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Now showing at Odeon Basingstoke Leisure Park, Churchill Way West,West Ham,Basingstoke,Hampshire RG21 6YR 0871 224 4007

  • Hail, Caesar!
  • Independence Day: Resurgence
  • Independence Day: Resurgence 3D
  • My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2
  • Norm Of The North
  • Royal Opera Live: Werther
  • Snoopy And Charlie Brown: The Peanuts Movie
  • The Importance Of Being Earnest: Encore Screening
  • The Jungle Book
  • The Secret Life Of Pets

Hail, Caesar! 2 stars

Eddie Mannix masterminds production at Capitol Pictures, keeping the tawdry secrets of his leading men and ladies out of rival gossip columns penned by twins Thora and Thessaly Thacker. He also has to massage egos on and off the set of the studio's big budget epic, Hail, Caesar! - A Tale Of The Christ, starring matinee idol Baird Whitlock. When a Communist group calling itself The Future kidnaps Baird, Eddie races against time to pay the 100,000 US dollar ransom and keep the abduction secret.

  • GenreComedy, Drama, Musical
  • CastChanning Tatum, Scarlett Johansson, Tilda Swinton, Frances McDormand, Jonah Hill, Ralph Fiennes, Alden Ehrenreich, George Clooney, Josh Brolin.
  • DirectorJoel Coen, Ethan Coen.
  • WriterJoel Coen, Ethan Coen.
  • CountryUS/UK
  • Duration106 mins
  • Official sitewww.facebook.com/HailCaesarMovie
  • Release04/03/2016

When the mighty fall, they fall hard. Writer-directors Joel and Ethan Coen, who each have four Academy Awards on the mantelpiece and were nominees again this year for their script for Bridge Of Spies, descend from the filmmaking firmament with a sickening thud.

Hail, Caesar!, the brothers' screwball valentine to the golden age of 1950s Hollywood when studios nurtured, protected and controlled big name stars, is a deeply disappointing exercise in period style over substance, characterisation and wit.

It's hard to believe that the mercurial siblings who gave us The Big Lebowski, Fargo, O Brother, Where Art Thou? and No Country For Old Men could be responsible for this flimsy whimsy. Admittedly, there are a couple of stand-out musical sequences that quicken the pulse and remind us of the Coens' genius.

These crescendos are spliced and shoehorned into the film's trailer, which runs to a trim two and a half minutes, and is infinitely more enjoyable that the bloated 106-minute misfire that has been haphazardly bolted together in the editing room.

As usual, the ensemble cast shimmers with comic talent, but here, almost everyone is squandered in thinly sketched roles.

Eddie Mannix (Josh Brolin) masterminds production at Capitol Pictures, keeping the tawdry secrets of his leading men and ladies out of rival gossip columns penned by twins Thora and Thessaly Thacker (Tilda Swinton). He also has to massage egos on and off the set of the studio's big budget epic, Hail, Caesar! - A Tale Of The Christ, starring matinee idol Baird Whitlock (George Clooney).

When a Communist group calling itself The Future kidnaps Baird, Eddie races against time to pay the 100,000 US dollar ransom and keep the abduction secret from the filmmaking community. Meanwhile, Eddie must conceal the pregnancy of synchronised swimming actress DeeAnna Moran (Scarlett Johansson) and convince revered director Laurence Laurentz (Ralph Fiennes) to cast singing Western dreamboat Hobie Doyle (Alden Ehrenreich) in his romantic period drama.

"My readers don't care about Hobie Doyle - he wears chaps!" remarks Thora Thacker coldly. As the situation with Baird spirals out of control, Eddie calls upon the services of chain-smoking film editor CC Calhoun (Frances McDormand), agent Joseph Silverman (Jonah Hill) and tap-dancing leading man Burt Gurney (Channing Tatum).

Hail, Caesar! is depressingly light on laughs and the Coens' trademark eccentricities. The fleeting appearance of a sparkling one-liner - "God doesn't have children, He's a bachelor and He's very angry" - breaks up the mediocrity.

Some vignettes are stretched to the point of discomfort, such as Hobie's attempts to master one line of period dialogue ("Would that it were so simple"). Even the woefully underused Tatum is reduced to dancing for his proverbial supper in a tight-fitting sailor's outfit. Magic Mike XXL, all is forgiven.

