pinkcamo1000I think the forced PROGRESSION narrative is pretty funny cause of how cliche it is. Also looking back at that era, progression was actually nuts and wayyy faster than it is today.
Dubstep was sick in 2010 and if you don't agree you were either too old or too young at the time. Hasn't aged well though...
I think revolver does an excellent job at documenting a specific era of skiing, better than the other movies at the time. Like Eye Trip is a better movie 100%. But, when I watch revolver, I am blasted with so much 2010 nostalgia it's almost overwhelming. Eye Trip is a timeless classic, whereas revolver is more of a period piece.
I see what you are saying. I think Revolver is kind of the final movie in that era for PHP.
(I was a Tech-house snob in 2010 so was not really into Dubstep during that time.)
I kind of see it like this:
PHP era OG years of long film run times and initial Athlete lineup:
Degenerates, Propaganda, Happy Days, War, Pop yer Bottles
PHP era of more low key films with new younger Athletes:
Photo Play, Idea, Yeah Dude, Idea, Reasons
PHP era of higher production values but still style of above:
PHP era of Highest Production and capstone of athletes going back to Photo Play etc:
Grand Bizarre, WE, Tracing Skylines