• Level 1 Productions 2nd Generation 2002

      • Review by ATLskier on Dec 31, 1969 @ 7:00 PM
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      • Review:

        Overall

        Just read above.

        Value

        It's very good for the money if you buy the level 1 six pack. Even if you dont buy it with the six pack, you can still see a bunch of skiers you wouldnt otherwise. Circhton's break out year segment is good too. If you have some extra money and want to watch an east coast oriented old ski movie...well here you go.

        Quality

        The quality is good. Obviously, from the time it was shot, film quality is not optimal. But it has some good skiing.

        Content

        2nd generearion is a huge step up from balance, showing smoother skiing, and more rails. Dave Crichton’s segment is really good, along with steele, tanner, jon(although short), mikael, and marc andre. There are some great features including a step up to the roof of a building and a huge summer gap by sterbenz. There are also great shots of Brendan Buchar and many other that you won’t see in films like Propaganda or ski movie 2. Added bonus: Laughs at hibbert’s expense as he does a switch to rail and nuts himself and a failed double back attempt on a road gap. Crichton’s segment is the best part of the movie, and it’s a great segment.

        Editing 8.5
        Music 6.5
        Urban 5
        Big Mountain 1.5
        Overall Skiing 4
        Overall 7




        +Good crash segment. Chrichton’s segment, unique footage, skiers not in any other movies
        -weird music, not much outside the park


        Keep in mind, my little ratings system is adjusted for the year it was made. So dont compare a rating 7 from the 1999-2000 ski movies to the 2007-2008 ski movies

        Ratings:
        • Style
          Uncool
          Cool
        • Type
          Urban / Park
          Pow / Big Mtn
        • Replayability
          Once
          Everyday
        • Bonus
          None
          Tons
        • Athlete Skill
          Amateur
          Pro
        • Production Value
          Amateur
          Pro
        • Vibe
          Serious
          Fun
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    • Product Information
    • Name:
    • 2nd Generation
    • Manufacturer:
    • Level 1 Productions
    • Year:
    • 2002
    • Gender:
    • Male
    • At A Glance
    • Style
    • Uncool
      Cool
    • Type
    • Urban / Park
      Pow / Big Mtn
    • Replayability
    • Once
      Everyday
    • Bonus
    • None
      Tons
    • Athlete Skill
    • Amateur
      Pro
    • Production Value
    • Amateur
      Pro
    • Vibe
    • Serious
      Fun
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    • Your Wishlist Your Gear
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