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(20065) 5.3 87 min 2016

Nine Lives is a movie starring Kevin Spacey, Jennifer Garner, and Robbie Amell. A stuffy businessman finds himself trapped inside the body of his family's cat.

Starring
Jennifer Garner, Robbie Amell, Cheryl Hines, Kevin Spacey
Genres
Fantasy, Comedy, Drama, Family
Director
Barry Sonnenfeld

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Fantasy, Comedy, Drama, Family
Director Barry Sonnenfeld
Writer Dan Antoniazzi, Matt Allen, Ben Shiffrin, Gwyn Lurie, Caleb Wilson
Stars Jennifer Garner, Robbie Amell, Cheryl Hines, Kevin Spacey
Country China, France, Canada
Also Known As Una vita da gatto, 我的老爸喵星人, Kilenc élet, Dokuz Canlı Bay Tüylü, Εννιά ζωές, Üheksa elu, Devet života, Voll verkatert, Aqui Há Gato!, Meneer Pluizenbol, Mi papá es un gato, Devyni gyvenimai, Mr. Fuzzypants, Virei um Gato, Mar tesha neshamot, Jak zostać kotem, Deviņas dzīvības, Bố Tôi Là Mèo, Nouã vieti, Ma vie de chat, メン・イン・キャット, Siete vidas: Este gato es un peligro, Les neuf vies de M. Boule-de-poil, Ma Vie de Chat
Runtime 1H 27M
Description When a business man goes to find a cat for his daughter he ends up getting more than what he bargained for ending up becoming the cat in order to restore his relationship with not only his daughter but his whole family as he is always busy.

Top reviews

Tuesday, 09 Jun 2020 03:09

How do you take a novel by a man whose novel I greatly admire and make it into a film? That was the question that I asked myself when I first saw the trailer. I looked up the book's author and it turned out that he had died a few years before this film was released and this was his final novel. I must admit that I was a bit skeptical. A book about a sailor, a natural born leader, all the while he was a sailor, that wasn't exactly my idea of a great story. So I was pleasantly surprised. The plot of the book is unique, it is a tale of betrayal and betrayal and the rise and fall of two sailors on an adventure to find a treasure hidden somewhere in the world. There are many moments in this film that I really enjoyed. I liked how the book started and how it ended, and how it was filmed without the use of special effects or computer generated effects. I also enjoyed the way that the book ended, and how it was filmed. I really appreciated the acting of the cast and the fact that it was a real movie. I particularly liked the way that the actors connected with each other and I loved the way the film ended. I also enjoyed the way the film portrayed the relationship between the two brothers, particularly the way that they interacted and developed their relationship. As I said in the beginning of the review, I'm not really an Academy Award-watcher and don't really care for these awards. The only thing that I can say about the film is that I found it a very entertaining film. I also think that this movie will be a popular movie because it portrays a classic tale of love, adventure, friendship and betrayal and because of that it will be one of the films that will be remembered in the years to come. I hope that you like the movie as much as I did. I hope that it will be a favorite for many years to come.
Wednesday, 03 Jun 2020 21:29

This film is an adaptation of a book, and although the book is a fine one, the film is just as good, if not better. Two families take turns with the 'three lives' of an unhappy orphaned boy who goes to live with his Uncle, his Aunt and his grandparents. On the way, he tries to keep up the pretence of being a normal young man, but his two 'non-existent' parents have a secret that the 'different' one's (the Aunt and the Uncle) don't want to tell him. This secret would be a major source of tension, if the film had been a comedy. Instead it is a drama, but there is much more to it than that. Of course, we know that a story like this can't really happen, but there is a very real element about the film that makes it all seem more plausible. This is the aspect that this movie really tries to bring out. The opening scene, which takes place in a hospital, is intense and shocking. It starts as a moving scene of the 'bad guys' murdering the 'good' parents, and then gets very intense, as they tell the sad story of how it came to this, in very real terms. It doesn't use the black humour that you might expect, but rather the emotion and focus that you can see in the plot. This is where the film is strongest, and I'm not sure whether this is a good or bad thing. The performance of both John Goodman and Russell Crowe are very impressive. Crowe plays the character who is a good guy, but is dealing with serious emotions and the power he holds over others. Goodman plays the antagonist, a small arrogant, cruel, sociopath who is very much in his own world. Goodman is great at playing a character who is out of control, almost beyond control. This is what I think is brilliant about the film. Not only can the actors be great, they are great at acting with the material that they have been given. This is exactly the type of film that should be made, and does a good job at that. It is good film making, but not great film making. This is not the type of film that should be made with a lot of money, but it is a good film that has got everything to it. It's also quite a bit about the power of the script. The actors do a great job at the material, and the writing does a great job at making it come to life. The story is a bit far fetched at times, but it isn't really a big deal because of how well the actors and the script can make it all seem believable. All in all, this is a good film. It's got its flaws, but it's still a good film and I recommend it highly. 8/10


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