#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – A “documentary” on the rivalry between an American tennis player, Aaron Williams (played by Andy Samberg), and an English tennis player, Charles Poole (Kit Harrington, of Game of Thrones fame). Focuses largely on the match where their rivalry reached a climax – Wimbledon 2001, 1st round – a match that took seven days…
Plot: A fictional documentary-style expose on the rivalry between two tennis stars who battled it out in a 1999 match that lasted seven days.
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A game for the ages!
“They could theoretically play forever, which is scary for somebody like me who doesn’t much like watching tennis.”
Jake Szymanski’s 7 Days in Hell is a spoof of sport documentary films similar in style to the 30 For 30 ESPN series. This hilarious 40 minute short written by Murray Miller, stars Andy Samberg and Kit Harington as two famous tennis players who made history when their Wimbledon match lasted seven days. Since the film is made in documentary style format we get fun interviews from the likes of Serena Williams, David Copperfield, and John McEnroe among others. Samberg plays Aaron Williams, a wild athlete who was raised by the Williams’ family (A racial reversal of The Blind Side as Serena jokingly claims). Despite his wild behavior and crazy hair he quickly climbed the tennis ranks. However when he was about to reach the pinnacle of his career, a crazy incident during a final match forced him to abandon tennis and retrieve to Sweden. During his absence, a new star arose: Charles Poole (Kit Harrington), a well mannered mama’s boy British player who is not too bright. During an interview he claimed to be the best tennis player of all time and that is what sparked Williams to want to return. Upon his comeback, the two face off in court during the first round of Wimbledon and what ensues is simply hilarious.
Sport fans everywhere will have a great time with this short spoof documentary full of silly and witty humor. It is absurd and overly raunchy so the humor might not work for everyone. We all know what Samberg is capable of, so Harrington is the one who truly surprises here with his comedy. Williams reminded me of a young Agassi and of course they went over the top with this character. The side-stories that at times seem to be getting off track work to the film’s advantage. They include animated scenes in Swedish prisons and a short bio of a famous jury cartoonist. The producers knew exactly how far they could go with this premise and at 40 minutes they seemed to reach the perfect running time before the joke ran out of steam. It would’ve been a mistake to make this a full length feature film.
Silly but lots of fun, with a great performance by Michael Sheen
7 Days in Hell is a very silly tennis mockumentary. It’s utterly ridiculous from beginning to end, but it’s smart enough to make the stupidity work. It seems like something that was probably a lot of fun to make, since its creators were free to ignore all bounds of taste and reason.
One imagines half of the movie was devoted to casting, since the whole thing is a mix of Hollywood and sports celebrities. Everyone acquits themselves well.
Easily the best thing in the movie is Michael Sheen as talk show host Caspian Wint. I know Sheen as the uptight Dr. Masters, and Caspian proves he has a good deal of range and is an excellent comedic actor. I kind of wish they’d just made a movie about Wint rather than a movie about tennis.
I’m not a sports fan, and this might be funnier if you watch tennis, but I still enjoyed it. Not something for the ages, but very fun.
Original Language en
Runtime 43 min
Genre Comedy, Sport
Director Jake Szymanski
Writer Murray Miller
Actors Andy Samberg, Kit Harington, Fred Armisen, David Copperfield
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Aspect Ratio 1.78 : 1
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