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Marmaduke

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Because Phil Winslow has a new chance for his work, he decides to move to new neighborhood with his wife, three kids and their beloved Great Dane, Marmaduke. In new place, he must deal with problems which is created by his oversized dog.
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CRITICS OF "Marmaduke"
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Daily Express (UK)
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August 23, 2010

There is only so much fun you can have with a talking dog and Marmaduke quickly exhausts the possibilities.
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Movies for the Masses
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September 11, 2010

full review at Movies for the Masses
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At the Movies

June 07, 2010

This movie is one big dog.
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Daily Telegraph (UK)
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August 21, 2010

Better than Cats & Dogs, but praise hardly comes much lower.
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Variety

June 04, 2010

Scripters Tim Rasmussen and Vince Di Meglio have cobbled together a plot from bits and pieces of other family-friendly pics.
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7M Pictures
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January 19, 2014

a gross mis-use of CGI animals
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Time Out
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June 09, 2010

Truly a milquetoast Scooby Snack for pet-friendly families who thrill to computer-generated mouth movements on real-life four-legged critters.
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Bullz-Eye.com
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September 07, 2010

Marmaduke sinks to Beverly Hills Chihuahua levels of awfulness and only reaffirms that talking animals aren't funny -- they're boring.
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L.A. Weekly
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June 04, 2010

Brad Anderson's long-running saga of the melty-looking Winslow family and the gangling, interfering Great Dane that should've been put to sleep ages ago gets a film treatment.
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London Evening Standard

August 26, 2010

Spectacularly sentimental, full of ridiculous computer-animated action, and makes sure its animals are a good deal less pallid than the humans on view.
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At the Movies

June 07, 2010

I had a Scooby-Doo nightmare flashback.
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Globe and Mail
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June 04, 2010

This is another opus to take that small, well-trodden step from the funny pages to the big screen. But we're in live-action territory here, meaning that real people actors compete for camera time with real dog actors.
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