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This film has grown a bit of a following, so how come so many people both remember it and don't remember it at the same time? Nostalgia Critic takes a look at why this film is so forgettably unforgettable. Let's take a look at Shane Acker's, 9.
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9 is a 2009 computer-animated post-apocalyptic action film directed by Shane Acker, written by Pamela Pettler and produced by Jim Lemley, Tim Burton, Timur Bekmambetov and Dana Ginsburg. The film stars the voice of Elijah Wood as a small ragdoll-like robot who awakens shortly after the end of mankind, and must find eight other robots to figure out the mystery behind humanity's destruction while tangling with the vicious creations of a massive soul-stealing machine, alongside other voices of John C. Reilly, Jennifer Connelly, Christopher Plummer, Crispin Glover with Martin Landau and Fred Tatasciore.
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  1. Channel Awesome
    Channel Awesome
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    What did everyone think of 9? Support this week's charity - cuddly.com/​ Watch more Nostalgia Critic here - bit.ly/NCPlayList​​​​ Follow us on Twitch - www.twitch.tv/channelawesome

    1. LexRam Studios
      LexRam Studios
      12 օր առաջ

      @DALYN SNELL what's SU?

    2. DALYN SNELL
      DALYN SNELL
      12 օր առաջ

      @LexRam Studios oh god the SU flashbacks

    3. DALYN SNELL
      DALYN SNELL
      12 օր առաջ

      yes

    4. David Van Well
      David Van Well
      19 օր առաջ

      I remember seeing this when it came out, but remember it being boring and forgettable, but after seeing this review. I can say maybe it is worth a 2nd watch and see the deeper meaning to it.

    5. Laura Smith
      Laura Smith
      28 օր առաջ

      *It was good'nt.*

  2. Hisyam Nct
    Hisyam Nct
    16 ժամ առաջ

    This movie much better than captain marvel

  3. Adam Teeple
    Adam Teeple
    Օր առաջ

    They look like minions!

  4. Christine Horn
    Christine Horn
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    I like the movie 9

  5. Luissv72
    Luissv72
    2 օր առաջ

    I was 10 when this came out, and it was my inspiration to pick up a pen and start writing. Now I'm an english major and literature is beyond my passion. I have a soft spot for it.

  6. ⰈⰀⰄⰑⰏⰔⰒⰓⰅⰏⰐⰉ
    ⰈⰀⰄⰑⰏⰔⰒⰓⰅⰏⰐⰉ
    6 օր առաջ

    Great movie. One of the best animation movies.

  7. I Spilled Orange Juice
    I Spilled Orange Juice
    7 օր առաջ

    This movie well predict what will happen to humanity

    1. Stitch Lover
      Stitch Lover
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      Covid or machines coming to life to kill us all?

  8. Android-DX
    Android-DX
    8 օր առաջ

    Does anybody else want to see a *First Viewing* of this film? Love to be Rob's reaction to it.

  9. Jonathan Green
    Jonathan Green
    9 օր առաջ

    It came out on my 18th birthday.

  10. Joshua W56
    Joshua W56
    9 օր առաջ

    This movie is so criminally underrated.

  11. Gavin Lafayette
    Gavin Lafayette
    9 օր առաջ

    Hey! You watched this with Phantomstrider!

  12. JP2GiannaT
    JP2GiannaT
    10 օր առաջ

    I feel like this would've been a better video game than a movie.

  13. Edgar Castillo
    Edgar Castillo
    11 օր առաջ

    Yess

  14. Cynthia Tranza
    Cynthia Tranza
    11 օր առաջ

    9

  15. Devon Zigler
    Devon Zigler
    11 օր առաջ

    I'm honestly shocked I thought he would rip into this like he does with some other movies but he didn't all in all though i just re watched this move a few days ago cause i have the DVD still from when it came out on DVD and i still love it all and i agree with the Nostalgia critic on this one to bout certain things

  16. Willyhoo
    Willyhoo
    13 օր առաջ

    Have fond memories of this movie. Childhood vacation, spider-baby came on screen at some hotel. The feeling of being so unnerved is so much fun.

  17. Gaming Goof
    Gaming Goof
    13 օր առաջ

    I remember watching this on Netflix one time. I'm a sucker for robot movies but as a whole having watched it I really liked it

  18. Jeff Brehove
    Jeff Brehove
    15 օր առաջ

    Quick thought, you think Regular Show would work for Freakshow Cinema or WTR?

