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Max faces some major changes after his owner Katie gets married and now has a child. On a family trip to the countryside, Max meets a farm dog named Rooster, and both attempt to overcome his fears. Meanwhile, Gidget tries to rescue Max’s favorite toy from a cat-packed apartment, and Snowball sets on a mission to free a white tiger named Hu from a circus.
≫ Genres: Animation | Adventure | Comedy | Family
≫ Country: France | Japan | USA
≫ Language: English
≫ Release Date: 7 June 2019 (USA)
≫ Also Known As: The Secret Life of Pets 2
“The Secret Life of Pets 2” is a 2019 American 3D computer animated comedy film produced by Illumination, directed by Chris Renaud, co-directed by Jonathan del Val, and written by Brian Lynch. It is the sequel to The Secret Life of Pets (2016) and the second feature film in the franchise. The film features the voices of Patton Oswalt (who replaces Louis C.K.), Eric Stonestreet, Kevin Hart, Jenny Slate, Ellie Kemper, Tiffany Haddish, Lake Bell, Nick Kroll, Dana Carvey, Hannibal Buress, Bobby Moynihan, and Harrison Ford.
The film was theatrically released in the United States on June 7, 2019, by Universal Pictures. It received mixed reviews from critics and has grossed $194 million worldwide.
Sometime after the events of the first film, Max and Duke’s owner Katie marries and has a child, Liam. At first, Max feels uneasy by his presence but eventually grows an affinity to him. Thinking of how dangerous the outdoors could be for Liam, Max develops an itch and gets a dog cone as treatment. Max’s luck changes when Duke reveals that the family is taking a road trip outside of the city.
When Max and Duke’s family reaches a farm, Max feels unaccustomed to the farm’s ways, including the farm’s tough sheepdog, Rooster. After an incident with the farm’s sheep, Rooster takes Max out to find one of the missing sheep that ran away. Rooster’s teaching and encouragement to Max about acting unafraid prompts Max to successfully retrieve the missing sheep. Rooster allows Max to stay with him overnight as a result. Before departure, Rooster gives Max one of his handkerchiefs as a souvenir.
Earlier, before Max left, he had entrusted his favorite toy, Busy Bee, to his girlfriend, Gidget. Unfortunately, Gidget loses Busy Bee in a cat-infested apartment inhabited by a cat lady. After training received by Chloe on how to “be a cat”, she sneaks in and successfully retrieves Busy Bee. Unintentionally, she gets hailed as the “queen of cats” after a staged defeat of the “red dot”.
Meanwhile, Chloe and Snowball meet Daisy, who explains that she needs “Captain Snowball” Snowball’s superhero persona, to assist her with rescuing a white tiger named Hu. While on flight to the city, Daisy encountered him being held captive by the abusive Russian circus owner Sergei. Daisy and Snowball sneak in and find Hu. With much difficulty from Sergei’s black wolves, they free Hu from the circus; however, in the heat of the escape, Daisy accidentally drops her flower clip, which the wolves use to track her down.
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She and Snowball take him to Pops’ apartment. Pops reluctantly lets Hu stay for a night, but due to his destruction of the apartment afterwards, Hu is kicked out so they hide him in Max’s apartment. Around then, Max and Duke’s family returns from the trip. Sergei and his wolves track Daisy down and capture Hu. Daisy sees Sergei escaping in his train so Snowball, Max, and hamster Norman chase the train down while contacting Gidget for assistance. She and the cats take the cat lady’s car.
Snowball and Max defeat Sergei’s pet monkey and the wolves respectively, and free Daisy and Hu. Max, using his newfound bravery Rooster gave him, successfully infiltrates the train, where he and the rest of the animals kick Sergei off the train. Before the ringmaster could kill them, Gidget knocks him out with the cat lady’s car and offers the animals a ride back home. Life resumes normally, with Max’s family saying goodbye to Liam as he enters his first day of preschool.
In a mid-credits scene, Snowball creates a rap troupe, which only lasts a few moments before his owner Molly enters the room.
