The Secret Life of Pets 2 (2019) - Animation, Adventure, Comedy

Hohum Score

8

Engaging

Continuing the story of Max and his pet friends, following their secret lives after their owners leave them for work or school each day.

IMDB: 6.6
Director: Chris Renaud
Stars: undefined, Patton Oswalt
Length: 86 Minutes
PG Rating: PG
Reviews: 15 out of 132 found boring (11.36%)

One-line Reviews (74)

Several scenes, including the cliff scene and the chase scenes, are pretty intense.

This movie was so unwatchable that maybe this is the beginning of the end of their bs.

The storyline was engaging, and the content was compelling.

The Max's storyline had the most potential but ended up being the weakest and boring.

This movie was so funny but boring at times and the plot wasn't very interesting.

While not entirely necessary, this sequel is pleasantly entertaining.

Watched this with teenage son had a few laughs and thoroughly enjoyable.

Many of the other characters are completely pointless, though.

Adorable but boring .

They're all so safe and predictable, and they even feel tacked on to pad the film.

For one thing, the movie is still predictable and pulled no surprises in terms of story presentation.

Being rather disappointed by the first part of this cartoon, I did find the second part absolutely fascinating.

It really felt like three different episodes or short films stitched together to make it feature length and you know what it wouldn't be so bad if it was at least entertaining to watch.

I found this movie to be more engaging and relatable than the original.

There is no storyline WHATSOEVER.

Nothing Happens .

As they bring CGI and other animation tactics to the table, the stories that follow have a big job of trying to make a film that is entertaining to all ages without dipping down one end over the other.

Overall, Secret Life Of Pets 2 was a funny and action packed movie for the whole family.

Let's get started:Movie: The Secret Life Of Pets 2 (2019)Directors: Chris Renaud, Jonathan del Val (co-director) Writer: Brian Lynch Stars: Patton Oswalt, Kevin Hart, Harrison Ford LIKES: Voice Acting Animation Comedy Pacing Adventurous Stories Emotional Moments DISLIKES: Predictable Short Run Time Not Quite Original More Impasses/Character Development Under Utilized CharactersPeople who like these may like this movie:Secret Life Of Pets 1 Sing Ferdinand Homeward Bound A Dog's PurposeSummary: Animated films often require good voice acting to bring the characters to life, and this series' cast succeeds in bringing the plot to full life.

Since this is a kid-targeted movie and all of the cute, fluffy characters are protected by plot armor, the moviegoer knows that they'll win no matter what happens (although this is definitely a characteristic of most movies, so you can interpret this as nitpicking) - even Gidget, Chloe, and their friends crashing a car into the villain at the end of the movie is predictable.

Intense and entertaining .

A funnier and entertaining improvement .

Totally worth watching!

This was brilliant for the 5, 9 & 10 year olds who saw it, they thoroughly enjoyed it and laughed.

It was a good movie and I enjoyed it.

Such a funny and enjoyable movie for all audiences!

Still, we left the theater satisfied.

Took the little ones to see this in their half term break, they enjoyed it so job done really.

Worth watching.

Funny and enjoyable .

The first one was really funny, this one they went for more boring/scary...

Admittedly entertaining, but lacking pretty much any value, The Secret Life of Pets 2 continues Illuminations trend of recent seemingly pointless sequels.

That one kept me and my grand niece on the edge of our seats.

I admit I giggled a couple times but omg it was so boring.

Very enjoyable .

I highly recommend it!

it was boring.

Ok, I might have foreseen some obvious twists (I cannot tell them here so as to avoid spoilers), but others came rather unexpected, which was something I liked the most.

Some mundane event is expected to be loved and laughed upon, and considering such childish philosophies as antic, they frankly have nothing to stand on.

A total complete waste of money to see this.

My husband fell asleep,I spent half of the movie on Facebook,my 6 y old was constantly asked me questions for school ,vacations,babies ...

It's still pretty damn funny and entertaining all the while having a little something to say.

Entertaining, but pointless sequel .

not quite what I wanted but it is close to what I want in a way, the Secret Life of Pets 2 is a surprisingly pretty good sequel to the first movie, slightly better and it has improved, not majorly, but it's still a improvement, it's still funny, the story has more meaning to it and it has two subplots that are fun and interesting, the animation is just as strong as the first movie, the new characters are fun, and some of the old characters are still funny and entertaining!

I sure wish these films were as entertaining as the Despicable Me franchise.

It felt like an enjoyable experience for younger moviegoers that keeps them quiet for an hour and a half.

Okay honestly, I went with my two daughters and expected to get bored and I think I enjoyed it more than they did!

Boring .

The first Secret Life of Pets was an enjoyable film.

Despite the movie being pretty "childish", there were several intense and entertaining action scenes, such as the scene where Max is forced to rescue a lamb from a cliff, and the fight on the train at the end.

My only issue(s) were that the plot was predictable and Max & Duke, while not intolerable, didn't leave much an impression for me.

Fun, Hilarious, and Exciting .

It's an entertaining, funny animated feature with a great cast of actors and actresses who keep the story going.

Most of the scenes are literally boring and they had a slight piece of entertainment in here.

In practice, however, the stories intertwine pretty well and does deliver an entertaining and intense climax in the third act.

I had no interest in watching this movie, since the trailer for The Secret Life of Pets 2 was dull.

It saw the comeback of the characters we loved from the first movie, and some exciting new characters too.

Really enjoyed it, amazing voice cast and a good fun story line

A big chunk of the story is completely pointless, but this is a movie aimed at children, and it's still fun, hilarious, and enjoyable to watch.

This movie was so boring that the KID (notice I said kid, not adult or teen or baby) next to me kept climbing on the chair and running around before his whole family left.

I'm not kidding) and with Rooster's help, Max's side is more meaningful, learning not to be scared and have faith in yourself, it's funny, cute and it makes the movie have a purpose, Snowball's plot is more action packed and exciting!

There's a few scenes that are very intense, and a couple that may be too thematically dark to be comfortable for young children.

There's plenty of laughs and fun hijinks, but it's all so empty and meaningless.

With all due respect to people's opinions, this movie was just so forgettable and at times, unwatchable.

But I found the movie disjointed.

Besides this, the movie was an epic bore.

I went into this movie wanting to love it, but I found myself finding it very uneventful and conveniently written.

I wouldn't say this is a family film, since I believe most parents will be bored out of their mind.

The Secret Life of Pets 2 is an exciting movie, to say the least.

Several times in the course of watching it, I wondered how much more enjoyable this concept would be as a streaming TV show or a miniseries.

The funny bits had already been shown on trailers the rest was disjointed.

Fell asleep .

It was predictable, all the laughs were in the trailers, and the plot structure itself was a wannabe Toy Story.

A very large chunk of The Secret Life of Pets 2 is pointless and dumb.