In "Surf Crazy," Bruce Brown takes a group of surfers exploring deep into unsurfed Mexico, shows some vintage California surfing and then goes on to the mammoth waves of Hawaii. Features one of the biggest waves ever ridden at Waimea Bay.
The "Fellini of Foam's" fifth and last film before "The Endless Summer," "Water Logged" is made up of highlights from Bruce Brown's four previous films: "Slippery When Wet," "Surf Crazy," "... See full summary »
This film from the Bruce Brown Collection explores the trials and tribulations of the barefoot adventurers from the Wedge to Waimea, Honolulu to Huntington, Santa Cruz to Kaui. This film ... See full summary »
Surfers Henry Ford, Freddy Pfhaler, Kemp Aaberg, Del Cannon, and Dick Thomas decide to leave California so they can embark on a dream trip to Hawaii. While in Hawaii the carefree quintet ... See full summary »
Surfing in Afghanistan is about a disillusioned American Marine and an Afghan National soldier who go AWOL and trek a across war-torn Afghanistan in a Volkswagen bus to go surfing a thousand miles away along the Pakistani coastline.
Any surfing movie by Bruce Brown beats going to the dentist by a big margin, or for that matter watching most anything offered on tv. This one is certainly entertaining but a step behind the Endless Summers and Barefoot Adventure. Second part, which includes the group's discovery of the Pipeline in Hawaii, is better than the first part, although the first part features a hilarious hook-up between surfers and a real 15 foot shark. As with anything but the Endless Summers, buy the video if you wanna watch 'cause you won't see this on TBS any time this century.
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