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Tickled

Tickled is a movie starring David Farrier, Dylan Reeve, and David Starr. Journalist David Farrier stumbles upon a mysterious tickling competition online. As he delves deeper he comes up against fierce resistance, but that doesn't...

Other Titles
L'impero del solletico, Kittlad, くすぐり, Połaskotany, Csiklandozás életre-halálra, Totul despre gâdilat, Tickle King, Tickled: Kutituspornon Jäljillä
Running Time
1 hours 32 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary, Mystery
Director
Dylan Reeve, David Farrier
Actors
Dylan Reeve, David Starr, David Farrier, Kevin Clarke
Country
New Zealand
Year
2016
Audio Languages
اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
اللغة_العربية, 日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Journalist David Farrier stumbles upon a mysterious tickling competition online. As he delves deeper he comes up against fierce resistance, but that doesn't stop him getting to the bottom of a story stranger than fiction.

Comments about documentary «Tickled» (20)

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Lauren

I really liked this film. It is an outstanding work by an outstanding director. The way the story is told is a beautiful piece of work. You feel that you are in the movie as a viewer. This is a film that you should watch.

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Philip Perez

Cher and Joan Collins was a relationship that broke up for the longest time. But, thanks to the beauty of the film, the love is finally restored. The film is amazing and Cher, despite all the changes, looks as beautiful as ever. The film is definitely a must see for anyone who has ever felt lost or lost someone.

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Ethan

A lot of movies have been made about the life of Donald Duck and the characters he has created. Donald Duck's life is not the only thing that has been done with him. There have been so many other characters created for Donald Duck that are far more interesting than Donald Duck. The people who made this film seem to think that the only reason Donald Duck is in this film is because people like me like him so much. I don't think that's the reason. In fact, I don't think anyone who liked this film was really trying to like Donald Duck at all. This is just another movie that Donald Duck has been in that was just so boring, so predictable, and so poor in every way that it was just not worth the time to watch. I don't understand why anyone would love this film so much. It is just a mediocre movie with a mediocre plot. I think that the people who are going to love this film are going to love Donald Duck's other movies, like the other movies that he has been in, because of the way they are made.

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Joseph

The only thing I didn't like about this documentary was the fact that it was in Spanish. I was hoping that the English subtitles would make a difference. I just wish they would have chosen to keep the documentary in English.

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Beverly C.

When I first heard of this movie, I thought it would be more about dinosaurs and other animals. I was wrong. It is about people, families, relationships, and a lot more. I think you can't really fit this movie into one genre or another. It is a good movie to watch if you have a family member who doesn't understand or wants to understand autism. I think the cast was amazing. Every character was interesting and believable. There were several scenes that I felt could have been a little more than a tad bit more poetic. The story was told well, but could have used a little more drama. It felt to me like it was only given a short ending. If you are a family member who has a family member on the autism spectrum, you will probably love this movie. I think the message is important and it could really help families and friends understand. I think the actors and actresses were amazing and did a fantastic job portraying their characters. It was good to see an autistic family on screen. There are many wonderful things about this movie. It shows that autism is not always bad and can be very positive and a great thing. I give this movie a 9 out of 10.

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Joyce R.

It's very difficult to talk about this film without giving away some major spoilers, but trust me. I do NOT recommend this film for anyone, ever, but if you are willing to be open minded, open minded, open minded, you might find it an interesting experience. A good friend of mine was actually in this movie and asked me to pick his brain about it when he left. He had heard many good things about it, but had not seen it. He asked me to give it a try, and I could not have been more pleased with his answer. I also read the book, and I can assure you that this is one of the most fascinating books I have ever read. I was not prepared for the depth and emotion that this film could bring to this story. I saw it on the big screen, and I was blown away by what I saw. It was a surreal experience, but one that I would recommend to anyone who has the slightest interest in this story. It is an amazing film, and it is truly a piece of art.

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Jerry

I loved this movie. I've always been a big fan of David Fincher and Tim Burton. The story is good. I liked the cinematography and the music. This movie is much more than just a story about a boy that has autism. It's about a kid with autism and a world full of amazing people. It's about parents, kids, and adults with autism. It's about the struggle of families and the challenges they face when trying to keep their child with autism safe. It's about the family we lost and the ones we're going to lose. It's about the positive changes that have come about as a result of the relationship between our family and the people with autism. And most of all, it's about the stories that are being told, the amazing people who are telling them, and the amazing ones who are telling them.

