Attack of La NinaHD Closed Captioning SDH
Steve Winter, Murray Wais & Scott Gaffney
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About the Movie
MSP’s latest triumph, “Attack of La Niña,” chronicles the deepest North American winter in recent history. This new film follows in the footsteps of “The Way I See It,” MSP’s 2010 release and the most decorated ski movie of all time. “Attack of La Niña” showcases the talents of today’s best skiers in a journey through the snowiest winter of their lives. This action-packed film – captured using the most state of the art camera equipment available – demonstrates the limit of what is possible in modern freeskiing. Featuring super steep descents, unbelievably deep powder, and giant airs, “Attack of La Niña” will transport you to Colorado, Alaska, British Columbia, Washington, California, and many other world-class destinations. *** INCLUDING THE EXCLUSIVE SEAN PETTIT BONUS PART! ***
Attack of La Nina
I'd been checking iTunes every day for 3 weeks before this finally dropped. It was well worth the wait. Ski movie of the year for sure.
By far the best skiing film I've seen this far. A lot of cliff drops, epic powder lines and some amazing park riding to give you the best of everything. Great soundtrack and lots of humor. Well done folks
I was a little disappointed
I've been anxiously waiting for the arrival of this film on iTunes (given that I'm in Southern California and we rarely get tour stops here) and I have to say, I was a little disappointed after how good last years was. Last year's "The Way I See It" was phenomenal, and one of my favorite ski films of all time. I think one of the things that made it so good was the soundtrack, almost every song that was in the film I loved, but with Attack of La Nina, there was only 1 or 2 songs that I liked. I definitely believe music is a huge part of any movie, but especially ski movies. And the story was a bit lacking also. With the title Attack of La Nina, and the promotion of it based around how epic last years storms were, there ended up being no real story about it at all. Also, many of the locations in this film were the same in last years film, such as Meadows Lodge. While they are awesome locations, it seems like it'd be nice to see new places too.
Anyway, despite all my complaints, I always enjoy watching ski movies and I still love MSP and very much look forward to next years film!