A new breed of action sports film comes to life as Red Bull Media House, in association with Brain Farm Digital Cinema, present “The Art of FLIGHT”, a Curt Morgan Film. Two years in the making, “The Art of FLIGHT” gives iconic snowboarder Travis Rice and friends the opportunity to redefine what is possible in the mountains. Experience the highs, as new tricks are landed and new zones opened, alongside the lows, where avalanches, accidents, and wrong-turns strike. Immerse yourself in a cinematic experience as Brain Farm and their arsenal of filmmaking technology capture the culture, wildlife and scenic landscapes the riders take in along the way. Join in the ride as the creators of “That’s It, That’s All” completely rewrite the formula for action sports cinema with “The Art of FLIGHT.”
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Brad S (gb) wrote: Interesting to see how they choose which films will be preserved in the National Film Registry as each year 25 American films are chosen since 1989. A lot of the obvious films are covered, but there are also some interesting lesser-known gems. Check it out!
Grant S (ag) wrote: Pretty lame. Good animation, but the story is fairly random. Pretty much an exercise in style over substance.
Sylvester K (br) wrote: The acting was superb but there were just too many plot holes that I could spot. Not a bad stand alone sequel to the Glass House series. Moral of the story: Don't be a little brat.
Caitlin L (jp) wrote: Cute story. Loved the ending.
Cris W (es) wrote: Great movie and story. A really good belly-laugh.
Countess N (mx) wrote: The Dreamlife Of Angels just seemed pretty pointless.
Brandon S (kr) wrote: This is one of those movies that's so bad its good. In a post apocalyptic, scifi world of 2017 Barb Wire(Pam Anderson) is a bad ass for hire. The story is largely borrowed from Casablanca, with Barb in place of Rick Blaine and her old flame Axel in place of Ilsa Lund. However this movie has more retinal scans and motorcycles with rocket launchers. Some of the action scenes are good. Some of the dialog is so bad I cant tell if its unintentional or parody. Toward the end there is a funny scene where the main bad guy becomes a complete, sadistic, tittering lunatic. I kind of like Chaiken's version of post apocalyptic America. Oh, and did I mention it has Pam Anderson.
METALHAMMER G (gb) wrote: El exterior est lleno de maldad, sera cierto?
Niles K (fr) wrote: Cool movie, funny, it was funnier than the first one...
Kyle O (ca) wrote: Walt Disney's retelling of the American legend is awesome. The film is actually three episodes of "Davy Crockett" from the "Disneyland" TV series compiled together to form a feature film, as was the second "Davy Crockett" film. This is a great Disney live-action film.