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on 11 December 2012
I have enjoyed the Gumball programmes on tv and always wanted to go on one, except for a lack of money and suitable vehicle that is!

Sky tv used to broadcast the series over a period of weeks, it was great fun and very entertaining. I have the DVD featuring the Coast to Coast event in the USA from a few years earlier, which is absolutely fantastic.I liked this particular film for different reasons perhaps than the Coast to Coast event, though on balance it isn't as good. The style is very big screen, full on film style of direction and editing. Better music, split screen and camera angles. The music is excellent. A mix of groove jazz funk and modern street music, cool euphoria sort of if you get my drift. The big problem with this film is that it almost completely ignores the great majority of the players apart from Bam, Tony Hawk and their immediate teams. Funny though they are we do not talk to, see the cars of, or get to know anyone else at all. The whole point of this type of event is to meet as many of the players and their beasts of burden as possible.

Having said all of that I enjoyed it and will watch it again no doubt.
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on 22 March 2009
This dvd is awesome. Especially if you like car's.

Fast cars, from Lambo's to Rolls Royce's, Beetle camper vans to Land Rovers. Beautiful woman and even better looking men. Awesome scenary. Gumball Rally is an annual rally over 3000 miles covering different routes each year. This DVD contains the 2006 rally from London to LA, over 3000 miles in 8 days. This DVD star Tony Hawk, Mike Vallely and Mike 'Rooftop' Escamilla and Jackass stars Bam Margera and Ryan Dunn. Starting in London the Gumballers cover Europe, fly to Tailand, fly to America and ending up at the Playboy mansion in LA for a massive party.

I've always loved the Gumball rally and this is the perfect way to show off everything it has to offer.

You'll love it if you love Cars, Jackass, or Extreme sports.
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on 19 August 2010
I thought this Dvd was well produced non-sense. I enjoyed the entire thing! Inside the ride footage, an up close and personal documental featuring Gum Ballers and their vehicle's. I loved this movie.
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on 30 October 2013
This is te est of the films recored and made because of the gumball rally if you know about the gumball rally this is the film to buy not the others
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on 30 March 2014
It's a great DVD with lots of cool footage from Gumball 3000. It's the year when MTV's Jackass team joined the event. I recommend it.
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on 4 July 2013
great dvd well worth the money, good value as well, you get to see some bangin cars driven round the world
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on 27 February 2015
v good
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on 8 January 2016
Actual footage of a group of people as they race through countries. Insightful.
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on 9 February 2012
bit boring really on a 30 min dvd, it follows the boys going across Europe. wasn't really sure what to expect from the DVD but it was very short.
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