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New Marmaduke Trailer Arrives
And leaves us feeling dog tired of CG

26 March 2010  |  Written by James White  |  Source: Yahoo Movies

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Forget that Scott Pilgrim nonsense – the one trailer you know you’ve been waiting to see has also arrived. Ladies and gentlemen, the full theatrical promo forMarmaduke.

Yes, drink in the sight and sound of a giant pooch voiced by Owen Wilson, who travels across country with his family to their new home in California (cue The OC's theme tune for a hugely topical music joke). Our hero has some trouble making friends with the local canine population (including Kiefer Sutherland as a gruff Doberman) before winning over everyone and getting the girl, in the shape of a collie with Fergie’s voice.

We really don’t feel like we’re the target market for this film – kids will no doubt lap up the slapstick action and “witty” repartee between the animals like dogs with a fresh bowl of Winalot, but after the onslaught of Garfield, Beverly Hills Chihuahua and G-Force, we’re just a little sick of chatty critters.

Still, if you can’t get enough of dance sequences featuring dogs, go fetch.


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RE: not another
L: anakin solo christ another dog or talking dog movie, i can't stand it. And why is william h macy in this type of movie. sp; Two words: Mortgage Payments More

Posted by TheRealMacgyver at 14:44 on 29 March 2010 | Report This Post

Bring back Scooby Doo
Never was a fan of Marmaduke even when I was a kid (always got in the way of Heithcliff). Bring back Scooby Doo is what I say!!!! More

Posted by iwishiwasajedi at 20:06 on 27 March 2010 | Report This Post

I just want that Doberman to say.."Damnit Marmaduke, i need those schematics, the ambassador is goin to be on in FIVE minutes!" More

Posted by reinhardt76 at 19:42 on 27 March 2010 | Report This Post

not another
christ another dog or talking dog movie, i can't stand it. And why is william h macy in this type of movie. More

Posted by anakin solo at 00:12 on 27 March 2010 | Report This Post

future action hero http://www.imdb.com/name/nm2227414/ More

Posted by moosebuddy at 23:00 on 26 March 2010 | Report This Post

Looks more cheesy than a cheeseburger with extra cheese...
...and a tad more than a bit rubbish too! More

Posted by madboynutter at 17:59 on 26 March 2010 | Report This Post

I won't bother to see this. I'm not a 4 year old anymore!!! Bring me animated movies like 9 More

Posted by Yahzee at 16:51 on 26 March 2010 | Report This Post

Weird
I always thought Marmaduke was like an american Fred Bassett more than anything else. That wouldn't make much of a movie though I guess More

Posted by TheRealMacgyver at 12:51 on 26 March 2010 | Report This Post

The goafer gag actually made me laugh. More

Posted by darko18 at 12:29 on 26 March 2010 | Report This Post

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I cant watch it cause I'm in work but the idea of a dancing CGI dog is making me chuckle a little bit. More

Posted by Ste7enForever at 11:42 on 26 March 2010 | Report This Post

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oh my god...i think i'm going to be sick from all the cgi dancing... More

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