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Tuesday 28th June 2016
Thursday 30th June 2016

Independence Day: Resurgence 3 stars

It has been 20 years since US President Thomas J Whitmore issued his rallying cry to repel alien invaders. Following the devastating showdown, the United Nations establishes a new early warning program named Earth Space Defense (ESD), which should alert us to future incursions by hostile extra-terrestrials. We are painfully unaware that the aliens from the initial attack sent a distress signal to the rest of their battalion before their defeat and more powerful aliens are poised to storm the planet.

  • GenreAction, Science Fiction, Thriller
  • CastBill Pullman, Jeff Goldblum, Maika Monroe, James Vanderbilt, Liam Hemsworth, William Fichtner, Travis Tope.
  • DirectorRoland Emmerich.
  • WriterNicolas Wright, James A Woods, Dean Devlin, Roland Emmerich.
  • CountryUS
  • Duration120 mins
  • Official sitewww.foxmovies.com/movies/independence-day-resurgence
  • Release23/06/2016

It has been 20 years since US President Thomas J Whitmore issued his rallying cry to repel alien invaders. Following the devastating showdown, the United Nations establishes a new early warning program named Earth Space Defense (ESD), which should alert us to future incursions by hostile extra-terrestrials. We are painfully unaware that the aliens from the initial attack sent a distress signal to the rest of their battalion before their defeat and more powerful aliens are poised to storm the planet.

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Sunday 26th June 2016
Monday 27th June 2016
Tuesday 28th June 2016
Wednesday 29th June 2016
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Independence Day: Resurgence 3D 3 stars

It has been 20 years since US President Thomas J Whitmore issued his rallying cry to repel alien invaders. Following the devastating showdown, the United Nations establishes a new early warning program named Earth Space Defense (ESD), which should alert us to future incursions by hostile extra-terrestrials. We are painfully unaware that the aliens from the initial attack sent a distress signal to the rest of their battalion before their defeat and more powerful aliens are poised to storm the planet.

  • GenreAction, Science Fiction, Thriller
  • CastBill Pullman, Jeff Goldblum, Maika Monroe, Liam Hemsworth, William Fichtner, Travis Tope.
  • DirectorRoland Emmerich.
  • WriterNicolas Wright, James Vanderbilt, James A Woods, Dean Devlin, Roland Emmerich.
  • CountryUS
  • Duration120 mins
  • Official sitewww.foxmovies.com/movies/independence-day-resurgence
  • Release23/06/2016

It has been 20 years since US President Thomas J Whitmore issued his rallying cry to repel alien invaders. Following the devastating showdown, the United Nations establishes a new early warning program named Earth Space Defense (ESD), which should alert us to future incursions by hostile extra-terrestrials. We are painfully unaware that the aliens from the initial attack sent a distress signal to the rest of their battalion before their defeat and more powerful aliens are poised to storm the planet.

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Sunday 26th June 2016

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My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2 3 stars

Married life has treated Fotoula Portokalos and Ian Miller well. They must now contend with a rebellious teenage daughter, Paris, whose actions are a constant source of concern for the rest of the dysfunctional clan. A long buried family secret finally slips out and Toula must rally all of her nearest and dearest to celebrate another blessed union at short notice.

  • GenreComedy, Drama, Romance
  • CastJohn Corbett, Michael Constantine, Nia Vardalos.
  • DirectorKirk Jones.
  • WriterNia Vardalos.
  • CountryUS
  • Duration94 mins
  • Official sitewww.mybigfatgreekweddingmovie.com
  • Release25/03/2016

