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Marley And Me

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After their wedding, newspaper writers John and Jennifer Grogan move to Florida.  As the Grogans mature and have children of their own, Marley continues to test everyone';s patience by acting like the world';s most impulsive dog.
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Cinematical
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December 17, 2009

I'm fairly sure that the book and the film shared a common goal -- to make its audience sit, stay, laugh, cry, then move on -- and at those modest aspirations, the movie succeeds.
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American Profile
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September 28, 2011

It's shaggy and scattered, but give Marley a biscuit for its realistic depiction of how powerful can be the bond between dogs and their "people."
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Washington Post
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December 29, 2008

Not every book has a movie lurking in it.
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Seattle Times

December 29, 2008

Frankel turns the camera toward the canines as frequently as possible, but too often we're stuck with Wilson and Aniston's bland characters. You wonder if it might have been better to let sleeping dogs lie.
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TheShiznit.co.uk
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September 29, 2012

Save some time; stay at home and think of your dead pets instead.
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Time Out
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March 13, 2009

Evidently contrived and something of an ungainly hybrid, the film shares its canine protagonist's facility for wearing down your resistance.
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January 12, 2011

If you like the Lassie films, or even Beethoven and Old Yeller, you'll probably find this one easy to like.
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Salon.com
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December 29, 2008

The movie is ultimately less about the pain of loss than about the way families often take shape around a pet.
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Shadows on the Wall
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July 07, 2010

Although billed as a romantic comedy, this film is neither: it's a drama spanning about two decades in a marriage
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At the Movies

December 29, 2008

The dog -- or the many dogs who play Marley through the years -- also delivers some of the funniest scenes.
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Quickflix
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October 21, 2014

I can vouch that director David Frankel succeeds in wringing out every last tear from the audience.
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