  19. Jaden Playz/Roblox Minecraft
    Jaden Playz/Roblox Minecraft
    16 օր առաջ

    Lmao

  20. Geo mania
    Geo mania
    16 օր առաջ

    Meep

  21. Gothic Glypso
    Gothic Glypso
    17 օր առաջ

    Now this is classic nostalgia critic No annoying skits or unfunny jokes that overstay their welcome just a straight up review

  22. Egobyte83
    Egobyte83
    17 օր առաջ

    I liked the movie. For me, this is what I saw the stitchpunks as representatives of: 1. Regret/ self-recrimination 2. Curiosity/the pure science-minded inventor 3 & 4. The introvert/subconscious archive of pre-war knowledge 5. Fear/self-preservation 6. Humanity, the last connection to a species that he himself had a hand in obliterating, thus going slightly insane 7. Courage/the need to correct the mistake 8. The scientist's actual world-changing capabilities/following orders 9. Hope/doing the right thing

  23. Artemako
    Artemako
    18 օր առաջ

    Вы тоже пришли сюда, чтобы заткнуться о русском дублеже и его отличии от остальных?

  24. Gushousekai195
    Gushousekai195
    18 օր առաջ

    0:34 *VALKENHEISER!!! THERE YOU ARE!!!*

  25. S0cialRebellion
    S0cialRebellion
    19 օր առաջ

    So let me get this straight. It's a post apocalyptic world in which smoke belching machines poison humanity and the earth, has a dingy, unappealing color palate. Wtf were you expecting? Yes, there's gonna be a lot of brown and "piss" yellow, it's a war torn wasteland.

    1. shizuwolf Howlajima
      shizuwolf Howlajima
      17 օր առաջ

      It looks better than the Fallout games

  26. Mr Sony Pony
    Mr Sony Pony
    19 օր առաջ

    2008: AMget - 1 ad beginning of videp 2012: youtube- 2 ads beginning of video 2014: youtube red = no ads 2016: forced ads by the content creator even though I pay for red to get no ads...

  27. Tyler Kinnie
    Tyler Kinnie
    20 օր առաջ

    9 sure is a dark film out of every other dark kids film

    1. İmmoral Atheist
      İmmoral Atheist
      19 օր առաջ

      Russian version has a different ending and it's beautiful. The toys actually represent the people in scientist's life and it makes so much more sense, because the dolls act exactly how those people would act. I can tell you the details if you choose to reply.

  28. Sunset overdrive fan weapons
    Sunset overdrive fan weapons
    20 օր առաջ

    5:36 didn't monster house come out in 2006 3 years before 9

  29. Matrat Plays yt
    Matrat Plays yt
    21 օր առաջ

    I remember being the apocalypse is it we’re ran by sids toys- NC 2020

  30. Troy Wright
    Troy Wright
    22 օր առաջ

    2:33 might be one of my favourite NC cutaway jokes EVER.

  31. Cyrus Britt
    Cyrus Britt
    23 օր առաջ

    I AM SCARED OF THIS MOVIE IT SCARY

  32. Joe Syxpack
    Joe Syxpack
    25 օր առաջ

    I think if the cloth the characters were made from had vibrant colors on them it would have helped in the brown department. Maybe even show them as this bright spot in this dreary world. This tiny speck of hope in all the misery.

  33. Combine Elite Unit 895
    Combine Elite Unit 895
    25 օր առաջ

    9 is that one movie you forget about until someone mentions it, and then when you watch it you forget about it after 2 days, just thinking it was a weird dream PS: the whole movie is a accurate representation of DarkRP on gmod when all of the admins and mods leave

  34. dead memes
    dead memes
    26 օր առաջ

    I watched this when I was like 10 or 11. like when I watched Coraline at like 8 or 9. I regret my past decisions. also, that's weird. what I remember is: the numbers, the reasons for the apocalypse, pieces of the ending and the dead bodies. oh and also why they existed. (tho I forgot part of the reasons of the smaller monsters existing). that's quite opposite to a lot of people it seems.

  35. Yami Yugi
    Yami Yugi
    26 օր առաջ

    I was obsessed with this movie when it came out, I was only 10 but loved dark creepy movies such as corpse bride and nightmare before Christmas

  36. Agent P.l.
    Agent P.l.
    27 օր առաջ

    When people know Movies that Tim Burton was working/making/in they never include 9. People who don’t add 9 are pretty dumb

  37. legend123ify
    legend123ify
    27 օր առաջ

    Will there ever be a sequel to 9?

