Owen Wilson and Jennifer Aniston go to the dogs with Marley & Me, a tale of a couple embarking on th... read moree adventure of marriage, career, family, and the world's worst dog. At least that's how writer and newlywed John comes to describe his blonde lab, Marley, when he takes the puppy home and finds that the fluff-ball has an uncanny ability to eat and/or destroy just about anything. As years go by, John and his wife, Jennifer, contemplate having babies and moving across the country, while Marley grows into 100 lbs. of funny, wild, completely untrainable canine companionship -- as well as one of the most important people in the family. Marley & Me is based on the best-selling autobiographical book by columnist John Grogan. ~ Jeremy Wheeler, Rovi
... i was very pleased... it tapped alot of emotions i had for my dog... and yeah... owen wilson and jennifer aniston both did a good job...
Reviewed 29 days days ago
If you're an "animal person" this movie will speak to you (you don't even have to be a dog-specific person, but probably even better if you are). It was more than a "dog movie" - I liked
Reviewed 11 months days ago
Sappy story, especially hard for me because I have a dog that's health is failing. :sob:
Jamie Lee Curtis
A pampered Chihuahua accustomed to the living the good life in glamorous Beverly Hills must rein in ... read moreher heiress instincts and rely on the kindness of strangers in order to find her way back home after becoming hopelessly lost in Mexico. Chloe (voice of Drew Barrymore) is a diamond-clad toy dog who favors traveling in her wealthy owner's purse over frolicking in an open park, and Papi (voice of George Lopez) is the kind of independent pup that she doesn't afford a second glance. When a vacation mishap leaves Chloe stranded in Mexico, the Chihuahua who doesn't speak a lick of Spanish must rely on street-smart German shepherd Delgado (voice of Andy Garcia) to guide her back home before she wanders any further south. Meanwhile, brave Papi races to the border intent on proving his love for Chloe by tracking her down and escorting her home in style. Along the way, Papi is joined by an enthusiastic pack of helpful pooches (voices of Luis Guzman, Plácido Domingo, and Eddie "Piolin" Sotelo) a pair of concerned humans (Piper Perabo and Manolo Cardona), an anxious iguana (voice of Paul Rodriguez), and a crafty rat (voice of Cheech Marin). ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
b side plot that involves Chloe beings chased by a gang called 'The Dog Fights' who want to put the dog up for ransom.
Let's see: Gay . . . gay . . . gay . . . . and even more gay. The movie starts
Reviewed 11 months days ago
i've seen other dog and puppy movies, NONE are like this one though! :)
Reviewed 14 months days ago
. Some really cute dog moments, but after a while Drew Barrymore's voice started to grate on me.... or maybe that was j
Based on the 1987 Japanese film Hachiko Monogatari, as well as on a true story, Hachi: A Dog's Tale ... read morestars Richard Gere as a college professor who finds an abandoned dog and takes the poor lost animal in. The film follows the two as the man and animal soon form a strong and unexplainable bond. Joan Allen co-stars in the Inferno Entertainment production. ~ Cammila Albertson, Rovi
have I done? I have avoided watching this because I knew it would be a tear jerker! Sad ;( The dog is beautiful.
Reviewed 2 months days ago
"A dog owns nothing, but is seldom dissatisfied." Nothing like a dog's loyalty, people can learn alot f
Reviewed 12 months days ago
Heartwarming true story about a friendship between a man and his dog, it's was surprisingly sad half an hour before the end and I mean the whole half an hour, haven'
Eight brave sled dogs search for the master who is looking for a way to rescue them in this adventur... read moree drama. An American geologist (Bruce Greenwood) flies to Antarctica to participate in a project at the United States Research Base, where he teams up with arctic guide Jerry Shepard (Paul Walker) and his best friend, Cooper (Jason Biggs). The scientist soon discovers that Shepard also has eight other valuable friends -- a pack of sled dogs he's worked with for years, who have rescued him from a number of tight spots. As the three men explore a frozen mountain region, an unexpected accident coupled with a massive storm front forces them to fly to safety, leaving the dogs behind. Shepard is determined to rescue his canine friends, but he has to wait until the weather will allow him to travel back to the mountain, while the dogs struggle against the elements to survive as they attempt to make their way back home. Eight Below was inspired by a true story involving Japanese researchers exploring the Antarctic in 1957; the story was made into the film Nankyoku Monogatari. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi
. Any dog lover would enjoy this movie.
