Even bad dogs can be lovable.
This is the simple message most of us already knew and the one "Marley & Me" drives home in this fairly banal adaptation of John Grogan's popular memoir. Perhaps the message should have been: Let best-selling dogs lie.
"Marley & Me" might be easy to watch, but — even for die-hard canine lovers — it's as easy to forget.
Talented screenwriters Scott Frank ("Minority Report") and Don Roos ("The Opposite of Sex") clearly understand the appeal of man's best friend;...Full Story