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Overall B

Whoever said that a dog was man's best friend had obviously never met Marley! Although amazingly cute, the amazingly difficult yellow lab is wreaking havoc on the home and personal life of his owners, John and Jennifer Grogan (Owen Wilson and Jennifer Aniston).

Violence B-
Sexual Content C+
Profanity C+
Substance Use B

MPAA Rating: PG for thematic material, some suggestive content and language.

Marley & Me

The most recent home video release of this movie is March 31, 2009. Here are some details…

Release Date: 31 March 2009

Marley & Me releases in one, two or three disc versions. The Single DVD, which is presented in widescreen format, pats you on the head with additional deleted scenes and a gag reel. Audio tracks are available in 5.1 Dolby Surround (English, Spanish and French), with subtitles in English, Spanish and French.

If you are a really good boy, the Two-Disc Special Edition DVD (also in widescreen) rewards you with 19 deleted scenes (with commentary by director David Frankel), a gag reel and five featurettes (Finding Marley, Breaking the Golden Rule, On Set with Marley: Dog of All Trades, Animal Adoption and When Not to Pee), along with the Purina Dog Chow Marley & Me Video Contest Finalists and the Purina Dog Chow Video Hall of Fame. This package includes a Digital Copy. Audio tracks are available in 5.1 Dolby Surround (English), Dolby Surround Sound (Spanish and French), with subtitles in English and Spanish.

The Three-Disc Blu-Ray Edition treats you with a Blu-ray and DVD copy of the movie (in widescreen), as well as all the bonus extras found on the 2-disc DVD version, a Dog Training Trivia Track and Dog Training 101 (featuring a BonusView video). This package offers audio tracks recorded in 5.1 DTS HD Master Audio—Lossless (English) and Dolby Surround Sound 5.1 (Spanish, French and Portuguese), and subtitles in Spanish, Portuguese, Cantonese, Mandarin and Korean.

 

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