|Formats:||12 DVD, Blu-ray|
|Studio:||UNIVERSAL PICTURES UK|
|Run time:||1 hour 51 minutes|
|Rental release:||10 Aug 2012|
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super bikes super filmBy matt876 (1 review) from Northampton , 26 Aug 2012
[Highly rated reviewer]Fantastic. Brilliant. excellent commentary by Ewan McGregor
Well worth a watch .
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If you like MotoGP: watch this!By Nen (28 reviews) from Bristol , 16 Apr 2013Excellent film. Watched this after the opening GP in Qatar 2013 so really pleased to see Rossi back on form & featured in this film. The opening sequence is f###ing epic, remember it from watching the race originally but brilliant here with commentary from Rossi & Lorenzo. Sad & nice to see Simoncelli #58 featured as well
Orrible it is NOT a filmBy a customer , 06 Mar 2013
THIS REVIEW CONTAINS SPOILERS Show review anywayHideIt is NOT a movie just waste my time.. Rubbish not anymore no anymore no anymore I would like remove from my list
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a must see for bike enthusiastsBy cheesekake (1501 reviews) from uk , 01 Jan 2013My fiancé is a massive bike fan so this film was given to him for Christmas, and he loved it from the get go. Even me who isn't a super-bike enthusiast still was caught up in the momentum of the film, with you gritting your teeth when some of the crashes happen.
Fastest equals BestBy Andrewand7 (2 reviews) , 13 Dec 2012Pretty impressive documentary in the same vein as the Kentucky Kid etc one from a few years back. Lots of good insight into the rider's feelings and opinions and great footage. Despite being a keen fan who rarely misses a race I found it interesting and informative without ever becoming a 'season review' type of production. A follow-up would be very much appreciated as it wraps up before Rossi started the season on the Ducati and we lost Simoncelli.
A good one for fans.By prior81 (16 reviews) , 29 Sep 2012A good film for MotoGP fans, but I doubt it will have the cross over appeal of the vastly superior TT3D Closer to the Edge.
Although it claims to concentrate on one seasons racing it constantly flits back and forward between the last ten years, sitting between a biography of Rossi and a taster of what MotoGP is all about to newbies.
I liked it, but it lacked that gladiatorial tension and drama of the IOMTT.