The Unbeatables

The Unbeatables
The Unbeatables

Year

2013

Duration

93 minutes

Genres

Animation

Language

English / Spanish

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Synopsis

When Amadeo beats village bully Flash at table football, his rival is consumed with anger and vows to get even. Flash returns ten years later as a football superstar and demolishes the village in order to build a football academy in its place, as well as stealing away Amadeo’s love interest Laura. Capi, the charismatic leader of the table football players, leads the team on an adventure to regain the dignity that was stolen from them in this comic animation, which sees the two rivals finally come face to face in a stadium with their respective teams.

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Contains mild slapstick violence, threat, very mild bad language and mild innuendo.

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