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Unfortunately, overblown production just pumps hot air in too many directions and comes up limp.
A pleasant, straight-down-the-road, cliché-ridden ride.
The performances aren't bad, but they aren't good enough to give the film the heft it doesn't otherwise have.
American Flyers is shaky at the core, because it tries to tap-dance around its own central issues.
Good-hearted '80s biking movie has cursing, sex.
Scriptwriter Steve Tesich returns to bicycle racing, but he's forced to throw in a subplot about an incurable movie disease to make the thing work.
Disjointed and underdeveloped.
Offers a thrilling and positive portrait of cross-country biking.
Classic '80s sports movie. Surprising twist, and thrilling bike scenes.
Its overwelming sentimentality obscures the excitement of the race and some fine performances.
There are certainly worse ways to spend 100 minutes - particularly if you're a bicycling enthusiast.
Thankfully, Costner and Grant are able to overcome the bumpy screenplay and ride American Flyers to a satisfying, if predictable, conclusion.
This film is a film that you can watch over and over, and still feel happy inside.
Well... I think American Flyers is a great movie from the 80's.... A great & entertaining movie from Kevin Costner!!!! Even i'm never watch a movie from the 80's... But I'm pretty sure this movie is one of the great!!! Best movie from the year 1980s
Three cheers for two brothers together in a world-class cycling competition that really exciting me to make their win the race.
This movie was a lot better than it should have been. Costner as the sick and dying brother does a good job here.
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