Seattle drivers suck
has anyone seen this film? the teaser makes it look kinda lame - the riding is pretty darm tame.
worst movie I have ever seen.... the filming is ok but the riding in Kranked 1 was way better. I'd take a pass on it.
Its crappp, nice scenery though
It's a pretty short film, filmed by amatures. It's about normal dudes riding, not pros who are getting paid. It's deffinitely not your standard giant-huck-and-jump-slow-motion-terrible "hardcore rock" soundtrack-fest, nor is it a movie about world cup racing. However, it's actually very well put together, and much more artful than most people on these boards recognize. The film ends up artfully capturing much of the real heart of freeriding and being a documentary about some riding that a bunch of friends did together in Italy.
The riding isn't at another level of crazy, so if you're looking for another "New World Disorder" type clone film, look elsewhere. It's more in the art category than any other MTB film I've seen.
There: someone that's understands this film!
Originally Posted by BikeMk
These guys didn't set out to make a professional mountainbike film. St first they were just filming for fun, untill Banshee sponsored them.
If you want to see sick action, backflips an dbig hucks buy another flick.
But everytime I watch this film I want to go biking again!
My point: don't b*tch about this film. It's made really well, with a minimum of funds, but with pure soul!
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Originally Posted by J.BL
i believe the original poster asked for people opinions on what they thought about the film and not who, how, or what film it's compared too. And from the majority of the votes it seems that the filmed sucked. In my opinion
I didn't think it was worth buying. Watching maybe, but not buying.
Very, very nicely shot, but ultimately a very boring film. I paid $10 or something for it and consider it a waste of money. Watched it once and haven't bothered again.
It does have a lot more soul than most of the current crop of big drop/stunt riding type films though.