Reviewed 25 days days ago
. this was so heart braeking that a literally cried. i mean it had so much drama. if your a dog person like me take my advice dont watch cause u will be in a lake of tears and even if your not
Reviewed 12 months days ago
i miss that one dog...i can't member his name tho...was it Jack er somethin like that!
When advertising exec Phil Winslow (Lee Pace) gets an offer to head the account for a California-bas... read moreed dog-food company, he uproots his wife (($Judy Greer}), three kids, and their beloved Great Dane, Marmaduke (voiced by Owen Wilson), from Kansas to the Sunshine State. Once there, the big canine befriends a group of mutts at the local dog park, but after a surfing competition brings Marmaduke celebrity, he turns his back on his new pals. Eventually, a disaster helps the oversized hound and Phil learn about the importance of family and friendship. ~ Perry Seibert, Rovi
. I think seeing Owen Wilson as a dog is as worse than Owen Wilson as a car. It's the same annoying story that we heard a million time
Reviewed 6 months days ago
If you own a dog then this is funny in parts but is ruined by some bad cgi .
Reviewed 20 months days ago
I love movies with dogs the dog was awesome.. this was a cute kids movie.
In a 1950s-era alternate universe where domesticated zombies play a functional role in society by de... read morelivering the milk, carrying the mail, and even helping out with household chores, one boy is about to find out just how big of a personal responsibility "pet" ownership truly is. When the Earth passed through a cloud of space dust and the dead arose from their graves to devour the flesh of the living, it first seemed that all hope for humanity was lost. Society's rapid slide into chaos, however, was soon halted when scientists at a company called ZomCom created a special collar that turned the rampaging animated corpses docile. Now, thanks to ZomCom, everything is under control -- or is it? Timmy Robinson (K'Sun Ray) isn't quite convinced. Quiet and withdrawn, the skeptical young boy spends so much time locked away in his room that he's almost become invisible around the household. His mother Helen (Carrie-Anne Moss) has recently purchased a zombie to help keep things tidy around the house though, and when the creature attempts to engage the curious youngster in a game of catch, a friendship is forged between boy and zombie that finds the amiable gut-muncher nicknamed Fido (Billy Connolly) practically becoming a part of the family. Things take a turn for the worse however, when Fido's collar malfunctions and Timmy's neighbors begin dying in droves. When ZomCom's top zombie control specialist Mr. Bottoms (Henry Czerny) moves in across the street from Timmy, the increasingly complicated situation threatens to place a serious stumbling block in the path of human-zombie relations. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
d to a civilization where the dead can live among the living, but under the control of a mechanical dog collar fitted around their necks. The zombies are now under the control of an organization calle
Reviewed 3 years days ago
. A lassie meets night of the living dead kinda vibe. Instead of a pet dog, he has a zombie named Fido. That he tought to fetch. And sometimes bites the neighbors. Biza
Reviewed 6 years days ago
. Some of the humor is a little phoned in, but it's a refreshing take on the whole boy-and-his-dog angle.
Hollywood's hottest canine commodity has gotten hopelessly lost after wandering away from his master... read more, and now the former movie star has become the beacon of hope for a small-town firehouse on the verge of collapse. Rex is the dog that every child in America has fallen in love with. A pompous A-list barker whose list of perks overshadows that of even the most esteemed Hollywood actor, Rex 's fate takes an unexpected turn when a skydiving stunt goes awry and his handlers assume that their cash-canine has perished as a result. Now, despite being very much alive, the former doggie diva has become just another mangy stray wandering the streets in search of a home. Lost in an unfamiliar city and pursued by animal control, Rex seeks refuge in a run down building that soon goes up in flames. Shane Fahey (Josh Hutcherson) is a rebellious preteen whose single-parent father, Connor (Bruce Greenwood), is struggling to care for his son and cope with the death of his brother, the former captain of the local fire department. Pressed with the responsibility of getting the crumbling inner-city fire house back in working order while helping his 12-year-old son deal with the untimely loss of a beloved family member, Connor just can't seem to convince Shane to keep his grades up and stop ditching school. Upon rescuing the unidentified Rex from the four-alarm blaze, Connor attempts to teach young Shane the meaning of responsibility by charging him with the task of locating the dog's owner. Despite an initial clash of personalities, the headstrong mutt and the disobedient adolescent soon form a strong bond. Subsequently adopted as the scrappy fire department's new mascot, Rex proves just the catalyst needed to reenergize the dejected firefighters and reform the once-tenuous bond between father and son. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi