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Uno: The Movie (2016)

What had started as a simple game of UNO! turned into a psychological horror. Coworkers are driven to the edge of madness as they commit to a game of Uno.


Geoff Ramsey



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Credited cast:
Geoff Ramsey ... Geoff
Gavin Free ... Gavin
Ryan Haywood Ryan Haywood ... Ryan
Jeremy Dooley Jeremy Dooley ... Jeremy
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jack Pattillo Jack Pattillo ... Ryan


At the end of a workday, the only thing anybody wants to do is go home. Unfortunately, that won't be happening tonight. Five co-workers play a game of UNO with ridiculous rules, and it quickly spirals into insanity. Only one can walk out of the office with their head held high, while the others wallow in their defeat. Join Geoff "Corpirate" Ramsey, Jack "Eats'a'lot" Pattillo, Ryan "The Mad King" Haywood, Gavin "The Momentum" Free, and Jeremy "Monster Truck" Dooley in the most anticipated card game ever witnessed in: UNO: The Movie. Written by Patrick Peters, Joseph Ryan

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Release Date:

30 November 2016 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Let's Play: Uno Part 2 See more »

Filming Locations:

Austin, Texas, USA See more »

Company Credits

Production Co:

Rooster Teeth Productions See more »
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Technical Specs


Sound Mix:

Stereo (5 channel Stereo)



Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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Did You Know?


Even though its total playback length is over two hours, the whole movie was recorded within one day of shooting. See more »


In the later parts of the movie, a purple square is visible on Free's screen. See more »


Gavin Free: I like that the world is deciding a new President as we speak, and we're playing Uno...
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Crazy Credits

The song playing during the credits are sung by the actors themselves, and was written by Ramsey himself. See more »


References Casablanca (1942) See more »


That sweet Jazz background music
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It's a masterpiece - and a legend to tell your children
2 December 2016 | by KvarnieSee all my reviews

I had my doubt when I started this movie. A nearly three hour long comedy? There would be no way that it could keep the comedy for that long. Now, I know that the creators have pulled of some great short films before, like Fuel and The Game of Life -- but a full-length movie? I honestly didn't think they had it in them. But they did.

Their previous short film, Let's Play Uno, was a amazing. This feature length follow-up was nothing less than a masterpiece.

In my opinion, Pattillo has the best performance. His acting is superb -- ranging from his loud outbursts of obscene words and jokes, to his silent denial of reality near the end. He's the best actor Rooster Teeth has had on camera. They missed a huge potential by not giving him more screen time.

The cinematography is amazing. The red color really symbolizes the hell the players are truly lost in. My only wish would have been that the Director would have added stationary cameras for the players faces. That would have really given us an opportunity to see the true depth of their despair.

The soundtrack is also incredible. The smooth jazz playing in some of the sequences really fits the story well. The song playing during the credits was also insanely beautiful.

I haven't seen a movie where I've been so immersed in the plot in a long time. I could compare it to movies like Shutter Island -- you're just sucked into the story, coming up with crazy ideas and conspiracies for how it's going to end. It's extremely unpredictable. The entire story can change in the play of a single card. The Notorious Seven or the Crazy Zero are telltale signs that something is going to happen.

I can't recommend this movie enough. It's definitely the Let's Play Movie of the decade.

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