People come up to me all the time and say, "O'Leary, you've got the best job in the world." I humbly direct their attention to films like this. If you're desperate for a film in which talking animals wear ties and sport sunglasses, pet-related puns are the order of the day, and things that aren't bones are shaped just like bones, this sequel to the 2001 animals-as-superspies flick Cats & Dogs has got you covered. James Marsden, Nick Nolte, Christina Applegate, Katt Williams, Bette Midler, Neil Patrick Harris and Roger Moore provide the voices for the unconvincing CGI creatures, but I feel for poor Chris O'Donnell, who has literally nothing to do here as one of the only actual humans on screen. To say that this film is forgettable is to imply that it lingered in my brain long enough to be remembered in the first place—which just ain't the case. I've had afternoon naps that are more noteworthy.82 minutes PG.