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I Am

(2010)

Rated PG-13 for mature thematic material including a disturbing image.

PG-13 In Theaters 02/18/2011 , 76min.
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Viewer Score
96%
Viewer score based on 94 ratings
37%
Critic score based on 17 reviews

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April 12, 2012
sr00000000118364
Pretty good flick!
May 21, 2011
asarnel
I believe the critics are very dumb for giving this movie a "thumbs down." In fact they are "jerks!" This was a very inspiring movie. It is not for the normal movie goer; but it is true and real. The people clapped when it ended. WHAT MORE CAN I SAY BUT SEE IT FOR YOURSELF
May 08, 2011
jbyrnes613
Saw it today, liked it a lot, and will drag someone else with me when I go again, which I intend to. That the critics, whose opinions make or break films, seem almost unaminously down on it is very curious indeed. I would urge anyone who wonders why the world is such a mess to see this film. It's not perfect, ********* way better than the reviews I've seen and chock full of stuff worth
April 21, 2011
Foxproject
Did you see the critic's score against those people who've seen this movie? THAT dear friends, is why we get such drek at the movies! Seriously, don't believe them, go to this movie. I know its going to be one that I see again and again.
April 14, 2011
missopine
3-STARS CAN'T GIVE IT 5-STARS BECAUSE THE MOVIE WAS A 3 BUT THE SCRIPT IDEA/THE SUBJECT MATTER, IS DEFINITELY 5-STARS. I AGREE, A \"MOVEMENT\" IS UNDERWAY; AMERICANS WILL CRITICIZE CAPITALISM (BUT NOT TO MAKE IT COMMUNISM OR EVEN SOCIALISM BUT MAYBE TO REDEFINE \"SOCIALISM\"), SOMETHING LIKE THAT. BUT PEOPLE ARE TIRED OF \"VULGAR (USELESS) WEALTH\". AMERICANS HAVE

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Washington Post
While I Am has its boogeymen - especially the rich, the racist and the ultra-competitive - Shadyac implicates himself whenever possible. Full Review
Amy Nicholson
Boxoffice Magazine
Shadyac spins cooperation in a different direction. I Am takes the sharing instinct as proof that all living beings are interconnected. Full Review
Carrie Rickey
Philadelphia Inquirer
Did I enjoy Shadyac's film? Very much. Do I think he made many of his points more accessibly and entertainingly in Bruce Almighty? You bet. Full Review
Elizabeth Weitzman
New York Daily News
Pay close attention to the title of Tom Shadyac's documentary. He will try to convince you his film is about humanity uniting to solve its problems. But somehow, his own ego keeps getting in the way. Full Review
Joe Williams
St. Louis Post-Dispatch
Although the choice of interviewees skews the movie in a New Age-y direction, there's less pseudoscience and more heart than in the kindred documentary "What the Bleep Do We Know?" Full Review

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