Travis Rice is simply amazing. I just finished watching "That's it, That's all" and I was so stoked on it it made me want to ski. I have never seen a single person throw so many double flips and have so many different ones at the same time.
Yeah I really wish a snow board producer would leave a company and decide to make a ski movie. SB movies are so far ahead of ski movies in terms of editing and camera angles! The closest ski movie I've seen so far that even competes with a SB movie is "Such Is Life". It was so good with the lighting and multiple angles and all that.
I watched That's It That's All, then tried to watch Claim and couldn't, Thats it has suck a sick vibe, and the music was completely different and really sick. It's also amazing how much money they have to blow, its nuts...
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That's it thats' all what fucking amazing the cinomatography(sp?) was insane, skiing is was insane, music fit perfectly, and editing was just amazing. The movie was just mindblowing and insane. Def recommend it to all
I just don't understand why ski company's can't follow what the snowboard company's are doing. I guess we would prob get accused of not having enough creativity and shit but what ever! ski movies could be soo good!
^Yeah I guess.. But even then The Massive was pretty good but nothing compared to That's it, That's all. And they were both major movies put on by Red Bull. The Massive still had a fairly large budget.
Not even close to the same. If I remember correctly, Brainfarm was granted unlimited heli budget to make That's It, That's All, and they ended up spending roughly $7.2 million.
They may have both been funded by Red Bull, but the snowboard industry is much bigger than the skiing industry, so naturally Red Bull invested more money into that film.