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1.0 out of 5 stars How To Watch Marley And Me The Puppy Years., 14 Mar. 2012
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This review is from: Marley & Me: The Puppy Years [DVD] (DVD)
Start watching the original.
Eject the DVD (or blu ray) the moment Marley stops being a puppy.
Take a note of the running time.
Insert this cheap embarrassing cash in sequel/prequel/side-quel.
Try to work out and explain to your children why Marley can now talk.
Try to watch it.
When done, take a moment to pat yourself on the back.
Then insert DVD into fire place.
Ignite fire.
Return to the original Marley and Me.
Insert and start from the moment of previous ejection.
Cry at the end.
Now you know the entire epic 3 hour plus story of Marley!
From promising beginnings, to the middle (this 'film'-aimed at poor innocent 5 year olds)
to the distressing ending that will scar young children for life!
Marley would be spinning in his grave.
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Initial post: 4 Jul 2012 14:24:07 BDT
Andy BW says:
Your comment is written with a hint of sacrasm, but in principle you are right. In the first movie, which I really enjoyed (but I have no children at home and no pets!!!), a big part is missing because all of a sudden in the middle of the film Marley is grown-up.
But the thruth is also that this movie should not be watched by children. The ending is very emotional, and children who have a dog or cat will be constantly worried that their pet will also die soon.

In reply to an earlier post on 4 Jul 2012 14:53:16 BDT
Decky says:
You are right it is sarcastic, and Im sorry about that but I had a real point!
Its like watching Jar Jar Binks standing in poop and flapping about in Episode I then seeing Anakin Skywalker limbless, burning to a crisp and screaming in pain at the end of Episode III....Odd that its aimed at the same crowd.
Marley And Me is a great film, and I have no kids either and my girlfriend hated it, but its mad to think the 2 Marley films are aimed at the same audience!
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