|Formats:||12 DVD, Blu-ray|
|Starring:||Daniel Day-Lewis, Marion Cotillard, Nicole Kidman, Judi Dench, Stacy Ferguson, Kate Hudson, Sophia Loren, Penelope Cruz|
|Genres:||Drama - Comedy, Music/Musical - Opera/Operetta, Performing Arts|
|Studio:||ENTERTAINMENT IN VIDEO|
|Collections:||100 Feisty Females, The Best of Marion Cotillard, Top Drama|
|Run time:||1 hour 59 minutes|
|Rental release:||19 Apr 2010|
By Tom Charity from LOVEFiLM
With a bevy of top class actors involved, Rob Marshall's Nine has high expectations...
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I know nothingBy chenny (70 reviews) from Bristol , 26 Nov 2009
[Highly rated reviewer]And yet I feel fully qualified to write a long, turgid review, expressing my puppy like excitement for something which I have never seen. Is this just me being a stickler for the rules, and a misanthrope, or would we all be better served by people who actually know what they're talking about.
Come on people.
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Dont Bother WatchingBy a customer , 06 May 2013I turned off after ten minutes, Songs and story awful a waste of my time and money. Not a film to recommend.
Rising stars, head liners and has beans, rubbish filmBy a customer , 05 May 2013Amazing cast mix of rising stars, head liners and has beans, rubbish film, best avoided unless you have a desire to waste 110 minutes of your life.
Be Italian, then be bored...By Renza (15 reviews) , 01 Apr 2013I adore musicals but have no love for this film. There is only one good song in the score, the fiery 'Be Italian' performed by Fergie of Black Eyed Peas fame. This is the song that first attracted me to watch the film. Unfortunately, the rest of the score fails to impress. A good cast wasted on a vapid, slow-moving and disappointing musical.
Nine refers to the max number of minutes you will watch it.By Bobsview (554 reviews) from Gloucestershire , 11 Mar 2013Musical drama about an italian film director. Hated it. Abandoned after a few minutes. A painful, annoying and tedious film. Unwatchable.
So far from the brilliant 8 1/2 by FelliniBy Long-neck (1 review) , 07 Feb 2013Wonderful acting but once you have watched 81/2 by Fellini, this film is shadowed by it's masterpiece. Also although two songs are beautiful and dynamic, the rest of the score is clumsily written and awkward. Bit of a let down