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.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:101 minutes
  • Release:2011
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:student,   boy,   intolerance,  

A coming-of-age story set in 1965 that follows 12-year-old Andy Nichol (Chase Ellison), a bright student who, like most kids his age, will do anything to avoid conflict for fear of ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


That's What I Am torrent reviews

Christopher B (kr) wrote: Interesting characters and good fight sequences aren't quite enough. All the players come off as part of a B-storyline instead of the main plot.

Arnaud C (it) wrote: Alors celui-la, j'ai pas trop aime...

Thomas J (jp) wrote: This movie was such a pleasure for me because I saw a lot of personal experience parallels. I had no brother but the story is made so much more fun because of the brother. Fun movie!

Lawrence W (gb) wrote: It's bad... Very bad

Tony M (ru) wrote: This movie pretty much defined my high school years. It's what every other movie should strive to be. It's also an extremely powerful motivational tool.

Al M (ru) wrote: While Madhouse is by no means an original slasher film, it is a highly entertaining and bizarro entry in the genre from its very early days. While the film gives away the killer's identity fairly quickly, it still manages to sculpt a truly psychotic and surrealistic thrill-ride that will delight fans of "Golden Age" slashers.

Brad W (au) wrote: OK, Cherie Currie was one of the Runaways, so I thought this would be better.

Eddie D (kr) wrote: a Borowczyk masterpiece

Greg W (it) wrote: maybe not completely different but good n funny

Jack C (ca) wrote: 90 minutes of no voiceover and no music; only the hum of industrial machines and the occasional squawk of a chicken close to death. "Our Daily Bread" is a mesmerizing look at the food industry today. By simply showing the viewer images filmmaker Nikolaus Geyrhalter presents a stark and cold view of the modern food industry. Traveling across the globe, he and his team have captured some absolutely unique footage. Going from corn fields to abattoirs, this films shows every side of where the food we eat come from. At times, this felt extremely cold and unemotional, but you need that when dealing with some of the themes present here. A great, hypnotic, eye-opening film.

Rene W (de) wrote: I think neo-realism works best when it is combined with an historical plot, and this movie is a fine example. Not only does Marcello Mastroianni look incredibly hot with a beard, but the story itself is absolutely wonderful and savvy. This really is a must-see movie.

Jack O (fr) wrote: Really good film stars Sylvester Stallone and Antonio Banderas.

Andrew D (ag) wrote: Eerie, moody, quiet, unsettling, subtle, beautiful, creepy. You never know what's going to happen, which leads to some genuinely scary scenes. The direction and cinematography are fantastic. No answers are given, which can be frustrating or terrifying, depending on the viewer. I'd have to see it again, but it feels like a masterpiece. See it if you're a fan of Peter Weir, David Lynch, The Virgin Suicides (clearly inspired by this film), Kubrick, or There Will Be Blood.