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I was at the Madison premier on Thursday, and I agree that it was disapointing. The 20 minute segment with Jason Biggs and some guy from a band that didn't know how to snowboard was retarded. And yes, it was a bunch of pow turns on pretty average backcountry mountains (nothing really gnarley at all). Even for snowboarders, there wasn't much park. Just the one 16 or so year old kid who was killing it, and then a 5 minute segment with some snowboarders (Chaz Guldemond, I think).
On a positive note, the section with the 4 women that were killing it with backflips off clifs was awesome. Definitely hot to see a chick that can tear it up. And in Madison, we had the hottest MC ever.
stoooopidist ski movie I have ever seen. Like I could understand if this movie was made in the 70's. I just sat there trying not to hate on every scene cause my friends parents who paid for me to get in were right there. Thanks god i had a fat popcorn or i would have left. Everyone in the theatre thought it was soo xtreme cause they had never seen a real movie and didnt know buttfuck all to do with skiing.
Yeah. My friends parents took me too. It was hard not to say how unepic that movie was in front of them.
The guy sitting in front of me was just like "I've only been skiing twice." That is the real audience of Warren Miller
It sucked so bad that I was really trying to like it but I hated it and I was with my friends and their parents so it was difficult to say it was awesome when it wasn't. I just wanted to go back to the hotel room and watch reasons so they could see what good skiing really is.
^Don't worry about it. The five shots of colby james west and five minutes of Andeas Hatveit, Dumont, Jon Olsson and what not were definately the most ill. The rest of the movie, however was not.
Well the general crowd of warren miller are the older generation and the gapers of the earth. It wasnt intended to be a freeski movie. It's warren miller fashion. However, it has lost its charm and tradition with warren miller narrating, and I thought a lot of the scenes were junky. I did like the filming and it was cool to see all the audience getting stoked on the freeski section. So i give it a C- over all
and Tim, your part was hilarious. made my night. thanks pal!
deffinently dissapointed this year