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Gamers is a comedy about the lives of four slacker friends (and one obsessive interloper) living at home,
- with my parents... it s just temporary... til they die - working in the real world but playing in a fantasy world. Obsessed with a role playing game called Demons, Nymphs
and Dragons these gamers are the subject of this hilarious comedy which chronicles their journey to make it through their horrendous lives while attempting to break the world record for role playing for over 74,558 hours.
The sacrifice, the obsession, the blind dedication...
this is their true story.
Five out of Five Stars. --eFilmCritic.com
Old School Funny! --AOL games
With so little to chuckle about on the big screen lately, I highly recommend getting a copy of Gamers. It's somewhat dark and downright cruel, but it's also freekin' hilarious. A solid 4 ½ cans out of 5 --bumscorner.com
This movie is definitely one of the funniest mockumentaries I have ever seen. There's several people writing reviews who are disappointed that it's not part of The Gamers franchise... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Jimja
I really enjoy this movie for a kinda dumb laugh now and then. But the version that Amazon instant has is oddly sized. It is inexplicably letterboxed and pillarboxed.Published 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
This is what happens when you take The Big Bang Theory, but remove any trace of charm. Characters are unlikeable cliches and awful to each other, and the premise is flimsy. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Chase A. Greenlee
So the one I ment to order was "The Gamers" but I figured I would watch this at least once to see what it was about. I want my 90 minutes back. Read morePublished 16 months ago by DWORT
This movie only got any play because of people thinking it was "The Gamers" made by Dead Gentleman Productions. Read morePublished 17 months ago by A.
I first came across this film when one of my fellow D&D buddies was trying to show me the film of the same name on Netflix, and instead, we found this. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Kurt Skrivseth