Adventure, comedy, family
Directors Chris Renaud, Yarrow Cheney
Writers Cinco Paul, Ken Daurio, Brian Lynch, Simon Rich
Voices Louis CK, Eric Stonestreet, Kevin Hart, Jenny Slate, Ellie Kemper, Dana Carvey, Albert Brooks, Lake Bell
Everything is going well for Max until his human brings home a bigger dog named Duke. After fighting over everything, the two get lost in the city and must try to return home while avoiding animal control as well as a group of stray animals out for revenge, well some of the animals from their apartment building search for them.
I guess this was ok. Kind of fun, at least where where the bunny was involved. But that’s about it. None of the animals was in any real danger and nothing actually made sense. Everyone’s doors were unlocked, windows wide open. No one ever notices anything the animals do, even though one has a camera strapped to its head and the owner obviously watches what’s on it.
It wasn’t the most interesting thing ever. It just was so I can’t really praise it or complain about it. Chances are I’ll forget all about it within a week.
So it guess maybe watch it if you need something to watch with a kid, but in all honesty, it can’t really see it even holding their attention.