The Ninth Gate (1999) 720p YIFY Movie

The Ninth Gate (1999)

A rare book dealer, while seeking out the last two copies of a demon text, gets drawn into a conspiracy with supernatural overtones.

IMDB: 6.649 Likes

  • Genre: Horror | Mystery
  • Quality: 720p
  • Size: 752.43M
  • Resolution: 1280*544 / 23.976fps
  • Language: English
  • Run Time: 133
  • IMDB Rating: 6.6/10 
  • MPR: R
  • Peers/Seeds: 1 / 79

The Synopsis for The Ninth Gate (1999) 720p

Dean Corso, a rare book dealer, is appointed by a renowned book collector, Balkan, to verify the authenticity of one of his books. According to sources, only three copies of that book exist, and in three different places. After losing his friend who has been killed for that book, he leaves on the mission. He wants to verify Balkan's book but finds something else! During his dramatic travels through Paris and Madrid, too many things beyond his expectations are revealed!


The Director and Players for The Ninth Gate (1999) 720p

[Director]Roman Polanski
[Role:Dean Corso]Johnny Depp
[Role:The Girl]Emmanuelle Seigner
[Role:Liana Telfer]Lena Olin
[Role:Boris Balkan]Frank Langella


The Reviews for The Ninth Gate (1999) 720p


Excellent film...Grossly misunderstood! Easily one of Polanski's finest!Reviewed byAditya GokhaleVote: 7/10

Some of the critics ratings and user ratings really surprise and shock me at times. "The Ninth Gate" is rated so low, even by the critics (and several movie buffs), I really did not have much expectations from this movie. However, it was after all, a supernatural thriller by Roman Polanski and that was reason enough for me to see it. This, along with some comment I read somewhere that it is similar to Angel Heart, heightened my curiosity and finally saw it! And boy.. am I glad I did!

This is one of Polanski's finest films. There is no sense comparing it to Polanski's earlier classic based on the supernatural, Rosemary's Baby. That is, of course, a classic, but that does not render The Ninth Gate any lesser in terms of quality. The story revolves around a man called Dean Corso (Johnny Depp), who happens to be a dealer in rare books. He is hired by a wealthy book collector by the name of Boris Balkan (Frank Langella) to authenticate a rare and very special book in his possession, "The Nine Gates of the Kingdom of the Shadows". There are only three surviving copies and Balkan is convinced that only one is authentic and the others, forgeries. Corso takes up the job and then begin his investigations and a very mysterious odyssey full of twists and turns. To reveal anything more would be a crime. One should watch the movie to experience it completely.

Polanski has incorporated all the elements that make for a great movie. An interesting plot (based on "El Club Dumas", by Arturo Pérez-Reverte), Darius Khondji's brilliant cinematography, Wojciech Kilar's killer background score, Polanski's masterful direction and the overall atmospheric nature of the movie make up for a great watch! Not to mention some great acting from Johnny Depp (always dependable) and Frank Langella. And let's not forget Mrs. Polanski herself, Emmanuelle Seigner in a very interesting role.

As for the poor reviews this film generally got, I must say I am stumped. There is not a single weak moment; the proceedings glide by smoothly, and are more than intriguing. Suffice to say, it's a very well made film and a fascinating experience.

Never mind, that some so-called critics have lambasted it for some unanswered questions and ambiguities in the story. They are probably the kind who like everything packaged in a neat order with ends all tied up, and are averse to enigma and ambiguity. My viewpoint is that there may be untied ends and unanswered questions...but it is nothing that can't be figured out.

The Ninth Gate is the kind of movie that you would wanna watch again..and then discuss it with fellow-viewers..then watch it again. And am sure, every viewing will yield newer ideas and interpretations..

Reviewed byAdam FrischVote: 10/10/10

Granted, I'm slightly biased since I happen to love Mr. Polanski's work, butthis film was really good. It kind ofbuilt in a slow, very menacing way and had an intelligentplot, only fully concluded until you're out of the cinema. As usual with thedemanding master, the performances are first class, specially Langella andDepp. Here comes a brief summary of the highlights in myopinion:

Brilliant cinematography by the talented Darius Khondji(ofSe7en fame).

The most original title sequence I've seen this side ofBond.

Also listen closely to Wojchiech Kilars (of Dracula fame) absolutelybrilliant score. So light, and yet so heavy andmenacing. Very un-Hollywood.

It definetly puts Polanski back into the game again. Nowifthey'd only let him back into the states so we could get

a new Chinatown.....

Go To HellReviewed byRichVote: 10/10

I loved this gem from Roman Polanski. I haven't seen a bad Polanski film and this one didn't let me down either. It is the best "devil" movie that I have yet to see. I really enjoyed how the film differentiated between bogus Satanism and what would more likely be the case if Lucifer were to make his presence known. Johnny Depp is brilliantly cast as the shady rare books dealer and Frank Langella gives his best performance as the millionaire Satanist intent on finding the final page of a spell that was reportedly written by The Dark One himself. This is an intelligently written and well acted film directed by one of the masters of cinema. I thoroughly enjoyed it from beginning to end.

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