The Kill Four (1999)

NR 1 hour   Shortboarding
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Ratboy, no longer an unknown wave rider, is now one of the most sought-after surfers in the world.

Ratboy, Tom Curren, Cory Lopez

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Synopsis From Josh Pomer, the award winning director of The Westsides comes The Kill Four. Director Pomer was in a groove. Traveling the world, (including Tahiti for the first time!), hanging out with friends, and making Kill movies.

Ratboy, no longer an unknown wave rider, is now one of the most sought-after surfers in the world. Airs are standard and the crew that Pomer helped break out are more famous, with thicker wallets, than ever before. They are living their dreams. The surfing is still sick, but its not groundbreaking, as the sport has begun a plateau that will not be broken until the emergence of Dane Reynolds several years later. The surfing in this video is fun to watch established surfers in their groove, doing what they do best in a relaxed and comfortable manner.

The Ratboy section of course. Carves, 360 airs, etc. The Tom Curren section because no other movies have footage of Tom Curren in California. Dave Post surfing in Mexico. Chris Ward and Cory Lopez at their height of skills. And the wipeout section is enough to make you cringe.

The Irons Brothers are now a full force in surfing. Andy and Bruce surfing in Tahiti is beautiful and elegant in the face of sheer terror. Bruce has the style and moves of a surfing legend while Andy cements his tube riding skills, proving that he too will soon become a legend.Originally released in 2001.
Genres Shortboarding, Strictly Surf Action & Music
Athletes Ratboy, Tom Curren, Cory Lopez, Andy Irons, Bruce Irons, Chris Ward, Josh Bradbury, Kelly Slater, Andy Irons, Bruce Irons, Taylor Knox, Timmy Curran
Director Josh Pomer
Writer Josh Pomer
Studio Josh Pomer Films
Rating not rated
Running Time 1 hour  
Audio Language English | Stereo
Download Resolution SD | 848x480 (863.24 MB)
Streaming Resolution SD | 848x480
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