Nine Months

Nine Months

When he finds out his longtime girlfriend is pregnant, a commitment-phobe realizes he might have to change his lifestyle for better or much, much worse.

When he finds out his longtime girlfriend is pregnant, a commitment-phobe realizes he might have to change his lifestyle for better or much, much worse. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Nine Months torrent reviews

Bill V (nl) wrote: OK, bear with me here - "Young Detective Dee: Rise of the Sea Dragon" is a prequel to 2010's "Detective Dee and the Mystery of the Phantom Flame" - another film that I saw in a pretty much empty theater. Young Detective Dee takes place in 7th Century China - Imagine a Chinese Sherlock Holmes who's also a Kung Fu expert (and I think he can fly) who fights guys in monkey suits, zombies and Godzilla - all the while cracking wise.. And it's made with a huge budget. You know what you wanted "Sharknado" to be? THIS FILM IS ACTUALLY THAT WEIRD!

Jason R (es) wrote: Deserving of way more attention when it came out 2010. Great to see Hal Holbrook give such a good performance and have the lead in such a terrific movie this late in his career. This following his Oscar nomination for Into the Wild. I was lucky enough to see him live in his one man Mark Twain performance over 10 years ago in Idaho Falls. From All the President's Men in 1976 to Lincoln in 2012 he's had an amazing career. Don't miss this movie. It's really good.

William S (au) wrote: I found it boring and dry as heck. It came across as just scenes with people acting from the get go. for example, the first scene when they wake up in bed is exactly how the rest of the film is directed and acted. It fails as a film in my opinion. Don't watch it; watch something else with Wilson in it.

Luke E (ru) wrote: Increasingly pointless. Well put together though.

Sarah M (kr) wrote: its suxxxx... i gave 1/2 star cuz of the song... zaara dil mein...

Private U (ca) wrote: I actually saw Recon 2020, bu apparently the movie is so bad that Flixster does not even recognize it as an actual movie. Actually, after seeing it, I don't think I would classify this as an actual movie either. I went into this movie expecting it to be comparable to Starship Troopers 2: Hero of the Federation, and believe me, when a movie is more disappointing than Starship Troopers 2, then it is in serious trouble. Imagine Jesus Christ, Vampire Hunter with 1/2 the budget, and the studio said: you can have some money, but you can only spend it on one aspect of production. Recon 2020 decided to spend that money on wardrobe. Great costumes, but the film was obviously Mini DV and the CGI was obviously made on someone's computer in their basement. The dialog was worse than a B-grade comic book, and made many, many references to anal probes. Almost every scene was ripped off of another movie, and not only was the acting porno-movie quality, I swear that I have seen at least one of the actresses IN AN ACTUAL PORNO! The makeup of the non-marine characters is on par with a high school musical. The supposed werewolf looked like a goth version of the cowardly lion from the original wizard of Oz. The only positive points of this movie are that it went directly from the opening credits to tits, and that it makes a great drinking game since it rips off so many movies, you can drink every time one of the characters says a line that is a word for word quote from another movie. Trust me, you will be drunk before the movie is halfway through. If you know anything about film, rent this movie and you will have a great night laughing your ass off at the absolute swill that can be made into a hollywood movie. On the other hand, if you appreciate the value of a dollar, stay far, far away from this cinematic abortion.

Tristan G (jp) wrote: For those who don't know, Alan Smithee is not a real man, rather, a fake name for Hollywood filmmakers to choose if they are not happy with the end result of whatever movie they're making. Generally, these films will be films that were either destroyed by the studio, or were crafted together in an uncaring and unconcerned fashion. Some films that are "directed" by Alan Smithee include HELLRAISER: BLOODLINE(a movie I liked), THE BIRDS 2(which I thought was okay), GUNHED(which I loathed), and SUPERNOVA(which wasn't that bad in my opinion). BURN HOLLYWOOD BURN is a film by Alan Smithee. Yep, the director of BURN HOLLYWOOD BURN was so ashamed of the result of his movie about Alan Smithee that he chose the Alan Smithee alias as the director of the film. Um... Yeah. Cool? Not really. This film apparently is intentionally bad, but it really takes talent to make something this bad. I wonder what would have happened ifinstead of Hollywood wasting such fine talent as Eric Idle,Coolio, and Jackie Chan on a half-assed project like this, they decide to quit at the screenplay stage, if there is a screenplay, and pack up, go home, and then continue putting out their usual crap and occasional gems. That would've been cool. If they had done that instead, we wouldn't have gotten this boring, cheap, confusing mess of a picture. Sure, it has it's followings, and sure, people undoubtedly will forever love it for it's energy, wit, talent, and uniqueness, but in the long run, it was a film that never should've been made and will most likely be forgotten about.

Casey N (nl) wrote: Excellant Family Movie !

Darrin C (au) wrote: Worth a viewing for the hardcore Spaghetti Western fans, but the script might've benefited from some work and the pace should've been faster. This however is a good story and there are some fine shooting scenes!

Stefan G (fr) wrote: It hasn't aged as well as other great films from the 20th century, but it still a unique film in its own right, and quite deserving of its acclaim. It would be nave to assume that this was just an objectively historical film. Instead, this is a film from the perspective of Bonnie and Clyde, and for something like that, it's actually pretty good. It's a fine example of a movie that takes its time before culminating in a memorable conclusion. The performances were quite realistic, given the context of the film's setting. The film's leading couple make for a rather effective pair of performers, and they seem to suit the role like the clothes they wear. The other characters tend to fade in and out of the background, but there really aren't any bad performances. The film's overall style does give off a kind of corny hillbilly feel, but thankfully, it doesn't happen all the time, and by the end, the mood of the film is irreversibly different. It's impossible to expect a film about two criminals to go without violence, and this film delivers it sparingly, before the film's famously violent climax. To be honest, nothing's wrong with this movie, but it's not as good as some of the other films that have been considered "classics". That said, however, it's still enjoyable in its own way.