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In a Manhattan apartment building, Max's life as a favorite pet is turned upside-down, when his owner brings home sloppy mongrel Duke. They must put their quarrels aside when they learn that adorable white bunny Snowball is building an army of lost pets determined to wreak revenge.Written by
Max is a Jack Russell terrier, Duke is a Newfoundland or Sheepdog mix, Gidget is a white Pomeranian, Mel is a Pug, Buddy is a dachshund, Chloe is a house cat, Sweet Pea is a budgerigar, Norman is a guinea pig, Pops is a basset hound, Tiberius is a red-tailed hawk, and Ozone is a hairless Sphinx cat. See more »
When Mel's owner is leaving, the front door is white and there is wall-to-wall blue carpeting on the floor. In the next scene, the wall-to-wall carpeting has gone and the front door is now blue. See more »
I've lived in this city all my life. I'm Max. And I'm the luckiest dog in New York because of her. That's Katie. Katie and I, well, we have the perfect relationship. We met a few years ago and, boy, let me tell ya', we got along right away. You know, it was one of those relationships where... where you just know.
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In a post-end credits, Pops says "All right! Party's over." See more »
You're My Best Friend
Written by John Deacon
Performed by Queen
Courtesy of Hollywood Records Inc. for U.S. and Canada
Courtesy of Island Records Limited
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"The Secret World of Pets"-Pure Entertainment with generous dose of love between animals and people. Great Movie.
You know a movie is good when it's over shortly after it began.
Well actually the movie was well over an hour and a half but I was drawn in from beginning to the last second. In fact, even at the last second I did not want the movie to end.
It's a simple story. A cute young dog, Max, finds himself stuck with a new housemate, Duke, a big lug of a dog that their owner brings home and expects they will get along.
Thus begins the saga to get rid of Duke while helping all the cast-aside pets of the world wreak revenge on the humans who left them.
The rest is just cute and includes Snowball the Bunny and lots of animals to include canaries, snakes, lizards and sneaky buzzards. Oh, and a real cute cat that acts .heh, just like a cat.
This is a movie for all ages. It's a movie to watch on a rainy day and a movie to watch over and over. The character voices include:
Louis C.K. ... Max (voice) Eric Stonestreet ... Duke (voice) Kevin Hart ... Snowball (voice) Jenny Slate ... Gidget (voice) Ellie Kemper ... Katie (voice) Albert Brooks ... Tiberius (voice) Lake Bell ... Chloe (voice) Dana Carvey ... Pops (voice) Hannibal Buress ... Buddy (voice) Bobby Moynihan ... Mel (voice)
There is no major moral to the movie except there is a human out there for every pet, there is even a human out there for pets who have lost their owners, which includes Duke.
There's action, laughs, shouts, screams and much fun.
See this movie, please. See it especially if you have pets.
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