7 Days in Hell

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"The epic battle for epicness"
  • R
  • 2015
  • 45 min
  • 7.1  (20,176)

7 Days in Hell is a tennis mockumentary released in 2015, directed by Jake Szymanski, with Andy Samberg, Kit Harington, and Fred Armisen playing the main roles. The movie sets in 2001 in London, where two tennis players, the fictitious Aaron Williams (Samberg) and the British prodigy Charles Poole (Harington), face off in an epic seven-day match at Wimbledon, which is labeled as the longest tennis match on record.

The film is a parody of the serious and dramatic tone of sports documentaries, presenting a hilarious and absurd narrative of the two athletes' lives and their match, using interviews with real athletes and pundits to create a fictional reality.

The plot starts with the introduction of the two players, their childhood, their career highlights, and the events that lead them to face off against each other at Wimbledon. Aaron Williams is a flamboyant and rude tennis player that has never won a major tournament but is known for his outrageous antics and over-the-top celebrations. On the other side, Charles Poole grew up in a tennis family and seems to be perfect, talented and polite, holding the hopes of an entire nation on his shoulders.

The epic match takes place, and the film shows the ups and downs of the game, the intense moments, and the wild situations that happen in between the matches, such as Aaron's affair with the Queen of England, Charles's secret twin brother, and a bizarre and hilarious sexual encounter between Fred Armisen's commentator character and a female player who has a crush on Aaron Williams.

As the match goes on, it becomes more and more insane, and both players struggle to keep their head in the game while facing unique challenges. The film mocks the traditions of tennis, the pressure of the players and the impact of the media on the competition, showing some absurd situations that are unlikely to happen in real life.

The movie features a star-studded cast, with appearances from Serena Williams, John McEnroe, Chris Evert, Jim Lampley, and many other notable tennis personalities, adding to the authenticity of the film. Their commentary throughout the movie heightens the absurdity of the situation and adds to the overall entertainment of the movie.

7 Days in Hell is a unique and refreshing concept in the world of mockumentaries, as it takes a beloved sport and turns it on its head. The film is packed with comedy, subtle humor, and witty one-liners that appeal to a wide range of audiences. It's a perfect sports comedy for people who love tennis, but also for people who enjoy a great parody of traditional documentaries.

Overall, 7 Days in Hell is a hilarious movie that pokes fun at the tennis world while providing an authentic sports experience. With its witty humor and a star-studded cast, the film is a must-watch for anyone who loves sports comedies or enjoys a good laugh.

7 Days in Hell is a 2015 tv movie with a runtime of 45 minutes. It has received mostly positive reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 7.1.

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    7.1  (20,176)