That’s What I Am


A thought-provoking story about an eighth grade boy who is paired with the school misfit and learns about respect, individualism, and the human nature.

I absolutely loved this film. The film’s main character, Andy, creates the perfect neutral character while exploring why children pick on the losers and why sexuality changes a person’s character. It picked up on real-life problems, placing them at a more child’s level to get to both the younger and older generations. With classic hilarity for the kids and life-long morals for the adults, everyone can truly enjoy this film, and get something out of it.

Would I recommend it? Of course. I feel that I learned something from this simple film and that’s usually the sign of a reasonably decent feature. So yes, I would definitely recommend That’s What I Am.

My Rating: StarStarStar