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Step Into Liquid

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"Dana Brown, the son of surfing documentarian Bruce Brown, outdoes his father in Step into Liquid. This beautifully shot documentary takes you around the world to experience surfing like it's never been done before.

Thanks to Dana Brown's delightful Step Into Liquid, the surfing scene in Sheboygan, Wisconsin, should get a healthy boost. That's because Brown, in the tradition of his father, filmmaker Bruce Brown (The Endless Summer), has captured dazzling images of surfers riding curls in some of the world's most exotic--and sometimes unlikely--places. Besides the action on Lake Michigan, Brown leads us to Costa Rica, where the sport's senior elite (including Summer star Robert August) prove they still have the moves, and Oahu's North Shore, where the legendary Pipeline inspires this quote: "It's so scary, maybe you die a little." Most entertaining is a segment in County Donegal, where the American Malloy brothers startle the locals and meet their Irish counterparts on the grayest ocean imaginable. Great personal stories here, including the tale of Northern California's Dale Webster, who has never missed a day on the waves in 30 years. --Tom Keogh


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The Endless Summer

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They call it The Endless Summer the ultimate surfing adventure, crossing the glob in search of the perfect wave. From the uncharted waters of West Africa, to the shark-filled seas of Australia, to the tropical paradise of Tahiti and beyond, these California surfers accomplish in a few months what most people never do in a lifetime... They live their dream.

Director Bruce Brown creates a film so powerful it has become a timeless masterpiece that continues to capture the imagination of every new generation. When it first played in theaters, audiences lined up to see it again and again, spellbound by its thrilling excitement and awesome photography. But in fact, what's most compelling about the film is the sport of surfing itself, and once you've seen it, you ll never forget why.


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Riding Giants (Special Edition)

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From acclaimed director Stacy Peralta comes Riding Giants, the story of big wave surfing. Breakingthe mold of traditional documentary filmmaking, Riding Giants uses its dynamic, cross-generational approach to profile the lives and times of the intrepid surfers who over the decades have dedicated themselves to finding and successfully challenging the biggest waves on earth. We meet Greg Noll, the pioneer, whose relentless push into Hawaii's big surf in the late 1950s earned him the nickname "The Bull." There's Jeff Clark, Northern California's lone frontiersman, who, after discovering the massive waves of Maverick's near San Francisco, rode there alone for over a decade. And finally Hawaii's Laird Hamilton, the prototypical "extreme" surfer, a rare breed of athlete/innovator considered as the best big wave rider who ever waxed a board. Through a fast-paced combination of mediums that include classic archival photography, spectacular movie footage - both current and vintage - and co

Riding Giants is more than another blissfulsurfing movie. It's an outstanding documentary about one era in American alternative lifestyles, when surfing was well-suited to a radical culture of social dropouts. Using an amazing array of amateur film clips, shot for the most part in Hawaii and California from the late 1950s and early '60s, director Stacy Peralta traces the rise of surfing's appeal to young men looking to test themselves in an unorthodox (and sexy) milieu--of "living life to the fullest," as former surfer-turned-screenwriter John Milius (Big Wednesday) puts it at one point. Lengthy chapters on the glories of Oahu's Makaha and the "superstition and dread" that accompanied the big-wave challenge of Waimea Bay are riveting and sometimes heroic, particularly told through the memories of surf legend Greg Noll. Great material, too, about the deadly wonders of surfing Mavericks, California, where the rocks will get one if the violent tides don't. --Tom Keogh

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Jack Johnson - September Sessions

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In late September 1999, six-time world surfing champion Kelly Slater brought his buddy Jack Johnson along for a getaway to the islands off Sumatra to document the greatest crew of surfers ever assembled for a surfing retreat. But when the world's greates


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Thicker Than Water

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Thicker Than Water is a collection of images and memories that started with the first time we stood on the deck of a surfboard and ends with an eighteen-month journey through the North Atlantic, South Pacific and the Bay of Bengal. Soundtrack includes 3


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Super Slide: Beyond the Glide

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Super Slide is about the history and resurgence of classic surfing. World Champion Joel Tudor leads the charge with solid surfing backup from fellow Californians. "Super Slide" takes you to the hottest locations and traces the revival of classic longboarding around the Pacific while going back through the generations with amazing archival footage and the real-life stories of those whose surfing inspired the resurgence.

A revival movement to recapture some of the greatest moves of surfing's past is celebrated in this very professional look at how "long boards" have come back into fashion. In the late 1960s, classic surfboards were put aside in favor of the newer short boards that became the standard surfboards around the world. But now, as one contemporary surfing champion puts it in this documentary, "We're bringing it back to where it all left off... and it should never have left off in the first place." Mastery of the older, longer boards involved "walking the board," showing one's expertise by putting "your toes on the nose." The classic techniques, captured in vintage surfing movies shot in the early 1960s, are being reproduced by today's generation of surfers, and this film contains some beautiful footage showing how the older style boards are making a comeback. One segment puts a spotlight on women surfers who are mastering the long boards, and a trip to a surfing festival in Australia provides an opportunity for people to reminisce about the days in the 1950s when Californians first brought the classic surfboards down under and the revolutionized surfing on Australian beaches. Interviews with surfing champions of the past and present provide a comprehensive look at the fabled long boards, and extras on the DVD include a selection of music videos utilizing some of the striking footage used in the film. --Robert J. McNamara


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LIQUID THUNDER AT JAWS- Surfing Movie Lowest new price: $19.95
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"LIQUID THUNDER AT JAWS" - An award winning, Collector's DVD on the "Adrenalamaniacs" who tear up the faces of what has been called the most powerful, life-threatening wave on the planet.

