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7 Days in Hell (2015)

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A fictional documentary-style expose on the rivalry between two of the greatest tennis players of all-time who battled it out in a 2001 match that lasted seven days.

Director:

Jake Szymanski

Writer:

Murray Miller
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Andy Samberg ... Aaron Williams
Kit Harington ... Charles Poole
Fred Armisen ... Edward Pudding
David Copperfield ... David Copperfield
Chris Evert ... Chris Evert
Will Forte ... Sandy Pickard
Filip Hammar ... Swedish TV Host
Jim Lampley Jim Lampley ... Jim Lampley
Howie Mandel ... The Duke of Kent
John McEnroe ... John McEnroe
Soledad O'Brien ... Soledad O'Brien
June Squibb ... Queen Elizabeth
Serena Williams ... Serena Williams
Chris Romano ... Streaker (as Romanski)
Lyssa Roberts ... Wimbledon Streaker
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Storyline

A "documentary" on the rivalry between an American tennis player, Aaron Williams (played by Andy Samberg), and an English tennis player, Charles Poole (Kit Harrington, of Game of Thrones fame). Focuses largely on the match where their rivalry reached a climax - Wimbledon 2001, 1st round - a match that took seven days... Written by grantss

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The epic battle for epicness

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Comedy | Sport

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

11 July 2015 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

7 Dias de Inferno See more »

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1.78 : 1
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Trivia

Karen plays a character called Lily which is also the name of her character in the Alex & the List. See more »

Goofs

In the flash of The Times' front page coverage of the upcoming 2001 Wimbledon tournament, a part of the main article states "In 2009, Wimbledon's Cetre Court was fitted with a retractable roof..." See more »

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John McEnroe: Nobody wants to end up in prison. But if you do end up in prison, Swedish prison's the way to go. It's a lot like living in a very modern home with mid-century finishes.
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Still In Love
Written by Barrie Gledden (as Gledden)
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Super Funny AND Super Dumb
22 July 2015 | by Craig WhitneySee all my reviews

As long as you understand that it is intentionally dumb, then you will laugh through the whole thing. It's not trying to be like Blades of Glory or any other sports parody like that, it's just a dumb comedy that really is hilarious.

There are some scenes that go on too long, and moments of sex and general nudity that probably didn't need to be there. In other words, it's fitting for the HBO crowd but not for a whole family to sit down and watch.

Kit Harrington definitely stole the show, every second he was on screen was completely hilarious. I might just be too big of a Jon Snow fan, but I thought his character and his performance alone makes this worth watching.


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