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Marmaduke (2010)

PG | | Comedy, Family | 4 June 2010 (USA)
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A suburban family moves to a new neighborhood with their large, yet lovable Great Dane, who has a tendency to wreak havoc in his own oblivious way.

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Cast overview, first billed only:
... Marmaduke (voice)
... Mazie (voice)
... Carlos (voice)
... Giuseppe (voice)
... Raisin (voice)
... Jezebel (voice)
... Bosco (voice)
... Thunder (voice)
... Lightning (voice)
... Chupadogra (voice)
... Phil Winslow
... Debbie Winslow
... Barbara Winslow
... Brian Winslow
Mandy Haines ... Sarah Winslow
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Storyline

Marmaduke, the world's most lovable Great Dane, leaps from comic strip fame (appearing in six hundred newspapers in over twenty countries) to big screen stardom in this family comedy event. A suburban family moves to a new neighborhood in Orange County, California with their large, yet lovable Great Dane, who has a tendency to wreak havoc in his own oblivious way. But it's not all living large for the Duke, who finds that fitting in with his new four-legged friends, and a potential romantic interest, isn't always easy for a super-sized teenage dog. Owen Wilson gives the beloved Great Dane his voice in the film, which also features the voices of Fergie, George Lopez, Emma Stone, and Kiefer Sutherland. Written by jck movies

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Live Large See more »

Genres:

Comedy | Family

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated PG for some rude humor and language | See all certifications »

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Release Date:

4 June 2010 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Marmadjuk  »

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Box Office

Budget:

$50,000,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend USA:

$11,599,661, 6 June 2010, Wide Release

Gross USA:

$33,644,788

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$89,895,930
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2.35 : 1
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Trivia

Twin dogs were used for the title character. See more »

Goofs

When Marmaduke has the cone around his neck, his collar comes off along with it when he pulls it off with the fence. Then it's shown on his neck again as he walks away. See more »

Quotes

Marmaduke: Chupadogra?
Chupadogra: Who are you and what are you doing here?
Marmaduke: Please don't hurt me!
Chupadogra: You're a big boy. Good. The small ones ain't got enough meat on their bones.
[he snarls at Marmaduke]
Marmaduke: Please don't hurt me! I'm sorry, I...
[he hears the dog in a coughing fit]
Marmaduke: Are you okay?
Chupadogra: I'm more than all right.
[he is still coughing]
[...]
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Connections

Referenced in This Means War (2012) See more »

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Mr. Pitiful
Written by Matt Costa
Performed by Matt Costa
Courtesy of Brushfire Records / Universal Records
Under license from Universal Music Enterprises
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This might become a punching bag
4 June 2010 | by See all my reviews

Every now and then, a movie comes out that critics, general audiences, and social network users love to pick on. Furry Vengeance came out in April of this year, receiving bad reviews and performing badly at the box office because it was unappealing to moviegoers. Now we have another one of those flicks, and low and behold, it's in the same category. Talking animals, and an attempt to be family friendly, but instead looks poorly not-so family friendly. When I first heard about the flick, I thought it would be just humans talking and trying to help and protect animals through bad circumstances, something I would do if I made a movie. But then the front page said "featuring the voice of Owen Wilson", and I thought, uh-oh, another talking animal movie. I watched the trailer, and it threw at me all the stock clichés, comedic pauses, rated PG, men rejected by women even for heroic causes, a use of teenagers instead of elementary school children (ie. ET and it's rip off "Mac and Me"), use of stars who are desperate for a paycheck, and several gross-out jokes. It was like I was trained to expect this in every live action family comedy released in this day and age. Could it possibly get any worse, I thought. Yes it did. A terribly executed dog dance at the end was so assaultive that my eyes were about to bulge out of my skull just like BoCo when he was tricked by Bill and Ben in The Diseasel, a Thomas the Tank Engine episode. With businesses down, foreclosures of houses, lay offs of jobs, high ticket prices, a bad box office summer this year, high ticket prices, and the ability to criticize films on social networks these days, I don't exactly see this as a surefire success, but then again, I'm secretly and sadly expecting it to be. By the way, I'm all ready to go back to a decade and a half to simpler times when I go see Toy Story 3. Save your money on that. I think I see the downfall of good CGI and decency with talking animals here. So far Babe is the best talking animal movie I can think of. Maybe you should let your kids see that.


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