The Secret Life of Pets review hyperactive with furry laughter

So what do humans really do all day? Their pets are baffled in this frenetic New York-set family animation

Toy Story has been rewritten for pets in this family animation, packed with quirkily voiced characters of all shapes and sizes, frenetically hyperactive, and crammed with detail in the traditional manner plenty of swooning images of New York that appear to belong to a more romcom-type of film. Just as pet owners wonder what their pets do all day while theyre out, pets are baffled as to what their human masters and mistresses find to occupy themselves with during this mysterious time of work. Max (voiced by Louis CK) is a terrier who is outraged when his owner brings home a new rescue dog that he must now live with: Duke (voiced by Eric Stonestreet). At first mortal enemies, they become pals when they find themselves collarless and menaced by strays. Its not ground-breaking, but there are laughs, and it is a good audience movie.

Watch the trailer for The Secret Life of Pets

Source: http://www.theguardian.com/us

Late-night hosts on Trump’s budget: ‘Make the poor live on squirrel meat again’

Comics, including Stephen Colbert and Seth Meyers, discussed the budget cuts in the presidents latest proposal, which would affect many of his core voters

Late-night hosts on Tuesday took aim at the Trump administrations latest budget proposal and its extreme cuts affecting poorer citizens.

On The Late Show, Stephen Colbert spoke about the name that its been given: A New Foundation for American Greatness. Hes building that foundation out of the ground-up bones of poor people, he joked.

The budget proposes cuts to programs that wold help feed and provide medical care to children. I know this is an unpopular opinion these days, but I believe that children should go to the doctor and eat, he said.

What he found strange is that the whole thing is particularly cruel to one minority group in particular: Trumps voters, which led Colbert to develop a new slogan for Trump: Make the poor live on squirrel meat again.

He also spoke about the proposed reduction to the National Cancer Institute. Trump said wed be sick of winning and hes ready to deliver on the first half of that sentence, he said.

Another cut would be to the Centers for Disease Control. Whenever that thing inside of Steve Bannon bursts out and goes airborne, we will not be prepared to handle it, Colbert joked.

He briefly discussed new reports that Trump had hoped to muddy the waters in regards to the Russia investigation. Muddy the waters also Trumps environmental policy, he said.

On Late Night with Seth Meyers, the host spoke about the former CIA chief John Brennan confirming that there was contact between Russian officials and the Trump campaign. However, still no contact between Donald and Melania, Meyers said.

He also took aim at the grand title of the new budget. Boy, you can tell that from the name Trump loves this budget, he said. When he doesnt love something, hell give it a boring name like Eric.

Trumps first foreign visit is also to include a visit with the pope. I cant wait to ask him why he wears that ridiculous thing on his head, said the pope, Meyers joked.

Finally, on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, the host spoke about how Sean Spicer feels about having Trump leave the country. Lets just say he had the first good week on the job in quite some time, he said.

He then showcased a spoof trailer, imagining Spicer as Tom Cruises character in Risky Business as the freaker of the house. It was called Spicy Business.

Source: http://www.theguardian.com/us

Late-night hosts on Trump’s budget: ‘Make the poor live on squirrel meat again’

Comics, including Stephen Colbert and Seth Meyers, discussed the budget cuts in the presidents latest proposal, which would affect many of his core voters

Late-night hosts on Tuesday took aim at the Trump administrations latest budget proposal and its extreme cuts affecting poorer citizens.

On The Late Show, Stephen Colbert spoke about the name that its been given: A New Foundation for American Greatness. Hes building that foundation out of the ground-up bones of poor people, he joked.

The budget proposes cuts to programs that wold help feed and provide medical care to children. I know this is an unpopular opinion these days, but I believe that children should go to the doctor and eat, he said.

What he found strange is that the whole thing is particularly cruel to one minority group in particular: Trumps voters, which led Colbert to develop a new slogan for Trump: Make the poor live on squirrel meat again.

He also spoke about the proposed reduction to the National Cancer Institute. Trump said wed be sick of winning and hes ready to deliver on the first half of that sentence, he said.

Another cut would be to the Centers for Disease Control. Whenever that thing inside of Steve Bannon bursts out and goes airborne, we will not be prepared to handle it, Colbert joked.

He briefly discussed new reports that Trump had hoped to muddy the waters in regards to the Russia investigation. Muddy the waters also Trumps environmental policy, he said.

On Late Night with Seth Meyers, the host spoke about the former CIA chief John Brennan confirming that there was contact between Russian officials and the Trump campaign. However, still no contact between Donald and Melania, Meyers said.

He also took aim at the grand title of the new budget. Boy, you can tell that from the name Trump loves this budget, he said. When he doesnt love something, hell give it a boring name like Eric.

