The second film in the trilogy with director Chris Columbus & actor Robin Williams, which all feature San Francisco as the main setting, a city both Columbus and Williams were residents. The trilogy began with Mrs. Doubtfire, this film and Bicentennial Man as the concluding film. See more »
When Samuel is driving his Porsche very fast his hair isn't blowing in the wind at all. See more »
I saw this film was on TV last night, and decided to check it out on IMDb. After reading the numerous negative comments, I was pretty skeptical and didn't really make an effort to get to the TV in time for it starting. What a mistake that was. My word, this was one funny film! Perhaps it's an acquired sense of humour, but in some parts I was laughing so hard my stomach hurt! It's certainly not a film that requires thought or is deep and meaningful in any way, but if you want a giggle, then Nine Months will definitely put a smile on your face. It did mine! The only downside is perhaps having such high profile stars in not very challenging roles. Aside from this, Nine Months is a light hearted comedy that really got me laughing.
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