That's What I Am


Action / Comedy / Drama / Romance

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 60%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 68%
IMDb Rating 7.1 10 9637


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October 19, 2011 at 06:01 PM



Yvette Rachelle as Yvette
Zachary Gordon as Additional Voice
Ed Harris as Mr. Simon
Madison Pettis as Additional Voice
651.68 MB
23.976 fps
1hr 41 min
P/S 4 / 11

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Asher Zeiger 10 / 10

Absolutely brilliant

I had never heard of this movie, and it happened to be starting when I was channel surfing.

Everything about this is movie is wonderful. The story, the themes, the characters and the performances. Everything.

Appropriate for the entire family and thoroughly enjoyable for everyone.

Reviewed by Leftbanker 4 / 10

Obviously Written by Someone Who Spent Childhood on Another Planet (or in front of a TV)

From the first words of this film you just know what you are in for: a "leave no cliché behind" clumsy attempt at recreating an "era." From the opening credits with TV ads and news reports of "those turbulent years" to the completely corny voice-over narration of the now-all-growed-up protagonist you know that you are in for a film about childhood seemingly written by someone who never had the experience himself. It's like the writer lived in the hospital during his formative years and only learned about this stuff from watching lousy 60s TV, or even worse, Happy Days which was a TV show depicting life in a fictional era. This movie is to adolescence in the 60s as Austin Powers is to spies of this time, except without the humor.

Has there ever been a more cliché bully in all of cinema? Even if a bully like this one ever existed he would be more of a lame creation than a human being. A one dimensional socio-path doesn't even rate as a character in a crappy horror movie.

There wasn't a single honest, authentic moment in this entire film.

Reviewed by marina_simakova 10 / 10

Inspiring and endearingly honest

The movie is about how time and opportunity helps us to define who we are. And who we become later, our ultimate destination. And how teachers, great teachers mean a lot and can show the way and recognize our potentials. Motivating and uplifting, also greatly elaborated and poetic language, which Andy is using to tell his tale. Romantic story line is also very endearing. Mary Clear is definitely a very special character in this movie, and Andy's travel through this tunnel from the boy to a man is very symbolic and exciting to watch. I really enjoyed the movie and found characters to be very realistic. Just go ahead and dream, over the limitations of your school walls, prejudices and bigots, or local bullies. Cause life is not what it seems, not what it is in those teenager years.

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