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HOLMES & WATSON Solve a Mystery on Bluray

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Jeri Jacquin

Coming to Bluray/DVD and Digital from writer/director Ethan Cohen and Sony Pictures Home Entertainment brings together HOLMES & WATSON.

In the year 1881, Sherlock Holmes (Will Ferrell) and Dr. Watson (John C. Reilly) becomes friends from childhood to adulthood. Working on the criminal trial of nemesis Professor James Moriarty (Ralph Fiennes), Holmes believes that the man on trial is a doppelganger. Inspector Lestrade (Rob Brydon) isn’t happy when the fake Moriarty is set free.

But Holmes and Watson can’t stand around and babble about it because they need to go to Buckingham Palace where a party given by Queen Victoria (Pam Ferris) is happening. The two men lock eyes with Dr. Grace Hart (Rebecca Hall) and her companion Millie (Lauren Lapkus) but that is interrupted by a body falling out of the Queen’s cake. Adding to that a threat on the Queen’s life has the Big Ben ticking down.

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Now Watson works with Dr. Hart on the autopsy while Holmes stays outside with Millie – all four are having unusual feelings towards each other. Snapping back quickly, Holmes realizes that he must go to his brother Mycroft (Hugh Laurie) to get a little help and is told that he should look at someone close to him.

Trusting his brother leads Holmes to make a major mistake that he needs to correct because the pieces have fallen into place and there is no way Holmes will finish the case without his best friend Dr. Watson.

Ferrell as Sherlock Holmes is totally ridiculous yet he lands his lines in such a way that I had to think about what he was saying. His thought process is fast paced and has math in a way which is not my strong suit! That being said, only Ferrell could bring such a twistedness to a beloved icon of mystery solving. It also shows that Ferrell sees humor in the sense that no one is safe!

Reilly as Dr. Watson is really a twisted character who has an unusual and emotional heaviness towards Holmes and the Queen. That being said, the minute he walks in to take a selfie with her majesty, mayhem ensues and I couldn’t imagine any other two actors that could pull it off.

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Hall as Dr. Hart has a GHOST moment with Reilly’s Dr. Watson that was so comically disturbing that I can’t imagine they did it in one take. I personally would have cracked up repeatedly. Her character is strong and deals with the men trying to handle the fact that she is a doctor.

Fiennes as Moriarty is just as bad as he wants to be. I love Fiennes so whether the character he plays is good, bad or indifferent – I’m all in. Lapkus as Millie will never, ever, ever make me forget why I don’t like onions. She is a straight faced character that I basically waited every time she was on screen for her to crack. Well done young lady, well done.

Ferris as Queen Victoria brings a presence that I thought was so cool. She carried herself with the grace of a Queen but took the slapstick and made it her own.

Other cast includes Steve Coogan as Gustav Klinger, Hugh Laurie as Mycroft Holmes, Bella Ramsey as Flotsam, Scarlet Grace as Pickle, Noah Jupe as Doxy, Braun Strowman as Brawn and Kelly Macdonald as Rose Hudson. Look out for a familiar Billy Zane that made me laugh.

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The Bluray Exclusives include Line-O-Rama: Laugh Out Loud Outtakes with the Cast, Deleted & Extended Scenes, Will & John: Together Again, Seriously Absurd: A Look a the Cast, and Mrs. Hudson’s Men: Exclusive Testimonials with Mrs. Hudson’s Suitors.

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FINAL WORD: HOLMES & WATSON is a comedy that only Ferrell and Reilly could pull off. It is nice to see them together again as they seem to have a comedy chemistry. Starting off with TALLEDEGA NIGHTS: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby to STEP-BROTHERS, it is clear that these two men enjoy bringing laughs to fans.

There is a lot of adult humor, slapstick, twists, turns and silliness that make HOLMES & WATSON everything that these two actors do together. I can’t imagine there wasn’t a fun day on the set with these two. I will admit there were moments where I had to rewind things in my head as the story does twist a lot so be ready for that or just don’t and laugh.

In the end – they are weapons of mass deduction!

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DESPICABLE ME 3 Expands the Family Fun on Bluray!

