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Message Posted On Sunday, January 11th 2009 at 9:30 pm
From IMDb: A family learns important life lessons from their adorable, but naughty and neurotic dog.



I just saw this tonight. It was a really sweet movie. It's also the saddest movie ever. I was literally sobbing in the theater. I felt ridiculous. Bring an entire box of Kleenex if you plan on seeing this, especially if you've ever owned a pet.
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Message Posted On Monday, January 12th 2009 at 9:24 am
I can never watch this because I don't like movies starring Owen Wilson. He just grates on my nerves. And his nose should not be longer than that dog's...no, not Jennifer, the other mutt.
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Message Posted On Monday, January 12th 2009 at 6:51 pm
I can't stand the way he talks, for some reason, but it didn't really bother me in this movie.
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Message Posted On Monday, January 12th 2009 at 7:53 pm
Yes, saddest movie ever despite knowing it's coming the entire way through. But it was a really great movie, Owen Wilson and all.
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Message Posted On Tuesday, January 13th 2009 at 9:42 am
I think what really irritates me about Owen is his 1970's haircut. He looks exactly the same in each movie. And he looks like Steve Martin's kid.

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Message Posted On Tuesday, January 13th 2009 at 4:48 pm
What I love about this movie is the fact it's doing better at the box office then Button. I just think that's hysterical.
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Message Posted On Tuesday, January 13th 2009 at 4:55 pm
On Sunday, January 11th 2009 9:30 pm, holophonor wrote:
It's also the saddest movie ever.

On Monday, January 12th 2009 7:53 pm, tikidawg wrote:
Yes, saddest movie ever despite knowing it's coming the entire way through.

I saw this the other week and the two above statements are pretty much what I was going to post. And the worst part? I heard about the ending beforehand. So I knew it was coming. How pathetic am I? It doesn't help I had to go through an almost identical scenario with a dog about five years. It's just something that most dog owners go through.

My mom read the book and was complaining the whole time about how different the movie ways, as if this was the first time that's ever happened. Apparently the guy gets the dog way before anything else happens (marriage, moving, etc.) and it's more about the relationship between the two. Obviously the movie had a more romantic touch to it, it is a movie after all.

I enjoyed it for the most part. It was funny at times, sad at times, and touching at others. There was beautiful shots within, beaches in Florida, snow in Philly, and the field towards the end of the film. I also heard they used 17 different dogs throughout the movie. 17!!
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Message Posted On Tuesday, January 13th 2009 at 8:18 pm
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I also heard they used 17 different dogs throughout the movie. 17!!

That was the answer to a Free Kibble trivia question a few days ago.
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Message Posted On Tuesday, January 13th 2009 at 9:22 pm
On Tuesday, January 13th 2009 8:18 pm, holophonor wrote:
That was the answer to a Free Kibble trivia question a few days ago.

That just so happens to be where I "heard" that bit of information.

Today's question was super easy. Mack trucks? C'mon.



For those less informed..



And don't forget about the cats!
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Message Posted On Tuesday, January 20th 2009 at 2:54 pm
Hey I was in Westwood at the premiere of Marley & Me and of course I couldn't go because it was mostly celebrities and stuff, BUT I asked a security guard what he though of it and he said, "It's cute, it's cute, but it's saddd." And then I saw it, and I totally agree. I wont' comment on Owen's or Jen's acting, because I think they've both have had good AND bad flicks throughout the years.
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Message Posted On Wednesday, September 2nd 2009 at 4:56 am
Marley and me is a family comedy drama about John and Jennifer who have just started off with their careers and marriage and bring home a dog named Marley. .This movie is very funny movie .I download Marley and me movie from this website.


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Message Posted On Friday, September 4th 2009 at 1:35 am
I enjoyed this movie.
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Message Posted On Thursday, September 17th 2009 at 2:57 am

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Message Posted On Tuesday, November 3rd 2009 at 1:53 am
Awesome movie....
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Message Posted On Tuesday, December 22nd 2009 at 10:41 pm
On Tuesday, January 13th 2009 4:55 pm, Ryan wrote:
On Sunday, January 11th 2009 9:30 pm, holophonor wrote:
It's also the saddest movie ever.

On Monday, January 12th 2009 7:53 pm, tikidawg wrote:
Yes, saddest movie ever despite knowing it's coming the entire way through.

I saw this the other week and the two above statements are pretty much what I was going to post. And the worst part? I heard about the ending beforehand. So I knew it was coming. How pathetic am I? It doesn't help I had to go through an almost identical scenario with a dog about five years. It's just something that most dog owners go through.

My mom read the book and was complaining the whole time about how different the movie ways, as if this was the first time that's ever happened. Apparently the guy gets the dog way before anything else happens (marriage, moving, etc.) and it's more about the relationship between the two. Obviously the movie had a more romantic touch to it, it is a movie after all.

I enjoyed it for the most part. It was funny at times, sad at times, and touching at others. There was beautiful shots within, beaches in Florida, snow in Philly, and the field towards the end of the film. I also heard they used 17 different dogs throughout the movie. 17!!



Hey Marley and me is very touching movie. It's storyline is more than enough to take your breath away, it’s got some magnetic force that captivates you with immediate effect.

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