Overall, def get it if you have some extra money or buy the level 1 six pack. You can see skiers of the past and see a side of the sport that you wouldnt otherwise.
It's good for the money if you buy the level 1 six pack. It's good to see old movies and see how far skiing has come too.
It's a dvd. the product is well made.
This movie is very different from others. It is good, but just seems amateur-like, which isnâ€™t bad. The intro is really strong, explaining how no one cares about the east coast and how good the skiers are there. The tricks are definitely reflective of skiing at that time, with a lot of hucked tricks without grabs and not much style. Tanner has a full segment of when he was 16. Boydâ€™s segment is cool, with him trying to steal skis from a shop. Mikael has a pretty good segment, showing the best style in the whole movie, but itâ€™s only a minute long. There are many rails, mostly in the park, but otherwise itâ€™s a good movie. It is also long and difficult to watch in one sitting.
On a 1-10 scale:
Big Mountain 1
Overall Skiing 3
+Footage you wonâ€™t see anywhere else, A look into where skiing used to be, interesting, different, and a great intro detailing how no one cares/cared about the east coast.
-not much footage outside the park