For once here is a film where the 3D isn’t a gimmick or an add on to make a poor film seem better, no here it took you to the heart of the action. I hope this film goes onto be a big success but, as with all types of biking media, it won’t get the coverage or publicity that it really deserves. John McGuiness, the hardened 15 times TT winner, bags of experience and guile and no mean rider, very skillful. You felt you were there with the personalities and some of the bravest or fool hardy people on the planet. Will he do it this year? People will see that film and want to go to the TT. I certainly want to go to the race”. By vividly recounting the TT’s legendary rivalries and the Isle of Man’s unique road racing history
Excellent throughout, tense, terrifying, well filmed and good narration. I would recommend this without hesitation to anyone who is into motorsport, anyone who wants to understand why other people are into it, and most strongly I would recommend it to anyone who has the slightest interest in learning about other people, what makes them tick, and what you can learn from them. Closer to the Edge. I have never know a movie fly by so quickly. When the film was made Hutchy went on to win 5 races in the TT week, a feat never done before. Few weak spots – narration, although technically good, was in a weak American tone, not ideally suited to something as British as the Isle of Man.
My admiration goes out not only to those who appeared in the film but also to Bridgett Dobbs who probably gives those who haven’t competed there the greatest insight. They are not millionaires like formula 1 drivers. Richard De Aragues Director: And yet everyone who spoke seemed to think racing motorbikes around a street course at average speeds of over mph was the most natural thing in the world.
The Isle Of Man TT Races are familiar to motorsport fans around the world as the Holy Grail of roadracing, an thee course set over, in, through and around 37 and a bit miles of the Isle Of Man’s countryside, mountains, towns, villages and ‘road furniture’.
While other people get a look in, the focus and star of the show here is Guy Martin, the part-time lorry mechanic, part-time superbike racer, full-time charismatic rebel who has the talent, drive and popular support of a great champion but has never won a TT. Congratulations to all involved. We’d booked the tickets a week before and had then subyitles the whole week scouring the net for reviews and trailers as we didn’t really know how the subject was going to be portrayed.
Guy Martin, who tells it as he sees it, yet to win a TT event. Language Set favourite s Login. The human stories make this film accessible cposer everyone so you don’t need to be a biker to see this film. People will see that film and want to go to the TT. The film really took you into the heart of TT racing and showed the spirit and passion of all those involved from the fanatical fans and dedicated Marshall’s to the talented and brave riders and their families and teams.
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The choices of focus are well chosen, with three distinct types of rider. To give you an idea how good a movie this is, my wife ain’t into bikes, but she was glued to this from start to finish. The first film that has affected me enough to bother writing a cloer. This mix of character helped make the movie an unmissable experience.
For once here is a film where the 3D isn’t a gimmick or an add on to make a poor film seem better, no here it took you to the heart of the action.
I disagree with a previous review that only men will like this film. This film tells it like it is, through a racers eyes, all the blood sweat and tears of road racing at its fastest, and sometimes, with its most brutal grrek for all to see.
You felt you were there with the personalities and some of the bravest or fool hardy people on the planet. The majority of the non-racing scenes in the film give the riders tt3 of view on this; it will not spoil anything to say that the consensus is that riding is a thrill like no other; riding at the extreme is something else beyond that. I hope this film goes onto be a big success but, as with all types of edgf media, it won’t get the coverage or publicity that it really deserves.
The on boards were incredible. Ian Hutchinson, cool, focused, a very fast rider.
I certainly want to go to exge race”. To some people in this risk-averse age, the obvious question is “Why do these men and the odd woman risk their lives? I have never know a movie fly by so quickly. Once the island has got in your head, it is very difficult to shake it out, to these guys it is like a drug, which they keep going back for more and more, no matter what happens.
With great anticipation we travelled the 55 odd miles to the nearest 3D cinema showing this subfitles. This does for Road racing and bike racing in general, what LeMans did for the 24 hour race or what Senna may well do for F1. Some of the solo footage of Guy riding was a bit weak.
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It is without doubt the best bike orientated film I have ever seen. When the film was made Hutchy went on to win 5 races in the TT week, a feat never done before.
A must-see for petrolheads With the totally photogenic Guy Martin playing a starring role how could it go wrong?! Just got back from seeing this in a packed house at the local fleapit, and it seemed most of the crowd were as impressed as I was, although to be fair most of them were probably predisposed to enjoying an hour and a half of on- and off-track action from the run-up to the TT, and the event itself.
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