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Guy Procter  says:

TT3D smashes into UK box office top 10 - where to see it

TT3D Closer to the Edge has spread to 60 MORE new cinemas, ranking it among the most successful big screen documentary releases ever. The buzz around the brilliant biking movie continues to grow, and no wonder when viewers are reacting as they are (see below). As of this Friday TT3D is in the 130 cinemas listed below, and more keep...

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Oct 09

Posts: 15

Molehillbmx says:

Milky's Bike Sounds!!!!

Milky's Bike Sounds are worth the ticket price alone!!! & don't forget Hutchy doing weights in 3D......

Quality Film tho!

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Jul 10

Posts: 64

Wellgofar says:


Booked and really can't wait 'til Friday. Hopping from foot to foot and having a w**k......

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Apr 11

Posts: 4

gogo2toto says:

shopping online

New stock constantly!Come on, dress up!

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Apr 11

Posts: 4

gogo2toto says:

shopping online

New stock constantly!Come on, dress up!

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May 05

Posts: 51

r6buz says:


Ipswich Cineworld showed it once, as a preview so they could charge more. Dicks!

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Jan 08

Posts: 74

PhilCBR6 says:


Seen TT3D last night, WOW! What a film, a future cult film for sure. Guy Martin was very funny. Only let down was no input from Ryan Farquhar, he is Northern Ireland's (indeed, Ireland's) top roadracer and is a TT winner. I guess he didn't want to be on camera, or he wasn't asked. At least we got some laughs from TT winner Michael Dunlop!!!!

This film is up there with David Wallace's "Roadracers" from 1979, possibly made better by the 3D!!!!

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Oct 05

Posts: 52

robmclean71 says:


All of life is here. I can't recommend this film enough, it really puts you through the mangle, from Guy's quips to Conor's crash this film has it all. The opening on board sequence made my hairs stand on end. Richard de Aragures has captured the TT and why I love biking perfectly, I hope he makes more biking films! Even the wife, who was non too excited about seeing a TT documentry, loved it too!

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Oct 02

Posts: 5

rollingroad says:


Bring it to Australia please!

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Feb 11

Posts: 116

@wellgofar, classic!! best line I've read in a long while that.

@rollingroad, I'll eagerly second that. The TT clips and coverage OneHD air here are fantastic but sounds like it wouldn't hold a candle to TT3D.

Just on a side note, anyone know what happened to Guy Martin race 2 of BSB at the weekend, didn't see him in the classification and, much to my disdain, BSB isn't shown over here either.

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Nov 05

Posts: 93

racinjetford says:


Bring it to the U.S. as well!!! At least to the states with large biking populations, California, Arizona, Texas, etc. The US is a big place and you could make some decent money here if you market this thing well enough. And who knows, maybe even spark a biking explosion. Heaven knows we need more bikers over here, but people don't know enough about bikes and can't seem to get away from the "hog" wanna-be-bad-boy harley image or thug-stunta BS in the public.

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