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It was a good value like 20 bucks watched it like 20 times good stuff
Its a DVD cant really say anything else
I thought it was a sick movie not very many segments u skip through. Only down side was like 5 minuet intro of the skiers at the beach. Also a few to many backcountry segments in a row but thats just me. Sick editing with green screen technology stuff. Good soundtrack
If your looking for a movie with a good mix of skiing i suggest picking this movie up. With 200+ ft cliffs, insane urban, and back country progression this is for sure a must see this winter.
The dvd case and dvd have a clean cut, symplistec design which is eye appealing to say the least.
Average price for a dvd($30cdn)The movie is about 50min long, however the action is constant(after a bit of a slow start)Highlights include Sammy carlson, john spriggs and kyler cooley segments. The movie is packed with bonus footage as well.
So far i havent found any problems with the dvd, plays smoothly. all of the screen selections work as they are suppose too.
This is a great movie, has a really good mix of urban, park, back country, and big mnt riding. All the menus are easy to follow and the design of the menus in general are really good.
rage has the most well rounded product in the industry. this movie will satisfy all taste buds. from the ultra jibber to old-school big mountain powder junkie.
shit's off the hook!
the design was dope as hell. just when one genre was almost played, they switch it and gave you something fresh and top notch.
i would have bought this dvd if it were $100. great deal and ultra funny extras.
9 out of 10 some of the big mountain was a little slow. the rails were epic and original. the bc jumps were dope. the shasta shit was off the hook. the music was well rounded and sick. the cliffs were the biggest in the industry. the park jumps were the biggest in the industry. overall, rage has grown leaps and bounds and next year will be their year to dominate.