147) How To Be A Man (2014)
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.
6/10 – Worth a watch if you like Gavin McInnes and his brash, controversial and unfiltered brand of comedy. The loud implosion of the main character is similar to that of the It’s Always Sunny guys, as he clings on to this loose reason to try and justify the absurdity he has conjured up, with little or no regard for the repercussions or ‘collateral damage’. It’s easy to be offended by this though, but everything is offensive to someone nowadays, however this film has a higher chance of doing it than most. There will be cries of ‘misogyny’ and how it’s nothing more than fart jokes and objectification, but it if you don’t take it too seriously you can have a lot of fun with this movie.
Available on Netflix now.