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Yes, this is a raunchy snowboarding comedy starring Jackass's Dave England and wacky comedian Tom Green, you're probably thinking to yourself "oh boy, this is going to suck." Well I am here to say it's actually very funny, with the advantage of having some cool snowboarding sequences. This is one of these rare straight-to-video movies that if it came out in theaters, and you paid to see it on the big screen, it would still be worth your money. The movie follows Max (Dave England), a man who made it big in the snowboarding industry. He then thinks that all the partying is what got him on top. We then enter the evil Kingsley (Tom Green), the man who stole Max's fame from right under his nose. Now Max has to stop Kingsley from officially taking what is rightfully his. The movie has a ton of laughs, and some cool snowboarding tricks. The movie is surprisingly focused and straight even in its most indecent moments. The movie also has two well-acted, funny performances from its two main leads. For all my acclaim to it, all I have to say is it's not American Pie, but it's certainly worth a look.
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