The Speed Cubers (2020) 1080p

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23.976 fps
English 5.1  
Run Time:
40 min
IMDB Rating:
0 / 10 
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Directors: Sue Kim [Director] ,

Movie Description:
Speed Cubing, which is the competitive sport of solving a Rubik's Cube in mere seconds, has grown into a worldwide phenomenon in recent years. For nearly a decade in the sport, Feliks Zemdegs from Australia, has reigned unchallenged as the king of cubers, the greatest of all time. That is, until now. The cubing world was stunned when an unknown challenger named Max Park from California took home the Gold medal in 2017 and emerged onto the global stage. Since then, Max's rise to the top has been swift and steady, save for one obstacle in his way: Feliks. The two have been trading wins and world records steadily, neither one able to truly dominate while the other still competes. But rather than developing into a bitter rivalry, Feliks and Max have instead grown their competitive relationship into a tender yet complicated friendship. Max is highly autistic and his family has been using speed cubing as a means of therapy for his nascent social skills and emotional development. They would ...


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Not Bad.

It feels like it has been edited into friendship . The material is very thin, but after reading it, I feel that the spirit of pursuing the ultimate is still quite inspiring.


Such a lovely documentary. Didn't know anything about it. Feliks has the sweetest soul. Max's parents have done a wonderful job in supporting and encouraging their son, they seem lovely. And Max, such a brave warrior for navigating this confusing world. Heartwarming.

The Speed Cubers - Movie Review

The Speed Cubers is an undeniably sweet documentary, centred on the relationship between two rivals. However, unlike most stories, these two people become close friends and cheer each other on.

One of the children, Max, has autism and his parents are learning how to deal with this at the same time that Max is getting better and better at solving a Rubik's cube. As someone with autism, this made the film feel quite personal to me.

It wasn't as long as I would have liked, clocking in at a mere forty minutes, but there obviously wasn't any more story to tell and it was probably for the best that they didn't oversaturate the real events.

There isn't much else to say about The Speed Cubers. I liked it, and the story was sweet, but it didn't do anything to blow me away and it wasn't really long enough to consider it amongst some of the best documentaries I have ever seen.

If the film sounds interesting to you, watch it and enjoy. If it doesn't, skip it. For what it offered, I was glad I spent my time with the film and it contained many elements that made it a worthy watch for me.

SCORE: 78%
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