On Any Sunday: The Next Chapter Synopsis
When On Any Sunday premiered in 1971, it wasn’t just any movie. Directed by Bruce Brown – who also helmed surfing classic The Endless Summer – this insider look at motorcycle racing reached a wide audience that was fascinated by the heartfelt...
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Movie Reviews

LOVED the new On Any Sunday

By cladinig678
I was lucky and got to go see the premier in Hollywood, WOW what a great film. The Robbie Maddison jump was i n s a n e and the whole movie was such a great experience, I am taking my whole family...

On Any Sunday, The Next Chapter

By lydenb
A must see!...

Great film with a throw-back feel!

By Jstough2895
I Absolutely loved it! Hit on every aspect of motorcycling and the world/community we love. Would recommend it to everyone young and old, new rider or old....

ON ANY SUNDAY

By Klromecki
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Any Day All Day

By judemovies
I wasn't sure what to expect. I knew it was about motorcycles and the people who ride them BUT it's so much more than that. It's about family. Family values. Dreams. Talent. Love. I didn't want this...

Copy of the original, YouTube re-runs

By ampracingbob
Tried to copy the original with no sta the or comedy. Way too much west coast footage. Helicopter wide shots wore me out. Not to mention the never ending Red Bull logos. Missed introducing the...

Must see

By jenniferjones833
If you have a passion for 2 wheel motosports, check this out. I wouldn't say that I did prior, but I do now....

Dissappointed

By trailrdrwayne812
I was excited about seeing this version, but left let down. I am a huge fan of Bruce Brown's On Any Sunday and Endless Summer. Great cinematography and music. I wanted to recapture the...

Great movie for fan of motorcycle

By bherm2212245
I think this movie did a great job in capturing the spirit of motorcycling. I do wish they cover more such as Isle of Mann and the weekend canyon riders,,,etc, However, highly recommend anyone...

great film

By firestorm5200
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Rated PG | For Brief Language, Some Crashes and Perilous Action