Trumps first foreign visit is also to include a visit with the pope. I cant wait to ask him why he wears that ridiculous thing on his head, said the pope, Meyers joked.

Finally, on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, the host spoke about how Sean Spicer feels about having Trump leave the country. Lets just say he had the first good week on the job in quite some time, he said.

He then showcased a spoof trailer, imagining Spicer as Tom Cruises character in Risky Business as the freaker of the house. It was called Spicy Business.

Source: http://www.theguardian.com/us

Late-night hosts on Trump’s budget: ‘Make the poor live on squirrel meat again’

Comics, including Stephen Colbert and Seth Meyers, discussed the budget cuts in the presidents latest proposal, which would affect many of his core voters

Late-night hosts on Tuesday took aim at the Trump administrations latest budget proposal and its extreme cuts affecting poorer citizens.

On The Late Show, Stephen Colbert spoke about the name that its been given: A New Foundation for American Greatness. Hes building that foundation out of the ground-up bones of poor people, he joked.

The budget proposes cuts to programs that wold help feed and provide medical care to children. I know this is an unpopular opinion these days, but I believe that children should go to the doctor and eat, he said.

What he found strange is that the whole thing is particularly cruel to one minority group in particular: Trumps voters, which led Colbert to develop a new slogan for Trump: Make the poor live on squirrel meat again.

He also spoke about the proposed reduction to the National Cancer Institute. Trump said wed be sick of winning and hes ready to deliver on the first half of that sentence, he said.

Another cut would be to the Centers for Disease Control. Whenever that thing inside of Steve Bannon bursts out and goes airborne, we will not be prepared to handle it, Colbert joked.

He briefly discussed new reports that Trump had hoped to muddy the waters in regards to the Russia investigation. Muddy the waters also Trumps environmental policy, he said.

On Late Night with Seth Meyers, the host spoke about the former CIA chief John Brennan confirming that there was contact between Russian officials and the Trump campaign. However, still no contact between Donald and Melania, Meyers said.

He also took aim at the grand title of the new budget. Boy, you can tell that from the name Trump loves this budget, he said. When he doesnt love something, hell give it a boring name like Eric.

Trumps first foreign visit is also to include a visit with the pope. I cant wait to ask him why he wears that ridiculous thing on his head, said the pope, Meyers joked.

Finally, on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, the host spoke about how Sean Spicer feels about having Trump leave the country. Lets just say he had the first good week on the job in quite some time, he said.

He then showcased a spoof trailer, imagining Spicer as Tom Cruises character in Risky Business as the freaker of the house. It was called Spicy Business.

Source: http://www.theguardian.com/us

The Secret Life of Pets review hyperactive with furry laughter

So what do humans really do all day? Their pets are baffled in this frenetic New York-set family animation

Toy Story has been rewritten for pets in this family animation, packed with quirkily voiced characters of all shapes and sizes, frenetically hyperactive, and crammed with detail in the traditional manner plenty of swooning images of New York that appear to belong to a more romcom-type of film. Just as pet owners wonder what their pets do all day while theyre out, pets are baffled as to what their human masters and mistresses find to occupy themselves with during this mysterious time of work. Max (voiced by Louis CK) is a terrier who is outraged when his owner brings home a new rescue dog that he must now live with: Duke (voiced by Eric Stonestreet). At first mortal enemies, they become pals when they find themselves collarless and menaced by strays. Its not ground-breaking, but there are laughs, and it is a good audience movie.

Watch the trailer for The Secret Life of Pets

Read more: https://www.theguardian.com/film/2016/jun/23/secret-life-pets-film-review-family-animation-new-york

The Secret Life of Pets review hyperactive with furry laughter

So what do humans really do all day? Their pets are baffled in this frenetic New York-set family animation

Toy Story has been rewritten for pets in this family animation, packed with quirkily voiced characters of all shapes and sizes, frenetically hyperactive, and crammed with detail in the traditional manner plenty of swooning images of New York that appear to belong to a more romcom-type of film. Just as pet owners wonder what their pets do all day while theyre out, pets are baffled as to what their human masters and mistresses find to occupy themselves with during this mysterious time of work. Max (voiced by Louis CK) is a terrier who is outraged when his owner brings home a new rescue dog that he must now live with: Duke (voiced by Eric Stonestreet). At first mortal enemies, they become pals when they find themselves collarless and menaced by strays. Its not ground-breaking, but there are laughs, and it is a good audience movie.

Watch the trailer for The Secret Life of Pets

Read more: https://www.theguardian.com/film/2016/jun/23/secret-life-pets-film-review-family-animation-new-york