    1. shizuwolf Howlajima
      shizuwolf Howlajima
      17 օր առաջ

      Yes. In 2999

  38. Amalgamman
    Amalgamman
    27 օր առաջ

    i think 9 works very well as an opener for a high school philosophy course

  39. Jack Beecher
    Jack Beecher
    27 օր առաջ

    This was how sack boy was created

  40. Mocha Delight
    Mocha Delight
    27 օր առաջ

    And yes please do big trouble in little china!

  41. freedom savage
    freedom savage
    28 օր առաջ

    I have to recommend you review Mirrormask, it was made by the same team who made The Labyrinth, and is like the dark crystal’s weirder and creepier cousin. And that’s really saying something

  42. Thoralmir
    Thoralmir
    28 օր առաջ

    I recall there being a website for the film leading up to it's release, which incrementally told the story of the scientist, his work, how he started working for the regime, how he was betrayed, and his notes on creating the dolls.

  43. Frederick Lugtu
    Frederick Lugtu
    28 օր առաջ

    This movie and genre are my childhood

  44. Zane Jones
    Zane Jones
    29 օր առաջ

    "Oh, I thought that ad was going to be an hour and twenty minutes long" So did I Doug.

  45. OlafttheGreat1998
    OlafttheGreat1998
    29 օր առաջ

    Drunk Batman Doug is a fascinating character

  46. calebwuzzhere
    calebwuzzhere
    29 օր առաջ

    it actually depresses me to see that this movie is now old enough to be on this channel

  47. BrandNewEasel
    BrandNewEasel
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    It's so surreal to see this episode actually exist. I've been wishing for NC to review this film since it came out in 09 and it all became a faraway memory of a kid's dream until I came across it today.

  48. Kiki Flash
    Kiki Flash
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    This movie was so good and so sad!!!

  49. Olyvia Mata
    Olyvia Mata
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    I only like the twins. And me and my bro were totally not traumatized at the ages of 8 and 9 after watching this 😅

  50. ChasehaWing
    ChasehaWing
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    I always remember the short film it was based off. How it ends in an even bigger tragedy than the movie. I also think of how interesting it is just to watch it.

  51. TheStapleGunKid
    TheStapleGunKid
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    God I hated this movie. There was just no point to it. A bunch of rag-dolls get activated and their mission ends up just being shutting down a machine that they activated. What was the point of that? It just seems like the characters had nothing worthwhile to do.

  52. Mod Maker
    Mod Maker
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    There are many comments about Russians trying to explain their version of "9" (2009). Here is the primary differences; American Version (Made by Shane Acker) = The 9 Stitchpunks are all pieces of the Scientist's soul and represent different parts of his personality. The Scientist used alchemy to create the Talisman. Russian Version (Written by Dmitry Glukhovsky by the direction of Timur Bekmambetov because he thought he understood the message of the film "better") = The 9 Stitchpunks are personifications of 9 different people (1 - Chancellor, 2 - Scientist's assistant, 3 & 4 - Scientist's kids, 5 - doctor, 6 - an engineer who started the Fabrication Machine, 7 - Scientist's wife, 8 - leader's bodyguard, 9 - the scientist). The Scientist never practiced alchemy but found an ancient alchemic artifact called a "Device". I am not Russian nor know Russian. I watched the Russian version and it is very different from the original American version. I used these comments and the Russian Wikipedia page for the info for the Russian version. So which version is better? I think both are good interpretations of the visuals. I honestly will side with the original American version for one reason. Shane Acker created this property with his short-film in 2005 and this film was his directorial debut. This film is HIS vision not some Russians that believe they can make it "better".

  53. Jade1Jade
    Jade1Jade
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    I Completed forgot this movie...

  54. Mandalore The Maximum
    Mandalore The Maximum
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    One thing I never got about the movie is if the dolls are pieces of the scientist's soul, why is 7 female?

  55. Erebos
    Erebos
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    The 5 notes playing in this video over and over and over is a little bit onenoted, too 🥴

  56. I'm A Goddamn Jerry
    I'm A Goddamn Jerry
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    I still LOVE the shit out of this movie. Yeah the story was too short, but the art, voice acting, and entire atmosphere is BEAUTIFUL. I can't get enough of it, and I wish they had a sequel explaining more.

