Out of Nothing (2014)

  • Year: 2014
  • Released: 17 May 2014
  • Country: United States
  • Adwords: 6 wins & 5 nominations
  • IMDb: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt2880472/
  • Rotten Tomatoes: https://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/out_of_nothing
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  • Available in: 720p, 1080p,
  • Language: English
  • MPA Rating: N/A
  • Genre: Documentary, Biography, Family
  • Runtime: 90 min
  • Writer: Colin Dalvit
  • Director: Chad DeRosa
  • Cast: Mark Bjorklund, Carl Bjorklund, Jason Omer
  • Keywords: extreme sports, motorcycle, speed records,

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From the Pacific Northwest to Utah’s Bonneville Salt Flats, this is the inspiring true story of four tenacious men who risk everything to conquer the records of motorcycle land speed racing. This rare & special film will remind you how perseverance against all odds can send the most unlikely men roaring into glory.—Anonymous

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Out of Nothing Movie Reviews

Fantastic film!

This film was an inside look of what it takes to build and race a bike on the Bonneville Salt Flats. It was very well done and gave you a sense of what it is like to try to break the record, as well as everything that goes into the design and build of your bike. The teams profiled in this film were not the big name people you hear about, giving it a common man – anyone that wants to give it a try can do it feel. The cinematography and editing were excellent, as well as the music and the panoramic views of the great salt flats! What a beautiful and desolate place! The stories behind each of the people profiled were very interesting. I never knew the different types of bikes that could enter and the modifications they could make to them in order to compete. I learned a lot from watching this film and I highly recommend it to anyone even remotely interested in motorcycles or racing! Really enjoyed this film!

For the cycle enthusiasts most of all…

“Out of Nothing” is a documentary about a group of guys who live in the Pacific Northwest. While they work a variety of different jobs, what draws them together is their love of motorcycles and a desire to set a land speed record. The film follows them from working on their bikes to going to the Bonneville Salt Flats in Utah to try their chance at the record.

I am definitely not the best guy to watch this film, as I’ve never driven a motorcycle nor am I especially inclined to do so. I say this now because it had to affect how much I enjoyed the movie. And, I am sure folks who love cycles would be especially drawn towards this film….and would get more out of it. Now this is not to say I didn’t enjoy the story. No, it was reasonably interesting and the film was very well made…with a professional look you often don’t see with documentaries. My only complaint is the music, as the volume seemed a bit loud and it dominated much of the film. Again, however, as it’s not the sort of music I usually listen to, perhaps this should be kept in mind. Overall, we have a nice, well-made film that is worth seeing.

By the way, the thing that stood out most for me about “Out of Nothing” is the fact that one of the producers is Ryan Stiles. If his name isn’t familiar, he’s a frequent (and hilarious) performer on “Whose Line Is It Anyway?”…and it surprised me that he was involved with this project. I can only assume he’s a nut about cycles….but you really would expect him to be involved in something with more of a comedic spin to it!

Wow – real people, real (fast) bikes, what’s not to like!

From the opening credits – which are great in themselves, to the final scene, Out of Nothing guides you through the highs and highs of a group of wonderfully fanatical bike builders who’s only(?) dream is to go fast at Bonneville. Hats off to the Director and Producer for this work as it manages to meld both hardware i.e. bikes and software i.e. people into a real life story which captivates from the get go. Production values are high end (while I guess the budget was not so). The film has a superb balance between the technical accomplishments of the guys and their own humanity. Brilliant stuff from all at P51. I recommend this film to all and I look forward to seeing what these particular filmmakers are going to do next time.