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Jeri Jacquin

Get the family together because they family is back on Bluray & DVD from directors Eric Guillon, Kyle Balda and Pierre Cofflin along with Illumination Entertainment and Universal Pictures Home Entertainment with DESPICABLE ME 3.

Gru (Steve Carell) and Lucy (Kristen Wiig) are on their next mission for the Anti-Villain League going after Balthazar Bratt (Trey Parker), a once child star who took his role into adulthood. With his keytair and 80’s dance moves, Bratt gets away with a diamond as large as his head!

Returning to the AVL headquarters, Silas Ramsbottom (Steve Coogan) announces that he will be stepping down. Taking his job is Valerie Da Vinci (Jenny Slate) and her first move is to fire Gru. Lucy threatens to walk if she follows through with the firing and now both are out of a job. The Minions aren’t happy when Gru refuses to return to villainy and stage a walk out.

Going home to explain it all to Margo (Miranda Cosgrove), Edith (Dana Gaier) and Agnes (Nev Scharrel), the parents assure the girls it will all work out. That’s when a stranger shows up and announces that Gru has a twin brother names Dru (also voiced by Steve Carell). Not believing it Gru forces his Mom (Julie Andrews) and he learns the truth about his family.

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Packing the family up, they fly to Dru’s luxurious estate and Gru learns more about who his father was. He also learns that Dru wants to be villainous and it’s Gru’s chance to capture Bratt while Lucy works on her Mom-skills. Bratt isn’t about to make anything easy as he has plans for tinsel town.

In their efforts to strengthen their family, Gru, Lucy and Dru along with the girls learn that love of family is amazing and there is no bad guy big enough to break them apart!

Recently at CinemaCon, Steve Carell spoke about his iconic work as Gru saying the DESPICABLE ME franchise is filled with “characters that are funny for adults as well as kids and that’s what has made it all successful”. How did the voice of Gru come to be? Carell says, “I tried voices on my daughter and when I did the voice of Gru they told me that was the one. Gru’s voice was like I flew over Eastern Europe and Dru’s voice had to be different. It had to be very fun, free and giddy in a way”.

Wiig as Lucy is trying her best to be a good Mom and it takes being herself to let everyone know that no one messes with Mama Bear! I just think the character of Lucy is crazy cool. Cosgrove, Gaier and Scharrel as Margo, Edith and Agnes are just girls growing up in a different household that is filled with unexpected adventure and they roll with it.

Parker as Bratt had me cracking up! His shoulder pads, keytar and dance moves along with a balding mullet and bubblegum means he isn’t about to let Gru, Dru, Lucy or anyone else stop him from a little Hollywood payback.

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Universal Studios Home Entertainment has just added an amazing film to their library and making it available for us all to experience and re-experience in our own home theatres. There are films of every genre available from scary to drama to family films. For more of what they have to offer please visit www.uphe.com.

The Bluray & DVD also includes the Bonus Features Deleted Scenes, Minion Moments, Character Profiles, The Making of Despicable Me 3, Developing Dru, The AVL Files, Freedonia Visitors Guide, Despicable Me TV, “Doowit” Sing-Along, “Yellow Light” Music Video and the All New Mini Movie: The Secret Life of Kyle.

DESPICABLE ME 3 is going to give families over and over again everything they have come to love about Gru, the girls and even the minions. This may not be the average family but it sure is one filled with love, excitement, understanding and fun. One would have thought that completed the family.

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Of course not, Illumination expands their family with Dru and a unicorn, well of sorts, which means a double dose of excitement. There are the usual jokes with the minions trying to be jail house rockers but they know where they truly belong. The animation is strong, vibrant and has such creativity that I am always surprised yet not surprised.

Gru and Dru have found one another which means Lucy and the girls have their hands full. That doesn’t have to be a bad thing but if Illumination wants one more story line I have a few ideas that I wouldn’t mind sharing!

So gather up your own minions, fill up the popcorn bowl and cuddle on the sofa with holiday family fun of the family kind with DESPICABLE ME 3.

In the end – ohhhhhhhh brother it’s good to be bad!

DESPICABLE ME 3 Expands the Family Fun!

