On Any Sunday Reviews
August 26, 2014
On Any Sunday (1971)
This documentary was created by Bruce Brown who did the movie, Endless Summer (1966), one of the best movies ever about surfing. On Any Sunday is a movie that never gets on TV, cable, and is difficult to find on DVD, so if you get the chance to see this one, take it. You won't regret it.
This movie is about motorcycles and specifically about motorcycle racing. It features many of the different kinds of motorcycle sports from dirt racing, flat track, to road racing (Super bike racing), to desert racing.
It features many interesting characters in the motorcycle racing scene of that time, such as Mert Lawwill, David Evans, and Malcolm Smith, as well as movie star, Steve McQueen. But the biggest star of this movie is the photography. Bruce Brown shows lots of slow motion and close-ups of all the action and the pounding that rider and machine have to go through to test themselves, many times just for bragging rights and a little trophy.
On the DVD, Bruce has a section dedicated to Steve McQueen, who he got to help finance the making of the documentary. I highly recommend you seeing this.
March 6, 2013
The best motorbike documentary then ever!
October 29, 2012
Insanely entertaining with often humorous narration (a must see for motocross lovers like me)
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October 29, 2012
Bruce Brown creates a documentary that's innovative, filled with tension, suspense, and a love for the art of motocross. The best movie of it's kind.
January 3, 2012
Best motorcycle movie ever made, period.
November 17, 2011
best motorcycle movie ever
January 24, 2011
Outstanding and influential, I probably would not have had three decades of passionate Motorcycling without it. I even named my 2009 Harley-Davidson XR1200, Mert.
September 30, 2010
The most quintessential motorcycle movie of all time, a must see for any motorcycle enthusiast
August 30, 2009
I don't ride bikes but after this movie I want one... the endless summer of motocross