Tottering down the aisle 14 years after My Big Fat Greek Wedding became the most successful romantic comedy of all time, Kirk Jones' sequel is like a batch of homemade baklava that has been left out too long and gone stale. Dry, flaky yet undeniably sweet, this second snapshot of daily life with the dysfunctional Portokalos family is studded with the same one-joke characters, who unite in adversity with fierce nationalistic pride. Screenwriter Nia Vardalos makes the second film to a similar recipe, flinging obstacles in the path of true love while various larger than life relatives excitedly offer their two drachmas worth of advice. Every exaggerated set piece is starved of belly laughs, from the family patriarch's repeated assertions that Greece gave birth to every modern invention - "The Greeks created Facebook - we called it the telephone" - to the nervous coming out of a gay character that feels like a non-event. Affection for the original film can only stretch so far and even at a trim 94 minutes, My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2 feels needlessly padded. It seems like a lifetime since Greek-American singleton Fotoula Portokalos (Nia Vardalos) shocked her nearest and dearest by falling in love with non-Greek upper middle class beau, Ian Miller (John Corbett). They are happily married with a rebellious 17-year-old daughter, Paris (Elena Kampouris), who is applying to colleges on the other side of the country so she can wriggle free of her overly protective parents. Toula's father Gus (Michael Constantine) is convinced he is a direct descendant of Alexander The Great and begins to research the family tree. In the process, he uncovers a long buried family secret: his marriage certificate to sweetheart Maria (Lainie Kazan) wasn't signed by the priest so in the eyes of the law, they aren't husband and wife. "Who cares? We're married by time served," cackles Maria. Toula, her brother Nick (Louis Mandylor), cousins Nikki (Gia Carides) and Angelo (Joey Fatone), and interfering Aunt Voula (Andrea Martin) pledge their support to organising a wedding at short notice so Gus and Maria can tie the knot properly. Meanwhile Paris shrugs off Gus' suggestion that she needs to find a Greek husband as soon as possible and nervously prepares for a prom date with classmate Bennett (Alex Wolff). My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2 is acrimoniously divorced from subtlety and invention. Jones' film goes through the motions with a depressing lack of urgency or purpose. Once again, Martin voraciously scene steals as the perfectly coiffed doyenne of fruity sexual advice. Vardalos drizzles on sticky sentiment at regular intervals in the vain hope that a few tears might flow in the absence of laughter. Even besotted fans of the blockbusting original will struggle to say, "I do".

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Tuesday 28th June 2016
Thursday 30th June 2016

Norm Of The North 3 stars

Marketing director Vera Brightly arrives in the Arctic to shoot a commercial for her boss, billionaire property developer Mr Greene, who intends to desecrate the landscape with a series of luxury condos. Norm is horrified and his good friend and mentor, Socrates the seagull, convinces the polar bear to make contact with the humans and persuade them to abandon this heinous real estate plan.

  • GenreAnimation/Cartoon, Comedy, Drama, Family, Family
  • CastHeather Graham, Ken Jeong, Rob Schneider.
  • DirectorTrevor Wall.
  • WriterJamie Lissow, Steven Altiere, David Altiere, Malcolm T Goldman.
  • CountryIndia/US
  • Duration90 mins
  • Official sitewww.normofthenorth.movie
  • Release18/03/2016 (selected cinemas)

A polar bear selflessly embarks on a quest to save his diminishing Arctic home from devastation in Trevor Wall's ecologically minded computer animation. Norm (voiced by Rob Schneider) isn't like other polar bears: he can't hunt seals but he can perform a crazy dance called the Arctic Shake, which makes him feel great. Out of the blue, marketing director Vera Brightly (Heather Graham) arrives in the winter wonderland to shoot a commercial for her boss, billionaire property developer Mr Greene (Ken Jeong), who intends to desecrate the landscape with a series of luxury condos. Norm is horrified and his good friend and mentor, Socrates the seagull (Bill Nighy), convinces the polar bear to make contact with the humans and persuade them to abandon this heinous real estate plan. A trio of mischievous lemmings accompanies Norm and when the animals arrive in New York, the bear becomes a minor celebrity because humans mistakenly believe he is an actor in a costume. Norm exploits his newfound media status to save his homeland from destruction.

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Sunday 26th June 2016

Royal Opera Live: Werther 3 stars

A live performance of Massenet's adaptation of Goethe's revolutionary and tragic romance.

