UnReal

UnReal

unReal is for those of us who escape. A film that celebrates breaking free from the confines of reality and venturing into a boundless world. This place isn’t remote or hard to find, and yet many never see it. Here, glacial walls transform into mountain bike trails, rain and snow aren't the only elements to fall from the sky and thousand pound mammals become riding partners. Breathtaking visuals conjure feelings of awe and pure joy; feelings that only those of us who venture outside can truly understand. This film is dedicated to you — the dreamers, the rule-breakers, the ones who never grow up, the ones who know the secret — the ones who know the way into the unReal world.

Unreal is a documentary, comedy, sport film which revolves around several individuals breaking out of their mundane lives. And then they participate in the adventurous thrill-seeking world of mountain biking. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Greg M (nl) wrote: A fun movie. Quirky, bizzare, and always interesting.

Aodhan R (br) wrote: A fantastically made movie with the best sort of makeup effects, that were used for the scary zombies depicted in the movie, and humour that leaves you glued to your seat ( well, to a certain extent, that is ). Set in the East End of London: the home of the cockneys is about to be cursed by a zombie apocalypse that will lure people out of their homes to get bitten accidentally by the zombies, with the outcome of the newly-infected cockneys turning into zombies, and joining the others for a feast of human flesh. While all this is happening a care home is about to be closed down and replaced by an apartment building, but it's sure as gone any way as the hungry zombies aren't far behind. The pensioners that live in the care home are forced to fight for their lives and their sanctuary, whilst the head pensioner called Ray - played by Alan Ford - is relying on two of his nephews to come to their aid and help them escape. The nephews are brothers called Andy and Terry - played by Harry Treadway and Rasmus Hardiker.These two brothers join sides with a professional female hit girl, a coloured psychopathic gunman and weapon organiser and the organiser and expert of the bank heist. These eejits are planning to rob a bank to get the money that will go towards Ray keeping his care home and living peacefully with his friends. Although their biggest avoidance and challenge is returning to the care home without getting bitten by the hungry zombies that are lurking everywhere on the East End. It sounds like a very silly storyline and the movie's script is overwritten with excessive swear words that can be off-putting and unbearable to watch, but the humour has a way of overcoming the doubts the audience may have with this movie, and there's a brilliantly shot shootout sequence in the movie's finale. As weird as it appears to be it's enough to entertain you throughout different parts of the movie.

HungYa L (it) wrote: If you did not appreciate just how good Jamie Lee Curtis is, you will do after you have seen Freaky Friday.

Michael M (us) wrote: I LOVE Shock Treatment! It Has better songs then the ones in The Rocky Horror Picture Show! I Love both Films equally! It gets a bit fuzzy but the plot is bold and different from RHPS and Patricia Quinn and Richard O'Brien are the Stars as Nation and Cosmo McKinley!

Guillaume H (au) wrote: classic 70's fare where every caracter makes the wrong decision and nobody ever notices exaclty whats wrong even if its spelled out in neon letter, its still highly enjoyable exacly for that. It is what it is, with no apologies, has atmosphere in droves and manages to mystify with elements already known by realising them exaclty as they should be.

Morgan W (jp) wrote: a decent hitchcock film.

Michael B (us) wrote: Probably one of my favourite films of all time. It is a very dark and heavy film so be prepared for that. This film will take you on a roller coaster ride of emotions and that is what makes it so good.

Dane C (jp) wrote: A brutal, tragic tale that will leave you extremely emotionally confused.

John B (au) wrote: A true best way to remember Robin Williams. For all his comedic chops, I truly appreciated the way that he tackled serious and often uncomfortable roles. We got a sneak peak in Insomnia and here we have the whole nine yards. We all know this man. A man likely lonely enough to start envisioning an artificial world where he feels connection and what happens when that fantasy drifts into reality.