Time Burton's 9

Discussion in 'THREAD ARCHIVES' started by Razilin, Sep 14, 2009.

  1. Good movie, bad ending.

    Title character is basically Frodo with a dead Sam early on. Ho-yay ahoy!

  2. Hmmm...Conceptually the movie was amazing. The idea of the future, the tiny homunculi/soul puppet idea was excellent.

    But the plot holes made my head hurt.

    Why did they only need five of the nine to remake life? Would that then make the other four a back up plan?

    I was under the assumption that the machine needed to absorb all the little things in order to gain what it was missing...a soul.

    Is there any correlation with the pieces of soul and different aspects of personality?

    Nine was rather gung ho for a dude waking up in a mysterious world of super danger


    I loved 8's addiction to magnetism.

    1 never explained what it was he knew.

    That is all.
  3. Reginald Ove

    With himself

    Reginald - while others were standing by the windows - made his way to central room on second floor, and just sat there. It turned out to be something like guest room. He lightly cleaned his rapier, and enjoyed his self company. It was more than entertaining to sit here and do nothing, rather than go out there and make some more mistakes - at least, that's what Reginald used to describe what he was doing, but even with that he felt guilt about himself. Sure, he was a mistake in this journey, but these people helped him, and basically saved him from being a lab rat.

    "Hmph, I still don't know how to wield a weapon - only some basic skills with knife, and some with rapier" Reginald conversed with himself, like that proving to himself that he would be useless on battlefield.