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Ski Movie 2: High Society
Ski Movie 2 High Society
Genres: Action & Adventure, Sports
NR     2002     1hr 50min


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Genres: Action & Adventure, Sports
Sub-Genres: Action & Adventure, Skiing & Snow Sports
Studio: Vas
Format: DVD - Color
DVD Release Date: 01/29/2002
Release Year: 2002
Run Time: 1hr 50min
Screens: Color
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaDVD Credits: 1
Total Copies: 0
Members Wishing: 1
MPAA Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Languages: English

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Movie Reviews

(5 out of 5 stars)

"HIGH SOCIETY is an awesome, inspiring, must see ski movie. It's all about a bunch of free skiers who can do rad tricks and can make sick turns on BIG mountains take a trip on 110 ft. yaht in British Columbia and ski their brains out. It's got some wicked skiers-McConkey,Wendy Fisher, Morrison, McGovern, Davenport, Tanner Hall, and then some uh,snowmobilers. If you saw There's Something About McConkey, you will be glad to know that Saucer Boy makes a come back in a satire of Cast Away. The soundtrack is excellent, the vistas are gorgeous, the skiers are hard core, and the powder is mouth watering. Matchstick Productions really knows how to make a great ski movie. High Society is a testament to that and the prowess of Scott Gaffney et al."
Best of the ski movie trilogy
ronandmia | Edmonds, WA USA | 02/13/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I've got all three of MSP's rocking flicks. 1 and 2 are must haves.. 3 is a bit of let down, but they had a lot to live up to following those two! 2 has great variety including some base jumping on Baffin island that will blow you away! I'm hoping 4 will live up to the first two!"
The best movie cuz it has the best skiiers
K- dub | Boulder Rock, CO | 04/08/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)

"this movie has the best skiiers in the world pullin the sickest tricks u will see this side of the globe. Its flat out sweet and unbelieveable, plus its got other footage so u wont get a headache(if thats possible) from nonstop skiing. Its just the best, powder magazine knows whats up, if ur a skiier, u frickin live by powder magazine. They gave it a hot rating, i gave it a hot must be a hot movie."
Packs enough Punch to top Last Years Amazing Movie.
Peter Soule | Yarmouth, Me USA | 03/11/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Last season MSP (Matchstick Productions) released Ski Movie, and it was voted by many skiing websites and magazines to be not only the year's best film, but the best skiing ever caught on tape, ever. This made the expectations VERY high for this year's MSP release, Ski Movie 2: High Society. And I do think that it is safe to say that this movie does pack enough punch to top what was said to be the best ski film ever.SV2's opening montage involves the featured skiers in the movie and a silver suit-case. You know right away that this is not going to be any ordinary ski film. It the breaks into some highlight shots from the movie to Saliva's song, "Make me a Superstar." Following is 2 hours of the most insane, adrenaline pumping, crazy skiing ever to be caught on film, again. In this film MSP amazingly managed to get footage from nearly every skier on the freestyle scene right now, and nearly every single skier has a resonably long part. It also includes some other sports as well, like a 2-3 minute clip of today's top snowmobilers (this section includes Dan Gardner doing the 211 foot world record jump and Jim Rippey landing the first backflip on a snowmobile), and Shane McConkey doing some crazy base jumping. But the biggest highlight in the film would have to be the 11 day boat trip to a "middle or nowhere place" in British Columbia where Dean Cummings, Seth Morrison, and Shane McConkey become the first ever to ski this unknown mountain range. There is also a funny mini movie Spoof on the movie Cast Away about a character name Saucer Boy that plays in between the skiers partsOther skiers in this film include (I'm not going to list them all, there are too many): C.R. Johnson, Tanner Hall, Mike Douglass, Vincent Dorion, Boyd Easley, Philou Poirier, Eric Pollard, Evan Raps, Shannon Schad, Wendy Fisher, and Aaron McGovern.As I said before, this movie easily has the punch to top Ski Movie. I recomend this film to anyone into freestyle skiing. And if you would like to see some more new school skiing then I would reccomend you check this years Poor Boyz Productions release, Propoganda."