Review of “DC League of Super-Pets”: Paw-some: Warner Bros. Discovery is supposedly owned by Warner Bros. Entertainment. But you could be forgiven for thinking it was the other way around these days.
I guess we’ll know for sure which brand is the best. When there’s a remake of “Bonnie and Clyde” with Joker and Harley Quinn finger puppets or a sequel to “Casablanca” with Ben Affleck and Gal Gadot.
This animated comedy is as energizing as green Kryptonite. It’s about a group of animals, voiced by stars like Dwayne Johnson and Kevin Hart, who get superpowers.
While we wait for these bad things to happen. “DC League of Super-Pets,” the latest corporate brand extension that went wrong, has come out. It’s a bad remake of
“The Secret Life of Pets,” which was a furry copy of “Toy Story.” What would happen if Superman’s dog jumped on his escape pod before he went back to Earth?
What if a lot of other pets got superpowers at the same time? More to the point, what if you filled an entire movie with silly characters who made jokes as bad as Mr Freeze’s in “Batman & Robin”?