Poor Boyz Productions The Grand Bizarre Ski DVD

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Poor Boyz Productions The Grand Bizarre Ski DVD 2012: Step on up to the circus that is Poor Boyz Productions The Grand Bizarre. Ring masters Tyler Hamley and Cody Carter take you for a ride showcasing some of the best riders in freeskiing. There’s no cage with dirt bikes rolling around in them, but you get Simon Dumont pushing the limits in a massive custom cubed pipe. Later, you can walk out to the carnival rides and get on Charley Ager’s tilt-a-whirl and spin it to win it in NW backcountry. No scary clowns included.

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Bobby Brown, LJ Strenio, Oskari Raitanen, Nick Martini, Dan Tudor, Simon Dumont, Sammy Carlson, Charley Ager, Leigh Powis, Riley Leboe, Josh Stack, Bene Mayr, Tim Durtschi, Mike Henituk, Clayton Vila, Matt Walker, Cam Riley


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September 26th 2011



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  • Entertaining
  • High Production Value


  • Not Too Original

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    Comments about Poor Boyz Productions The Grand Bizarre Ski DVD:

    Not really much of anything in here as far as plots go. No trips, just straight athlete segments, banger as they are. The progression is mesmerizing. There is so much of it within this group of athletes that you almost loose the wow factor of the insanity going down, because they are all right on the top, pushing park and freeskiing to the limit. With that being said, the tricks and images are all so good that it hardly leaves anything overly memorable in the movie, maybe because of the way that it was edited.

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