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Brown's film seems primarily intended to promote the energy drink Red Bull.
An intoxicating blend of exotic travelogue, death-defying derring-do, and affecting profiles in courage and perseverance.
A clean and concise report on The Wide World Of Motorcycling in the 21st Century ...
"Next Chapter" may not exhibit the scrappy charm that characterized the first film's glimpse into a marginalized but colorful world, but for devotees, Dana Brown has assembled a love letter to a now-global culture.
A typically handsome, energized, nonfiction celebration of a sport embraced by die-hard fans.
There's far too much stopping and talking at times, when all that's necessary is a vroom with a view.
... yields some visual flair at locales around the globe, yet the emphasis is on celebrating the sport more than analyzing it, which will leave the engine in neutral for outsiders.
The documentary world is full of thrilling sports videos, but few have the authentic life-and-death stakes of high speed on two wheels. The movie's distinguished pedigree sets it apart, too.
The continual reference to family values is laid on way too thick, selling the sport as if it were a wholesome cheerleaders' rally.
On Any Sunday: The Next Chapter effectively pitches its sport, via the participants' graciousness and the impressive stunts and races.
Slick as a Red Bull motorsports commercial, but it lacks the DIY grit and passion of the original, the greatest motorcycle documentary of them all
If you could make a hagiography of a machine ... this is it, and the lack of critical discernment will make this an awkward proposition for general audiences.
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