Inspiring and awesome

By jeanniewangod
Written February 10, 2016
SEE the movie, stay for the double feature after the credits, extra interviews and film on Team World Vision. Makes you want to leave the movies, grab a good pizza and of course run a marathon!
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Marathon II Review

By duford
Written June 24, 2016
My wife and I saw this movie with our kids yesterday. Several observations: 1. It is not as good as SOTM 1. We really disliked how the movie had the actual marathon all the characters were training for shown as pieces throughout the movie. In the first movie the marathon was the culmination of all the training. Too much bouncing around. 2. If you are not a runner you may not like this movie. The stories are good, but the energy really comes from connecting to the character as a runner. 3. Loved that it took place in Rome. Of course with that comes subtitles for much of the movie. 4. There is a documentary following the movie about how runners have helped build wells and bring clean water to people in Africa through World Vision. This part was fantastic. I enjoyed the movie, but I think it was because of my passion for marathons, not necessarily because it was a good film.
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If you're a runner you'll love it

By dsnypa
Written May 28, 2016
As runner this movie was very motivating and inspiring to see normal people with the normal everyday struggles on their path to running a marathon.
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I liked it

By dwimages
Written June 29, 2016
I am a marathoner and saw the first Spirit of the Marathon while training for my first marathon so it has a special purpose in my heart. This movie was good, but I did not find people that I identified with like in the first one. But then there are thousands of marathoners that I cannot identify with in real life. I could understand the overall process and the journeys of each runner. Each was different illustrating the univesality of marathon running. I loved the snippets of historical information splashed across the screen before the actual interviews began. I also appreciated the fact that not all of the runners were confident. Some had doubts about finishing or reaching their goals. Some succeeded while others did not which is what actually happens. I recommend it.
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Excellent movie!

By jeburrows403
Written June 25, 2016
I loved Spirit of the Marathon I. II is just as good. If you are a runner or you know someone who is, you need to see this movie. I've run one marathon in the US. Running a marathon in Rome is now on my bucket list.
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