- Awesome documentary 7/30/2020 12:00:00 AM by anoushmalhautra
It was the best documentary I've ever seen. Highly recommended for avid cubers.
- Netflix giving money for anything these days 7/30/2020 12:00:00 AM by freefalling-earth
Seriously lacking diversity. Black lives matter. Was there any deep dive into how they solve them and tips for the majority of people watching want to knew how to acquire the skills for solving a cube. Nope. What a waste of Netflix money and time of the yellow and white privilege families.
- Stimulanting 7/30/2020 12:00:00 AM by faer_kr
A documentary about the cube owners.Follow the story of two boys who have been world champions in building cubes at speed.The interesting thing is not only to see the competition, it is to see the vision that parents have about one of the boys who has autism, the total support they give him.Entertaining.Quality.StimulatingTalk about discipline, solidarity and friendship.Of short duration which makes it digestible and easy to see.
- Friendship and Parenting at the heart of this short film 7/30/2020 12:00:00 AM by genosypheus
My heart went out to the parents of Max and to Feliks. This short documentary masterfully told a beautiful story between the unconditional love of the parents of Max and his special friendship with a world champion cuber Feliks, As someone who is not a cuber, the drama is still very intense and the relationships formed around Max warmed my heart. This is a gem that will likely be overlooked by many but i am so glad to catch it on netflix.
- Great but... 8/1/2020 12:00:00 AM by scaryguyhuman
I really wish the documentary focused more on cubing as a whole instead of just focusing of Feliks and Max. If the documentary was longer, there would probably be more time to explain the brief history about the cubing community and explain more about the cube. I would love to see more stuff like this about other cubers and their backgrounds, like Tymon Kolasinski and Lucas Etter. Overall, pretty heart touching documentary.