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Digital Subscriptions > Woman > 20th June 2016 > It’s your WEEKEND Going out

It’s your WEEKEND Going out

All you need to make it a great one


The ONE big film

WHO? A bunch of lovable cartoon pets, including dogs max and duke, cat chloe and white rabbit snowball.

WHAT? When max starts to feel neglected by his owner after she brings home new pooch duke, a bitter rivalry ensues. But the pair quickly realise they have to put their differences to one side when snowball and an army of abandoned pets launch an attack. soon, it’s a full-blown animal war!

WHY? If you’re an animal lover who’s always wondered what your pets get up to when you go out

WHY NOT? If animated films like Toy Story have failed to charm you

VERDICT: Funny from the outset, this film’s definitely not just for kids!

OUT 24 JUNE Rated 4 out of 4 stars

Giovanna Fletcher

My weekend top 5


My husband tom [from Mcfly] and i love bingeing on TV box sets like Game Of Thrones or House Of Cards on netflix. kevin spacey is phenomenal!

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