This adaptation of Thompson's 1952 novel about a cunning, psychotic sheriff's deputy in a small Texas town locates the killer inside him and immerses us in the cold calculation and horrible logic that pull him from one murder to the next.
This is a truly supernatural thriller to watch.\nIt unfolds rather well. You due need to relize wich scenes are flash backs which are not. Kate Hudson does an exellant job with her part. Great acting, great script, good effects. This movie will keep you really close to the edge of your seat. Also the ending is not what you think it should be.
Nine is a searing, carthartic dissection of the creative process; as much as it celebrates the trappings accumulated by those who succeed, it is also an engrossing examination of the deeply-troubled mindset that gets them there.
Dane Cook in my opinion is one Hilarious guy and one heck of an actor! So far I've been impressed by all his films. This movie is awesome and I pretty much laughed throughout the whole thing. I would definately recommend this movie to people who are looking for a good laugh.