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UnHung Hero (2013)

Unrated | | Documentary | 6 December 2013 (USA)
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UnHung Hero charts a humiliated man's fact-finding journey as he consults porn stars, doctors and anthropologists to learn whether the size of one's manhood matters.

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UnHung Hero charts a humiliated man's fact-finding journey as he consults porn stars, doctors and anthropologists to learn whether the size of one's manhood matters.

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An insipid pity party
18 February 2016 | by (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England) – See all my reviews

It's a subject that certainly does deserve to be explored - but it certainly could have been done so much better. The final half hour of this documentary contains moments so emotional and insightful that it almost makes Moote's obnoxious behaviour and narration during the first hour worth sitting through.

Unfortunately, its interesting points are so few and far between that the whole show becomes an insipid and occasionally stomach-turning pity party for Moote. Nonetheless, the documentary does exactly what any film studying this subject matter ought to do: expose its protagonist as a cripplingly insecure person in need of psychological - not physical - help.


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