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Nine Lives
A businessman is trapped inside the body of a cat.
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Nine Lives

English
ComedyDrama
26 Aug, 2016
1 hrs 27 mins
74%
969 votes
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Directed by Barry Sonnenfeld, Nine Lives is a comedy about a stuffy businessman that finds himself trapped inside the body of his family's cat.
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Verdict: Just like cats - makes you laugh and go `aww`. Cats are funny. You may hate them, love them, but you can`t deny the fact that they make for really good pictures. They look cute even when they are grumpy; they`re extremely cuddly, even if they hate it; and cat videos will cause side-splitting []... ...Read full review
Tom Brand (Spacey) is a high-rolling business big shot and while he has achieved business success, his personal relationships are in the doldrums. He has an estranged young daughter Rebecca (Weissman) and wife Lara (Garner). He gets a shot at mending things with his daughter on her birthday but on visiting a pet shop run by Felix Perkins (Walken) the cat that he buys seems to trade souls with him. Felix is a bit more than meets the eye and tells Brand that he has a limited time to get back to his family or remain in feline form forever. ...Read full review
A not so invigorating attempt to eke out humor from a post death situation where a Workaholic Billionaire real estate tycoon, Tom Brand (Kevin Spacey) who is ever neglectful of his daughter and second wife (Jennifer Garner) - just after he purchases a pet cat as a gift for his daughter (Malina Weissman)`s birthday, meets with an accident and finds his consciousness transported into the feline`s body. ...Read full review
Tom Brand (Kevin Spacey) is unrepentantly unpleasant and impossibly wealthy. Hes more interested in the progress of his new building think a Trump Tower-style priapic monument to ego than he is in his family. Then an encounter with Christopher Walken, clad in a leprechaun-green suit, sees Tom imprisoned in the body of an adorable feline named Mr Fuzzypants. Tom must learn a few valuable life lessons if he ever wants to regain his human form. Like a bargain-basement version of Freaky Friday crossed with a cat meme, the comedy here is inert, despite the efforts of a psychotically chipper musical score. ...Read full review