Marley & Me Movie Review

Last week I watched such a loving and touching movie of a happy-go-lucky Golden Retriever puppy in the movie Marley & Me. I enjoyed watching the movie because I adore dogs and I love touching stories.

The part of the puppy is played by a Golden Retriever named Marley and was adopted by John( Owen Wilson ) and Jenny( Jennifer Aniston ). There’s a lot of funny, a lot of goofy by the film,s four-legged star, and definitely will bring everyone a good laugh. But Marley & Me also packs an emotional wallop. The story is written by John Grogan from his experiences with his dog Marley. The commercials and trailer give no indication of just how hard Marley & Me is going to hit animal lovers of all ages. It really gave me a surprise.

Marley & Me may not work for people who does not succumbed to the charms of dogs, but for anyone who had ever have a canine companion this movie is for you. Marley & Me is sweet, touching, and has a lot of heart. Not only from the adorable puppy but also a great performance from Owen and Jennifer as the co-star of Marley & Me, giving a more realistic look at a married life. 

Marley & Me grabs you from the opening moments and never let’s go. Marley & Me is a real tear-jerker. I believe that you would have a heart of stone not to fall in love with the beautiful story.

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1 Comment (+add yours?)

  1. Ivan
    Apr 05, 2011 @ 08:18:53

    Dear Diana,
    Most of the review was cut and pasted from the web, not good! The only way to improve your writing is to keep on writing not by copying other’s work.

    Reply

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