History WesternAnimation / Nine

27th Sep '16 7:46:22 PM papyru30
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* BiggerBad: The Chanceler who accidentally made BRAIN evil.



* FiveBadBand: The BRAIN/Fabrication Machine is the BigBad and TheEvilGenius, the Cat Beast is TheDragon, The Winged Beast is TheBrute, leaving The Seamtress as TheDarkChick. The little spiderbots can be the [[TeamPet team pets]].

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* FiveBadBand: FiveBadBand:
** BigBad: BRAIN.
** TheDragon:
The BRAIN/Fabrication Machine is Seamstress. (also doubles as an EvilGenius)
** EvilGenius: The blimp used to spy on
the BigBad and TheEvilGenius, the Cat Beast is TheDragon, stitchpunks.
** TheBrute:
The Winged Beast is TheBrute, leaving Beast.
** TheDarkChick:
The Seamtress as TheDarkChick. The little spiderbots can be the [[TeamPet team pets]].Cat Beast.
7th Sep '16 10:06:01 PM KlarkKentThe3rd
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* SoulJar

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* SoulJar[[spoiler:SoulJar]]
30th Jul '16 1:24:41 PM nombretomado
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* DannyElfman: With Tim Burton producing, of course he'd follow along, even if he only did the themes for the movie. Deborah Lurie did the score.
3rd Jun '16 10:59:32 PM Doug86
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* WorldWarOne: The trailer seems to hint that the film takes place after the War. Whereas some of the technology seen in flashbacks during the movie proper (four-engined bombers, Molotov cocktails, 1930's-40's styled helmets) seems evocative of WorldWarTwo. This can be explained by the fact that the film definitely depicts an AlternateHistory. If you look at the newspapers, you'll notice they were dated sometime in the 1930s. Of course, the setting and general aesthetic is consistent with this as well. The [[PuttingOnTheReich Nazi-like government]], the old-style vinyl record phonograph and accompanying music collection, the walkers equipped with Vickers-like machine guns...

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* WorldWarOne: UsefulNotes/WorldWarI: The trailer seems to hint that the film takes place after the War. Whereas some of the technology seen in flashbacks during the movie proper (four-engined bombers, Molotov cocktails, 1930's-40's styled helmets) seems evocative of WorldWarTwo.UsefulNotes/WorldWarII. This can be explained by the fact that the film definitely depicts an AlternateHistory. If you look at the newspapers, you'll notice they were dated sometime in the 1930s. Of course, the setting and general aesthetic is consistent with this as well. The [[PuttingOnTheReich Nazi-like government]], the old-style vinyl record phonograph and accompanying music collection, the walkers equipped with Vickers-like machine guns...
30th May '16 4:48:46 PM GreatWyrmGold
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* AlternateRealityGame
19th May '16 8:02:35 AM flipperinvader2
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* {{Cyclops}}: 5. Subverted that he once had two eyes.


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* {{Cyclops}}: 5. Subverted that he once had two eyes.
9th May '16 4:20:57 AM erforce
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* XMeetsY:
** "Fallout 3 meets VideoGame/LittleBigPlanet."
** The Huffington Post describes it as "''TheTerminator'' meets ''WesternAnimation/WallE''".
** "WesternAnimation/ToyStory vs. Film/TheMatrix"...the Fabrication Machine even looks like a Squiddy.
** "Sackboys fight a steampunk Skynet in a post-apocalyptic VideoGame/LittleBigPlanet."
*** Keep in mind, the short film of ''9'' was released 4 years ''before'' VideoGame/LittleBigPlanet. In fact, there are several curious similarities, like the enemies, the clothes, the zipper... In fact, Creator/MediaMolecule started developing ''LBP'' a month after ''9'' was nominated at the UsefulNotes/{{Academy Award}}s.
7th Apr '16 2:15:58 PM 8BrickMario
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* ScaryStitches: Invoked with the ragdoll-like characters, dark atmosphere, and the Seamstress.
24th Feb '16 11:27:09 AM GoldenKeyblade
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* MeaningfulEcho: [[spoiler:"Sometimes one/1 must be sacrificed (for the good of many)."]]

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* MeaningfulEcho: [[spoiler:"Sometimes one/1 The words "Sometimes one must be sacrificed" are said by 1 twice in the movie. The first time, it's his argument against saving 2; the full quote is "Sometimes one must be sacrificed (for for the good of many)."]]the many." The second time, near the end of the movie, [[spoiler:it's literally referring to 1 sacrificing himself to save 9]].
19th Feb '16 9:44:11 AM trulymadmoves
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* TheQuietOne: 8. His lines that involve actual words rather than grunts can be counted on one hand.

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* TheQuietOne: 6 and 8. His You can count all of 6's lines that involve actual words rather than grunts can be counted on one hand.hand, and on the other hand you can count the number of ''words'' 8 says. Both of them have more dialogue in deleted scenes than they do in the movie, indicating that their quietness was unintentional.
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