Disappointing, not very funny, crude, good premise, poor sound mix, hard to hear dialog at times, interesting observations about the political landscape. These are some of the things I can impart about “Man of the Year”. Tom Dobbs describes aspects of the political landscape that I believe many Americans are fed up with. He presents himself as a fresh, honest, up front and funny candidate for our nation’s highest office. That is the interesting part of the film. What is disappointing to me is that the poor sound mix in the film made it difficult to understand the main dialog in some scenes. It is like the background sounds are elevated and the dialog dialed down. Although containing some obscene and profane language, “Man of the Year” is a fairly tame film for what the MPAA rates as PG-13. It’s not that I don’t agree with that rating, I do. But why are there several other more objectionable films with more graphic content also rated PG-13? There is no consistency with the MPAA rating as far as I can see. It’s too bad we can’t say “Man of the Year” is the Film of the Year.