I Believe in Unicorns (2014) 1080p

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80 min
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6.1 / 10 
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Directors: Leah Meyerhoff [Director] ,

Movie Description:
Unicorns tells the story of an awkward teenage girl who escapes to a fantasy world when her first romantic relationship turns increasingly violent.


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Too Many Glowing Reviews

While most of the reviews here give this movie high scores, the overall score of 6.1, as shown on the main page, as I write this, is far more accurate. The scores of "10" that some people gave here is an insult to the great films of Kubrick, Scorsese, Coppola, and many others. A "10" means a film is perfect; this doesn't even come close to meeting that standard.

I suspect this movie is more than a bit autobiographical, since Leah Meyerhoff cast her own mother as the mother in the film. I'll give Toni and Leah Meyerhoff credit for that; it must be hard for a person with a disability to appear in a film playing themselves. I would have given the film 5 stars if not for that.

But beyond that, the film is too artsy, and far too pretentious. The stop-action animation didn't add anything to the film, in my opinion. In fact, I saw it as a way to cover up the thin writing in the script. The thin writing was further shown by the run time of the movie: 1 hour and 18 minutes. Mercifully short.

Hopefully teen girls watching this might learn a lesson about falling in love with a boy simply because he is cute. But probably not; if anything, they will emulate the lead girl in the film because they think this film is showing them a step they need to go through as part of the maturing process. I hope that isn't true.

Anyway, the movie is a quick little diversion, but nothing with any deep significance or value. I see it as a vanity project on the part of the writer/director, nothing more.


I think the movie is very good. Reminded me of the Virgin Suicides a little. The plot is strong and moves ahead confidently. I think anyone who has been a teenage girl will feel the emotion in it. The story is unique. I would like to see more of the director's movies.

Truth to the dangers of dating whithout parental guidance of where abouts.

I Believe in Unicorns showed the sexual passion teenagers have for each other and the easy dangers they can fall into. The ugliness at the end showed a powerful truthfulness of what can happen, a powerful warning for both male & female teenagers.
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