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Andrea

As an avid fan of the original, I am pleased to report that this documentary, while not as well-done as the original, was still a very entertaining and well-produced piece of work. As far as I'm concerned, this film, while not being perfect, was a superb follow-up to the original and, while it does not use the exact same methodology, it was still worth watching. While it is not a documentary, the film is rather entertaining and informative. There is plenty of new information and it does not feel like a documentary at all. I have to admit, that I was a little surprised that so many people were critical of the original and that the two documentaries seemed to be completely different, but I think that this is a great sign of how different the two films are. While this is not a perfect film, it is definitely a good film.

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Carol Crawford

I don't want to give anything away for those who haven't seen it yet, but the movie takes a very different approach to exposing the phenomenon of the small number of women who are regularly experiencing tickling and have suffered the "tickle" before they are able to narrate their stories. In a way it is very similar to the "Tickle Me If You Can" movie that came out in 1997. I was very intrigued and entertained by this documentary, and highly recommend it.

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Ralph Holmes

I have been a fan of Jenny Durkan for a long time, having seen her films and knowing her work history, and the film tickled me and kept me interested. She has a rare gift of looking at the past in a very interesting and personal way. I can't say enough about how well she did this film. I was very impressed with the way the film was edited. I can't imagine someone not being able to see how the director and actors gave the audience insight into the past. I know that this is only a film, but it really did feel like a documentary. I loved the part when Jenny Durkan asked a question to the audience and it turned out that she actually knew the answer to the question. It was very touching. I wish I had known about this film before I went to see Jenny Durkan in 'Walking and Talking' in the summer of 2012. I would have been very impressed with her work in this film.

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Dorothy Hamilton

Tickled is an amazing documentary about a dog named Sparky who was brought to a hospital in Florida after a drowning. After a few days, Sparky started behaving strangely. It was like he was a ghost or a spirit trying to communicate with his owners. The film follows Sparky, his owner, his friends, and his new owner. It's an incredible story of friendship, kindness, and the life of a dog. I highly recommend it to anyone. Also, I found out that it's not the first time that a dog has been brought to a hospital after a drowning. This happened at the same hospital where she was found. In a matter of years, this film will become one of the most popular documentaries in history.

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Kevin G.

As I sit here writing this review, I am surprised that I am actually so critical about this movie. It was such a well done documentary. It is well filmed, and it is very entertaining. It was very hard to tell how much of this was scripted, and how much was true. This is a very deep film, and it has a lot of things that are very true. I can understand why people didn't like it, but I still think it is worth watching. I think that if you are going to see this, see it with a lot of friends and a lot of popcorn. I was really impressed with the documentary aspect of this movie, and I think that it should have won best documentary at the Oscars. It was well done. It was very informative, and I would recommend that you see this movie.

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Mildred Perkins

I am not really sure what to make of this film. It's a bit of a mess, really. It's trying to be something it's not, and it doesn't have a strong point to make. There's a lot of dialog, a lot of information, but it's not a very interesting movie, in my opinion. Maybe I missed something, or maybe I like this style of movies, or maybe I like how it's told. I don't know, but I think this is a good thing to try and try and try to understand. And there are a lot of things to learn, and a lot of things to be unsure about, and that's why it's a little bit difficult to get it through. This is not an "explorer", this is not an "entertaining" film. It's not a "dramatic" film, or even a "violent" film. It's a film about how we deal with a little bit of information, and how we deal with it. It's about learning how to process information, and how to process information. And there's a lot of learning to be done here. But I don't think it's a very good film. It's not a film that I think any of the people involved with the production of this film should be proud of. It's not an "epic" film, or even a "prestigious" film. It's a good film, but not a very good film. The subjects are not very interesting, the film is a bit slow and not very good, and there are many things that are unclear or just plain wrong about it. But it's a good film, and I think I'll try to like it more the more I think about it. It's not a film to be proud of, but it's a good film to try and try and try to understand. So, if you like the film style, and you're curious about it, check it out. It's not a masterpiece, but it's worth watching. I think I will. I think I'll be watching this again sometime in the future. I'll just have to figure out what I want to learn from this film. I'm not sure. Maybe it's just the fact that I'm not very interested in this subject. Maybe it's just the fact that I'm not really able to work out what I want to learn from it. Maybe it's just that I don't really know what it's about. But if it's just about learning, and it's about learning something, it's a good film. But it's not really a film about learning. It's a film about what it's like to learn something, and it's about what it's like to learn something from a film. If I had a good feeling about it, and if it was good enough to make me want to watch it again, I would watch it again. But it's not a good film, and it's not a film that I think I'll be proud of. So, if you're interested in learning more about this film, check it out. I think it's worth it.

