That's What I Am

That's What I Am

A coming-of-age story that follows 12-year-old Andy Nichol, a bright student who, like most kids his age, will do anything to avoid conflict for fear of suffering overwhelming ridicule and punishment from his junior high school peers.

12-year-old Andy Nichol learns about appearances, tolerance and other concepts when his teacher pairs him with the school's biggest outcast and social pariah to work on a class project, which change the lives of both young men, and their teacher, forever. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Catherine R (mx) wrote: Not a scary as I would have thought.

Trout Pout L (br) wrote: Can't wait! I know very little about Gertrude Berg, would love to see more!

George P (ag) wrote: Scarecrow films, there should be more of them.In this British movie 4 geniunely unlikable lads go on a bit of outdoor pursuit and end up on a cursed farm. In order to break the curse the 3 "witches" have to replace the scarecrow they made from their dear old absive dad with bits of corpses. Thankfully for the witches the 4 dicks are thinking with theirs and are easy prey. I see no one else has reviewed this film I suspect that is because they do not have the constitution for watching half baked shite that I do. I'm the motherfucking Ray Mears of movie reviews braving all kinds of dismal bollocks because they are the most fun. This movie was not fun it could give you a hernia as your internal organs struggle to kill you so you stop watching.

Henry M (br) wrote: I really like the premise and idea that this film was going for, but in the end it's a movie with an uneven script as well as pacing that doesn't fit as well as it should. Bradley Cooper still managed to give a great performance, but I think they could've done more with this one.

ray s (kr) wrote: well it wasnt to hard to sit through i made it to the end ive taken stars away for originallity and direction it reminded me alot of night of the comet and day of the dead wich the latter i never cared for anyway but this movie had its moments of originallity though so it may be worth a watch

Jos M (us) wrote: Lo mejor Evan Rachel Wood.

Shaun B (nl) wrote: Low budget B-movie that is deliberately bad at the end of a decade that saw a huge amount of straight to video schlock in which anyone with a video camera could and did make a "movie." This lampoons that entire process complete with bad overdubbing, terrible fighting and action scenes that will lampoon Hollywood action films, and cheesy jokes that outrun their usefulness. Yet it still manages to entertain on a most basic level, at least for myself. Growing up in the 90s was a unique experience and this pretty much encapsulates all that was right and wrong about the straight-to-video shitfest that accrued. This probably would have been a GREAT movie had someone like Takashi Miike had directed it, but with the budget presented here all involved did a good enough job.

Chosen 7 (fr) wrote: Very entertaining film..

Sunil J (au) wrote: Cute. Lena Olin and Claire Danes are very good in this.

Naughtia N (us) wrote: This movie was very funny. I saw this one a long time ago and I liked it very much. The story is about some private detectives trying to spy on some suspects and things go very wrong.

Andrew C (it) wrote: A strong ending to the six-film run of the original cast on the big screen. A compelling story with Cold War parallels effectively combines Roddenberry's commentary on contemporary issues while travelling through the stars.

Justin W (ca) wrote: it's another one of those 'so-bad-it's-good' flicks that has itself a li'l cult following. it's pretty terrible all around...the acting is bad....the cinematography is poop...the plot and script are dumb....but, gee golly, for a movie that should really be a stinker, this one somehow managed to be a little entertaining.....pun intended.

Edgar C (br) wrote: Absolute silence, lights and shadows masterfully orchestrated, depressing gestures and a lavishing cinematography: that's Garrel's obscure and underrated masterpiece that shows us the true features that would constitute cinema as a pure art form, why silent masterpieces were what they were and how true auteurs of filmmaking succeeded outside their borders beyond a plot or just style over substance. This is magic, briefly speaking. It also serves as evidence that LSD can turn average moviemakers into masters temporarily... 99/100

Daniel G (de) wrote: Interested in multiverses, supersymmetry and the Higgs boson? This is your movie :-)

Jen L (fr) wrote: Great Sunday morning movie. Flashback to the 80's.

Ethan T (mx) wrote: what appealing leads