  • GenreDrama, Romance, Special
  • CastVittorio Grigolo, Joyce DiDonato, David Bizic, Heather Engebretson.
  • DirectorBenoit Jacquot.
  • WriterMassenet.
  • CountryUK
  • Duration190 mins
  • Official sitewww.roh.org.uk/cinemas
  • Release27/06/2016 (selected cinemas)

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Monday 27th June 2016

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Snoopy And Charlie Brown: The Peanuts Movie 3 stars

Charlie Brown develops a crush on a Little Red Haired Girl, who moves in across the street. Unable to talk to her, even with the encouragement of Snoopy, Charlie resolves to catch the girl's eye by winning his school's talent competition. His plan goes horribly awry and he becomes the laughing stock of his school. Meanwhile, Snoopy daydreams about becoming a First World War fighter plane pilot and protecting his pooch sweetheart Fifi from the notorious Red Baron.

  • GenreAdaptation, Adventure, Animation/Cartoon, Comedy, Family, Family
  • CastNoah Schnapp, Madisyn Shipman, Francesca Capaldi, Hadley Belle Miller.
  • DirectorSteve Martino.
  • WriterBryan Schulz, Craig Schulz, Cornelius Uliano.
  • CountryUS
  • Duration93 mins
  • Official sitewww.peanutsmovie.com
  • Release21/12/2015

If unabashed sweetness is your weakness then you will be completely helpless in the company of Snoopy And Charlie Brown: The Peanuts Movie. Written by Craig and Bryan Schulz, the son and grandson of Charles M Schulz, Steve Martino's film marries the old-fashioned, wholesome sensibilities of the syndicated comic strips with state-of-the-art computer animation.

The episodic nature of the script suggests that several bite-size adventures for the titular pooch and his self-doubting master have been sandwiched together and passed off as a fluid narrative. It's candy floss filmmaking: colourful, sugary and easily digested, expertly spun out of hot air by a vast team of talented animators, who have managed to replicate familiar character designs in shiny 3D.

The Peanuts Movie is a big, heady whiff of nostalgia. It's hard to resist the innate charm and vulnerability of Charlie as he laments his inability to talk to the new girl at school ("I just came down with a serious case of inadequacy!") and searches for inspiration in a self-help book entitled 10 Ways To Be A Winner. Everyone loves a trier.

Charlie Brown (voiced by Noah Schnapp) faces his nemesis - the Kite-Eating Tree - and once again comes off second best to Mother Nature. "You'll never get that to fly. Why? Because you're Charlie Brown!" snorts Lucy (Hadley Belle Miller). The luckless lad refuses to be downhearted. "Charlie Brown is not a quitter," he tells himself.

Soon after, a Little Red Haired Girl (Francesca Capaldi) moves in across the street with her family and Charlie develops the most terrible crush. "She's not that pretty," grumbles Lucy dismissively. Unable to talk to his new neighbour, even with the encouragement of Snoopy (Bill Melendez) or his chums Peppermint Patty (Venus Schultheis), Linus (Alexander Garfin) and Pig-Pen (AJ Tecce), Charlie resolves to catch the girl's eye by winning his school's talent competition.

His plan goes awry and he becomes the laughing stock of the school. Subsequent attempts to win the affection of the Little Red Haired Girl by learning to dance, and writing a school report on "Leo's Toy Story by Warren Peace" also end in humiliation.

Meanwhile, Snoopy daydreams about becoming a First World War fighter plane pilot and protecting his pooch sweetheart Fifi (Kristin Chenoweth) from the notorious Red Baron. As dogs of war go, he's irrepressibly cute.

Snoopy And Charlie Brown: The Peanuts Movie is a delightful, gossamer thin diversion. In an age of increasingly sophisticated, multi-faceted animations, Steve Martino's film harks back to simpler and unabashedly sentimental times of linear storytelling and wholesome messaging.

Laidback vocal performances include archive recordings of Melendez as Snoopy and Woodstock. The main feature screens with an animated short, Cosmic Scrat-astrophe, which follows the acorn-fixated sabretoothed squirrel from the Ice Age series into outer space.

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Sunday 26th June 2016

The Importance Of Being Earnest: Encore Screening 3 stars

David Suchet purses his lips and heaves his bosom as the indomitable Lady Bracknell in this recording of a live performance of Oscar Wilde's razor-sharp satire on Victorian manners on the stage of the Vaudeville Theatre in London's West End. Subtitled A Trivial Comedy For Serious People, the story centres on bachelor best friends Algernon Moncrieff and John Worthing, who adopt different identities as they swan between dual lives in the city and country. The elaborate ruse has unforeseen consequences.

