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The Armstrong Lie

A documentary following the world-famous cyclist Lance Amstrong from his popularity rise to the ultimate fall standing out in the history of professional sports when he was accused of using doping in 2012.
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Herald Sun (Australia)
March 18, 2014 INCISIVE as it is infuriating, The Armstrong Lie chronicles the greatest fraud ever perpetuated in the history of organised sport.
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Birmingham Mail
October 10, 2014 ( ... ) a riveting, insider's view of the unravelling of one of the most extraordinary stories in the history of sports. Alex Gibney's two-hour movie races by in what feels like minutes.
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Movie Habit
May 15, 2014 The lie is the least of it in Gibney's personal documentary
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St. Louis Post-Dispatch
December 12, 2013 While the movie includes enough details about the physiology, strategy and marketing of bike racing to satisfy some of our curiosity, other questions remain unanswered.
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Toronto Star
November 28, 2013 Gibney gives the truth as full an airing as seems humanly possible, given that the subject is a world-class liar.
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Philadelphia Inquirer
November 29, 2013 The Armstrong Lie is eye-opening and myth-shattering and more than a little depressing.
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June 05, 2014 The Armstrong Lie is a very good sports documentary, but doesn't reach far enough to become one of the best nonfiction films of the year.
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Minneapolis Star Tribune
December 05, 2013 The tale has plenty of resonance off the race course. As sportswriter Dan Coyle says in the film, "It's not a story about doping, it's a story about power."
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Time Out
January 28, 2014 What will take your breath away is how viciously Armstrong crushed and humiliated anyone who dared to make allegations against him,
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Detroit News
November 29, 2013 "The Armstrong Lie" simply offers up the Armstrong lie. Sorry, but we've all already heard that one.
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Flick Filosopher
May 16, 2014 [A]nother brilliant documentary from the ever-incisive Alex Gibney... not about cycling but the power of celebrity...
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November 01, 2014 The Armstrong Lie has several insightful moments but is most interesting in how it shows us a filmmaker usually committed to finding the absolute truth in his subjects, suffering when he comes across a story where lies and truth constantly intertwine.
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