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The Last Race is a movie starring Marty Berger, Barbara Cromarty, and Jim Cromarty. A sumptuous Sundance doc depicting the Long Island birthplace of stock car racing where only one track remains. Located on prime real estate, the...

Documentary, Sport
Michael Dweck
Bob Finan, Marty Berger, Jim Cromarty, Barbara Cromarty

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Genres Documentary, Sport
Director Michael Dweck
Writer Michael Dweck, Gregory Kershaw
Stars Bob Finan, Marty Berger, Jim Cromarty, Barbara Cromarty
Country USA
Also Known As Blunderbust
Runtime 1 h 15 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description A sumptuous Sundance doc depicting the Long Island birthplace of stock car racing where only one track remains. Located on prime real estate, the real tors are circling. The property is worth millions and only the love and integrity of the track's community and elderly owners keep the bulldozers at bay. Stunning cinematography immerses us in the intimate world of grassroots racing, at a time when its future is in the balance. Can this great blue collar American pastime survive?

Top reviews

Friday, 23 Oct 2020 02:59

This is a very interesting documentary. It's not really a documentary but rather a commentary on the current competitive climate of surfing. The director was somewhat of a fan of the sport himself and has made a point of explaining why he thought the sport should be more popular and important than it currently is. The reason for this is that surfing is just not an easy sport to be competitive in. It requires a lot of finesse and skill. For this reason, the sport of surfing is dominated by a few very skilled individuals. They all have very long careers and are almost always the top male and female surfers. It's not a sport that is really popular with younger kids, who are simply not interested in it. But as the documentary points out, this is a very dangerous situation for the sport because they are not really interested in surfing, but rather surfing the sports that they are good at, like baseball, football, or the great American wrestling. This is why the sport has a high unemployment rate. They are just not in demand. But the same is true of the other sports that are not popular with kids. This documentary does a good job of explaining this situation and showing the reasons why the sport is so popular. The problem with surfing is that it is the only sport that doesn't require a lot of finesse and skill. The film also shows that surfing is not really an easy sport to be competitive in. The surfing itself is a sport, and the sport is all about getting the right waves. The waves are just a tool, and they are the ultimate goal. When a wave is really good, you get excited, and when a wave is bad, you get frustrated. The best waves come from the strongest surfers. Because of this, surfing is a very technical sport. The director did a very good job of explaining why the sport is so popular, and how difficult it is to be competitive. He also did a good job of explaining why surfing is dominated by a few very skilled individuals. This is a very interesting documentary and very well done. I recommend it to anyone who wants to know more about surfing.
Monday, 20 Jul 2020 05:56

I went into this movie with a negative attitude. I was bored of the same old Russian 'war-horse' (to me) type of documentaries. I was expecting to see the same old 'anti-Russian' propaganda that they were constantly spewing out. I mean, come on, the USA is fighting for the freedom of a country, you can't just throw in an anti-Russian bias and expect the viewer to accept it. And I was expecting a whole lot of propaganda. But I was pleasantly surprised. I didn't find the documentary to be over-the-top anti-Russian propaganda. Yes, it was a little too one-sided. Yes, the Russian athletes were portrayed as their countrymen, and the Americans as the invaders. But the whole point of the documentary was to show the situation in the USSR and how the athletes felt about the situation, and how they saw it from their point of view. I felt the Russian athletes had the greatest perspective on the situation, because they had experienced the situation firsthand. And, although I'm not saying the American athletes were perfect, I found them to be more understanding and sympathetic. There are many reasons why athletes have such a poor reputation. And I'm not saying they're evil, or that they're all 'hooligans'. But, I do think that many athletes have a very strong sense of responsibility and honor, and they take the actions that they take to make a statement. There's no way they could have possibly given up and left the USSR and taken up a new challenge in order to help their country. I did feel that they were very honorable. And they were extremely well trained, and the fights were the best that I've ever seen. I don't think this movie was trying to create a perfect Russian athlete, and I think that they all deserved the recognition they received. It was just a movie about a group of individuals, and they were all very deserving of it. I'm not saying that they were perfect, but I'm saying that the movie had an excellent balance of the different perspectives. It wasn't like I was forced to watch the movie, it was the other way around. The documentary was the focus of the movie, but the main point of the movie was the Olympic Games. And I think that that's the real point of the movie, to show how the Olympic Games are the symbol of freedom. The documentary also made a statement that the Olympics are an opportunity for the countries participating to be more influential in the world, and to show the rest of the world that they're not all evil and they're actually a great organization. The message of the documentary is that all athletes should take part in the Olympics. They're no different than other people, they're just people. And the documentary also showed that athletes were supposed to be inspirational, and it was the job of the athletes to make the world a better place. I don't think that the film would have been the same without the documentary, and I think that's the most important part of the movie. I would have given the movie a 10 if it wasn't for the documentary. But I think the documentary was a great addition to the movie. It really gave me a better understanding of the situation. And I was glad that the movie had that balance. Overall, I really enjoyed this documentary, and I think that it was a great addition to the film.

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