  • GenreComedy, Drama, Romance, Special
  • CastDavid Suchet, Michael Benz, Philip Cumbus, Emily Barber, Imogen Doel.
  • DirectorAdrian Noble.
  • WriterOscar Wilde.
  • CountryUK
  • Duration150 mins
  • Official sitewww.importanceofearnest.com

David Suchet purses his lips and heaves his bosom as the indomitable Lady Bracknell in this recording of a live performance of Oscar Wilde's razor-sharp satire on Victorian manners on the stage of the Vaudeville Theatre in London's West End. Subtitled A Trivial Comedy For Serious People, the story centres on bachelor best friends Algernon Moncrieff (Philip Cumbus) and John Worthing (Michael Benz) who adopt different identities as they swan between dual lives in the city and country. The ruse becomes hilariously complicated when the men court Cecily Cardew (Imogen Doel) and Gwendolen Fairfax (Emily Barber) respectively. One little white lies stacks upon another as Algernon and John attempt to win the hearts of the women, while fending off questions from Gwendolen's formidable mother, Lady Bracknell. Directed by Adrian Noble, the performance is enhanced with additional backstage footage and cast interviews, which are exclusive to this cinema event.

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Wednesday 29th June 2016

The Jungle Book 3 stars

A young boy called Mowgli is raised by wolves Akela and Raksha. The boy's presence in the jungle is an affront to Shere Khan, the Bengal tiger, who resolves to kill Mowgli. Thus the man cub must leave his wolf parents and embark on a perilous journey of self-discovery in the company of Bagheera the black panther and Baloo the bear. En route, Mowgli has a crushing encounter with Kaa the python and is sweet-talked by the deceptively dangerous King Louie.

  • GenreAction, Adaptation, Adventure, Drama, Family, Family
  • CastIdris Elba, Bill Murray, Scarlett Johansson, Christopher Walken, Lupita Nyong'o, Giancarlo Esposito, Sir Ben Kingsley, Neel Sethi.
  • DirectorJon Favreau.
  • WriterJustin Marks.
  • CountryUS
  • Duration106 mins
  • Official sitewww.disney.co.uk
  • Release15/04/2016

The bare necessities of a contented life will come to you by going on safari with Jon Favreau's technically dazzling romp through the stories of Rudyard Kipling. Not since James Cameron's Avatar has a 3D digital world been conjured with such depth and precision. Shot in downtown Los Angeles and beautifully rendered as untamed wilderness on computer hard drives, this immersive Jungle Book retains the wide-eyed charm of the 1967 Disney animation including three songs and comic relief from a rascally bear named Baloo, voiced to droll perfection by Bill Murray. "You have never been a more endangered species than you are now," the hirsute honey thief informs an Indian porcupine (Garry Shandling) during one amusing altercation. Vibrant colour radiates off the screen and gooey sentimentality oozes like sap during the rousing final act, but scriptwriter Justin Marks isn't afraid to hack into darker territory. Shere Khan the Bengal tiger evokes a heartbreaking scene from The Lion King in his relentless, blood-crazed pursuit of Mowgli, and the animated version's jazziest interlude - I Wan'na Be Like You with jungle VIP King Louie and his swingin' band of monkeysicians - is repurposed as a terrifying chase. Man cub Mowgli (Neel Sethi) is raised by wolves Akela (Giancarlo Esposito) and Raksha (Lupita Nyong'o) as a brother to other pups. A terrible drought necessitates an uneasy truce between predators and prey around the watering hole, and other denizens of the jungle finally get to see Mowgli close-up. The boy is an affront to Shere Khan (Idris Elba), who lost an eye to a fiery torch wielded by Mowgli's father. "A man cub becomes man, and man is forbidden!" snarls the big cat, who demands the child be handed over to him for slaughter. Akela and Raksha refuse but Mowgli acknowledges his presence jeopardises the lupine clan. So he embarks on a perilous journey back to civilisation in the company of his protector, Bagheera the black panther (Sir Ben Kingsley). En route, Mowgli gathers honey for greedy Baloo (Murray) and is pressurised into sharing the secret of "the red flower" - fire - with menacing Gigantopithecus, King Louie (Christopher Walken). The Jungle Book flexes its digital muscles in every impeccably crafted frame, festooning the screen with a menagerie of anthropomorphised critters that are just as realistic as the shipwrecked tiger in Life Of Pi. Sethi is a tad wooden in comparison but it must be difficult for a 12-year-old newcomer to find an emotional core when the rest of the cast and lush backgrounds only spring to life in post-production. Vocal performances are strong, replete with disorienting use of Scarlett Johansson's seductive whisper in surround sound during Mowgli's crushing encounter with python Kaa. Trust in me: Favreau's film is a majestic walk on the wild side.

