Marley & Me
Marley & Me

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A family learns important life lessons from their adorable, but naughty and neurotic dog.

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Entertainment Weekly - 9/10 by Owen Gleiberman Wilson has a scene near the end with Marley that's the most wrenchingly tender acting of his career.
Laramie Movie Scope - 9/10 by Robert Roten It is a very positive film, so it won't appeal to cynics, but it should appeal to just about everyone else.
Reel Film Reviews - 9/10 by David Nusair ...the strength of the finale effectively elevates everything that preceded it...
Commercial Appeal (Memphis, TN) - 8/10 by John Beifuss Directed with admirable sensitivity and spot-on populist instincts...
Seattle Post-Intelligencer - 8/10 by Sean Axmaker Looks to be this season's family animal comedy.
Chicago Sun-Times - 8/10 by Roger Ebert When Marley is not on the screen, Wilson and Aniston demonstrate why they are gifted comic actors. They have a relationship that's not too sitcomish, not too sentimental, mostly smart and realistic.
ReelViews - 8/10 by James Berardinelli It's an enjoyable and unpretentious perspective of life that reminds us how important and rewarding the little things can be.
Miami Herald - 8/10 by Connie Ogle Marley & Me gets so many of the details right, particularly in its final act, when it turns into a five-hanky weeper.
Chicago Tribune - 8/10 by Jessica Reaves And then there's Alan Arkin, who, as John's editor, is hilarious and dry--it's frankly a shame he's not onscreen for every single scene.
Baltimore Sun - 8/10 by Chris Kaltenbach Wilson, who has never made the film in which he convincingly played sincere, turns out to be a wise choice to play John Grogan.
Philadelphia Inquirer - 8/10 by Carrie Rickey The humans, particularly the wistful Wilson, deadpan Alan Arkin (as Grogan's editor) and Nathan Gamble, a 10-year-old who plays the eldest Grogan child, are very affecting. Aniston, who has great offbeat comic timing, doesn't quite find her rhythm here.
The Globe and Mail (Toronto) - 8/10 by Rick Groen Never brilliant but always solid and often wry, Marley & Me is what it celebrates -- an amiable overachiever.

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