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The Nines

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After being drunk and crashes his car, troubled actor Gary wakes up and finds himself under home arrest. From that moment, he begins to be haunted by the number 9 since that numbers appears everywhere in the newspapers, magazines, and TV. Meanwhile, he also find his own writing 'Look for the nines', a memo he does not remember writing.
Release:
IMDb:
6.4
Quality:
HD
Duration:
100 min
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Paste Magazine
August is on solid ground when he's riffing on Stephen King and celebrities, but he's stretching when he tries to be David Lynch, which would require a distinctly different kind of brain damage.
June 08, 2008
Newsday
The cosmic "resolution" that ties the stories together proves less interesting than the stories themselves.
August 31, 2007
Time Out
This overreaching, Lynch-lite comic drama is the mediocre directorial debut of screenwriter John August ('Charlie's Angels', 'Big Fish') and, if nothing else, demonstrates why some writers should stick to their laptops.
November 29, 2007
New York Post
The Nines, which in real life began as a TV project, wavers uncomfortably between satire and dime-store existentialism on the big screen.
August 31, 2007