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Sunday 26th June 2016

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The Secret Life Of Pets 3 stars

Katie shares her Manhattan apartment with a terrier named Max, who relishes the close relationship with his owner. This special bond is threatened when Katie brings home a mongrel named Duke, who she has saved from a grim fate at the local dog pound. The two pooches are forced to put their rivalry to one side when a gang of abandoned pets led by a white rabbit named Snowball launches an intense campaign of revenge against contended owners and their pets.

  • GenreAnimation/Cartoon, Comedy, Family, Family
  • CastLake Bell, Jenny Slate, Ellie Kemper, Tara Strong, Louis CK, Albert Brooks, Kevin Hart.
  • DirectorChris Renaud, Yarrow Cheney.
  • WriterKen Daurio, Brian Lynch, Cinco Paul.
  • CountryUS
  • Duration91 mins
  • Official sitewww.thesecretlifeofpets.co.uk
  • Release24/06/2016

Creatures great and small wreak havoc on the streets of New York City in Chris Renaud and Yarrow Cheney's colourful computer-animated romp. Employing a similar framework to Toy Story, The Secret Life Of Pets imagines what our four-legged, feathered and finned friends get up to when our backs are turned, suggesting that the fun begins when we go to work or school. A Jack Russell terrier and an affection starved mongrel replace Woody and Buzz Lightyear as the feuding central characters, whose rivalry mellows into mutual affection when they are separated from their owner. Screenwriters Ken Daurio, Brian Lynch and Cinco Paul have great fun in early scenes, revealing how a dachshund uses his owner's food mixer as a back massager or one tiny dog performs acrobatic leaps to water a hanging basket with a cock of its leg. The central concept isn't original but there's an infectious charm to every shiny frame of Renaud and Cheney's well-groomed picture, which mercilessly exploits our affection for the critters that share our homes. Katie (voiced by Ellie Kemper) lives in her Manhattan apartment with a mischievous terrier named Max (Louis CK). "Our love is stronger than words or shoes," explains Max, referring to his penchant for chewing his owner's footwear when he was a puppy in training. He is good friends with other domesticated animals and birds including a pampered Eskimo dog named Gidget (Jenny Slate), who is head over fluffy tail in love with Max, and a sardonic house cat named Chloe (Lake Bell), who nurtures a healthy disdain for anything that doesn't enrich her selfish existence. "Dog people do weird, inexplicable things," she purrs, "like they get dogs instead of cats." Max's bond with Katie is threatened when his owner brings home a lolloping mongrel named Duke (Eric Stonestreet), who she has saved from the pound. Intense rivalry spills out onto the city streets where Max and Duke fall foul of a Sphynx cat called Ozone (Steve Coogan) and are mistaken for strays by animal control officers. The snarling enemies are rescued by a maniacal white rabbit named Snowball (Kevin Hart), who pressgangs them into service in his army of unwanted animals, who live in the sewers. The Secret Life Of Pets is the brainchild of the makers of Despicable Me and Minions, and retains a similar visual style and family-friendly sense of humour. Behavioural tics of each breed are mercilessly exploited for slapstick laughs and co-directors Renaud and Cheney maintain a brisk trot to ensure young audiences don't go for walkies in the middle of the film. The main feature is accompanied by a cute animated short entitled Mower Minions in which the gibberish-spouting sidekicks tend the lawn of elderly neighbours. Alas, the diminutive do-gooders are yellow fingers and thumbs, propagating plentiful guffaws and giggles.

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