Its successor Stack Footy may be better known in the UK but it was this movie that really launched the Think Thank dudes on the global stage. Sean Genovese’s crew based their movies on a fairly simple premise – don’t worry about the massive kickers or the mental new tricks, just concentrate on making snowboarding look fun. No-one epitomised this approach better than a certain Scott Stevens.
Although he can hit big old street rails (check the pitch-perfect front board at 4.01) and is comfortable on powder kickers (2.37), it his penchant for mini-shred, piss-about, stuff, his creative eye for spots and his innovative approach to tricks that has made Scott famous. And this part has all of that in spades.
Check the skate-movie style line 0.55 (which was definitely not as common in 2007 as it is now), the one-footed tail-press at 2.01 or the frankly insane hippy jump while scrambling over the top of the climbing frame at 3.00. No wonder Capita signed him from Academy the year after this came out!