After their wedding, newspaper writers John and Jennifer Grogan move to Florida. In an attempt to stall Jennifer's "biological clock", John gives her a puppy. While the puppy Marley grows into a 100 pound dog, he loses none of his puppy energy or rambunctiousness. Meanwhile, Marley gains no self-discipline. Marley's antics give John rich material for his newspaper column. As the Grogans mature and have children of their own, Marley continues to test everyone's patience by acting like the world's most impulsive dog.
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Their relationship wasn't going anywhere until one little thing tied it all together.
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25 December 2008 (USA)
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Opening Weekend USA: $36,367,586,
28 December 2008, Wide Release
Gross USA: $143,153,751, 30 April 2009
Cumulative Worldwide Gross: $244,082,376, 3 May 2009
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Aspect Ratio: 2.35 : 1
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Twenty-two different dogs played Marley. See more
At about an hour and a minute into the movie when John gets the newspaper from the drive and reads Sebastian's article on the drug war in Columbia; if you hit pause on the newspaper, you find the date to be April 5, 2001. However, the article is about Columbia requesting more funding for the war on drugs and on the second column there is a quote from "President Clinton." Bill Clinton
had already been out of office for almost three months on April 5, 2001 and George W. Bush
was president. See more
Tell your dog not to worry, sooner or later we all lose our balls.
References Of Mice and Men
Written by Kurt Cobain
Performed by Bruce Lash
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