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10 MPH (2007)

Not Rated | | Documentary | 9 February 2007 (USA)
Two guys quit stodgy corporate jobs, scrounged up all the savings they could, collected credit cards, and stepped - or better yet - scooted forward to follow their biggest dream: to become ... See full summary »

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Two guys quit stodgy corporate jobs, scrounged up all the savings they could, collected credit cards, and stepped - or better yet - scooted forward to follow their biggest dream: to become filmmakers. Josh Caldwell rode a Segway from Seattle to Boston, while his buddy Hunter Weeks directed a film they both shot about the experience and about the moments leading up to this crazy twist on the American road trip. From cubicle farms to the open road, the film will chronicle how these guys ultimately changed their lives forever. They did what so many of us have always wanted to do - gave it all up for the passion inside. Written by Anonymous

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A funny, inspiring, captivating, playful documentary.
4 April 2006 | by See all my reviews

Filmmakers' documentary about making a documentary . . . about riding a Segway.

I do not like documentaries, for they record and attempt to spice up the boring, non-structured parts of life. I hate one-sided documentaries, for they are preaching an ignorant opinion proved by the ignorant one-sided facts they sought out. Having said that, this documentary was GREAT! It opened its heart to the viewer, which is the gutsiest thing you can do in a documentary. I've heard some say it drags a bit around the middle; but that is where the TRUE beauty of life is captured (something most documentaries force as "deep"). These men, and woman, used nothing but a positive out-look to reach a goal. They stood tall, throughout, on a Segway.


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