Marley and Me

Marley and Me
Marley and Me

Year

2008

Duration

113 minutes

Genres

Drama

Language

English

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Synopsis

Anyone who has had a pet knows how they can come to completely dominate your life. This film, based on a best-selling memoir, is the story of the Grogan family and their relationship with their destructive but lovable Golden Labrador Marley. It's a laughter and tears kind of film, in which actors Owen Wilson and Jennifer Aniston definitely take second billing to the 22 different dogs who played Marley.

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Contains one scene of mild violence, mild sex references and language.

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