Rated PG-13 · 79 minutes · 2009

Adventure, Animated, Fantasy, Science fiction, War
In an alternate-reality 1949, Nazi robots have destroyed humanity, and the only remaining source of cuteness comes in the form of nine tiny knit puppets. Together, they fight evil mechanized skeletons and a dopey backstory that sounds like something Martin Heidegger would come up with if he was tripping in a room full of Hello Kitty products. 9 is not the worst movie of the summer, but it’s not really worth running out and seeing, unless you’re a sucker for steam-punk imagery and slick 3-D animation. But if that’s the case, you’re probably busy repairing your time machine so you can go back to 1998, when that stuff was still vaguely cool. Have fun with that.

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The message of the mediocre '9': Evil is bad, but cuteness is awesome! »

Official Site: www.filminfocus.com/focusfeatures/film/9
Director: Shane Acker
Producer: Jim Lemley, Tim Burton, Timur Bekmambetov and Dana Ginsburg
Cast: Elijah Wood, Christopher Plummer, Martin Landau, John C. Reilly, Jennifer Connelly, Crispin Glover, Fred Tatasciore, Tom Kane, Alan Oppenheimer and Helen Wilson




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Charleston City Paper Shane Acker's 9 is a technical achievement with a so-so story Once upon a time, if you saw a short film, you saw the work of someone who wanted to make a short film. Nowadays, that ain't necessarily so. by Scott Renshaw 09/09/2009
Colorado Springs Independent Wrong number 9 is not cute, and not a comedy. It is full of mood, texture, technically sophisticated chase scenes and not much else. by Jonathan Kiefer 09/03/2009
Colorado Springs Independent Opening this week 9, All About Steve, Extract and more. 09/03/2009
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The Coast Halifax 9 9 is always interesting to look at, but hard to understand by Hillary Titley 09/10/2009

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