Marmaduke

Marmaduke

(2010)

Marmaduke, a lovable Great Dane, leaps from comic strip fame (appearing in 600 newspapers in over 20 countries) to big screen stardom in this family comedy.... More

A suburban family moves to a new neighborhood in Orange County, California with their Great Dane, who has a tendency to wreak havoc in his own oblivious way. But its 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 Marmaduke his voice in the film, which also features the voices of Fergie, George Lopez, Emma Stone and Kiefer Sutherland.Hide

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to bad its not out because its awesome!!!!!!!!!


this movie was the best and i love it so much... and it rock my world it is the best movie when the DVD come out i go to buy it so much


is really good!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Awesome movie, i laughed and laughed. My 10 yr old loved it too. Definately reccommend it!!!


This movie is a piece of movie making genius


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The Press Reviews

  • If you like the comic strip, now in its 56th year, maybe you'll like it, maybe not. Marmaduke's personality isn't nearly as engaging as Garfield's. Then again, if personality is what you're in the market for, maybe you shouldn't be considering a lip-synched talking animal comedy in the first place. Full Review

  • Marmaduke is a functional and inoffensive family movie about a talking dog. Full Review

  • One thing Marmaduke does have in common with the earlier Disney titles is a blessed scarcity of crass bodily-function gags that often pass as family comedy. Full Review

  • Wilson's amiable vocal work keeps the predictability from becoming too grating. Full Review

  • These cinematic feats are accomplished with meat-cleaver editing and awkward, jittery computer-generated imagery. The well-cast voices for the expressionless animals are at least good for a few smirks. Full Review

  • Owen Wilson brings his laconic laidback tones to the pooch - and Sutherland does menacing well, but it's an unoriginal story which doesn't offer much into the mix. Full Review