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Nine Lives is a movie about a billionaire named Tom Brand whose passion for his work and desire to make money leaves him with no time to spend with his wife and daughter. Luckily, he has a chance to redeem himself on his daughter’s 11th birthday but, he is unsure of what to get her. Tom Brand eventually finds a pet store which has a strange owner and Tom decides to buy a cat however, Tom had a feeling that this was no ordinary transaction. Nine Lives was really funny and I really enjoyed watching the film. I would rate this film 4.5/5.
- @Grimvar of the Teen Review Board at the Hamilton Public Library
I usually avoid juvenile movies. Only because I'm a mother of 4 and after 19 years am all "kiddie movied" out. This however was funny and kept my attention. I can't say I'll watch it over and over, but I definately think it's a good family night pick.
Very good movie for children, especially those under 10. Not interesting for adults (other than those who believe Christopher Walken and Kevin Spacey are always worth watching, no matter what they're in).
Great cast, terrible movie. Strictly for kids---especially if you don't like kids.
Very Funny Movie. loved it, first movie I have seen in a long time with no swearing or sex scenes.
Not sure how it be soooo bad with Kevin Spacey in it.....i am going to save my daughter and grandson from watching it by returning it rather than passing it on to them...
I tawt I taw a Puddy Tat! I did! I did see a Puddy Tat!
If cats had opposable thumbs they would rule the world.
The combination of cats, Christopher Walken, and Kevin Spacey couldn't possibly go wrong, right? Well, this "children's" (kids are really going to love all the nonsense about building skyscrapers. yeah, right.) film falls so flat I gave up on it after half and hour. THe main problem appears to be the script, which was written by 5 (!?!!) people - never a good sign.