The Secret Life of Pets

The Secret Life of Pets

The quiet life of a terrier named Max is upended when his owner takes in Duke, a stray whom Max instantly dislikes.

Max is a spoiled terrier who enjoys a comfortable life in a New York building until his owner adopts Duke, a giant and unruly canine, who Max instantly dislikes. However, they have to put their quarrels behind when they find out that adorable white bunny Snowball is building an army of lost pets determined to take revenge. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Mark K (br) wrote: Don't get me wrong it's a terrible movie, but I was mildly entertained.

Ash E (us) wrote: Dark Funny. Loved when Chris Rock is talking to the Obama cut out.

Will L (us) wrote: The action is spectacular, the effects are Oscar-worthy, and yet, the movie never seems to lose its focus on its main subject: the man BEHIND the mask, a somewhat Shakespearean-style hero with a troubled past, once again, played FLAWLESSLY by Mr. Robert Downey Jr.

Evan M (kr) wrote: I don't mind independent films with such wonderful stories and heartwarming tales. That's fine, but they have to have a reason or a meaning. Some movies like "Adam" have meaning, such as an asperger's kid who learned how to live like all the other mainstream citizens in the community. And others like "An Education" which basically tells the story of someone's personal life about getting into Oxford, have a great story but not a lot of meaning. I mean those movies with no meaning definitely won't win any Oscars, and that's what I'm basically going to describe "Here and There." Honestly, I didn't find one thing that meant something to me. I mean, it's not to say that it's a terrible movie, but an independent film has to have some idea on what the story is trying to say, and basically, "Here and There" fails to follow that capacity. "Here and There" tells the story of a guy who makes friends with another guy. His friend happens to have a girlfriend and he lies to him saying that he found someone special to meet. What the guy didn't know was that that special woman happened to be his friend's mother. I mean c'mon, this isn't really a story about love or romance, this is a story about lying and betrayal. And that's not something you want to put in an independent, heartwarming tale. I mean stories do have to have a point into what the message is trying to say. This ultimately fails by doing so. I actually went to an opening night screening where I get to meet some of the cast and crew members of this movie and that was a fun experience, but this movie didn't really have any appeal to me. Overall, I should suggest that you skip this movie entirely.

Benjamin F (de) wrote: With warm music and a comedic cast, this film is a winner.

Ryan V (us) wrote: Absolutely compelling film! Fabulous plot, story line, and great representation of the actual disaster within the emotional story.

Phillie E (au) wrote: No need for a plot or fleshed out character development in this unapologic 80's action flick.

Glenn L (es) wrote: It's excellent in large part because of Albert Finney. The guy's a pro. He's got one of those mugs that's all character and no prettiness or pretense. He never poses; he just sinks into whatever role and makes it look effortless. I've always loved the way he brings his stage craft to plot-oriented genre films.

Kit L (es) wrote: Man walking around with baby cart fending off ninja assassins...baby cart has sword and knife projectiles... what's not to like?

Harpreet S (au) wrote: Rating: 4 plus/5. This film is in my Top 9 now! Unbelievable! Parajanov's camera does not move, almost each shot is extraordinary! The movement of actors, the placing of each item is something words cannot describe. How can one make a film like this?

Ricardo A (it) wrote: Despite a solid cast and some good scenes, About Alex leaves a could have been better feeling.

William C (de) wrote: Rating-4.5/10Mr Bean's Holiday is a movie version(second of that) to the popular TV series of well, Bean. But of course as the title alludes to this is Mr Bean going on holiday and wins a prize to go to France, but when does anything go right for Mr Bean. Now this is surely a movie only some can enjoy and many not, it's the kind of plot that doesn't work but the film has it's moments of laughter and even slight heart so there is a lot to discuss.Now Mr Bean yet again gets into a little trouble, and his near stereotypical mental institution tendencies make him hard to see as a real person just walking about the street. Rowan Atkinson who is behind it all does play him well all in all though and he is one reason I give this rating a slight bit higher, the cast is full of names but it is Atkinson who out does them all, his brand of comedy really coming out for all to see.I wasn't so keen on the story of it all, I won't ruin it for anyone who hasn't seen it but it gets a little messy and the humour isn't exactly placed very well, the movie can have long droughts of no comedy and then many jokes all at once. I also wasn't over keen on the writing, Hamish McColl and Robin Driscoll don't bring much out, and with Bean hardly saying a word you could say I'm being unfair but some parts I just feel are not written well and seem too much like TV.I do however love the locations, this is one film that is absolutely beautiful to look at and really does make you want to go on that prize holiday too(just without the silly goings on). The film also boasts a particularly French and fine score, Howard Goodall makes this great to listen too as well, ascetically it is a fine piece of work, just maybe the plot needs a tune up. I felt this movie does need a touch from some of Atkinson's previous colleagues such as Richard Curtis maybe to come on, with Curtis creating Mr Bean and writing the previous movie, it would have given them a second chance to make Bean great again but on the big screen.I will add a more positive note though to all this rather negative wording I am using. I have great respect for Atkinson and Mr Bean, it is hard to go make a movie 10 years on from a mixed response movie and hope it be well reviewed(which this is not). I do think this is partly enjoyable though, let your inner child out and don't criticise too much and this can be absolutely hilarious, maybe not always for me but I expect some to fall in love with Mr Bean.Overall a comedy I wouldn't recommend but wouldn't completely shut down either, give it a go if this is your type of slapstick like humour and you may like it a lot. I think we have maybe seen the last of Bean on the cinema screen now forever, and unless they find a new person to be him, I don't see Rowan Atkinson coming in to do another one, would love to see one last go but I doubt it very much.