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All Work All Play: The Pursuit of eSports Glory Live 2015 123movies

All Work All Play: The Pursuit of eSports Glory Live 2015 123movies

Apr. 20, 201590 Min.
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Watch: All Work All Play: The Pursuit of eSports Glory Live 2015 123movies, Full Movie Online – This Is a documentary about life and struggle of people for becoming professional gamers..
Plot: There’s something happening in the world of video games. Thousands are flocking to arenas to watch tournaments unfold. Tens of millions are watching online. One percent of the world population is playing the most popular competitive game. In All Work All Play, go behind the scenes and follow the ascent of eSports, and watch as the best pro gamers in the world fight for the Intel Extreme Masters championship.
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Talented filmmaker makes a valiant attempt
All work all Play is not a riveting story. It is a success however. To date it is one of the few docs to get on Netflix, which is good for esports fans. More is always better. The best parts of the film follow Michal Blicharz. I also loved the opening moments of the film. A doc about esports must be hard to plot for a main stream audience. It requires a lot of explanation to get the viewer up to speed. Describing the game itself to a general audience is next to impossible but also somewhat necessary. I give these guys credit for what they did manage.
Review By: Maxwell_Kennedy
Most Important eSports Documentary of this Generation
The film shows that professional gaming is a real industry. The viewer base is growing exponentially. Video games can be more than just button mashing and a waste of time. At the highest level, it requires skill, discipline, sacrifice, team work, and maturity.

We see most of the film’s journey through the point of view of Michael “Carmac” Blicharz (the man in charge of organizing Intel Extreme Masters (IEM). I’ve heard of IEM from my Starcraft friends, but the film really gave me a sense of the scale of IEM. It feels like it’s kind of like the Masters for golf or the U.S. Open for tennis. Suffice to say, winning one of these is a pretty big accomplishment.

We also get perspectives from two of the top League of Legends (LoL) teams – Cloud 9 and Team Solo Mid. Most notably, the players Hai “Hai” Lam and Marcus “Dyrus” Hill.

I’m not a League player. My only experience with LoL is playing through the tutorial and a couple of matches.

So don’t worry if you don’t know anything or even care about LoL. The documentary isn’t about LoL or is trying to push anyone to play LoL. It only uses LoL as a backdrop and I love the way it presented the rules without overwhelming someone with all the details.

The amazing and inspiring thing was finding out rookies can get salaries of $30,000 and some professionals are well into the $100,000+ in earnings. I went in expecting some of them to say, “yea but I also have a day job.”

I really enjoyed the rivalry and mutual respect between Cloud 9 and TSM. There were moments I wanted to shout USA, USA, USA (I’m a sucker for patriotic moments in any movie).

It’s also the first time I’ve heard of Robert Morris University (RMU) and their eSports program. How freaking awesome is that? If I was 18 right now, RMU would definitely be on my list.

I’ve read a lot of reviews that mentioned the documentary didn’t create enough of an emotional connection between the characters and the audience. I disagree. I think the film did an excellent job with Carmac and while the film doesn’t connect the audience to any single person as well as say, Free to Play or Indie Game the Movie, it did make me feel like I had a stake in certain teams winning.

What did annoy me was the top of the heads on some of the interviews were cut off. I just recently took a head shot photography class and I understand it’s OK to have a bit of the subject’s head being cut off. However, when it comes to movies and especially documentaries, I prefer to see the entire head of the interview subject.

I really didn’t like the way the film started off. It begins with 30 minutes of Starcraft 2 game play. This was probably done to build hype for Legacy of the Void and has nothing to really do with the film itself.

Be sure to stay after the credits roll, because there’s an interview panel that provides some interesting insights from Carmac, Patrick Creadon (director), C9’s Zachary “Sneaky” Scuderi, and Jack Etienne (C9 founder).

I’ve watched Free to Play, Indie Game the Movie, and I Got Next (fighting games documentary) and All Work All Play is my favorite gaming documentary so far.

We can debate whether eSports is a sport and if professional gamers should be classified as athletes, but one thing is for sure. It really doesn’t matter what you call it. If tons of people want to watch something and will actually pay to watch, it’s the real deal.

And plus, as gamer myself, it’s just so awesome to see people playing games they love and actually making a living out of it!

Review By: user-645-392630

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Original Title All Work All Play: The Pursuit of eSports Glory Live
Release Date 2015-04-20
Release Year 2015

Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 34 min (94 min)
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Rated Not Rated
Genre Documentary
Director Patrick Creadon
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Actors Judy Barbosa, Søren Bjerg, Michal Blicharz
Country United States
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All Work All Play: The Pursuit of eSports Glory Live 2015 123movies
Original title All Work All Play: The Pursuit of eSports Glory Live
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