The toys are mistakenly delivered to a day-care center instead of the attic right before Andy leaves for college, and it's up to Woody to convince the other toys that they weren't abandoned and to return home.
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.Written by
The white tiger's name, Hu, shares the same pronunciation with tiger in Mandarin Chinese. See more »
Katie and Chuck's SUV has the same license plate (HQO6874) as the circus truck. See more »
[from the trailer]
[on seeing Liam copying Duke and Max cocking their legs against a tree]
Oh... no... no... no... This way buddy
[defiantly as he is scooped up in the air]
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This is the first variant to not feature Bob since Minions. A ball bounces above the Illumination logo. Then a group of dogs being leashed by a minion runs to it and plays with it. The minion anxiously looks at the audience until the ball bounces off, causing the dogs to run at it while the minion shouts out "ILLUMINATION!" until they're off-screen. See more »
EMPIRE STATE OF MIND
Written by Jay Z (as Shawn Carter), Alicia Keys (as Alicia Augello-Cook), Angela Hunte, Bert Keyes, Sylvia Robinson, Janet Sewell (as Jane't Sewell), Al Shux (as Alexander Shuckburgh)
Performed by Jay Z featuring Alicia Keys
Courtesy of S. Carter Enterprises, LLC/Roc Nation Records under license from Universal Music Enterprises
Alicia Keys appears courtesy of RCA Records by arrangement with Sony Music Entertainment
Contains the sample "Love on a Two-Way Street" performed by The Moments, courtesy of Rhino Entertainment Company, by arrangement with Warner Music Group Film & TV Licensing
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Part two of The Secret Life of Pets tracks three separate stories that are loosely tied together. There's Max (Patton Oswalt) who needs to overcome his irrational fear of everything. There's Snowball (Kevin Hart) who fancies himself a superhero of sorts and goes on a mission. And there's Gidget (Jenny Slate) who has to infiltrate a hoard of cats to retrieve a toy.
The three separate story lines offered variety for the otherwise weary viewer. I thought the movie was adequate, nothing special. All of the main characters are comedians and I think they gave the script as much of a humorous vibe as they could. There were precious few laughs, even from my nine-year-old. Still, we left the theater satisfied.
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