park. big mountain is ok if they just dont bomb it or "throw down sick lines". old man videos have "sick lines". BC has to have like a giant cliff that they drop and do something over. urban is amazing. its cool to see someone do a rail that you would think was impossible. but park beacause its like a blend of it. the wall rides are always sick. and like the giant kinked rails. and i think footage from summer camps on jumps is the best. its always sunny. but music really makes the movie.
I pretty much like to watch park. My favorite is because park riders wear the coolest clothes. big mountain riders have terrible clothes. Back country riders have pretty rad clothes so I like to watch that alot, and Urban can be decent if they wear good clothes. So the real thing I like to watch in ski vids is when people are wearing cool clothes.
*clothes meaning ski suits.......
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urban/park..mainly because i can relate to it somewhat. Park/urban gives the movie a skate video feel, which is great. It becomes not where you're doing the trick, but what you're changing to be different from others.
Urban, park, BC booters, Big mountain in that order.
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Anything but urban, parks are ok if it's a creative feature. Urban just isn't skiing sorry, if theres no snow around, you're probably not skiing. Sliding a metal rail for 20 feet and then walking around in your ski boots doesnt count as skiing
I enjoy watching a well rounded movie with complete segments from every rider. This "wellroundedness" is key in any movie involving such riding of obstacles. In my case, I enjoy any obstacle that is rounded.
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