Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|The Ferrari Experience|
Genres: Sports, Documentary
Have you ever wondered what it feels like to ride shotgun in an F50 going 100 mph on the open freeway? Or what it sounds like when a 360 Modena hits redline in a tunnel? Now is your chance to find out. This riveting and ex... more »
Not a Ferrari Experience
Stephen L. Sherman | USA, Kansas | 05/17/2006
(1 out of 5 stars)
"A couple of highlights but mostly lows. It could have been saved
somewhat if they would have had the good sense to RECORD the sound of the engines, but you are treated to their choice music as they follow and have varius Ferraris approach the camera vehicle. They waste the Willow Springs segment without 'in car' at this venue. My wife had just 2 questions after watching this
DVD. 1 Why did you buy this? 2 Can you get your money back?"
Too bad you can't negative star this.
Kevin Covey | Chicago, IL USA | 07/22/2006
(1 out of 5 stars)
"I have blown $30 on many things, but this is one of the few things that I truly believe I would have gotten more satisfaction by burning the money with a match. To make this video a bunch of kids took their mom's camcorder and went out to oogle some ferraris on the roads of LA."
Diasppointing. Left me wanting.
Scott Flood | MILFORD, MA USA | 04/01/2006
(2 out of 5 stars)
"The potential for this DVD is never met. It's basically a hand-held camcorder-shot documentary. The disc comes off as more of a home movie than a true thrill ride. Although the cars are beautiful, and enthusiasts will enjoy the selections, the shooting is amateurish and poorly lit. For the most part the creators are just following alongside of the cars as they pass by over and over again. The chapter on the restorations is the only saving grace of the film. It is genuinely interesting. I am frankly surprised that Ferrari licensed this product. It's not the worst 60 minutes I've ever spent but I wanted so much more."