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Opinion: To Each His Own (2001)

Some groups of skaters are classified as teams. At Globe there are only riders. Riders who define skateboarding through their unique character and perspectives on their world. Opinion, skateboarding: to each his own.

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Some groups of skaters are classified as teams. At Globe there are only riders. Riders who define skateboarding through their unique character and perspectives on their world. Opinion, skateboarding: to each his own.

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30 October 2001 (USA)  »

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15 August 2003 | by (Somewhere, Earth) – See all my reviews

To the people that ever seen a skate movie: You ain't seen nothing yet.

To the people that have never seen a skate movie : Watch this. All you need.

The line up is: Chad Fernandez Danny Gonzalez Chet Thomas Matt Mumford Gershon Mosley Ben Pappas And the best for last: Rodney Mullen

When you start watching this video, you think: Pretty good. When you've seen 2 parts, you think: Damn, this is really good. And than comes Gershon Mosley (Doing a 360 flip on the flat like its as simple as an ollie) and you think: Oh my god, is the no gravity? Unbelievable. Then comes Matt Mumford doing all kinds of grinds on rails. But, then, when you think you've seen about everything, comes Rodney Mullen. WOW. I have never seen a man this good on a board. The game should be called: Rodney Mullen's pro skater. Rodney is the god of skateboarding. No Tony Hawk, RODNEY. After watching this part, you'll probably be out buying a skateboard, because this will blow you away.

10 out of 10, if you don't agree, watch this movie!!!!


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