I believe it sets a high bar for most kinetic movie ever made. Even the effects shots are hyperactive. Consider one shot that has a street chase where someone hits their nitro injection button and the movie flows through the engine, follows the combustion, then flys through the riders brain and then out the back as he flys away (imagine a blend of The Fast and the Furious and the opening of Fight Club, at 10x speed). All in all, it had some laughable dialog, a few nice practical stunts, a handful of badly staged simulated stunts (people on some obviously stationary mocked up bikes), silly story, and overacting galore. It's no FatF, a movie it directly mocks several times, but not as bad as it could be. Their surreal take on high speed motorcycles is unique to say the least. Considering the kind of film it is, it's probably a C+. If you can't stand constantly active movies (such as any recent Michael Bay film), stay far away.