Release Date Racing Dreams May 21, 2010 Wide
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Movie Overview For Racing Dreams
TagLine Racing Dreams
Trailer For Racing Dreams
Actors For Racing DreamsAnnabeth Barnes,Josh Hobson,Brandon Warren
Genres Racing Dreams : Documentary,Action & Adventure,Sports & Fitness,Special Interest
Visitor Ranting & Critics For Racing DreamsUser Ranting Racing Dreams : 3.8
User Percentage For Racing Dreams : 75 %
User Count Like for Racing Dreams : 628
All Critics Ranting For Racing Dreams : 7.3
All Critics Count For Racing Dreams : 23
All Critics Percentage For Racing Dreams : 100 %
Review For Racing DreamsCurry's impressionable, charismatic young subjects are impossible not to care about.
Robert Abele-Los Angeles Times
That said, Racing Dreams is one of the rare documentaries you leave wishing it was a little bit longer.
Stephen Holden-New York Times
Marshall Curry's sleek documentary captures the second-hand thrill of watching tweens hurtle at 70 mph around a blacktop, as it follows three potential superkarters over the course of a single season.
Eric Hynes-Time Out New York
Curry documents the huge pressure placed on these children not only to succeed on the track, but to raise the money needed to continue.
Andrew Schenker-Village Voice
The journey is thrilling -- even if, on some level, you know that these kids are going in circles.
David Edelstein-New York Magazine
For casual race fans, Racing Dreams is a real eye-opener. And it's a darned entertaining way to get a handle on a sport that can seem like a bunch of cars doing circles for a crowd that seems most interested in seeing that next epic wreck.
Roger Moore-Orlando Sentinel
It's impossible to watch these kids struggle in their daily life and not have some rooting interest in their on-track success.
Revealing portrait of 3 very different young people intensely focused on being champions, and the impact of their determination on their devoted families (and vice versa).
Nora Lee Mandel-Film-Forward.com
If nothing else the racing scenes -- which look terrific, crisp and colorful, like the rest of the film -- will help the childless get in touch with their inner hysterical mother.
At the end of the film's 93 minutes Curry could have invited me to a frog-sexing competition and I'd have happily signed on.
Nicely captures the milieu of, and the action in, the Go-Kart racing world.
Harvey S. Karten-Compuserve
Curry has expertly stitched together a 90-minute triumph in crowd-pleasing, wholesome entertainment.
Adam Keleman-Slant Magazine
[Director Marshall] Curry, who received an Academy Award for his 2005 documentary Street Fight, captures the pulse pounding excitement of the races throughout the multi-state series.
Steve Ramos-Boxoffice Magazine
Marshall Curry's documentary about three bright, personable youngsters who dream of becoming professional NASCAR drivers is simultaneously a feel-good celebration of youthful optimism and a sobering reminder that not all dreams come true.
Maitland McDonagh-Film Journal International
A Spellbound or Mad Hot Ballroom for the NASCAR set, Racing Dreams ends up speeding past its niche market and working its magic on anyone with a rooting interest in the dreams and ambitions of this country's youth.
Matt Brunson-Creative Loafing
Reveals a fascinating subculture that is unknown to most moviegoers, where tweens with a need for speed can spend up to 48 weekends a year behind the wheel...
John Beifuss-Commercial Appeal (Memphis, TN)
Even if you consider NASCAR itself a bore, you'll find this snapshot of what's often called its version of Little League compulsively watchable.
Frank Swietek-One Guy's Opinion
Marvelously shaped and sharpened by Curry, and teeming with concentrated racetrack suspense, Racing Dreams is a splendid picture that sincerely digs into the various forces that drag this specialized four-wheeled ambition along.
A fast-paced documentary with a straight away formula one storyline. From start to finish, you watch three talented kids putting pedal to metal on the track and in their lives. They're all winners! So's the film!
Racing Dreams makes these kids into our unofficial little brothers and sister for 96 minutes, without much to note beyond their devotion to the sport. It can get a bit redundant but always remains interesting, as young lives take shape on an asphalt oval.
Steve Persall-Tampa Bay Times