Fired from his job and dumped by his girlfriend, despondent bike messenger Phil Nash seeks the help of his best friend to achieve his lifelong goal of becoming a competitive cyclist. But just as Nash begins to pick up the pieces of his broken life, a sudden tragedy threatens to steal his dreams just out of reach. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
This is one of the worst movies I have ever seen. I loved American Flyers one of the best. Its a story that goes no where fast. The sound quality looks like a bootleg movie at best. Don't bother watching it I cannot get those 90 minutes of my life back again
It sounded OK, we've all seen Breaking Away and there are some great cycling movies like The Flying Scottsman and the documentary Hard Road, but I had to stop and start the thing about three times to finish it. Terrible acting, terrible writing, phony characters. But how many movies are out there about amateur cyclists? Not many. So the subject matter was the only redeeming quality. That and have to say the actress that played the girlfriend was a knockout, although the viewer is left wondering what in the world she finds interesting about the main character "Nash" the ner-do-well bike messenger and moody lifeless bike shop wrench. After I decided this was a terrible movie, the only fun in watching it was to make fun of it . . . there is no way this movie was made by a cyclist, more likely by someone on the outside looking in, trying to figure out why these quirky middle-aged are so crazy about their sport.
Weak film, notice the actors are not even listed in the film profile. Who are they? Head of the pack is the mystery actor that plays the lead role of Phil Nash. This guy provides an especially lifeless performance. Some of the other actors were much better. This film sure is amateurish, unprofessional, boring, Take your pick.