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    Return to Earth Film Premiere-Greenville, SC

    There is going to be a Premiere showing of the new Anthill Films movie Return to Earth benefiting Upstate SORBA on July 10th at 7pm in Greenville, SC. You can buy tickets here.

    https://www.eventbrite.com/e/return-...dssbdestsearch
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    Is this another movie of people doing dirt jumps accompanied by bad music or is it something different?
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    From the trailer it looks like it should be called "Return to Tearing Up The Earth."

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    Quote Originally Posted by jamatt View Post
    From the trailer it looks like it should be called "Return to Tearing Up The Earth."
    Here's the trailer:

    https://www.bikemag.com/videos/return-to-earth-trailer/


    Now I have nothing against the whole downhill/freeride thing. It is fun to watch for a little while. If I were younger and much more skilled, I might be tempted to try it out. But it does seem like every bike movie is nothing but a bunch of guys in baggie shorts catching huge air. Which I guess is better than watching someone ride xc trails for 4 hours, which is closer to what 90% of us do when we actually go riding. I guess that a movie of 50 year old guys climbing Clawhammer at 4 mph wouldn't be that exciting.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mikeridesabike View Post
    Here's the trailer:

    https://www.bikemag.com/videos/return-to-earth-trailer/


    Now I have nothing against the whole downhill/freeride thing. It is fun to watch for a little while. If I were younger and much more skilled, I might be tempted to try it out. But it does seem like every bike movie is nothing but a bunch of guys in baggie shorts catching huge air. Which I guess is better than watching someone ride xc trails for 4 hours, which is closer to what 90% of us do when we actually go riding. I guess that a movie of 50 year old guys climbing Clawhammer at 4 mph wouldn't be that exciting.
    I'm 51, thank you very much. And I hit AT LEAST 6 mph.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jamatt View Post
    I'm 51, thank you very much. And I hit AT LEAST 6 mph.
    Well you're just a youngster. I might hit 6 occasionally on that road - on the downhill section
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    Quote Originally Posted by mikeridesabike View Post
    Which I guess is better than watching someone ride xc trails for 4 hours, which is closer to what 90% of us do when we actually go riding. I guess that a movie of 50 year old guys climbing Clawhammer at 4 mph wouldn't be that exciting.
    Ain't nothing a little x2 or x4 speed video editing couldn't solve.

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    Itís fair to say that this film will be different. Check out this behind the scenes mini documentary:

    https://youtu.be/rKoePpJ9oZE
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    The show is almost sold out! Get your tickets here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/return-...099?aff=Meetup
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