Real Roll Forever Special 3rd Edition Video Review
Posted on Wednesday, September 28, 2005 by ATMurrell
Real Roll Forever Special 3rd EditionWords by ATMurrell
The vid starts off with Keith Hufnagel, who has the ollie on lock. One of his sponsors should hold a contest to see how many consecutive ollies he has in his next video part. He also does a nose manual on this long brick rainbow thing...crazy.
Peter Ramondetta comes next, with a sick part. The opening 50/50 was huge and the ender kickflip in ATL was insane! He also skates to a killer Turbo Negro song. Do not skip over him.
Nick Dom Pierre follows and has one of the best tre flips I have ever seen. The 360 flip down D7 in NYC was sick and the fs feebs on the square, white rail was pretty cool. Turn him pro already!
Speaking of going pro, “am for life” Damian Bravo comes next, with a rather short part. He has nice style and does this insanely long switch fs flip manual.
After Bravo was the severely disappointing JT Aultz. I really liked his part in DESTROY EVERYTHING NOW, but this is just leftover footage from that. He even reused some 88 footage for his part. It’s not worth watching - just go get 88’s flick for his part.
Next is Max Schaaf, who brings some awesome tranny stuff into his part. A little short, but perfect for watching right before you go to the mini-ramp or bowl. I though it was funny that in one of his lines he skated in this BMX bowl (you could tell from the graffiti). The fs lip around the corner at Burnside was pretty tight, too.
Ernie Torres follows, with a kick-ass debut part. Some may argue it to be the best part in the video. He comes incredibly close killing his ankle by landing primo on this heel flip down a big seven. Check the ender nosegrind and fs flip!
After Ernie comes Darrell Stanton. I don’t know of a person who looks like he was made to ride a board as much as Darrell does...rubbery smoothness in every trick. I liked the massive switch heel out to the street. Darrell also won the ‘trick of the video award,’ with the nollie bs noseblunt down Clipper.
With having said all of that, all of the other parts are just warm-ups to Dennis Busenitz’s high speed murder of the hills of San Francisco. Dennis makes skateboarding more fun for many people, including me. That ending line was sick, and the bs nose blunt on the SF hips was very proper. And to think all of this is just a preview!
Anyways, some of the bonus features include voiceovers, the Real UK Tour, a slideshow, and the old Real video, Seeing Double. So, basically, just buy this video - it’s only $1.99!