  57. Imp Again!~
    Imp Again!~
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    I've been obsessed with 9 since before it came out, and it's endured as one of my favorite movies throughout the years. I have the German art book (after years of scouring the internet for it), the action figures, and 2 of the 3 released shirts. And I think I glommed onto it for the same reasons you say you're liking it now, in fact. The details are so intriguing and precise, the lore runs really deep while still being open for interpretation, and the characters are charming enough. There was so much left unsaid that my brain never stopped filling in the details, and I have... an embarrassing amount of fan fiction and fan art for it. It's such a good concept, and has enough rules to establish a very unique universe, while being open enough for imagination to fill in the gaps. I really appreciate your review of it! While, of course, I'm sad you don't love it as much as I do, you make really good points about it! You put into words some things I wasn't able to quite voice, even after 11 years. I really wanted you to review this back when it was newer, but I'm pretty glad you waited to review it, because I really prefer your long-term perspective on it. Such interesting insight with how your perception of it changed. Thanks for sharing!

  58. SoullessAvenger
    SoullessAvenger
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    I saw this movie when it came out but it feels like a fever dream

  59. Abby Hyatt
    Abby Hyatt
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    Can you do more freak show cinema

  60. HenrySkycutterstudios
    HenrySkycutterstudios
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    Loved this movie when I first saw the trailers, now years later I learn that there's so much more out there to see. This movie seems to be like New Vegas, years later we find new things to appreciate about it.

  61. KawaiiKawaii Anime Girl
    KawaiiKawaii Anime Girl
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    I really liked this movie but they didn't go into the story well enough

  62. the burton gamer
    the burton gamer
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    Oh 9 that movie well that was a NIGHTMARE BUT it wasn't bad it was good but A HORROR MOVIE

  63. Sharky Girl
    Sharky Girl
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    Funny tho. I felt exactly the same way. I only saw the film once, but I remembered it very positively. Definitly worth a rewatch. This is one of those few films that I would put in the category (cartoons for adults). Similar to Felidae, Watership Down, Plague Dogs, The Iron Giant ... Why? Because 9 is simply different, has dared to do something, something quite unique. And I admire that and I think these dolls are unjustly forgotten.

  64. Mia Ariana
    Mia Ariana
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    RIP Christopher Plumber... your brilliant acting will be forgotten.

  65. Anya Chekurkova
    Anya Chekurkova
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    Oh, my child trauma's origin)

  66. Tyler Flory
    Tyler Flory
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    If i remember correctly, the ragdolls are canonically known as *stitchpunk*, or something along those lines

  67. Раскольников
    Раскольников
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    Посмотри русскую версию.

  68. FalloutJack
    FalloutJack
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    Doug, I understand that you may feel weather-worn by having to look at a dirty landscape, but the thing that everybody who complains that a landscape in gritty realism is 'too brown' need to realize is that it's a warzone, the aftermath of a fair deal of destruction. You can't complain that a wasteland looks like a wasteland. They're not pretty, by nature. You ask any histortian about trench warfare in World War One, you learn that it was all about dirt, smoke, and a generally-destroyed landscape. If the realism is too brown, that means it really does capture the bleakness of war. I'm sorry, but it's necessary. It would be like me - a Fallout fan - complaining about the constant radiation.

  69. Heartless214
    Heartless214
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    13:17 You missed the detail when the Scientist is taken away from the Machine by the soldiers. The machine reaches out to him and freaks out like a kid being separated from their parent. The Machine was given free will and ability to think for itself, when it was treated like a mindless tool of war, it decided to wipe out humans because it believed they were cruel and not worthy of life. Then it wiped out everything else because of the pain it went through. They don't show all of it in the movie, but the details are there.

  70. Callum Mc Dougall
    Callum Mc Dougall
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    Wow Did not expect that kind of review But thanks for going through my Favorite Movie I've seen You really found meanings what my other aquatintces didn't see Thanks Mr Critic👍

  71. Danny Caracciolo
    Danny Caracciolo
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    Essentially this movie was "LittlebigPlanet meets The Terminator and needs to see a therapist cause they are really fucking depressed"

  72. Jack Caffrey
    Jack Caffrey
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    goddamit these commercials are so goooood

  73. Lilly M.
    Lilly M.
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    This would have been cool as a video game...

  74. Declan McAdams
    Declan McAdams
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    Year of the Prank Piece of Fuckles!

  75. Scultor's Paradice
    Scultor's Paradice
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    Things I remembered about this movie: Dead baby in the beginning Crispin Glover was in it 3d was scary I forgot about the plot or anything else

  76. snowbird
    snowbird
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    I remember this movie freaking me out cause they show the soulless corpses.

