Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Review: The Art of Flight

The Art of Flight...what hasn't already been said about this snowboarding masterpiece? Two years in the making, brought to you by Travis Rice, Red Bull, and Brain Farm, this snowboarding super movie epitomizes what snowboarding is about and where it's going. Absolutely the highest quality picture and sound to have ever graced a snowboard flick (at least from what I've personally experienced)...Blu Ray all the way baby. I do love the fact that when you purchase this movie that you get both the Blu Ray and dvd versions packaged neatly together all for one price. Other snowboard film production companies take heed, this is how to do it. Onto the film itself.
Incredible.
The ensemble cast of riders is legendary...Travis Rice, Mark Landvik, Jeremy Jones, Nicolas Muller, John Jackson, Scotty Lago, Pat Moore, DCP, Jake Blauvelt, Bjorn Leines...it doesn't get much better than this folks. The tunes rock and fit the tone of riding perfectly. The story that goes a long with the shreddage is just as spectacular, from beginning to end this film belongs on snowboarding's top shelf. Travis Rice and his crew always seem to do the impossible...out do themselves year after year. I have no clue what he has up his sleeve next, but I seriously can't wait to see what it is.

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