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Four Minutes is accompanied by a variety of bonus features that provide a comprehensive record of Roger Bannister's historic running of the sub-four-minute mile. In addition to the standard extras (deleted scenes, outtakes, and a behind-the-scenes featurette), there's also the original 1954 newsreel footage of Bannister's record-setting run; a documentary short titled "Barrier Breakers," about the runners who challenged the four-minute barrier prior to Bannister's breakthrough; original 2005 interviews with Bannister and fellow Oxford runner Chris Chataway; an enhanced on-screen trivia option full of informative information regarding Bannister's achievement and the film's historical context; and audio commentary by Four Minutes director Charles Beeson, producer Len Raynor, and executive producer Jerry Abrams. --Jeff Shannon
Not as inspiring as I was hoping. I felt the other previews overrated this movie beyond its performance. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Terry Johnson
One of my favorite movies of all time, well documented and very tasteful.Published 13 months ago by Michael Langman
I wanted some insight into the thinking and mindset of a person who achieved what was believed to be impossible. Read morePublished 17 months ago by pleng
It is an old school movie but really enjoyed it!
I would highly recommend it to anybody that likes movies with running in it.
A college track athlete myself, I found it very entertaining. I am also a history major so I wrote a paper on the topic. Read morePublished on May 29, 2013 by C Kib
The most interesting thing about the narrative to me was how disciplined Bannister had to be to manage his time so that he could pursue a very demanding academic and professional... Read morePublished on January 24, 2012 by Will Murphy
The movie and the true story behind it (which is contained in the special features section) are both entertaining and inspiring. Read morePublished on July 19, 2011 by Mark
When I was in High School, I was approached by one of the better baseball teams to request that I consider playing baseball in that organization. Read morePublished on September 30, 2009 by James Barlow Jr.