In the hilarious and wildly successful The Secret Life of Pets (2016), audiences laughed at Illumination Entertainment’s animated exploration of a simple, but perplexing question: what are our pets really doing when we’re not at home? Three years later, with the release of the sequel, “The Secret Life of Pets 2”, audiences are once again laughing at the hilarious, cuddly ensemble of New York apartment-dwelling critters that, when left to their own devices, somehow manage to create chaos out of calm, without their owners ever catching on.
A much more emotionally satisfying, less frenetic film than its predecessor, “The Secret Life of Pets 2” focuses on the unconditional love, and subsequent over-protective relationship, that develops between our hero, Max, a nervous terrier, and his kid, Liam, a dynamic that consumes our canine’s every waking thought. His furry “helicopter parent” role reversal anchors the film, setting up a satisfying and heartfelt resolution for both dog and kid that gives the film it’s considerable charm.
Helmed by returning director Chris Renaud, along with co-director Jonathan del Val, the film deftly hits important emotional beats… but at the same time, it’s funny. Extremely funny. A cast that includes Patton Oswald (taking over for Louis C.K.), returning stars Kevin Hart, Jenny Slate and Bobby Moynihan, as well as newcomers Tiffany Haddish, Nick Kroll and a resolute Harrison Ford, deliver solid, comedic performances all around. And while Hart’s standup career has nothing to fear from Ford, any film that casts Hans Solo as a dog gets the nod from me.
I recently spoke to the director about his return to the franchise for its second go round, including his thoughts on story development, directing challenges and casting Ford as the tough but humble farm dog, Rooster.
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I remember with my dog – I had an Irish Setter named Shammy when I was a kid – when toddlers would come around, she would get almost this look of resignation. And the kids would pet her kind of roughly. They didn’t mean to be mean or anything, but it’s just they didn’t know what they were doing. So, you always have to be very careful with kids and pets.
But I was always amazed that she would kind of submit to their over-loving, versus snap at them or be angry. That was part of what we were thinking about, this kind of unique relationship between humans and pets, especially kids.
So Max, with kids, starts out like, “I don’t want anything to do with that.” And then of course, his owner Katie ends up having a baby and his attitude completely changes. A little bit of Max’s story clearly can be compared to a parent’s story in a lot of ways. So, we felt a great direction to go in would be seeing the relationship between a kid and their pet blossom and develop into real love. We started with that idea and where we could take it — that felt like something we hadn’t really tapped into in the first film, that we could make something out of with the second.
So many children’s movies also cater to the parents that get dragged along, and the first The Secret Life of Pets straddled that line better, but this sequel is a simple, slapstick affair that kids will love, but adults less so — especially if they don’t actually have a pet.
Doggos Max (Patton Oswalt) and Duke (Eric Stonestreet) have settled in together when their owner Katie up-ends their lives by getting hitched and then pregnant. When baby Liam comes along, first it’s a horror movie for the furbabies, but when Liam starts to connect with Max, it’s love.
That’s when Max develops anxieties about keeping Liam safe in the big city, developing an obsessive scratching habit — it’s off to the vet, who slaps a cone of shame on him.
On a weekend away to visit an uncle on a farm, city dogs Max and Duke meet Rooster (Harrison Ford), a serious Welsh sheepdog, who commands all the sheep, the bullying cow and the wild fox. It’s a chance for Max to learn to be confident again.
“The Secret Life of Pets 2” works better as a series of vignettes or TV episodes than it does as a feature with a coherent narrative, but young kids aren’t going to care, happy to stare at the bright colours, wacky movements and adorably big-eyed pets.
That doesn’t make it a bad movie, but let’s be honest about what it is — a piece of entertainment for children which features the occasional relatable insight about being a pet owner. Yes, those single socks really do drive humans crazy.
And it remains impressive from an animation perspective, which really pops. For example, the level of detail on jack russell terrier Max’s nose — the grooves and the slight wetness — is rendered so convincingly.
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