  77. Frostbite The Badass Ice Carnotaurus
    Frostbite The Badass Ice Carnotaurus
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    Please review "Mermaids the Body Found" and "Dragons a fantasy made real"

  78. You N'wah
    You N'wah
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    Please talk about Monster House! It's such a, imo, underrated horror movie for kids

  79. Nostalgia critic Devil
    Nostalgia critic Devil
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    Actually the souls of the dolls reanimated the scientist

  80. tarek alsalloum
    tarek alsalloum
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    So it's a movie if Christopher Nolan got drunk and wrote deep ideas with shitty writing FUCKING SOLD

  81. Double X Studios
    Double X Studios
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    I just saw it tonight, per your suggestion, and I thought it was an entertaining film. I am a sucker when it comes to unique animation (stop motion and the like), so I had a fun time with 9.

  82. Jack of Blades
    Jack of Blades
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    А ведь я действительно помню об этом фильме ровно тоже самое...

  83. Martha Derrick
    Martha Derrick
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    By the way, does anybody remember that french movie? The Suicide shop?

  84. Michael Tamez
    Michael Tamez
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    I liked this movie when I first saw it and hoped for a sequel. Not to mention that song they used in the trailer.

  85. Z21GamerLuke
    Z21GamerLuke
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    I love this film, it was the first film to teach me that animated films don't necessarily have to be childish. It aloud for a story I'd not seen before, cool action moments I would get more of an emotional response out of as I grew older and my god, the music is so god damn phenomenal!

  86. Kafir Named Mutt
    Kafir Named Mutt
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    I remember this movie came out right around Little Big Planet, and I have vivid memories thinking this movie would be good. It wasn't. But some weird fantasy in the front row got real into it and started shouting responses back, in a full theater, and I'm almost positive we were all happier for his input in the end lol

  87. Two-Face Doctor
    Two-Face Doctor
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    Probably the film turned out to be controversial, because the meaning of the cartoon in the Russian and English versions is different

  88. Robin Ashenor
    Robin Ashenor
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    I am almost positive that Monster House precedes Coraline

  89. Knutty Entertainment
    Knutty Entertainment
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    1:55 Never seen the movie but this image interests me. It's three symbols あ L Ω the first is Hiragana "A" 2nd is cursive L and last is omega. A is obviously the 1st letter of the alphabet. (In all three languages.) And omega is the last. It also brings to mind the phrase "alpha and omega" which means beginning and end, the book ends of all language, that which encompasses all, it's also a name for God. It gets more interesting when you realize that L is right in the center of the alphabet. So it becomes beginning middle and end. And then around those three characters is ○ or null. The only thing outside the domain of alpha to omega is nothing. All of this forms a frowning face, the full significance of this, I don't know.

  90. Alan Jiménez Ordóñez
    Alan Jiménez Ordóñez
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    This means more than you think, just mix Harry Potter with Matrix, and you will have some idea... Hopefully!

  91. Matthew Davies
    Matthew Davies
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    Lol; 9 isn't creepy or freaky in anyway

  92. Finlay T7-C601
    Finlay T7-C601
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    The film 9 was ment as a warning.

  93. Wolphman 77
    Wolphman 77
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    It’s a great movie.

  94. Pikpikcarrots123
    Pikpikcarrots123
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    This is ligit my favorite movie of all time.

  95. Дастан Аманжулов
    Дастан Аманжулов
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    Легенды ночных стражей

  96. Rogue Pawn
    Rogue Pawn
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    I remember this movie, I kinda liked it as a kid, and interesting universe and an uncertain future.

  97. Nexus8846 Productions
    Nexus8846 Productions
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    Weird to think that this Toy Story knockoff also kind of did Inside Out 10 years before Inside Out came out.

  98. Holsapple Studios
    Holsapple Studios
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    This is one of my family's favorite films! With films like this one, it gives the audience ideas on how, what, and why this happened in the film

  99. Женька и Конь
    Женька и Конь
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    "They remember it and don't remember it at the same time" You just described my feelings about it, man :)

  100. GodOfOrphans
    GodOfOrphans
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    I actually found the main fabricator machine to be surprisingly expressive with it's movements and mannerisms as opposed to it's face(?) eye(?) thing, the precise movements as it builds the hypno snake thing, almost like you can see it's thought process forming as it builds it, and how when it sees one of it's creations, I think it was the doglike one, destroyed it gets noticeably upset.