Wired to Win
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"Wired to Win" explores the ability of the human brain to overcome adversity, accomplish the near-impossible and power us to victory and success in life. The film studies of the various aspects of the human brain and its ability to help us achieve success in the face of what seems to be insurmountable obstacles.
Rotten Tomatoes Score: 63%

Critic Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

"The spectacular scenery, vibrant colors and dangerous speed of the Tour de France provide the perfect raw material for Imax filmmaking."
‑ Michelle Hiskey, Atlanta Journal-Constitution
"Take comfort, fogies -- according to 'Wired, the brain never stops learning."
‑ Wesley Morris, Boston Globe
"This story marries together two seemingly distinct subjects: the Tour de France and the science of the brain. It's a marriage that seems somewhat contrived, but it works."
‑ Ross Anthony, Hollywood Report Card
"The mental and physical coordination is a feat that any golf, football, tennis player, et al., can relate to. But its impact is magnified on the IMAX screen."
‑ Philip Wuntch, Dallas Morning News
"The graphics and facts about the brain are interesting, but it always feels like they are interrupting the action to bring you the commercials that are paying for the show to be on the big screen."
‑ Cherryl Dawson and Leigh Ann Palone, TheMovieChicks.com
"The sense of speed, the thrill of competition and the awful awareness of danger are intense and unremitting."
‑ David Elliott, San Diego Union-Tribune
"The execution fails to entirely flesh out the conceit."
‑ Ronnie Scheib, Variety
"Offers a nice visual overview of the Tour, but doesn't quite work either as an insightful portrait of its competitors or as a science lesson."
‑ Frank Swietek, One Guy's Opinion
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