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Taiwan is very beautiful <3
More than a youth encourage film.
"To the Fore" has beautiful scenery and a roster of popular actors. It has heartwarming friendships, overcoming personal barriers, the grit and intensity of any sports competition, and the humor of romantic comedies. However, it does none of these particularly well. In the end it tries to be too many things, making it a long, rather simple feel-good movie.
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An OK film with a decent four hand plot involving four cyclists. It centers around the conflict of a highly competitive and demanding sport, especially for those aspiring to it professionally, and their romantic love interests. Those wanting to rise to the pinnacle of the sport must be willing to sacrifice everything else in their personal lives to achieve it. Won't be a film of universal interest as there are many scenes of competitive road and criterium cycling (unlike other films it's very realistically portrayed) that surround the romance part of the story. Viewers have to be willing to accept this as a competitive sports oriented movie that explores the cost top tier world class athletes often must pay in their personal lives to reach the top of the podium.
The best thing in this movie is that the biggest rival is not evil.
BTW, beautiful Taiwan, and beautiful Kaohsiung!!
Good movie about cycling
It's nothing but a teen idol drama with bicycles, with the typical shallow characters and shallower relationships. Everything about it, apart from the cycling, feels lazy and perfunctory, from the cliché-ridden script to the numerous low-grade drone shots. Even the action gets dull and repetitive after a while. A huge disappointment, and probably Dante Lam's worst movie in almost a decade.
Not as good as expecting.