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Unicorn City (2012)

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Voss entices local gamers to create a Utopian society in an attempt to impress a potential employer, but paradise is disrupted when his nemesis lays claim to the city and Voss's true love.


Bryan Lefler


Cameron Dayton (story), Adrian Lefler (screenplay) | 3 more credits »
2 wins. See more awards »





Cast overview, first billed only:
Jon Gries ... Shadowhawk
Matt Mattson ... Clancy
Clint Vanderlinden Clint Vanderlinden ... Rhubarb
Steve Berg ... Pat
Missy Hill Missy Hill ... Angie
Niklaas Duncan Niklaas Duncan ... Moonstrider
Devin McGinn ... Voss
Jaclyn Hales ... Marsha
R.J. Baker R.J. Baker ... Hastur's Gary
Kenneth F. Brown ... Gary's Brother (as Ken Brown)
James Jamison James Jamison ... Judge
Colleen Baum Colleen Baum ... Officer Cooley
Tom Markus ... Officer Hamwater
Kevin Weisman ... Jeff
Paul Mulder ... WOTB Interviewer


Voss is a gamer who is unemployed and looking for work. When a management position opens up at a gaming company, he interviews but lacks evidence of leadership abilities necessary to land the job. Given a week to prove himself, Voss does the only thing rational adult would do; create a Utopian society for gamers. Voss convinces his gaming guild to follow him into the mountains and has Marsha, his best friend, document his abilities. However things get complicated when Shadow Hawk, his gaming nemesis, arrives to over throw Voss' kingdom. Written by Adrian Lefler

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You are what you pretend to be.


Comedy | Romance

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated PG for language | See all certifications »

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Release Date:

24 February 2012 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Город единорогов See more »

Filming Locations:

Alpine, Utah, USA See more »

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Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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Did You Know?


During the "chased through the waves of grain" scene, actor Brandyn Cross, a LARPer, hit a pothole and lost his prosthetic leg. Fellow LARPer James C. Morris, in the same scene, tripped over the leg, and skinned his knee. As he was wearing a kilt at the time, this resulted in a bloody mess, and he was fussed over for several minutes before he demanded air and sunlight so he could recover in peace. See more »


Officer Cooley: [Officer Hamwater is sitting in the passenger seat of the cop car, making weird humming noises] So, when are you going to retire...?
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Crazy Credits

Unicorn City's Hidden Producer: Goes to Emilie Lefler for not divorcing Adrian Lefler who ignored her for 4 years to get this film produced. Thanks gorgeous!!! See more »

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To nerd or not to nerd, this movie is still funny!
18 February 2012 | by alexpawsonSee all my reviews

Even if you know nothing about tabletop games (Dungeons & Dragons, Illuminati, etc) or LARPing, you'll still love this movie. For us nerds, this movie is a multi-layered laugh out loud "thank you" card. For the casual movie-goer, it's a quirky trip through the looking glass of nerddom.

The story is what truly drives this film. This movie has heart at its core, and the actors embrace the heart of the material. Everyone involved appears to have been perfectly cast. The beautiful love-interest, the jerky brother, the evil antagonist, and even the bit players with just a few lines (or none at all).

Catch this movie when you can! This is the humor of Napooleon Dynamite the triumph of Little Miss Sunshine, and the heart of The Help. You have to try very hard NOT to enjoy this movie.

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