Man of the Year Synopsis
A talk-show host (Robin Williams) becomes president of the United States.
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Decent movie, if a bit confused about what it wants to be.

By coaster_junkie
It seems the writers couldn't make up their mind if this was supposed to be a drama, comedy, satire or thriller. Overall the satire works well, the other makes it just feel uneven....

okay

By kobe_24
Some of the parts were funny, but it wasn't great for me. I thought it would be better. But the ending was pretty good. Oh, yeah, and I hated that girl, whatever her name was....

Man of the Year--not as funny as it could have been.

By Movielover45
By looking at the poster for this movie you would think it would be a laugh a minute, side splitter. Unfortunately, this is not the case. The reason is because Robin Williams' talent for...

Man of the Year

By acunningham
Choppy and slow at the start and never shows any development. Only one central theme in the first hour - be funny. I wish they would have taken their own advice. During the second hour it turns...

Better than I anticipated!

By HillaryGill
While I was not looking forward to seeing this movie, i was pleasantly surprised by the variety it offered. Not just a Robin Williams vehicle, it was also fun and interesting. I would recommend it...

it sucked.

By meeeeeesh
it sucked....

AWSOME

By cowsrock123
this movie was HALARIOUS!!! it was awsome and i really HIGHLY recomend it...

man of year

By rottoger
it was a pretty good movie, woukd not recomend...

sexaholic

By les_paul
guy is so!!! possesed with sex...

Terrible. Absolutely terrible.

By dmoon01
This is just a horrid film. The biggest drawback is that it tries to blend two genres (uplifting populist political film ala Bulworth and suspense/thriller), and does a terrible job at that. The film...

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Rated PG-13 | For language including some crude sexual references, drug related material, and brief violence
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Common Sense Media says Lame political comedy misses the mark.
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