I finally got to watch Secret life of Pets some time ago! I totally forgot to make a review about it. I hate myself, I know!
With Louis C.K. as Max, Eric Stonestreet as Duke, Kevin Hart as Snowball and many more others – Secret Life of Pets will definitely make you go aww and be amazed of what your pets maybe up to whenever your not around!
It’s suitable for all audiences especially for pet lovers whether you are young or old! I enjoyed how it shows you life lessons of friendship and companionship (I bet it would also teach your pets a lesson or two)
Kevin Hart’s Snowball is the best character I’d say, it was extra fun because of that little fluffly white rabbit!
Overall, it’s a great fluffy movie you can watch with your family, so I’m giving it a 9/10!
Ugh. Sorry for not updating >.< I’ve been working seriously lately. Hehehe. But I do still watch movies, but, after watching a movie…that’s it. It never crossed my mind to do a review about them. I’m always too tired and looking into getting some more “relax” time away from the interwebs and so on.
But today, let me share to you the last good movie I watched. It’s The Delivery Man which also stars Vince Vaughn (he was also the main actor for The Internship which I reviewed here).
David Wozniak (Vince Vaughn’s character) is a simple delivery man of meat. He works for his father along with his brothers, he’s careless and sort of childish. Thus, his girlfriend who just recently found out she’s pregnant is not sure about letting him become the “dad” of their son. But surprise! David suddenly finds out he’s also the father of other 533 children, without him knowing. Impossible!
What can I say about this movie?
This didn’t have the same effect that The Internship left me. Yet, this two movies aren’t to be compared. The Delivery Man focuses on family matters and on being responsible as a parent. As a parent, you’d like the best for your child. As a child, you’d like to be loved…and if you are adopted, you’d definitely like to know who your real parents are. This is why the 533 children who had David as their biological father are longing for him. Despite the troubles, in the end love and family prevails. Overall, this movie is an 8/10 for me. It’s a must watch for dads and dads-to-be as well.