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Jeri Jacquin

Get the family together because coming to theatres this Friday from directors Eric Guillon, Kyle Balda and Pierre Cofflin along with Illumination Entertainment is DESPICABLE ME 3.

Gru (Steve Carell) and Lucy (Kristen Wiig) are on their next mission for the Anti-Villain League going after Balthazar Bratt (Trey Parker), a once child star who took his role into adulthood. With his keytair and 80’s dance moves, Bratt gets away with a diamond as large as his head!

Returning to the AVL headquarters, Silas Ramsbottom (Steve Coogan) announces that he will be stepping down. Taking his job is Valerie Da Vinci (Jenny Slate) and her first move is to fire Gru. Lucy threatens to walk if she follows through with the firing and now both are out of a job. The Minions aren’t happy when Gru refuses to return to villainy and stage a walk out.

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Going home to explain it all to Margo (Miranda Cosgrove), Edith (Dana Gaier) and Agnes (Nev Scharrel), the parents assure the girls it will all work out. That’s when a stranger shows up and announces that Gru has a twin brother names Dru (also voiced by Steve Carell). Not believing it Gru forces his Mom (Julie Andrews) and he learns the truth about his family.

Packing the family up, they fly to Dru’s luxurious estate and Gru learns more about who his father was. He also learns that Dru wants to be villainous and it’s Gru’s chance to capture Bratt while Lucy works on her Mom-skills. Bratt isn’t about to make anything easy as he has plans for tinsel town.

In their efforts to strengthen their family, Gru, Lucy and Dru along with the girls learn that love of family is amazing and there is no bad guy big enough to break them apart!

Recently at CinemaCon, Steve Carell spoke about his iconic work as Gru saying the DESPICABLE ME franchise is filled with “characters that are funny for adults as well as kids and that’s what has made it all successful”. How did the voice of Gru come to be? Carell says, “I tried voices on my daughter and when I did the voice of Gru they told me that was the one. Gru’s voice was like I flew over Eastern Europe and Dru’s voice had to be different. It had to be very fun, free and giddy in a way”.

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Wiig as Lucy is trying her best to be a good Mom and it takes being herself to let everyone know that no one messes with Mama Bear! I just think the character of Lucy is crazy cool. Cosgrove, Gaier and Scharrel as Margo, Edith and Agnes are just girls growing up in a different household that is filled with unexpected adventure and they roll with it.

Parker as Bratt had me cracking up! His shoulder pads, keytar and dance moves along with a balding mullet and bubblegum means he isn’t about to let Gru, Dru, Lucy or anyone else stop him from a little Hollywood payback.

DESPICABLE ME 3 is going to give families everything they have come to love about Gru, the girls and even the minions. This may not be the average family but it sure is one filled with love, excitement, understanding and fun. One would have thought that completed the family.

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Of course not, Illumination expands their family with Dru and a unicorn, well of sorts, which means a double dose of excitement. There are the usual jokes with the minions trying to be jail house rockers but they know where they truly belong. The animation is strong, vibrant and has such creativity that I am always surprised yet not surprised.

Gru and Dru have found one another which means Lucy and the girls have their hands full. That doesn’t have to be a bad thing but if Illumination wants one more story line I have a few ideas that I wouldn’t mind sharing!

So gather up your own minions and head to the theatres to begin your summer with family fun of a different kind with DESPICABLE ME 3.

In the end – ohhhhhhhh brother it’s good to be bad!

Life When RULES DON’T APPLY Comes to Bluray

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Jeri Jacquin

This week on Bluray and DVD from writer/director Warren Beatty and 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment comes a story of a man who tries to show the world that in his universe RULES DON’T APPLY.

It is 1958 Hollywood, California as billionaire Howard Hughes (Warren Beatty) has his hands in a little bit of everything. Running a business founded by his father, keeping his employees hopping and finding the next beautiful actress is a full time job.

Discovering one such actress, Marla Mabrey (Lily Collins) is a young woman who is beautiful, sings and is watched over by the discerning eye of mother Lucy (Annette Bening). Now under contract with Hughes, Marla is excited to finally be exactly where she’s always dreamed she’d be.

