Tickled (2016) 1080p YIFY Movie

Tickled (2016) 1080p

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.

IMDB: 7.60 Likes

  • Genre: Documentary | Mystery
  • Quality: 1080p
  • Size: 1.46G
  • Resolution: 1920*1080 / 23.976 fpsfps
  • Language: English  
  • Run Time: 92
  • IMDB Rating: 7.6/10 
  • MPR: Normal
  • Peers/Seeds: 4 / 12

The Synopsis for Tickled (2016) 1080p


The Director and Players for Tickled (2016) 1080p

[Director]Dylan Reeve
[Director]Dylan Reeve
[Director]David Farrier
[Director]David Farrier
[Role:]Marko Realmonte


The Reviews for Tickled (2016) 1080p


Amusing and disturbing at equal dosesReviewed byImdbidiaVote: 7/10

The story unveiled by Tickled is bizarre, is weird, is scary and even horrifying. It starts as one of Ferrier's usual researches for an odd story. He found an odd tickling sporting competition sponsored by an American company, contacted the company and the abuse and threats immediately began. Being bullied and threatened didn't stop Ferrier, on the contrary pushed Ferrier and his cameraman Reeve to pursue the story further. They ended unveiling why such an innocent thing as tickling has some people in the USA angry about being investigated, and whom these people exactly are. Tickled unveils a sub-world that is equally amusing, ridiculous and disturbing, and that tickling movies aren't such an innocent thing.

This is an indie documentary, made with not many means, and therefore, even more valuable, as the bullying and pressure these guys had could not be counterbalanced with, say, the support of a news channel or a corporation. The investigation is well carried out, and they really dig deeper into the funny-not-so-funny world of tickling despite the pressure not to do so. The lack of means also shows in the form of shortcomings to carry out the research.

I found a few things I thought deserved a different treatment or more research and digging. Firstly, these guys didn't take enough precautions to protect some of the confidants, those willing to speak about the bad guy off camera. If you record a conversation of a confidant who is scared of the bad guy and then reproduce the conversation on camera without voice distortion and without protecting the identity of that person, you are turning that person into a target. Besides, I would have loved more details about the nasty guy, especially about his work as educator in different schools and his life in jail. Why not interviewing some of his co-workers at the High Schools he worked? Was he weird? Did he show any odd behavior with youngsters? Was he a problematic person? Was he in good terms with other teachers? Also, this guy was tried and sent to jail in the past, so there must be a humongous amount of information about him in the lawsuit paperwork, and plenty of people he met in jail who might help provide a better profile of this disturbed dangerous guy.

Overall, this is an amazing story, and a very interesting and entertaining documentary. In my case, I discovered that tickling is fetish, and that the guy behind the company is actually a mentally disturbed person with some sort of sexual dysfunction and denial of his own gayness and, most importantly a bully with tons of money, a teacher turned lawyer, a ruthless person who punishes anybody who doesn't do what he wants, by destroying their reputation and their lives.

Kudos to Ferrier and Reeve for such a great investigation. I hope they are able to get more money so they can dig further, get proper legal protection, and offered more privacy to their confidants.

Boring even for a documentaryReviewed bysolun-1Vote: 7/10

Sadly, I was not surprised, interested, educated nor entertained by this documentary. The pace is really slow, so slow that I ate everything that was not expired in my fridge and had strong cravings to do anything but watch the documentary. But I pulled through.

I felt like we were shown only some convenient parts of communication between the two conflicted parties that the creator(s) wanted us to see so we side with them. Also, the reporter was sometimes rude and a bit creepy, he could handle everything with respect towards everyone and still get the same interview without playing a pushy and annoying reporter.

Overall I don't know what to say, I feel like watching 90 minutes of people having a dinner and not talking. Basically we are just affirmed that some people act stupid and fire you off your position at the college football team because they saw you getting tickled for money in a video. But I guess we know some people act like this and we should focus on them stopping this kind of behavior but the maker(s) of the documentary didn't even try to contact the coach to hear his explanation or to dig into why he did it, they just kept repeating that tickling for money happens because some people like to watch this kind of stuff. I think I've never been so confused about a documentary. Of course if there was abductions and forced tickling, that would be worth a look, but everyone taking part in that practice knew what they are going into - getting tickled for cash fully clothed.

I gave it 2 out of 10 because it is technically okay, there are no total flops in the tech department. Couldn't find more to praise. For me it was not worth 90 minutes and cannot recommend spending time watching it to anyone unless you have a tickling fetish of course :))

Interesting.Reviewed byinvisibleunicornninjaVote: 7/10

Though it may seem weird - and it is - this is a fascinating investigation into the world of tickling. This documentary features some great journalism on the dark world of tickling and I would highly recommend watching.

On a technical level, this is well put-together with some stellar cinematography, and some great music.

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