Mr. Fuzzypants

Mr. Fuzzypants

Mr. Fuzzypants

Kevin Spacey goes from billionaire to house cat in this comedy, co-starring Jennifer Garner and Christopher Walken.

Tom is a successful businessman and a failure of a father who rushes to get to his daughter's 11th birthday. On the way, he has to get her the pet he hates most - a cat. But a horrible accident mysteriously leaves him in the body of the feline - named Mr. Fuzzypants - and now spends more time than ever with his family.

2016Rating: PG87 minsFrance, USA
Comedy
Director:
Barry Sonnenfeld ('Men in Black' trilogy, 'Get Shorty', 'RV', 'The Addams Family')
Cast:
Kevin SpaceyJennifer GarnerMalina WeissmanCheryl HinesChristopher WalkenRobbie Amell
64%
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Reviews & comments

Variety

Variety

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[Spacey] could probably have made up wittier dialogue in his sleep. He's hamstrung by this glum paycheck dud, and so is everyone else.

The New York Times

The New York Times

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The cast member you really feel bad for is the cat.

The Guardian

The Guardian

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The script is out to pasture, neglecting to address the interior lives of all of its characters, and failing to deliver a single good punchline.

1.0
Rolling Stone

Rolling Stone

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Family audiences should not be fooled. This witless talking cat movie needs to go out with the kitty litter.

Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles Times

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A Frankenstein's monster of Hollywood's worst instincts, a movie made with a math formula where its vision should have been. The fact of the matter is that you're going to need nine wines to endure "Nine Lives."

Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

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Even 'Cat Fancy' subscribers will hate it.

Variety

Variety

press

[Spacey] could probably have made up wittier dialogue in his sleep. He's hamstrung by this glum paycheck dud, and so is everyone else.

The New York Times

The New York Times

press

The cast member you really feel bad for is the cat.

The Guardian

The Guardian

press

The script is out to pasture, neglecting to address the interior lives of all of its characters, and failing to deliver a single good punchline.

1.0
Rolling Stone

Rolling Stone

press

Family audiences should not be fooled. This witless talking cat movie needs to go out with the kitty litter.

Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles Times

press

A Frankenstein's monster of Hollywood's worst instincts, a movie made with a math formula where its vision should have been. The fact of the matter is that you're going to need nine wines to endure "Nine Lives."

Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

press

Even 'Cat Fancy' subscribers will hate it.

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