Review: Marley & Me

The dog’s name is in the title, and still I didn’t expect it would focus that much on the dog. It did. Unfortunately.
A dog doesn’t have too much depth, just doing its own naughty thing, year after year. With no real backstory, it’s basically jumping ahead everytime for no apparent reason, and hence, I wouldn’t really call this a comedy of any kind. They should’ve marketed it more truthfully as a drama, but even then, with all those time jumps, it’s not that invested in the characters anyway. Besides the cutie shots of the dog in his younger years, it has not much to offer.5.

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