Reviewed byalx-boychenkoVote: 8/10/10
What makes a good comedy? Is it character development, plot, productionvalues, maybe? I would draw a straight line, because it's that simple:it should make you laugh. That's where most comedies with highproduction values, character development or expensive decoration and FXin the range of 8+ rating fail: they just don't deliver those skullcracking gigs and belly thrashing laughs. Is let's say "The GrandBudapest Hotel" a better movie? - Yes! Well, objectively, let's notdeny obvious cumulative well earned 8.2 points. Did it make me laugh? -Nope, even though I've enjoyed my time spent, it only made me smile atutmost. Hence if you are "hate family comedies" kind of a person andwant some pure and simple raw fun, turn to "How to be a Man" - you suregonna love it.
Reviewed bywillydramaVote: 3/10/10
Gavin McInnes seems to have the same problem as Robert DeNiro. Bywanting to be a businessman, betting on as many horses as possible, hisaudience can't remember when was the last time he came up with goodmaterial. Whilst playing with the subject of 'older guy trying to makea point', the viewer is submitted to a wafer-thin script & very poorexecution. The deadpan reactions of the main character simply aren'tfunny enough and so called embarrassing situations are too scripted andbadly acted to get a reaction. Maybe some millennials and neo-conformer-hipsters will appreciate the obvious irony, but I would steereveryone away from this dud.
Reviewed byDavid MooreVote: 10/10/10
Turns out the normies haven't done very much research.. This page ispretty unscathed.
After watching this movie, I was moved, I was on the edge of my seatwith complete anticipation of the climax.. When it was time to cry Icried. When it time to laugh I laughed, I never fell asleep one timeduring this film.
Many hours after watching this movie I still had questions. Iquestioned my life, my love and my own ideals.. It was at that verymoment of complete awakening I came to the very hard conclusion thatHitler did nothing wrong...
When former comedian Mark McCarthy is faced with a rare form of cancer, he hires a young, impressionable cameraman to document his crude and comical lessons on what it means to be a man for his unborn son.