Snowriders

Snowriders

Spectacular shots of snowcapped peaks and extreme skiers gracefully defying gravity, not to mention common sense, are the highlights of this entertaining video from the venerable guru of skiing movies, Warren Miller. Sparing no expense, Miller's film crews span the globe, shooting snowboarders careening down absurdly steep Alaskan peaks, ski guides helicoptering to remote slopes in British Columbia, and hardy (and uninhibited) Scotsmen who boldly catch some "big air" in kilts. This video is fraught with offbeat humor, including shots of a snowshoe race that could have been filmed by Mack Sennett, and footage of "face jumping," the oddball diversion of hurling oneself off Alpine glaciers and parachuting to earth. Miller's gentle narration, replete with trademark corny remarks reminiscent of old movie newsreels, mixes with a musical soundtrack of contemporary rock that is often uncannily synched with the astounding footage of extreme skiing.

Spectacular shots of snowcapped peaks and extreme skiers gracefully defying gravity, not to mention common sense, are the highlights of this entertaining video from the venerable guru of skiing movies, Warren Miller. Sparing no expense, Miller's film crews span the globe, shooting snowboarders careening down absurdly steep Alaskan peaks, ski guides helicoptering to remote slopes in British Columbia, and hardy (and uninhibited) Scotsmen who boldly catch some "big air" in kilts. This video is fraught with offbeat humor, including shots of a snowshoe race that could have been filmed by Mack Sennett, and footage of "face jumping," the oddball diversion of hurling oneself off Alpine glaciers and parachuting to earth. Miller's gentle narration, replete with trademark corny remarks reminiscent of old movie newsreels, mixes with a musical soundtrack of contemporary rock that is often uncannily synched with the astounding footage of extreme skiing. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Gimly M (fr) wrote: Creating a film solely to sail on the back of the success of a main stream film is usually best served when that film is actually successful. Abraham Lincoln Vampire Hunter, was not. And Abraham Lincoln vs. Zombies, is bad.

Devon N (mx) wrote: it was ok, i mainly watched because of Brandon Baker.... but uh yea that was basically it.... um yup yup, that was it.... nothin' else 2 c here... MOVE ON PPLE JEEZ!

Cass (fr) wrote: john mccain is a true hero

Jess L (ru) wrote: This is an incredibly safe movie and role for Cusack to take on. That said it is extremely appealing and likeable despite being quite predictable. It does tread on some familiar territory but ultimately sells itself as a family friendly flick with real heart and meaning. Will I watch it again though? Not a chance.

Michel N (ru) wrote: An average black comedy with a "non original" story but a very nice cast.The same dilemna (selling your soul to the devil) was the center of many movies (I can remember Bedazzled for example).I don't know why but this movie reminded me of some films we saw in the mid 90's...

Brendan N (au) wrote: twist turning film that is a dud. a cast full of up and coming stars are just dull and boring

Brett C (ag) wrote: Review In A Nutshell:The Last Metro is the story, set in occupied France during World War 2, of an actress who is hiding her husband, who is Jewish, in the basement of their theatre while at the same time trying to keep their theatre alive.The film had the potential to tell such a strong story about art and the difficulties of expressing it during the occupation, but the film shies away from these issues and instead turns it into a basic drama story that never really delivered anything substantial. The film places its perspective on Marion Steiner, which I thought was a bad choice as there could have been so much to be explored if the film instead followed Lucas Steiner's point of view.Looking at this film in a superficial perspective was also a tad underwhelming as very few points in the story display any elevated and interesting drama; coming off flat almost all the way through. The film also featured a romance during the end of the second act/beginning of the third act which I felt wasn't established as well as I have hoped, coming off very sudden and rushed.The element of the film that I did enjoy and kept me minimally engaged with the film is its characters and dialogue. It was lovely to watch these set of characters try to make this play come alive and ensure it to be both a commercial and critical hit. The film's dialogue was able to subtly explore the personalities and structure of the characters, while also delivering at times fun and entertaining lines. The character, Bernard Granger, definitely had an air of mystery about him and I think I would have been delighted if his story was placed centre stage. The film's antagonist, Daxiat, was certainly well written with lines that would easily make one turn violent against him; the best part about him is that he firmly believes in what he is saying rather than placing an alter ego to please the Germans.I felt the film's score was a little underplayed, not letting it appear prominent enough during certain scenes, and it's a shame as the score is beautiful.The acting in this film was certainly strong, particularly from both Catherine Deneuve and Heinz Bennent as Marion and Lucas Steiner. Their performances convinced me that they are in love with another but also showing that some of their passion is also found in their art. Their split in passion is certainly wonderful, and if only the film was able to emphasise it a little more, then my experience with the film would have been more pleasurable. Gerard Depardieu as Bernard Granger was also good here, but I felt his character was under focused therefore it was difficult for me to indulge and savour his performance.The Last Metro had potential but due to its hollow core and confused direction, it was difficult to remain emotionally invested in this film. Though the film does have some merits, shown through its accessible characters and dialogue and its gorgeously composed score.

Nick K (nl) wrote: In spite of its shamelessly exploitative subject matter and severe lack of refinement, "Bring Me the Head of Alfredo Garcia" is a sweltering, booze-soaked fever dream of gruesome violence and frantic melodrama, that's both authentically shocking and incredibly entertaining.

Akramul i (au) wrote: Outstanding follow-up, that's all there is. The nameless character or brought back bigger, badder and cooler than ever, an interesting supporting woman, settings like no other, and a soundtrack that will give you chills every time you hear it

Isadore H (br) wrote: I love it when I watch a movie and the cast seems to be having loads of fun in it, and with a cast like this one, it is really fun to watch. Red isn't revolutionary by any means, but it has the feeling of being very rewatchable for me. I throughly enjoyed the great special effects and the over the top, but still fun action. Red is the definition of a fun film to watch, but it doesn't quite live up to what it could be, still a very good time though

Knox M (mx) wrote: A solid and sprawling film set in the pre-Columbus days. Very well made and expertly directed by Schaffner, but it's pace sometimes has a problem catching up with the material.

Logan M (mx) wrote: Until "That's My Boy," Zohan was probably Sandler's most unlikable character. The movie is dim-witted, and just plain bad.