Come face to face with these titanic waves as well as this elite breed of watermen as they take you behind the scenes, on a journey of a lifetime. Find out why they would risk their lives to ride this beast called "JAWS".

This SPECIAL EDITION DVD has it all... Breathtaking footage that has featured on shows around the world (National Geographic, Discovery, Time/ Life, Fox, TBN.... ) Big wipeouts and moments that will have you holding your breath, filmed from water, land and air - over 8 years in the making, with new digitally remastered footage of some of the greatest JAWS moments ever.

Extra Features: Garret McNamara feature - One of the biggest tube rides in history Kiteboarding Jaws Making Of Extreme Movies Wipeout interviews Plus lots more....

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Beyond The Surface Surfing DVD

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Set against the rich hues of India, Beyond The Surface follows Ishita Malaviya, India's first female pro surfer, and fellow wave riders Crystal Thornburg-Homcy, Liz Clark, Lauren Hill, Emi Koch, and Kate Baldwin. While on their trip through India, the women surfers and the folks they meet talk story related to surfing, yoga, and ecological awareness, resulting in mutual feelings of hope, a fuel for change, and the empowerment of women (yes!!). Highlighted by the undeniable power of surfing, Malaviya and her crew of talented women search for the perfect waves as they forge with the people of India an unshakable determination to make the world a better place. Filmed by award winning cinematographer, Dave Homcy, has captured this rare and inspiring endeavor with the goal of sharing these stories with the global surf community and beyond. Homcy is best know for critically acclaimed work in Sliding Liberia, Surfwise, A Broke Down Melody, El Mar Mi Alma, Come Hell or High Water, One Track Mind, Shelter, and Dear and Yonder.

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Billabong Odyssey

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Genre: Sports Highlights
Rating: NR
Release Date: 20-APR-2004
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In addition to boasting one of the most astonishing opening sequences in the history of extreme-sports filmmaking, Billabong Odyssey offers a breathtaking survey of big-wave surfing at a pivotal stage in its evolution. With the advent of Jet-Ski Waverunners used for "tow-in" access to gigantic waves that paddle-surfers could never reach, this three-year, globe-trotting quest for the world's biggest waves is nothing less than spectacular. As documentaries go it's a bit cruder than 2003's other surfing movie, Step Into Liquid, and many of the same world-class surfers appear in both films (including 49-year-old Ken Bradshaw, still going strong). But Billabong is unrivaled in its abundance of jaw-dropping footage--most of it shot from helicopters hovering in close proximity--showing the sheer, terrifying scale of breaking "tubes"--some reaching 100 feet--at the most challenging big-wave locations on the planet, including Maverick's at Santa Cruz, California; Cortes Bank off the Pacific Coast; "Cyclops" in Australia; Mundaka, Spain; and the treacherous "Jaws" reef on the coast of Maui, Hawaii.

While touching on various hot topics such as safety training, serious wipe-outs, swell-tracking technology, female surfers (like the great Layne Beachley), and hydrofoil surfboards (billed as "the future of the sport"), director Philip Boston applies a casual, competitive structure that's too diffuse and lightweight to have much impact. But when the film focuses on the climactic "Jaws" showdown between Carlos Burle and Mike Parsons, Billabong Odyssey achieves a state of raw power and spiritual intensity, culminating in Parsons' best-ever 10-point ride on a massive tube that constantly threatens to consume him. As dozens of adrenaline-junkie surfers strive for new horizons of unprecedented skill, Billabong Odyssey chronicles their efforts with amazing bird's-eye cinematography. For surfers and non-surfers alike, this movie must be seen to be believed. --Jeff Shannon


  • An extreme sports adventure! Top professional surfers scour the world's oceans to ride the biggest waves on the planet. Experience the thrills and spills of action-packed big wave surfing.Running Time: 92 min. Format: DVD MOVIE Genre: SPORTS/GAMES Rating: PG Age: 085393431921 UPC: 085393431921 Manufacturer No: 34319

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Slow Dance Surfing DVD by Marine Layer

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Slow Dance surf DVD is directed by surfer Dane Reynolds. The film takes a sharp look into the timeless style of Craig Anderson. A modern approach with hints to the past, Slow Dance follows Craig in and out of the water as he travels the world meeting up with heroes and friends in Australia, Chile, India, West Africa and Tahiti to name a few. Dane attempts to uncover Craig's view on style, but only vague answers emerge. However, it becomes apparent that whether Craig is riding a thruster, single fin or doing whatever style is a part of everything he does. Featuring Craig Anderson, Dane Reynolds, Matt Hoy, Rob Machado, Chippa Wilson, Dion Agius, Mark Occhilupo and Ozzie Wright

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