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  •  READER COMMENTS

    Reader comments on Nine Lives

    Subject: nine lives needs less lives and more content
    Date: Nov 13, 2005
    Sender: Sandy LitvinPrevious | Next

    Whle the acting is superb based on the wonderful cast they were able to get to star in this movie, the scenes were very mundane and did not give the viewer any reason to feel an emotional attachment to the subjects. In general, it was a very bland and incomplete movie. Two many lives, too little content. Funny its been compared to "Things you can tell just by looking at her." I loved that one. It was extremely well done. Also the obvious was stated too many times. Leave the viewer something to think about. It did not.

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    Comment index:

  • Nine Live: Glenn Close/Dakota Fanning scene   from Mike Friel, Nov 6, 2005
  • » nine lives needs less lives and more content «   from Sandy Litvin, Nov 13, 2005
  • " one movie"   from B. Mozingo, Aug 11, 2006
  • ha   from jasmine w., Mar 5, 2007
  • glenn close scene   from carlos, Dec 2, 2007
  • Nine Live: Glenn Close/Dakota Fanning scene   from Mike Friel, Nov 6, 2005
  • » nine lives needs less lives and more content «   from Sandy Litvin, Nov 13, 2005
  • " one movie"   from B. Mozingo, Aug 11, 2006
  • ha   from jasmine w., Mar 5, 2007
  • glenn close scene   from carlos, Dec 2, 2007