Written September 27, 2016
After watching SOM 1 this past weekend this movie was exactly what I expected. I was truly rooting for each runner. There were not any surprises. It was similar to the first one. Except it was Rome.
I felt more into the first one, I was cheering for the runners more in the first one. I am not sure why. Mimo was probably my favorite character, and Cliff Scott tore my heart out.
Great job and looking forward to 3.
Written October 26, 2016
inspiring movie. anyone interested in running, particularly running a marathon, should see this movie. great individual stories of several runners' stories from newbies to veterans to professional runners. the movie goes in depth into the personal lives of the runners. loved it. we saw it in the same theatre that Julie Weiss saw it. Julie is one of the runners featured in the movie. She ran 52 marathons in 52 weeks to spread the word about pancreatic cancer which caused the loss of her father.
Written June 30, 2016
I'm sad that this was a One Night Only movie. Whether you want to complete a marathon, half marathon, 10K or 5K this movie will inspire you.
Seeing the backstory of the runners, watching their struggles on and off training, seeing their triumphs of spirit and body was incredibly moving.
I highly recommend you check it out when it gets to Netflix if you missed it in theaters.
Written December 08, 2016
If you haven't run one, you won't like it. If you have, you will get it and LOVE it. There are high points and low points and everything in between. It will show you what it's like to run in a foreign country. There are subtitles for the parts with non english speaking people (which I found annoying... you can't watch the action and read at the same time). All in all, it was a good movie.
Written February 12, 2016
Loved it! Great stories. Very inspiring. With subtitles so you need to pay attention. :0)