9 (2009)


My Rating:

9 is yet another great highly detailed 3D graphic piece of this 3D age of cinema. So many of them just keep coming nowadays that I have difficulties telling which one is good. In the earlier days, it usually the quality of the graphic that matters but now that it no longer does, I find myself not really having much opinion on it. If I’m not wrong, 9 is based on a certain book which quite obviously I’ve never heard of.

So basically, all I have to say about this movie is that the setting is well designed and the characters are unique and original. Plot-wise, I do not find it anymore impressive than any other 3D animation movies I’ve seen in 2009. Well, if it is anything positively contribute to the plot I would say that 9 has a story compared to the others, say for instance Monsters vs Aliens, which has a plot for children where you can more or less predict the whole movie, what it’s gonna go,  who’s gonna win, and how it’s gonna end.

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9 (2009)

I Love You, Man (2009)

My Rating:

I Love You, Man is more or less similar to Forgetting Sarah Marshall (Another movie starring Jason Segel). There’s nothing much to review about it because watching it or not doesn’t really make much difference. It’s one of those okay-and-forgettable movie.

I Love You, Man exaggerates an aspect of a man’s life and tries to make humorous, if not comedic. Unfortunately, it’s a failed attempt. Personally, I think it’s still pretty much a comedy wannabe. Moreover, the whole context is more or less too American to be applicable for Asians. In fact, I don’t even think that American guys would be that extreme. Hence, if you are very realistic person, you may just say this movie is full of bluffs.

Overall, not much comment. If one of your movie nights, you run out of sth to watch and feel like seeing a guy trying to make friend with another guy then that’ll be when this movie comes in handy. 😉

I Love You, Man (2009)