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chilling... infuriating.. and harrowing.. a broken system within a broken sport. excellent film
i love any movie that makes lance armstrong look like the jerk he is.
Difficult to rate as not many films make me angry! How is he not behind bars? A well told story of the history, lies and ultimate downfall of the worlds greatest sporting fraud.
Alex Holmes' Stop At Nothing is THE BEST documentary out there on the infamous Doping Scandal. Alex Gibney's The Armstrong Lie did a great job, but felt as though Gibney was intimidated by Lance and even catered to him. Stop At Nothing pulls no punches. Thanks to David Walsh, Paul Kimmage, The LeMonds, Tyler Hamilton & especially Frankie & Betsy Andreu who ALL stood their moral & ethical ground to bring down a cheating, money hungry, narcissistic, sociopath. "THE GREATEST FRAUD IN THE HISTORY OF SPORT." No argument here.
Really well done, informative documentary revealing how ruthless, cold blooded, selfish and self-aggrandizing this man was. Aptly titled Stop At Nothing with Lance taking no prisoners to try and stay atop a mountain he climbed through deceit, fraud, dishonesty and cheated. I'm surprised he's not in jail.
a must see doc if you like cycling
"The Lance Armstrong Story" sums it up, and what you see is kinda what you'd expect. The movie starts shortly before Armstrong's cancer diagnosis, when he'd won some big races and received unprecedented payoffs. There is never any pretense at mystery - it's assumed right off that Lance is a cheater and that you know it, so this is really a history of the fraud and cover up - but most interesting is the examination of the sort of person that Armstrong is to lead him to pull off such a fraud, continually cover it up, and destroy some of his key teammates in the process.
The movie was better than I expected - it did remain compelling - because Armstrong does weave such a tangled web, that your jaw drops as you follow it through.
* I felt that from the start I was unable to watch the documentary with a completely open mind due to the revelations that essentially led to the making of this film. However the director did do a good job of trying to show just how far Lance Armstrong has fallen.
* Mind Blowing that the star of a sport so relatively small, was able to control and manipulate as many people as he was.
"At some point, people have to tell their kids that Santa Claus isn't real," - Floyd Landis
Saw this again tonight, still an unbelievable story, even after some of the truth has come out. More to come over time.