Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|One Step Beyond |
Actors: Josh Stewart, Kris Markovich, Tony Hawk
Genres: Music Video & Concerts, Sports
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Take it from a skater...
D. Lynch | MN United States | 11/18/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Look, obviously the other reviewers of this film aren't skateboarders. I am. I've skated for years and have seen my fair share of skate videos, and let me tell you, this isn't a run-of-the-mill video. This video offers some exceptional skateboarding by the likes of Ed Selego, Kenny Anderson, Kris Marchovich, and the infamous Tony Hawk, as well as some comedy, provided by the ex-Jackass star, Bam Margera. The music and some of the language may not be appropriate for young viewers, but for any skater old enough and experienced enough to appreciate what's going on here, I think you'll agree that this is a great skate video. And you get your money's worth: I havn't seen the DVD version, but the VHS version is over an hour long, so, with the DVD version's bonus footage, you're getting a very long skate video in a very high quality format (considering most other skate videos are 20 minutes long, have terrible quality, are loaded with ads, have crappy music, and cost $30). Buy."
One Step beyond
D. Lynch | 05/16/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"this video was amazing. Every single guys part was unbelievable. hte dvd is even better with the new saun white tony hawk vert part. about my only complaint would be bams part could have used more skating and less antics (his entire part is at the Philly park) everyone else though was unbelievable. Sumners part was full of gnarly rails as were all the ams. Ryan Bobier has a ridiculous frontside flip down this massive gap. The editing was great and the music had enough variety you didnt need to watch it on mute."
This DVD rocks
D. Lynch | 01/12/2003
(4 out of 5 stars)
"I borrowed my friends VHS copy of this and it ruled. The only problem is that the DVD version has a slightly different edit in some places, and the soundtrack has for the majority, been changed. However, the extras are pretty cool. Bottom line, is that both versions are great, but if you like rock/metal with your skating, get the VHS."