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I barrowed this movie coople years ago i am really glad you got this movie i asked someone on my computer i really am happy you got this dvd finally and can you get marley and me puppy days and i am number 1 for this movie ever and yesterday was my brithday and on Dec 16 was my friends brithday i remeber that this movie i watched last time was in 2010 the man thart is in this movie remines me a lot by my old friend Lucas Dawson just by looking at his hair it remines me of him i evan prtended. that i and Lucas stared in this kmovie in 2010 cause that ws the very last time i ever had watched.
Tear-jerker that is wonderful to watch, especially if you have ever shared your life with a dog that knows no behavior limits.
I watched this fully expecting not to like it- but you'd have to be pretty hard hearted and cynical not to appreciate its charms even a little bit.
How many movies do we see in this modern age that (rightly) devote so much attention to such an adorable animal while making itself something to watch for the entire family? I can't think of any others right now, so on we go. Based on the memoirs of the same name, the writer John Grogan and his wife Jenny, in an attempt to prepare themselves for having kids, acquire a Labrador retriever puppy who is named Marley after singer Bob Marley. Then, as Marley grows up, hijinks ensue as the family grows and changes, all the while they all continue to bond with their furry companion. Much like the book it's based on, this film should tug at the heartstrings from beginning to end. Owen Wilson and Jennifer Aniston actually do make a convincing couple. They're not perfect, but absolute perfection is boring. The flaws in their "coupling" are what make them more interesting to watch, even during the more hammy moments. You'll laugh, you'll cry, and you'll...experience just about every emotion known to man. This film is a 21st century family picture and should not be missed.
Jennifer Aniston and Owen Wilson are upstaged by a dog, and family friendly cuteness. Because that is where their careers are now.
Originally produced as a motion picture in 2008 and based on the book by John Grogan, this 115-minute comedy-drama depicts an amazing, amusing and incorrigible dog called Marley.
The film portrays John Grogan and his family's life during the thirteen years that they lived with their dog Marley, and the relationships and lessons from this period.
Marley, a yellow Labrador Retriever, appears as a high-strung, boisterous, and somewhat uncontrolled dog.
He is strong, powerful, endlessly hungry, eager to be active, and often destructive.
It is definitely a good movie for dog-lovers.
Although I enjoyed it, the first two-thirds of the film are somewhat repetitious and boring.
"Hachi" is certainly much better as a docudrama.
Dog had a hot mess existence if you read the book which the movie captured. Author & his wife weren't living the Disney lifestyle.
Inappropriate, NOT for little kids. I was shocked when I watched this. Not very much about the dog, just the people.
In the beginning it was a very funny and cute movie. Towards the end it was sad. If I watch a comedy I want it to be a comedy not change all of sudden and go another direction becoming a different genre stealing the moments where I was laughing throughout the movie.
Family style movie about a man, woman and dog. Didn't find this movie one of Owen Wilson's best or funniest. Sunday afternoon family movie.
An object lesson on why to train your dog. My Inner dog trainer cringed throughout this entire movie, but it wasn't as bad as I had warned it would be. Very sad ending though.
I love this movie so much that I want to see it again. This movie is all age and I think it a good for family or other to see the movie. =D
GREAT Movie it is sad but it still is a great movie. I would also say that non dog lovers would even cry at the end. I am a dog lover
Follows a young married couple and how their dreams and ambitions change over the years of work and kids. Better than I expected.
The book is better than the movie. Seeing a dog not being trained and being so destructive as a result was a little over the top. Was a nice love story though between the family and the dog,
The book is worlds better then the film. The film suffers from the bad casting of the two leads. Owen Wilson isn't as funny as he thinks he is, and Jennifer Aniston is, frankly, the most annoying actress on the planet.
I think animal-lovers will enjoy this movie. I don't much care for dogs, but it is a lovely family story.
The acting was good in this, and all the actors had great chemistry it just wasn't my sort of movie. I would recommend this to fans of family friendly romantic comedies.
Not as good as the book. I felt that the chemistry between Owen Wilson and Jennifer Aniston was just a bit off and the entire storyline seemed disjointed. It did make me cry in the end though...so, three stars and a half stars.