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(223) 7.7 89 min 2020

Tread is a movie starring Marvin Heemeyer, Robert Fleet, and Teresa Riley. Pushed to his breaking point, a master welder in a small town at the foot of the Rocky Mountains quietly fortifies a bulldozer with 30 tons of concrete and...

Starring
Marvin Heemeyer, Robert Fleet, Teresa Riley
Genres
Documentary
Director
Paul Solet

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Documentary
Director Paul Solet
Writer Paul Solet
Stars Marvin Heemeyer, Robert Fleet, Teresa Riley
Country USA
Runtime 1H 29M
Description Pushed to his breaking point, a master welder in a small town at the foot of the Rocky Mountains quietly fortifies a bulldozer with 30 tons of concrete and steel and seeks to destroy those he believes have wronged him.

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Saturday, 02 May 2020 13:13

I don't know about you but the producers of this documentary seemed to be in the habit of screwing up at the start. The voice-over commentary was too incoherent to follow and the tone was slanted in the direction of being too progressive for the majority of the audience. It was like the first five minutes were spent explaining what the hell this was about, but the end was just as bad, if not worse. What you end up with is a disjointed, nonsensical and poorly produced documentary. It's a long way from anything interesting or insightful, and it takes a lot to make a documentary that is truly lacking in depth. The unfortunate thing is that the producers didn't spend any time on quality editing, or making sure that the movie has any kind of a coherent narrative. It felt as if the producers were afraid to go too far with the material, and so they managed to pull a fast one on the viewer. I can't even be sure that the documentary is really as bad as it is being made out to be, because I haven't actually seen any of the stuff that the producers are showing. I suspect that I'm not alone in thinking that this is one of the worst documentaries that I've ever seen. It's bad enough that they went against the grain in the beginning, but at the end of the day they just end up ruining the entire thing. And if the rest of the movie was anything like this, I would have to agree. I'm not exactly sure what the filmmakers were aiming to do, but they just end up going all over the place. I've never heard of any of the people that appear in this, but I'm sure they have a pretty impressive resume. If the documentary was a few minutes longer, I would have had more respect for the people that produced it.


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