That's What I Am


Action / Comedy / Drama / Romance


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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 5 / 13

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by kurtlazio 9 / 10

Absolutely .......... Brilliant !

Wow ! What a movie . Saw it on DVD only because Ed Harris stars in it. I am very fussy about these sorts of films concerning teenagers , but when one great actor stars in this kind of film , I always have a look.

And thank God Ed Harris starred in this movie. His performance was wonderful ..... definitely Oscar-Worthy . No , I am not kidding , it is great . This movie is underrated , it should have higher ratings , and more exposure.

I am not saying that the young actors did not do a good job , but Ed Harris' experience akes this movie far more realistic and enjoyable.

This movie concerns the theme of bullying and rumors . These affect people's lives . The message that this films wants to give us , suits everyone , both children and adults.

This is one little gem of a film ... great story and acting . I recommend everyone to see it. It is absolutely brilliant.


Reviewed by thekyles99 7 / 10

WWE films finally take off in the right direction!

Well i guess if you continue doing something eventually you will get better at it. Now i don't know if its either the cast hired on here or the WWE writers like i said are just getting better at it? Needless to say it was the best movie i have seen by the WWE as of yet. Actually it should be one i would suggest school's to acquire a copy of to show to their different class full of children as its portrays a great message on how to handle certain topics that unfortunately rear their ugly heads from time and time again. Homosexuality, bully ism and all prejudice against them. Now myself being a huge fan of the WWE's wrestling end of things i was brilliantly surprised by Randy Orton's role in this (even though if it is 5-10mins in total) film. I have seen Dwayne Johnson in the WWE's first feature Walking Tall, I even gave Cena a bit of credit for last year's Legendary but just watching Orton on screen and he just looked so natural doing it. I know there is a certain amount of acting in wrestling however they are not the best of actors however Randy seems like if he wanted to seriously think of another career if he ever got seriously injured he could quite definitely rely on acting to foot the bills. After some school bullies cannot get to their intended targets in school they take it upon themselves and make a compliant to their parents about the sexuality of their teacher Mr. Simon (Ed Harris) this causes a a parent in general who is much like his son to complain to the principal. So as you see the storyline just doesn't sit with the kids as the adults get a learning lesson throughout as well. Good family sit down movie!

Reviewed by kwatinetz 7 / 10

Recommended Uplifting Fare

what a refreshing film! though of course somewhat derivative (what schoolteacher drama is not these days!?) That's What I Am still manages to surprise and even delight in moments. I wandered into the Quad cinema looking for whatever was playing on a Sun afternoon, so expectations were very low, and I had not heard of this film--upon seeing the poster almost decided to read a book instead. but I went in, and very glad that I did. Ed harris is fantastic as the teacher we all wished we had. But the conflict of the story does not end in some far fetched deus ex machina, and paints a redeeming picture of humanity despite an equally visible and counter-vailing reality of distrust and salem witch hunting. I would recommend this for all ages (middle school and up) and think you will find it to be a very rewarding way to spend a couple of hours. I hope this film goes forward so more can see it.

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