The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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As a film, it's altogether keener to Turtle Wax the brand than stop for even a moment to examine what Ferrari the man, logo and company ever stood for.
Director Daryl Goodrich has access to all the right people, and his footage is nicely chosen, but it's unlikely to convert non-petrolheads.
...fully immerses you in the world of 1950s racing.
A visual treat for fans of fast cars, but the desire for immortality uncomfortably trumps any sense of morality.
Motor-racing's most glamorous age was also its deadliest. Daryl Goodrich's film tells the story simply, but well.
Moving but rather reverent.
There have been several documentaries about the motor racing world in recent years. This is one of the best.
This film isn't designed as a multiplex-buster, but anyone with a taste for motorsport history will find it irresistible.
It certainly captures the 'live fast, die young' glamour of the bygone Formula One scene. After all, no one lived faster.
Blending archive footage, contemporary interviews and dramatic reconstructions, the film reminds us how dangerous the sport could be.
This shows you how much Formula One has progressed over the years. The drivers shown here have more guts and mettle than their modern day counterparts. It shows exactly how dangerous and thrilling formula one can be, often, back then, at the cost of human lives.
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