Didnt like it sorry
that sausage scene ruined it for me.
I never received my tickets
Not what I expected from the ads.
Just toy story again
Funny, and strange at the same time....
It was alright
Great for kids, but pretty standard fare despite a great cast.
It's was alright fun movie for kids and family
Great plot!I am 29 and really enjoyed it.
Cute pretty funny
This was funny even though my parents said it was boring. It's a kids movie, what do you expect from it? Lol but we both really like it.
Holes in the story throughout. not very well thought out.
i loved it so much
Great movie for pet owners.
Pretty accurate of a cats behavior lol
It had all the promise of Zootopia, with none of the delivery. A predictable plot with forgettable characters.
was a really cute movie I recommend this movie for everyone.
SOOOO CUTE YOU FALL IN LOVE W EVERYONE!!
loved it,it was so adorable
As excited as I was going into this movie I felt a little underwhelmed leaving the theatre.
Super cute movie! 😊
Great for the whole family! Thumbs up Dreamworks!
i loved it.
it's not original, but it's hilarious!
Great for parents, kids, and everyone in between!
Thank you guys this app is awesome and very helpful
Cutest movie ever <3 I can watch this movie over and over. I love the moral of the story. makes you appreciate your pets more
Coulndt stop laughing !!
it was a great and cute movie!
legit fell asleep
Started off a little sketchy but it really came together at the end. Family loved the movie.
The psycho rabbit was the best!
awesome movie. makes you wonder what our pets do when we're gone
Pet lovers or not, you will enjoy
The redeeming qualities of this film lied within its trailer.
It might not be remembered in years to come, but it’s good family entertainment, and sometimes that’s enough.
The latest film from Chris Renaud (Despicable Me) and his team is a madcap caper full of densely-packed sight gags, dizzying action set pieces and a healthy side-helping of Renaud trademark silliness.
Like the professional dogwalker who can’t exactly keep count of Max and his cohorts, it feels like the filmmakers are juggling too many chatty creatures at once, while trying to maintain a plot that tends to grow more outlandish as the story progresses.