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Marley & Me

Author: John Grogan

Rating: 5/5

Newly-wed John and Jenny Grogan steer their lives in a different direction when they bring home a Labrador retriever. A fluffy, whirlwind of energy, Marley grows into a mischievous adult dog, getting caught up in antics and throwing himself in life’s path. 365 more words


Film Review: Marley & Me (2008)

Photo Credit: Lloyd Dirks

I watched Marley and me on an airplane headed to Nicaragua years ago when it first came out and I remember liking it quite a bit. 794 more words


Marley & Aniston

Jennifer Aniston – an actor seen frequently doing great work in poor films, sometimes excellent work in good films, and occasionally, amazing work in excellent films. 420 more words

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“The Man Punted Baxter”: Supporting Dog Performances in Three Contemporary Comedies


Dogs are often referred to as being “man’s best friend”, as faithful and loyal companions which, for McLean (2014), is “a reason for their increased physical presence and a motivating force behind our desire to be entertained by them in mass media. 3,215 more words

Andrew Murray

A Dog's Purpose

Blatantly manipulative, wildly inconsistent, and lacking much in the way of any point, A Dog’s Purpose is a bad pup. 1,827 more words