A mix of 2D and (mostly) 3D I found this disappointing. The visuals were just okay with the typical 3D layering effect and didn't add much to the racing.
I watch it for the bikes and the racing and opted for the 3D version as I've just bought a 3D telly. I'll watch it again in the future but on2D.
The content needed better editing with less ín the life of'approach ánd more about the race.
I mainly got this because I thought it be interesting too see bikes going really fast in 3D. I am not much of a TT fan myself so I didn't know any of the racers. The 3D effects were ok and not the best I have seen.
I thought it was going to be interesting at first but as the documentary started to mature the whole thing was just a bore. I think they could of done more with the 3D effects. Not that I am a expert but they can control the depth and I think they could of made the bikes stand out more.
there is better stuff on utube - I think he was speaking english but I couldn't understand a word
Interesting documentary. 3D effects were brilliant. Very impressed with the quality & production. If you are a motorbike enthusiast, or not, you will like this.
I thought this was the most entertaining documentary I've seen since Senna. Massive eye-opener. As an avid motorspot fan I never miss the F1, moto gp and V8s but these guys, street racers, they take it to the next level, pushing the boundaries of safety to get that ultimate adrenalin rush. Every year at the TT there will be competitors that either suffer serious injury or possibly won't even make it through the week and it's this reoccuring theme, and the universal acceptance amongst the riders and fans, that makes this so compelling to watch.
3D was OK but superflous to the story/content.
a documentary following a rider at the TT, Guy martin mostly On the thou blade as well as other riders stories and stacks. very interesting input from the side cars riders as well.
If your a rider yourself, you will be watching this one. It's good on Blu ray.
Could not understand their accent.
Thrilling and intense, Guy Marting is a machine...
What a gripping documentary. Don't miss this.