Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|Warren Miller's Cold Fusion|
Actor: COLD FUSION'S world-class athletes
Director: Warren Miller (II)
Genres: Sports, Documentary
As his 52nd annual release, Warren Miller once again brings out the hard-core rider in each of us. His films throw us into an infinite journey of intense snowbound aerobatics, goofy lift moments, and historic segments all ... more »
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R. Scully | Spokane, WA USA | 10/17/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Warren Miller is the man-- his movies just get better and better each year. This is a great film, only maybe to be beaten by the newest release of Storm. I can only wait to see this year's film, Journey. Visit the Warren Miller website (www.warrenmiller.com) to learn more about this year's film and past films-- its worth a visit!"
S. Hughes | Redding ,Ca USA | 01/15/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I watch this video on some channel on T.V. one night and knew I had to own it!
I don't even ski (or jump off buildings for that matter)but who doesn't want to watch guys doing amazing "oh my gosh! " EXTREME SPORT activities.
I loved the music too.
And the the way it was shot by Warren Miller.
I would highly recommend this movie to anyone. In fact I've already bought it for some...
Excellent! I'm inspired...
T. Burt | MA United States | 01/09/2007
(4 out of 5 stars)
"I've never purchased a Warren Miller film before and didn't know what to expect. After watching Cold Fusion, I'm now shopping for my next purchase. This movie features great skiing and snowboarding segments as well as some cool base jumping scenes. And who would have thought you can ski in Kenya? I'm not a big fan of harder music, but thought the soundtrack complemented the movie wonderfully. I had no "ghosting" or other image problems as mentioned in one review (note that the user was talking about a VHS, not the DVD). I didn't give it a full five stars because of a couple slower segments that didn't have much "extreme" stuff in it. It was still interesting, but personally, I bought this for all the big mountain and backcountry shots. I also thought the Nissan sponsorship got a little ridiculous when they zoomed in on the hood ornament. What is this, a commercial? Other than those couple of issues (very minor), I thought this was a great take and would recommend it to any ski or snowboard fanatic."