World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) | Release Date: April 29, 2011
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jimmytancrediOct 2, 2011
I really didnâ
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JohnnyTwoCentsJun 10, 2011
This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. I loved this movie. Thought it was entertaining and edifiying at the same time. The actiing was excellent on everyones behalf. Loved the ending credits where you see what actually happens to these characters and the jerk ends up being the real loser. Expand
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filmtrashreviewJun 8, 2011
I will give it credit. That's What I Am is a huge step up in the right direction for distribution company WWE Films however the mixed story line and unclear ending leaves a slightly bitter taste in my mouth.
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VincerMar 3, 2012
It is heavily suggested that the viewer should walk into this movie expecting it to bomb. While it is bad, I agree, it does still have a subtle charm to it. I also praise WWE for putting Randy Orton in this movie for only a few scenes becauseIt is heavily suggested that the viewer should walk into this movie expecting it to bomb. While it is bad, I agree, it does still have a subtle charm to it. I also praise WWE for putting Randy Orton in this movie for only a few scenes because he couldn't act his way out of a paper bag. Speaking of the acting talent, my first reaction to seeing Ed Harris in this movie was: NOOOOOOO! But then I soon realized that without him, this movie would have been even worse. Although, I hope he did fire his agent for this stinker, he completely out-shines anyone from the movie. The acting from the kids are what you would expect, not so terrible. The moral of the story is one we've seen over and over again, and it's just another run-of-the-mill tolerance movies. As much as this movie is bad, it does have a strange charm to it. I would only recommend this to the extreme WWE fans who like to laugh at the movies. 6/10. Expand
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