Dust to Glory (2005)
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Critic Reviews for Dust to Glory
Contestants have 32 hours to finish the race, and unless off-road racing is your thing, Dust to Glory can sometimes feel like it lasts about that long.
As with Step into Liquid, Brown proves in Dust to Glory that the thrill of high-speed racing can be shared by fans and non-fans alike.
I can't say Dust to Glory... qualifies as a great documentary, but it chronicles an event that speaks to the raw instinct to face a challenge and conquer it.
Brown does a very good job of getting across the daredevil thrill of it all.
Audience Reviews for Dust to Glory
Great. Perhaps though a modern ON ANY SUNDAY film would've been even greater. (considering that Bruce Brown's son made it)
This movie is absolutely gorgeous plus Dana Brown says at the beginning that the Baja 1000 is about the human race and after see the movie you'll understand that it is it shows the insanity, and insane passion of the men and women racing in it. The movie grabs you be the pants and never lets up the second Mouse McCoy kick starts his bike or Robby Gorden guns his trophy truck
In case you are wondering, Yes I have been busying watching a hell of a lot of films and documentaries and this one about the infamous race in Baja is one of the best Docs I've seen ever.
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