The mellow Laue, clearly still mourning the death of his dad, makes a likable enough subject, if sometimes low-key to the point of dull.
| Original Score: 2.5/4
A memorable account of an inspiring struggle to finish on top.
| Original Score: 3.5/5
Cornball adjectives like "inspiring" and "uplifting" are for once entirely accurate in describing this engaging documentary.
Despite the story's elements of suspense, loss and determination, though, the picture has a mundane, low-stakes vibe that fails to make the most of its inspirational content.
[Pounds] home its points via a seemingly endless series of sound bites that forms the chief content of the first half.
Long Shot confirms that achieving one's goals is rarely possible without the staunch support of others.
| Original Score: 3/5