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Driving the young woman and her mother around Hollywood is limo driver Frank Forbes (Alden Ehrenreich) who is secretly and equally thrilled to be meeting Mr. Hughes. Coming into contact daily with Marla, they forge a friendship that borders on romantic. What keeps the seriousness at bay is Frank’s 7th grade sweetheart who pretty much believes the two are practically married.

Hughes is struggling as well but with practically everyone in his life. Believing that long time friend Noah Dietrich (Martin Sheen) is trying to have him committed, Hughes pushes back leaving Nadine Henly (Candice Bergen) and Levar Mathis (Matthew Broderick) left to keep an eye on Hughes. Eventually, the billionaire turns to Frank as a trusted employee to guard Hughes interests.

Their friendship blooms as Marla waits for Mr. Hughes to finally make arrangements to meet her. It puts a strain on both young people as Hughes has strict rule that none of his employees is to come near his contract actresses. When it becomes clear that the two need to back away, Lily has an encounter with Hughes that changes the course of their lives forever.

When you have billions of dollars you have billions of problems but love isn’t one of them!

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Beatty as Hughes gives the persona of a man who knows what he wants and doesn’t take ‘no’ for an answer, in fact he really doesn’t take anything for an answer. His train of thought is so all over the place that it’s hard to get a question in edgewise, then again I don’t think I’d know how to ask him a question. Sound like I’m confused? Beatty gives Hughes a struggling nature that clearly affected every corner of his life. Mixed in with the sadness of this character I must admit to have the giggles a few times as his odd choices and Beatty makes most of it feel charming.

Collins as Lily is a young girl who just wanted to come to Hollywood and be a star. She has the look of the era and brings everything along with that in terms of attitude and beliefs. From a protective Mother to the guilt of passion, Collins is delightful and watching her character face the harsh realities is a cautionary tale to be sure.

Ehrenreich as Frank is a man on his own rise to glory. Finding the job with Hughes fascinating and challenging, he also sees potential for Hughes’ help in real estate development. Staying when most people surely would have left, Ehrenreich’s character comes to have a twisted understanding of his employer making it even more difficult to walk away.

Sheen as Dietrich certainly took his fair share of grief from Hughes and anytime Sheen is on the screen I’m all in. Bergen as Nadine is a woman who sees all but says very, very little. Broderick as Mathis is basically a Hughes ‘yes’ man or perhaps more of ‘it’s his life’ man.

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Other cast includes: Paul Sorvino as Vernon Scott, Peter Mackenzie as Gene Handsaker, Dan Desmond as Gladwin Hill, Hart Bochner as Col. Willis, Madisyn Ritland as Bella and Louise Linton as Betty with appearances by Steve Coogan, Alec Baldwin and Ed Harris.

Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment brings award-winning global product and new entertainment to DVD, Bluray, and Digital HD. There amazing collection offers fans an opportunity to expand their own home libraries with the best films. To discover what other titles they have please visit www.fox.com.

RULES DON’T APPLY is a quirky tale of Hollywood love, Hollywood loss and a nutty billionaire in the middle of it all. It is such an interesting telling in that the love story between Frank and Lily is forefront and that is difficult enough for these two young people in 1958 Hollywood but to have Howard Hughes as your boss is nothing short of a huge fly in the champagne glass of love.

Seriously, Beatty steals the film with his portrayal of Hughes as one minute he is whimsical moved by a young girl singing to arrogance at finding no reason to meet with people face to face to literally flying by the seat of his pants lifestyle. I felt sorry for these two young kids dealing with a man who quickly shows that nothing else matters except banana bread ice cream (and I’ve never heard of it but would love to try it!)

The clothing, cars, home furnishings and settings of the era truly lend itself to quickly falling into the story with ease. Of course I may be a tad partial as a fan of most period pieces. The film didn’t over do it yet didn’t leave out the smallest detail, including granny panties – you’ll see.

RULES DON’T APPLY Bluray and DVD include the Special Features This is Rules Don’t Apply, Music Video “The Rules Don’t Apply” performed by Lily Collins and a Gallery.

If your ready for a little romance, a little twisted adventure, a couple of young people in love and a billionaire who is in the middle of it all then discover why the RULES DON’T APPLY.

