To be honest with you, I thought it was decent at best, and this is coming from a longtime TGR fan. I thought the opening segment was banger, it gave me goosebumps and got me stoked, but something just wasnt right about alot of the rest of the movie. Benchetlers segment was just mostly him doing 180's off cliffs and buttering in pow, which you can only watch so many times. The park segments weren't really good at all besides Andreas' octo double which was pretty sick. The seggy with Wallisch was really bad because the slow mo was just SO overdone.
I feel as if they should have closed out the movie with Ian Mac's segment. Instead, they have like 4 segments towards the end that kind of drag on in AK. The soundtrack was pretty sick though, but i feel as if they could have done a little bit better in terms of cutting down on certain footage. Also, I really liked the theme too, I thought that was badass.
I dunno, its hard to describe, but it just didn't really do it for me. Martini's seg was pretty cool, Sage's was pretty sick, and Callum/Dana/Ian slayed as always. The opening segment definitely got me stoked though. Todd Ligare had a shit ton of shots in that movie.
I thought the movie was sick, i still cant get over that first shot
Probably TGR's best film in a long time, much better than LIght the Wick. Thought their editing/filming was a huge step up from the past few years, and made it flow really well. For a mainly big mountain/backcountry film, one of the best out ther in my opinion. Got me super stoked to ski.
They needed to cut it down a bit. The vast majority of footage that didn't entail shreddy steep lines dragged on. Macintosh's seg should've finished the movie, instead it was followed by a baffling hip / park segment with non-stop slowmo phantom shots including one that didn't even have Tom's (I believe) head in frame. Bonus material if ever there was any. Griffin Post and Todd Ligare have like 3 segs each, which is fine because they killed it super hard, but a weird choice of organization. I found the soundtrack pretty good. Cinematography was generally really solid and they didn't overuse the POV shots.
Overall it was a very enjoyable flick in usual, what you expect from TGR form. But it could have been improved and made about 10 minutes shorter.