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Will You Go See Marley & Me in Theatres?

Will You Go See Marley & Me in Theatres?


For those of you who read the book (or plan to), will you be checking out Marley & Me, opening in theaters today? I already saw a press preview and, lemme tell you – it's a tearjerker.

After leaving the movie, all I wanted to do was go home and play with my dog . . . well, more than usual. I think I was touched by how much love the couple showed to their insanely mischievous dog and how, through it all, their "clearance puppy" was always there for them.

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klreynol klreynol 7 years
I'll probably wait til it comes out on DVD so I can have my cryfest in the privacy of my own home! I did read the book over the summer, and it was fantastic. My parents' 12 year old greyhound was deteriorating from bone cancer while I was reading it, so by the time I got to the end of the book I'd get maybe half a paragraph in before I started bawling. All in all, though, the book was fantastic and made me appreciate my puppy even more. =)
lawchick lawchick 7 years
I loved the book but I cried so much, and I think it would be even worse in movie form -- so, no. Like some of the other posters said, it's a little too close to home when you also have a very old dog. My husband is going to see it, though. He also cried at the end of the book.
tiggerchick2 tiggerchick2 7 years
The dog is adorable but I CAN'T stand Jennifer Aniston..so I will be passing on this one.
sexylibrarian sexylibrarian 7 years
I saw it today and I cried like a baby. It was really good. I did like the book better I must say.
sonya-ina sonya-ina 7 years
I haven't decided yet. I read the book, which was heartwarming and heartbreaking.
cupcake_ cupcake_ 7 years
It looks super cute but I think I'll wait until DVD.
Celebrity Celebrity 7 years
saw it, love it. cried and couldn't wait to get home to my 2 pups. jen and owen were so cute together but all those dogs were pretty amazing as well.
Jude-C Jude-C 7 years
Naw, it doesn't seem like the type of movie for me. The dog is super cute, though.
kristints kristints 7 years
This is just the kid of movie I would've seen with my grandma (we were very close) and she just passed away, so, I think I'd be tearing more than most.
wickedk8 wickedk8 7 years
I loved the book, but am not sure if I want to spend money to cry in a theater. The book made me want to play with my dog more too, especially since she is almost 12. I get sad just thinking about how old she is.
fuzzles fuzzles 7 years
I've been waiting for this movie ever since I read the book! I'm going to take it in after Christmas, though. And I will be lobbying for a seat near the back of the theater (i.e. near the exits) because I'm sure I will be a sniffling, teary-eyed, snot fountain by the end of the movie!
Asche Asche 7 years
This movie looks adorable, but I just can't watch Jennifer Aniston after the (tacky) lengths she went to promote this film. I still don't understand what posing naked with an American flag tie on has to do with a family movie about about a dog!
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