In the end – sometimes you have to learn the hard way when rules don’t apply!

THE SECRET LIFE OF PETS Snuggles onto Bluray

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Jeri Jacquin

Our loyal and furry four legged friends (some with two legs and some with wings!) are coming to Bluray this week as directors Yarrow Cheney, Chris Renaud and Universal Pictures Home Entertainment releases THE SECRET LIFE OF PETS.

Max (voiced by Louis C.K.) is a happy dog who absolutely loves his human Katie (Ellie Kemper) living in Manhattan. Spending his days waiting or napping, Max also has other animal friends like pink bowed and seriously fluffy doggy Gidget (Jenny Slate).

Excited that Katie is finally home, Max is about to get the surprise of his life when she introduces him to Duke (Eric Stonestreet). Duke isn’t exactly apartment trained and Max is not thrilled to be sharing his home so their relationship doesn’t start off well.

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When the dog walker collects the group for a walk to the park, Max gets it in his head to get rid of Duke. It quickly backfires and both dogs are swooped up by animal control. The only thing that saves them is an accident created by an adorable big eared white bunny named Snowball. It doesn’t take long to realize that Snowball (Kevin Hart) has serious issues!

Accepting Max and Duke into their sewer group, the two dogs learn that there are many species of animal living below ground. Snowball wants to bring anarchy to the human-pet system and sees Max and Duke as new recruits.

Meanwhile, Gidget realizes that Max is missing and decides to take it upon herself to find him. Unlikely helpers are Tiberius (Albert Brooks) the hawk who sees everything as food, Pops (Dana Carvey) a hound who doesn’t let aged legs stop him and more.

It’s about knowing who your friends are no matter how many legs you have!

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C.K. as Max is absolutely lovely! His voice is so animated and fits this furry character so well and it’s a nice change. Capturing the personality of this little dog who clearly loves his human is so heart warming. Watching the relationship grow between Max and Duke is a lot of fun.

Stonestreet as Duke is a big lug of a dog who just wants a home and somebody to love. When Max doesn’t exactly welcome him with open arms, a not-so-nice Duke comes out to play. He’s a lot like Max in that he is more bark than bite.

Slate as Gidget is hyper, funny, okay actually hilarious and serious. It’s pretty clear that Gidget is harboring feelings for Max and if anything else it motivates her more to find her friend! Don’t let the fluff and bows fool you though because between taming a hawk and taking on a psycho-bunny, Gidget is definitely a worthy pup-ponent!

Hart as Snowball is, of course, hilarious and a bit psychotic actually. I mean bunnies are strange creatures as it is and Hart gives us a reason to question their cuteness from this moment on!

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Other voice cast include Jaime Camil as Fernando, Sandra Echeverria as Maria, Michael Beattie as Tattoo, Steve Coogan as Ozone/Reginald, Chris Renaud as Norman, Bobby Moynihan as Mel, Hannibal Buress as Buddy and Lake Bell as Chloe.

Universal Studios Home Entertainment has just added an amazing film to their library and making it available for us all to experience and re-experience in our own home theatres. There are films of every genre available from scary to drama to family films. For more of what they have to offer please visit www.uphe.com.

TUBS OF POPCORN: I give THE SECRET LIFE OF PETS four tubs of popcorn out of five. I love the characters and so did my granddaughter who couldn’t stop laughing at Gidget’s hyperness. Translated means this Bluray will be in the player for months to come and I won’t mind it one little bit.

Anyone with a growing family media library like so many I know are filling their own shelves with fantastic animated films like this one. There is fun, laughter, friendship and memorable characters which is what allows us all to be kids at heart with the little ones in our lives.

Several of the characters reminded me of friends’ pets and which means Illumination did their job to perfection. My own cat has an attitude and knocking things away and being a fussy eater is high on his list of things to keep me on my toes about.

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The animation by the same folks that brought us DESPICABLE ME, Illumination Entertainment clearly knows what fans of animated films want in story as well as amazing and colorful animation. This is one studio I’d love to visit just to watch their creative process and flow of ideas – okay I also want to know what they are doing next!

