Have Dog- will make sentimental film
The Film opens with a Wedding.
Jen fashion news- bad wedding dress, bad hair.
Then moves on with abysmal snow SFX. Now cut to shiny happy people with helicopter shots of Miami? Ugh.
Things Jennifer Aniston is unconvincing at pretending to do in this film:
1. Writing in a giant Filofax.
2. Being a journalist.
3. Talking to pretend Irish people.
Now they have the Dog. I'm pretty sure they don't let you transport puppies loose in a car as this seems to be suggesting. You are supposed to have a kennel type thing.
I started the film yesterday morning. I got to about 45 minutes in and then I couldn't take any more.
So here I am again. Watching Marley and Me.
The good news is that it gets better- more emotionally manipulative, but less bad. The kids are much more believable, than the adults.
There is an obscure Dennis Wilson song on the soundtrack.
Overall the problem is one I'm sure will come up again and again; the utterly unconvincing performances from Owen Wilson and Ms Aniston.According to the special features there are 22 different dogs playing Marley. They could have tried that approach with the human characters.
Honestly the first part is so bad you'd have to be quite determined to get all the way through.
RATING: 1 Green Dress
For you to note: I had a local Liberal Democrat newsletter for when I got really bored and my father interrupted my 2nd viewing with a phone call.