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When 9 (Elijah Wood) springs to life, it finds itself in a post-apocalyptic world where humans no longer exist, and the only signs of life are sentient rag dolls like itself and the machines that hunt them. Though it is the youngest of the group, 9 convinces comrades that the only way to survive against the machines is to stop hiding, go on the offensive, and find out why the machines want to destroy them. As 9 and the group learn, civilization hinges on their success or failure.

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Sep 14, 2009 - AnDroo.Napoli on 9
Kinda Dissappointed

I was shocked to see previews for this a year ago and anticipated its release since. This movie's original was one of those thing I stumbled on while wandering YouTube and proceeded to subject all my friends to for days on end. And AMAZING piece of film. (The youtube short, not this movie.)

I don't think it was "horrible" by any means. I was just let down. On watching the original I felt like I was in a really odd mysterious world, kind of post-apocalyptic, world tainted by some grim dark magical force, and you have one single solo guy in that world hunting and hunted by some horrible animated thing. Both are 'living' by some unknown force, yet the antagonist (Cat creature) seems to incorporate other 'living' things into it's being. LOTS of unanswered questions, and your imagination goes wild.

This movie... Removes all the magic. Everything is force fed to you on weak dialogue and stereotypical cliché conversations. Their reasons for being were very predictable. Their development as a whole was extremely rushed.

I honestly think this film would be infinitely more effective had they just scrapped all the voice actors and their forced lines... I am honestly crossing my fingers for a director's cut that does this film justice. I think this is just one of those films that was ruined by marketing execs.

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