The Bluray/DVD and Digital HD combo also includes the special features of 3 Mini Movies, All About the Pets, Animals Can Talk: Meet the Actors, Hairstylist to the Dogs, The Best of Snowball and More! Also includes are the Bluray Exclusives of How to Make an Animated Film and Anatomy of a Scene.

Gather up the family because your home theatre is the place to be to enjoy the absolutely entertaining and wonderful THE SECRET LIFE OF PETS.

In the end – ever wonder what your pets do when you’re not home?

 

THE SECRET LIFE OF PETS is a Fluffy Winner

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Jeri Jacquin

Our loyal and furry four legged friends (some with two legs and some with wings!) are coming to the big screen this weekend as directors Yarrow Cheney, Chris Renaud and Illumination Entertainment bring THE SECRET LIFE OF PETS.

Max (voiced by Louis C.K.) is a happy dog who absolutely loves his human Katie (Ellie Kemper) living in Manhattan. Spending his days waiting or napping, Max also has other animal friends like pink bowed and seriously fluffy doggy Gidget (Jenny Slate).

Excited that Katie is finally home, Max is about to get the surprise of his life when she introduces him to Duke (Eric Stonestreet). Duke isn’t exactly apartment trained and Max is not thrilled to be sharing his home so their relationship doesn’t start off well.

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When the dog walker collects the group for a walk to the park, Max gets it in his head to get rid of Duke. It quickly backfires and both dogs are swooped up by animal control. The only thing that saves them is an accident created by an adorable big eared white bunny named Snowball. It doesn’t take long to realize that Snowball (Kevin Hart) has serious issues!

Accepting Max and Duke into their sewer group, the two dogs learn that there are many species of animal living below ground. Snowball wants to bring anarchy to the human-pet system and sees Max and Duke as new recruits.

Meanwhile, Gidget realizes that Max is missing and decides to take it upon herself to find him. Unlikely helpers are Tiberius (Albert Brooks) the hawk who sees everything as food, Pops (Dana Carvey) a hound who doesn’t let aged legs stop him and more.

It’s about knowing who your friends are no matter how many legs you have!

C.K. as Max is absolutely lovely! His voice is so animated and fits this furry character so well and it’s a nice change. Capturing the personality of this little dog who clearly loves his human is so heart warming. Watching the relationship grow between Max and Duke is a lot of fun.

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Stonestreet as Duke is a big lug of a dog who just wants a home and somebody to love. When Max doesn’t exactly welcome him with open arms, a not-so-nice Duke comes out to play. He’s a lot like Max in that he is more bark than bite.

Slate as Gidget is hyper, funny, okay actually hilarious and serious. It’s pretty clear that Gidget is harboring feelings for Max and if anything else it motivates her more to find her friend! Don’t let the fluff and bows fool you though because between taming a hawk and taking on a psycho-bunny, Gidget is definitely a worthy pup-ponent!

Hart as Snowball is, of course, hilarious and a bit psychotic actually. I mean bunnies are strange creatures as it is and Hart gives us a reason to question their cuteness from this moment on!

Other voice cast include Jaime Camil as Fernando, Sandra Echeverria as Maria, Michael Beattie as Tattoo, Steve Coogan as Ozone/Reginald, Chris Renaud as Norman, Bobby Moynihan as Mel, Hannibal Buress as Buddy and Lake Bell as Chloe.

TUBS OF POPCORN: I give THE SECRET LIFE OF PETS four tubs of popcorn out of five. I love the characters and so did my granddaughter who couldn’t stop laughing at Gidget’s hyperness.

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During the film I could hear adults laughing and saying that several of the characters reminded them of their own pets and I couldn’t agree more. My own cat has an attitude and knocking things away and being a fussy eater is high on his list of things to keep me on my toes about.

The animation by the same folks that brought us DESPICABLE ME, Illumination Entertainment clearly knows what fans of animated films want in story as well as amazing and colorful animation. This is one studio I’d love to visit just to watch their creative process and flow of ideas – okay I also want to know what they are doing next!

Gather up the family because the theatre is the place to be this weekend to enjoy the absolutely entertaining and wonderful THE SECRET LIFE OF PETS.

In the end – ever wonder what your pets do when you’re not home?

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