Marmaduke 2010

Marmaduke

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Dull and unfunny, Marmaduke offers family filmgoers little more than another round of talking animals and scatological humor.

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With the help of his best feline friend, a lovable Great Dane named Marmaduke (Owen Wilson) helps his family (Lee Pace, Judy Greer) adjust to their new lives in Orange County, California. Although he is loving life and living large in The O.C., he is discovering that fitting in with his new pals at the dog park is not always easy.

Cast & Crew

Owen Wilson
Marmaduke
Voice
Lee Pace
Phil Winslow
Judy Greer
Debbie Winslow
David Walliams
Anton Harrison
Finley Jacobsen
Brian Winslow
Caroline Sunshine
Barbara Winslow
Emma Stone
Mazie
Voice
George Lopez
Carlos
Voice
Tom Dey
Director
Tim Rasmussen
Screenwriter
Vince Di Meglio
Screenwriter
Jeffrey Stott
Executive Producer
Derek Dauchy
Executive Producer
Arnon Milchan
Executive Producer
Tariq Jalil
Executive Producer
Greg Gardiner
Cinematographer
Sandy Cochrane
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Critic Reviews for Marmaduke

All Critics (102) | Top Critics (28) | Fresh (9) | Rotten (93)

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  • May 21, 2014
    I really love Movies with talking Animals, and their quotes are so funny.
    NaWie M Super Reviewer
  • Jul 05, 2012
    The comic strip character of Marmaduke wasn't exactly calling for a motion picture. But give a film a recognisable name and you can sell anything. Marmaduke follows the adventures of a dog and his family as they move from Kansas to California. The dog is a little prick. He purposefully causes problems, such as ruining the house, hurting people, and making a mess. He enjoys acting this way. He breaks the fourth wall and talks to us but we don't care. I don't want to hear from him. He sucks. Early on Marmaduke farts and says he is juvenile. That's the film in a nutshell. It's filled with a voice cast hoping they wont be recognised and that you'll leave before the end credits. Obviously Wilson and Sutherland are unmistakeable, but I think the rest should be named and shamed. Steve Coogan, Emma Stone, Christopher Mintz-Plasse. Hand your heads. As Marmaduke and co go on a series of adventures, in one of which Marmaduke turns into a raging racist and starts hating on half-breeds. Unfortunately he doesn't go the way of Voldemort. Meanwhile the humans are involved in a very dull plot involving marketing for an organic pet food company. Pace plays the kind of father who is constantly beaten down. His family would rather he risk his job and look for their dog instead of going to an important meeting. The comedy is atrocious. I keep hearing the argument that this is for kids. Then why does it reference dozens of adult films? Almost Famous, Midnight Cowboy, The Elephant Man. These are just a few stolen lines that make no damn sense at all. There's also two drug references. This is really scraping the bottom of the barrel, with outdated and simplified lessons on life, and a sudden climax involving a road collapsing. It was horrible.
    Luke B Super Reviewer
  • Jun 10, 2012
    kids will find something here but for the rest of us this is just a poor film. The screenplay is terrible and the story is all over the place. surely the formula for kids films would have been a better option.
    Brendan N Super Reviewer
  • Mar 24, 2012
    Lets be basic, terrible.
    Scott G Super Reviewer

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