In a city of humanoid animals, a hustling theater impresario's attempt to save his theater with a singing competition becomes grander than he anticipates even as its finalists find that their lives will never be the same.
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
It's not deliberate by the creators, but when Gidget becomes the queen of cats, her "coronation" song is La Marseillaise, one of the most famous anti-monarchy revolutionary songs. It's like using La Internationale as a Corrupt Corporate Executive's theme song. Doubly noteworthy, since the film was made in France See more »
Katie and Chuck's SUV has the same license plate (HQO6874) as the circus truck. See more »
The first step of not being afraid is *acting* like you're not afraid. So, are you scared?
[cowering down and shaking with fear]
*Are* you scared?
[brings himself up to full height with confidence]
No! No, I'm not!
Now you're talking.
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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 »
The UK version edits Pops' line "Pickles is pissed!" as "Pickles is peeved!", due to mild language. See more »
Narratively, the film is not without fault. In particular, the three storylines are fairly loose, and do not seem to relate to each other. Nevertheless, this does not prevent the film to be thoroughly unpredictable, wildly fun and extremely fast-paced. While introducing a new character Tiger or Hu, the film retains most of the characters from its predecessor, all of which are adorable and cute. The characters, dialogues and actions are super hilarious, and the children in the auditorium kept laughing throughout. Several scenes, including the cliff scene and the chase scenes, are pretty intense.
See the movie if you want fun and happiness.
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