From America's greatest beardsman, to Morgan Spurlock's own mustache, Executive Producers Will Arnett, Jason Bateman and Ben Silverman bring us a hilarious look at men's identity in the 21st century. Models, actors, experts and comedians weigh in on what it is to be a man in a world where the definition of masculinity has become as diverse as a hipster's facial hair in Williamsburg. The hilarious follicles of men's idiosyncratic grooming habits are thoroughly combed over as men finally take a long hard look in the mirror.

A documentary that explores the question: In the age of manscaping, metrosexuals, and grooming products galore - what does it mean to be a man? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Mansome torrent reviews

Greg S (ru) wrote: Documentary on the environmental effects of mountaintop removal coal mining in Coal Mountain, West Virgina. The mountaintop removal process has little to recommend it, but unfortunately so does this suprisingly dull and disorganized polemic.

Sam S (br) wrote: Quirky and fun, but not if you're over the age of 10. The plot was obvious and the actors were um...were they acting or just saying lines?

Cory C (au) wrote: Not a good film at all. Weak Story, overall just boring..

Martin B (us) wrote: I haven't seen this bad acting since... "dykaren"...that's impressive...

Dan A (ru) wrote: Great Flick! Brings back the meaning of CINEMA.

Ignacio A (au) wrote: In Talk to Her Almodovar takes us with ballads and dance through a story where his leitmotif emerges once more. A situation that causes two consequences, from which the main characters can't escape, as one cannot exist without the other. Acknowledging one would require the same for the other; and even if one deserves such acknowledgement as eternal gratitude, the other can never be pardoned. Impunity in the end becomes the only possible path.Benigno commits a crime. His troubled mind, caused by 15 years of being his mother's caretaker, leads him to obsess about Alicia. By unfortunate chance she ends up in his hospital bed, under his constant nursing, surveillance and control. This fabricated relationship in his mind leads him to constantly caring for her, massaging her muscles, keeping her body fit. Ultimately he rapes her: the crime that can never be pardoned. At the moment of the birth of her child, she wakes up from her eternal coma: the consequence that deserves eternal gratitude. One act with two very opposite but coexisting consequences. And finally the impunity of Benigno, liberating himself from jail by committing suicide. In the end, was he ill-intentioned or, as his name hints, Benign?The choice of the bullfighter profession for Lidia points out her strong character as a woman. On the inside nonetheless, we find another bullfighter, a sensible one, incapable of fighting even a small rat as well as the past romance that floods her lover's mind, and makes him cry with every memory. She falls in love with him, the bull she cannot fight.The ballet represents the form of bodily expression which the comatose state contrasts.The friendship between Benigno and Marco forms such tight bonds due to the loneliness both have, comprehension that only they could provide to each other.As usual every detail is carefully picked by Almodovar. The subliminal color red, the camera close-up shots. Even for instance the play Benigno assists to, "Amante menguante", sort of "diminishing lover", which parallels with the diminishing lover Benigno becomes, craving to ultimately merge with Alicia and stay forever as a part of her.The movie shows how even if we are masters at fighting, sometimes there are things we cannot fight. Even if we can control our bodies in total harmony, sometimes our bodies are beyond our control. Even the strongest fall. But most notably, some acts lead to dichotomy which has to be embraced with its two contrasting consequences effects, for a benevolent consequence cannot exist without a malevolent one.

Christopher B (ag) wrote: Pretty good. It's no Desperado but definitely kept me entertained.

Frances H (ru) wrote: Cute and entertaining.

Will D (mx) wrote: Entertaining enough while it's on, but this thriller is ultimately indistinguishable from 8 million others.

Tim M (jp) wrote: When you're right you're right and this movie is right!

Arjun A (ag) wrote: A true classic and visionary work.

Michael W (ag) wrote: Rolling thru the @HDTGM library of badness can be painful at times. I have NO IDEA who this movie was made for. Kids?? Adults???

Christopher B (kr) wrote: Wow masterpiece. I would say every Hitchcock film is my favorite.

Ricardo R (kr) wrote: Interesting feel to this movie initially with colorful contrast in personalities and coping styles of the 2 lead characters as they adapt to surviving in post apocalyptic world swarming with zombies. The performances of the 2 leads were very good, both believable and likable. This post apocalyptic world was realistically characterized by long, tedious, boring, empty days and unfortunately the movie also proved to be long, tedious, boring and empty.

Susan P (mx) wrote: Wonderful adaptation (well, according to Wikipedia, anyway, it seems to almost completely match Thomas Hardy's book) of "Tess of the d'Urbervilles". I loved the story, it was heartbreaking but I can't really dock it stars for that. Not all movies are meant to mindlessly entertain. It had themes of feminism, classicism, traditional living vs. modernism, Paganism vs. Catholicism, rape vs. seduction, etc. It's deep. It's beautifully filmed (won an Oscar for Cinematography), Polanski, despite his reputation, is a brilliant filmmaker, I love everything he does, which is why I rented it. Nastassja Kinski, mostly unknown at the time, is brilliant in her role (guess talent runs in the family - fortunately not the madness of her father, Klaus!). I enjoyed watching all the special features, it's really neat how they filmed this, so much hard work that wouldn't need to be done today, taking new effects and CGI into consideration. It's long, but it's an epic, and I can't imagine cutting it. Reading all about the book (or the book) teaches you so much that you wouldn't possibly pick up without it, especially the Pagan themes. Loved it, highly recommend it.