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On Any Sunday: The Next Chapter

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It is safe to say that no movie has done more to promote the powersports industry than Bruce Brown’s immortal classic On Any Sunday. When it hit the big screens in 1971, motorcycle and scooter sales boomed as an entire generation embraced two-wheels. The true-to-life stories chronicled in OAS even earned an Academy Award nomination. Safe to say that short of Sochiro Honda, nobody put more butts on bikes than Bruce Brown.
Flash forward 43 years to the Dolby Theater on Hollywood Boulevard for the red carpet premiere of On Any Sunday: The Next Chapter. Dana Brown, Bruce’s son and maker of Dust To Glory and Step Into Liquid has produced a sequel that is worthy of the legend. Shot in Dolby’s “Ultra HD” the visceral experience captures the motorcycle experience … while the technology has advanced, the core focus of the film remains the same: capturing the essence of motorcycling and the people who ride.
Judging from the response of the gray beards who remember hiding in the bathroom at the movies to sneak into a second showing, to the skinny jeans/flannel/facial hair folks in the crowd, The Next Chapter captures some of the magic of  the original. Hopefully the same seminal experience translates into another surge in the motorcycle industry. With widespread distribution set for November 7 in more than 400 theaters nationwide, MPN rates this flick two thumbs up!
For tickets: www.onanysundayfilm.com
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