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Mr. Toilet: The World's #2 Man is a movie starring Jack Sim. Jack Sim, aka "Mr. Toilet," is a crusader for global sanitation. Born in the Singapore slums, Sim knows firsthand the agonies of not having a proper loo. Now he's...

Genres
Documentary
Director
Lily Zepeda
Starring
Jack Sim

All Systems Operational

Product details

Genres Documentary
Director Lily Zepeda
Writer Monique Zavistovski, Lily Zepeda, Tchavdar Georgiev, Hee-Jae Park
Stars Jack Sim
Country USA
Runtime 1 h 27 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description Jack Sim, aka "Mr. Toilet," is a crusader for global sanitation. Born in the Singapore slums, Sim knows firsthand the agonies of not having a proper loo. Now he's dedicating his life to a crisis no one dares talk about.

Top reviews

Wednesday, 26 Aug 2020 11:12

This movie was not what I expected. It wasn't as good as I had hoped. It's not bad, it's just not as good as I had hoped. The movie is about a man named Andrew Bulger who is the prime suspect in the Boston Strangler Murders. The movie also focuses on his family and his relationship with his daughter, who is now a teenager. The film is not very entertaining, it's a long boring documentary. The director, Chris Hanley, doesn't give the viewer many interesting things to think about. He spends a lot of time telling the viewer how important it is to connect with your child, and how you should have a good relationship with your child. The family is really very boring. It's not that the father is bad, it's that he's not very interesting. He's a boring guy, who doesn't really do anything. There are some scenes where he tells his daughter to look up a photo of her mother, and he's not very happy with that. I understand that his daughter was very upset by the loss of her mother, but I don't understand why he's so sad. There is one part where he talks about how she was going to be a great mother. He makes a comment about how much he loves his daughter, and he's happy that she's going to be a great mother, but it's not very interesting. I don't understand how he's so happy about her mother. There are some things in the movie that are very disturbing, such as the photographs of his daughter being taken. The one thing that I do like about this movie is the soundtrack. The music is very cool. I like it. I don't really like the songs that much, but I like the music. It's very well done, and I like that it's not as bad as it sounds. Overall, I wouldn't recommend this movie. It's not very good. I'm going to wait for it to come out on DVD. It's worth watching, but it's not very good.
Wednesday, 03 Jun 2020 19:55

I always like the clips of various celebrity's in documentaries as it adds a lot to the film itself. A good example is the very entertaining film "Yeh Koi.Arshad Warsi", as the interview between Jaya Bhaduri and him is the best part of the film. But with the documentary "Kajol" the director added a few more of my favorites which I will discuss later in this review. The documentary has a good flow, however, some of the interviews with the other celebrities and comedians were just not worth listening to. One example would be the one with Sanjay Dutt, who is not a funny man, and should have been mentioned more. However, the interviewer was actually a comedian himself and he was quite hilarious. Another good example would be with the interview with George Takei, who is a good example of a comedian who can entertain even without the mic, or a TV host. However, it was mentioned, in the video, that he was a "famous comedian", which made the interview feel a little out of place, as it was the one interview that was less than 2 minutes. But overall, the interviews were very good, and I would recommend this to everyone who is a fan of Jaya Bhaduri or the movie. However, the interviews with George Takei and George Lopez did not really add much to the film, since they were just too short, and their jokes were not funny. Overall, I would give this documentary a good rating of 8/10, since it is worth the time to watch, however, the interviews were so short, it was hard to find the time to watch it all. However, it is still worth watching, as it does contain a lot of good jokes. The same thing could be said of the DVD, which contains a few additional interviews. Overall, the documentary is worth watching, and I recommend it to everyone who is a fan of Jaya Bhaduri or the movie.


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