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Elizabeth

This film was not what I expected. I expected a documentary-like feel, but instead the film is focused on the author's personal and private life. It is a very personal story, very private, and very well told. It's about what it is to be a writer, what it is to be an artist, and how it is to have an audience. It is a very good film, and I hope the film does well enough to spread the word. I give it a 9 out of 10. I would recommend it to anyone who enjoys a good personal and private film.

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Roger Walker

This documentary is worth watching. It is about the terrible effects of breast cancer, and how the "bad guys" (who usually are the doctors) can ruin the lives of those that have a terminal disease. The documentary shows how medical institutions are responsible for the wrong decisions, and how the "good guys" are helpless in the face of them. It also shows how the patients who are treated in hospitals often have been subjected to unnecessary procedures. One particular patient was tortured by a doctor who did not want to admit that his wife was dying. The documentary makes it clear that the disease itself is the cause of all the unnecessary procedures, and also shows how the medical staff is very involved in the patient's life. It is difficult to watch this documentary without feeling ashamed of the medical staff. The documentary will certainly make you aware of how medical institutions are just as responsible for the wrong decisions as the "bad guys" are. I give it a 9 out of 10.

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Michael

I have been told many times that I am a moron for not knowing that it is OK to take your kids to the movies if they are scared or upset. While I have to admit that I am no expert, I do know that the biggest horror is a child being terrorized. If you want to see an extreme horror movie that is pure and bloody, watch it. If you want a movie that is perfect in every aspect, just stay home and watch something else. You may be glad you did. I can't believe how many people rate this movie so low. It is really sick, but I enjoyed it. I love movies that are really out there. I love the idea of "off the wall" movies. For me, the movie was just so well done that I could not decide if I liked it or not. I can't even explain how I really enjoyed this movie. It made me laugh, and I was able to see a true movie that is realistic and artistic. It was a true roller-coaster ride that I did not want to miss. The acting was great, the camera-work was great, the music was great, the story was great, and the visuals were really out of this world. I am sorry, I know it was just a movie, but I can't help but think that I really loved this movie. It was really amazing. I can't even think of anything to complain about. I really liked it, and I really hope that you will too. My rating for this movie is 9/10, and I give it a 10/10.

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Thomas S.

As a former missionary, I have experienced the process of leaving the church and finding God. This film serves as a valuable tool to help us understand what went wrong. But it is also a tool to help us think about what went right. In this film, we see missionaries from different faiths from around the world working together, and ultimately sharing their faith with one another. What you see on screen is a celebration of the diversity of beliefs. It is a reflection of the passion that missionaries bring to the mission field, and their desire to be a part of something bigger than themselves. This film is an excellent tool to teach missionaries how to build relationships with their peers, to become more self-critical, and to begin to discern the differences between different faith traditions. I have recently returned from a mission in Germany, and the missionary exchange program is still very much alive. I am very excited about the future of this program. This film is a powerful reminder that the missionaries who leave the church are people just like us. They are looking for God, but they have no idea where to start. We need them to help us in our journey.

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Zachary

It is very rare to see a documentary that is so interesting and honest. It makes me sad to see that some people find their lives boring and pointless. This documentary explains what is really important to a person in the world. It shows that a person has no power over anything, but it gives you the opportunity to know the importance of the most important things in your life. I think it is very rare to find a documentary that is so informative and so realistic. It gives a clear message of what is important in life and how to make the most of it. I think it is very important to share this documentary with the world. I think it is a great documentary, especially because it is very interesting. It shows us the importance of what we do and how to do it better.

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Scott

I found this documentary to be much more interesting than I expected. I went in expecting a depressing film about the effects of chemical exposure, but what I found was a very emotional and well-made film about how kids who suffer from chemical exposure can learn to cope and overcome their problems. It was very well made, and very compelling. I highly recommend this movie to anyone who is interested in the topic of chemical exposure and its effects on children.

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Nicholas

I saw this film in the TIFF program a couple of years ago, and it's just as powerful and touching today. It's an incredible story of how one family's story affects so many other families. The entire TIFF audience was completely absorbed in this story, and I was proud to be in a program that was so moving. The film includes everything from the relationship between the husband and wife, the mother and father, the children, the sisters, the brothers, the cousins, and the neighbors. It covers everything from the hardest part of the family, the labor, to the fun part, the triumph and the defeat. The characters are so real, and so good at moving the story along. There are many times where I just couldn't help myself from crying, and the movie never let me down. I hope this movie will be shown to every family to share their stories with.