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Mark Cavendish: Never Enough

By Andrea Beach, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 14+

Compelling cycling docu has language, crashes, some blood.

Movie NR 2023 91 minutes
Mark Cavendish: Never Enough: Cavendish in the foreground cycling in team gear in a country-lane setting, a group of blurry riders are behind him in the background.

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age 10+

Based on 1 parent review

age 10+

Am awesome movie. There’s nothing to be afraid of though

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This is a fascinating and compelling documentary that can appeal to a range of viewers, not just those interested in professional cycling. Mark Cavendish: Never Enough lets viewers experience the highs and lows of an elite, professional athlete at the peaks, and in the darkest valleys, of his career. Simple, straightforward interviews with Mark, his wife, his teammates, and coaches add intimacy as they build emotion and suspense. The sport, and especially how the Tour de France works, are explained well so viewers can understand the stakes better. And of course, there's lots of exciting and beautiful footage of the sport of cycling.

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