10 MPH (2006)

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When two aspiring filmmakers quit their jobs and purchase a Segway scooter in order to make the trip from Seattle to Boston, the experiences they have along the way send their once-predictable lives on a series of unexpected detours. Since they can't break the ten miles-per-hour barrier their trip will take 100 days, but in moving at a snails pace on the back-roads of America the duo will meet a series of fascinating characters. It won't always be easy, but the experience will be well worth the hardships for anyone who has ever longed to experience the true freedom of the open road.
Rating:
NR
Genre:
Documentary , Special Interest
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Critic Reviews for 10 MPH

All Critics (5) | Top Critics (1)

10 mph, with its wit, beckoning shots of splendid landscapes, and impromptu interviews, might have you humming Woody Guthrie, This land is your land, this land is my land.

Full Review… | June 6, 2007
Denver Post
Top Critic

A very calm, quiet ride, but an intensely inspiring one. Many would benefit from checking this film out.

June 6, 2007
Film Threat

Although 10 MPH ends up being a tribute to the dedication and resourcefulness of Weeks and Caldwell, its major charm comes from the individuals they meet in various communities during the trip.

Full Review… | June 6, 2007
ReelTalk Movie Reviews

It's a lovely little film for anyone who has ever been stuck daydreaming of a life lived on their own terms.

Full Review… | May 21, 2007
DVDTalk.com

Ultimately, I was more intrigued by the journey these guys took, but was severely disappointed by how little actually happened on the way.

May 20, 2007
Filmcritic.com

Audience Reviews for 10 MPH

Most documentries need one thing to stay going. Keep you entertainned. This was good, had it's funny moments and is worth watching if your up for something different. As what I did. Just a bit of a change.

Bill Regan
Bill Regan
½

This was a pretty straightforward documentary that three buddies made while riding a Segway across America. Nothing too revealing here.

Jamison R
Jamison R
½

If only I had the balls to drop everything and do this. For me, the concept of just slowing down and enjoying what's around you was the most compelling part of the movie.

Scot Brees
Scot Brees

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