Resurgence

Resurgence

By Heber Cannon & Marston Sawyers

  • Genre: Documentary
  • Release Date: 2021-07-30
  • Advisory Rating: Unrated
  • Runtime: 1h 52min
  • Director: Heber Cannon & Marston Sawyers
  • Production Company: 20th Century Fox
  • Production Country: United States of America
  • iTunes Price: USD 11.99
5.2/10
5.2
From 4,940 Ratings

Description

To be called the Fittest on Earth, one would have to be capable of conquering a number of both physical and mental challenges. In the year of 2020, those challenges were plentiful. "Resurgence" captures all the drama as the organization of CrossFit pivots to pull off an in-person event amidst a world pandemic. Developing a new competition format to narrow a large field of athletes to only 5 men and 5 women. These athletes descend on a small ranch in California to take on whatever challenges are necessary to be crowned the Fittest on Earth.

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  • Killed it!

    5
    By Lata&Brent
    Another amazing documentary from buttery bros. Very touching..loved every minute of it.
  • Buttery Bros

    5
    By Cjenoe92
    The Buttery Bros have done it again. I love watching their content. Keeps me motivated to keep on pushing. Love it guys.
  • Captured the moments

    5
    By msbro321
    The buttery bros did it again. They created another movie that capture not only the 2020 CrossFit games but the sport as a whole.
  • The bros are gettting buttier

    5
    By My boy John
    Yet again ‘twas and excellent documentary Mr. Heber & Mr. Marston. Really awesome insight to the CrossFit games and loved the story telling. Keep it up!
  • Best Yet!

    5
    By Theespressojunkie
    Really well done! Awesome job!
  • great work

    5
    By WillMoe94
    good content1 great quality! good music background not too much perfect amount!
  • Great Work

    5
    By greg_g02
    Hard Work Paid Off
  • One of the weaker CFG documentaries

    3
    By lkvahgoihang
    Maybe blame it (like everything else) on the pandemic but the pacing in this documentary felt off. Just when it felt like the directors were building up to a crescendo, the moment would inevitably end with a thud. They must’ve had a pretty limited budget and staff because despite only needing to cover ten athletes in every event, there were at least a couple events where they didn’t even mention at least an athlete or two, let alone show you any footage of them competing. This one was just really missing that intensity I’m used to getting from these and obviously it wasn’t from lack of talent on the field so I don’t know where else to lay the blame than at the feet of the directors.
  • Beautiful, Raw, Emotional, and Real

    5
    By Dannimal84
    As a CrossFit fan, you already know the ending of this story. However, to see the emotion, drama, and action this documentary catches adds so much more to it. If you are a fan of greatness, this is for you!
  • Buttery Bros Always Kill It!

    5
    By dbeels44
    What more is there to say?!

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