The Nine Lives of Fritz the Cat

The Nine Lives of Fritz the Cat

Fritz, now married and with a son, is desperate to escape from the domestic hell he now finds himself in. Lighting up a joint, he begins to dream about his eight other lives, hoping to find one that will provide a pleasant distraction.

Fritz the Cat may have lost one of his lives in the comics, but in his new movie, he has eight more lives left to go! While his wife screams at him, Fritz lights up a joint and reminiscences about what could have been. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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John B (kr) wrote: I feel like this is just another mediocre film, more entertainment than art. Something that you could chill out and watch with some friends. If you are looking for something deeper and original though, you are out of luck.

Josh N (jp) wrote: I kind of forgot I was watching a movie

Paige M (gb) wrote: Good comics - interesting stories. It was strangely touching... don't ask me why.

Rupa B (fr) wrote: Maybe I just dont have the eye for these kinda films but the ending was just...well, to me that wasnt an ending. I wanted to like it, I really did. I could appreciate the disjointed, quiet, slow-paced quality of the film but I cant say what this film accomplished.

Gabriel L (ca) wrote: Really good. Better than Eminem's one.

Gavin P (ca) wrote: A great concept (a comics author who is the narrator/star/focus of a "biopic") with some great editing and a good score. Giamatti is good as Harvey, but seems too young/assured at times - I definitely liked the actual Harvey's scenes & narrations. It's a poor-man's 'Curb Your Enthusiasm' in parts - he seems to make his own troubles and anxieties. Not entirely satisfying, but a unique effort nonetheless.

Kyle M (es) wrote: I believe this is one of the greatest godzilla flicks. Its extremely "unique," and has a really great monster. Either this movie or godzilla vs destroyah is the best of the heisei series. The plot is great, and is one of the greatest of the whole series. The human characters are pretty great, and the monster fight is really cool. The soundtrack is great. The effects are excellent, and the suit is a huge improvement over the last film. The monster's origin is mysterious, and really compelling. This monster, Biollante, it might be a plant mixed with godzilla cells, or it could be a mythological creature with the soul of this doctor's daughter inside it. This film went back to godilla's dark roots but still had a monster fight. I loved this movie. It is a MUST SEE for any godzilla fan.

Taylor J (kr) wrote: Mixed feelings about this film. As a history buff and Anglophile, I cannot help but be fascinated by the narrative and the actors' portrayals, but the inaccuracies and liberties taken by the production team irked me.

Kristin W (mx) wrote: Sophia Loren & Marcello Mastroianni forever preserved on film.

April W (au) wrote: Excellent documentary about dreams coming true!

Alexander Z (nl) wrote: You know what I'd like to see? A movie about two people who are friends with benefits, realize they love each other at the end, but then it zooms to six months later and they were wrong.

Oliver K (kr) wrote: My least favourite Woody Allen, and yet there's still enough in it to not regret the experience. Not enough to recommend of course!