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Sidewayz has gone through countless hours of footage, both old and new, to bring you the most comprehensive wakeboarding movie to date. This film takes you back through the life of Scott Byerly and friends and how he became the most influential rider in the history of wakeboarding. Retrospect will show you the true roots of the sport and those who helped to shape and mold wakeboarding and wakeskating into the culture as we know it today.
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best wake video i have ever seen!!! its cool to see how riders like byerly and others started the sport and are still ripping it today!!alot of the riding in this video proves u can still tear up the lake without a top of the line boat or board,,very inspireable!!
it was ok, there was to much talking and i had to turn the volume way up to hear what some of them were saying then when the riding section came on the sound was blairing in my room. the riding was great although some of the songs were kinda lame and i didnt care for. also its a little long, first time i watched it i kinda got bored with it and turned it off half way through. i guess this kind of movie is for people that have been around since the beginning of wakeboarding but for me it just wasnt what i expected.
best video to date!
best video ever!
SIMPLY AWSOME. it has a little bit of everything; riding, history, interviews, jokes, humor, suspense, and tons of variety in every aspect, including riders, riding, editing styles, music,... EXCELENT! best vid yet.
Reviewer: pj gorath
I though the video was great, it had guys from the old school who showed how it all started, and it also had guys from the newschool, like the Pointless posse, and guys like t. horrell
Reviewer: D B L
The Best video i have ever seen. Shows how far the sport of wakeboarding has truly came. Also has all the best riders. Scotts the man. Check the video out.
Bad editing, boring music, and poor treatment of stock footage. There was so much slow motion footage and melodramatic piano music by the end of this I thought that Byerly was dead and this was a tribute to him. This video falls flat as a history lesson. The are obviously just rehashing the fottage from old FLF movies that they just got the rights to. Most of the old footage was bleached out or turned black and white for some reason (an attempt at being artsy?), it just makes it harder to watch. Lots of confusing things in this video too, a quick tribute to Corey Kraut in the middle, did Byerly even know him? We dont know only one of the old Double up riders talks about him. There is some good footage but overall its a mess, worth a look but the music and excessive stock footage make repeated viewing unlikely.
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