Director: Robert Schwartzman
Writer: Will Elliott, Kirk C Johnson, Nicholas Rutherford (Screenplay) Robert Schwartzman (Story)
Starring: Lauren Lapkus, Nicholas Rutherford, Lucy Hale, Beck Bennett, Dree Hemingway, Beverly D’Angelo
Plot: An indecisive couple facing the fourth year of their engagement finally decides to take the next big step and have a threesome.
Runtime: 1 Hour 28 Minutes
There may be spoilers in the rest of the review
Story: The Unicorn starts as Malory (Lapkus) and Caleb (Rutherford) are on a vacation which will see Caleb re-propose to Malory, only to find they are stuck in routine, they decide to try and spice things up on a night out, only to find themselves draw into try a threesome, first with a woman, then with a man, deciding whether it will help them move on with life.
Thoughts on The Unicorn
Thoughts – The Unicorn is a film that is about a couple trying to figure out what they want with their future over one night, with their wild night turning into wondering whether they would go through with a threesome or not. This does seem like there is a lot of filler that just seems to be the same thing going over and over, making the discussion that is going on. The acting isn’t bad, the leading pair both bring the quirky figures through the different events, while the supporting cast make the most of their limited scenes. We do get the message about finding someone that loves you to make you happy, but it takes too long to get there.
Final Thoughts – The Unicorn is a basic comedy about being in love and following the traditions at your own pace.