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Watch Godspeed: The Race Across America

(156) 6.1 113 min 2016

Godspeed: The Race Across America is a movie starring Ben Anderson, Ashley Cooper, and Brad Cooper. A humble sportscaster/plane crash survivor joins forces with ultra-competitive CEO in the world's most grueling bicycle endurance...

Starring
Brad Cooper, Ben Anderson, Ashley Cooper, Danielle Cooper
Genres
Documentary
Director
Martin Butler

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Documentary
Director Martin Butler
Stars Brad Cooper, Ben Anderson, Ashley Cooper, Danielle Cooper
Country USA
Runtime 1H 53M
Description A humble sportscaster/plane crash survivor joins forces with ultra-competitive CEO in the world's most grueling bicycle endurance race. Driven by their shared convictions, they cycle 3,000+ miles nonstop, battling opponents, extreme terrain/weather, inner demons and occasionally each other.

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Monday, 01 Jun 2020 00:34

It's interesting how both sides of this argument have been presented, and I'd like to think that everyone has the right to their opinion, and the right to speak up. However, I think that the "War on Drugs" has been presented in a way that I think, is inaccurate and not entirely true. I was surprised to see the film told from the perspective of an activist, and the two groups of people who fought the war. The film did a good job of showing how the war was waged, and how the people who were supposed to be "murderers" of the drug war were actually people who were living a normal life, going about their normal lives. The two groups were so different that I didn't know where to start. I am not familiar with the people who were trying to stop the war, and I didn't have any personal knowledge of what they went through. But I did feel that the film was very well done. It gave a very good representation of the people who were fighting for a peaceful country, and a peaceful world. It was very interesting to see how each person had a unique story and an important piece of information. I feel like this film has given us a good understanding of how the drug war was being waged, and what people actually went through. I am sure that many people, as well as politicians, will disagree with me on many aspects of this film, but I think that everyone has the right to their opinion. Hopefully this film will not make any more people change their opinions on the subject, but will make people aware that the war on drugs was not completely about drug use, but about money. It was really interesting to see how much money was spent to keep people imprisoned. It was interesting to see how little money was spent on drug testing, and how many people were killed when they were caught using. It was also interesting to see how the people who were in charge of the drug war, were so focused on money and profit, but not what was happening to the people. I think that the film has been effective in making people think about the "War on Drugs", and hopefully it will help people to realize that the drug war was not about drugs, but about money.


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