Director: Roger Allers supervising director , Michal Socha, Gaëtan Brizzi, Paul Brizzi, Joan C. Once upon a time, Amadeo voiced by Rupert Grint was an undisputed champion of table football but slightly less accomplished when it came to everyday life and winning the heart of childhood sweetheart Lara Eve Ponsonby. While showing Laura the foosball table, a kid named Ace arrives and challenges Jake to a game in front of Laura. The film tells the story of Amadeo, a shy table soccer genius whose foosball figures come alive to help him save his local town and win his childhood sweetheart, both threatened by a preening soccer mega-star. Both Rupert and Rob are superb. However, with seconds to go, Ace deliberately injures Jake, who is unable to stop him from scoring the winning goal.
Director: Andrés Couturier Production Company: Ánima Estudios Distributor: Warner Bros. Leader rating This film has not been rated by a club leader yet. Seven years later, Jake's simple routine falls apart when Ace becomes the best football player in the world, and returns to the small town to avenge the only defeat in his life. . The synopsis promises adventure and excitement as Amadeo and the lads go all Hot Shot Hamish and Mighty Mouse on the villain.
It was released on 19 July 2016. The only way to settle their differences is a do-or-die grudge match on the football pitch. With football, the bar and even his soul destroyed, Jake discovers something magical: in the face of adversity, the town's foosball players talk and plan. Comisión Asesora de Exhibiciones Cinematográficas. Cheekily inventive 3D animation from Argentinean director Campanella, standing out from other animated family fare by its quirky characterisation and dry wit. Posted: Wednesday August 13 2014 The so-called film critics from the well-known spreadsheets slated this movie as the worst of 2013 which is complete and utter tripe and should only refer to their collective reviewing abilities. Director: Juan José Campanella Starring: Peter Serafinowicz, Rupert Grint, Anthony Head Cert U, 97mins Arriving just in time for the start of the season The Unbeatables is a cheeky, inventive animated football feature marked by a wild visual imagination and some witty verbal touches.
Director: Naoyoshi Shiotani Production Company: Production I. The film is inspired by the short story Memorias de un wing derecho Memoirs of a Right Wing by Argentine writer. Gaston Gorali, co-writer and producer of the film, and who had previously worked with Campanella for the classic film developed the screenplay with Campanella. In March 2014, acquired distribution rights for the film in the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and France, with plans to release their own English-language version of the film under the title Underdogs. It is a simple story, celebrating the triumph of an underdog but it is also filled with Dali-esque visual extravagance and knowing humour.
A decade later, Flash is considered the greatest football player in the world and is determined to exact a comprehensive revenge. Lining up alongside Grint in the English voice cast are Anthony Head, Ralf Little, Alistair McGowan, Rob Brydon and Eve Ponsonby. Its fun-size players rush to the aid of weedy pub owner Amadeo Rupert Grint when school-bully-turned-football-sensation Flash Anthony Head buys up the village and brings in the bulldozers. Football is the stage on which this story of love, respect, friendship and passion is played out. With the help of the foosball players, Amadeo will have to face his most terrible rival on the football pitch: the Champ. Together they embark on a journey full of adventures to save Laura. Along the way, they become a real team, and while Ace turns the town into a giant stadium and forms a soccer team, Jake recruits members of Ace's foosball team along with those of his own, and also forms a soccer team to challenge Ace.
The Unbeatables was originally released last summer in Latin America with a Spanish voice track, but has since been dubbed, terribly, into English. The crowd instead praises Jake's good sportsmanship, and Ace's manager abandons him, with Ace's teammates also congratulating Jake. Although Jake refuses to play at first, he is victorious, and everyone at the bar applauds. Many years ago, Jake, a timid boy and the best foosball player around, was working in a bar in a small and quiet town. In 2014, acquired the rights to distribute the film in North America.
Synopsis When Amadeo beats village bully Flash at table football, his rival is consumed with anger and vows to get even. Footy fever in South America? Told in flashback, The Unbeatables is good fun for young and old alike, delivering its moral lessons and criticism of the beautiful game with a light touch. Older viewers may struggle slightly with the wonkiness and logical lapses in this tale of a foosball table that comes stroppily to life. The film is packed full of humour for both kids and adults alike and demonstrates the importance of team spirit and unity in sport and life. As it is he played the part perfectly, he has the right nuances, he is the right age and he has the right level of tenderness.
Distributor: Funimation Technique: Hand-drawn Beyond the Boundary Spring 2015 Japan The film version of a television series adapted from the manga of the same name, high school alien-human hybrid, Akihito Kanbara helps Mirai, an isolated girl gain the confidence to fight supernatural creatures called the Youmu. Whether you prefer your animated features from mega-budget Hollywood studios or more modest foreign fare, the upcoming slate of animated features in 2015 promises something for everyone. The Unbeatables, a half-Spanish, half-Argentinian cartoon about lead table footballers who come to life, is significantly less fun than playing with lead table footballers, or eating lead table footballers, or standing on lead table footballers in bare feet in the middle of the night while groping around for the light switch. Animated football movie The Unbeatables has unveiled its first trailer exclusively through Digital Spy. The Unbeatables stands out from a crowded animated field precisely because of the emphasis that Campanella places on quirky characterisation and sly wit. Classic lines like 'Trust me- I worked for Fifa' from the agent and priceless primadonna quips from the footballers, together with subtle background jokes, make this film hilarious for kids and parents alike.
His first feature since the moody, labyrinthine and ultimately Oscar-winning thriller is a cheekily inventive 3D animation in which a table football team comes to life to save the honour of a shy, small-town hero and help him win his girl. Click below to take a look. What it does have is the Weinstein seal of approval, a colossal haul from the Argentinian box office and a character who looks a lot like World Cup tragi-hero and part-time Hair Bear, David Luiz. Director: Keiichi Hara Production Company: Production I. Briefly: Amadeo voiced by Rupert Grint is a table-football whizz whose childhood nemesis, a professional soccer star called Flash Anthony Head , challenges him to a grudge match to determine the fate of their village.
Don't listen to the pompous film critics with over inflated egos and grandiose ideas as their opinions are about as useful as an ashtray on a motorbike. The voices of the main characters of the cast are , , Fabian Gianola, Horacio Fontova and David Masajnik. Jake, Laura, and their friends build a new town in honor of them. As to Rob Brydon, he and Steve Coogan were so brilliant in The Trip I just wanted him in the film. He loved Laura, a girl he met in the bar, but she did not know. The film is an Argentine production, and was released in Argentina on 18 July 2013, setting an all-time record for an Argentine film opening at the box-office.