Bones Brigade: An Autobiography
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This is one of the best documentaries I've seen in a long time. Nostalgic, honest, and fascinating, the story takes you on a deep dive into the history of a very young American sport and the "boy scouts" who helped popularize it.
Some of the people being interviewed use some rough language - Tommy Guerro in particular. The rest of the Bones Brigade keeps it pretty clean, but there are some other characters that use colorful some language.January 17th, 2013 · Details2 Thanks ·
Way sweet movie that brought me right back to my High School days. I found it very inspiring and emotional. Be aware that some of the people being interviewed are prone to using some rough language. I still loved it.January 8th, 2013 · Details1 Thank ·
Stacy Peralta was one of the original Dogtown skaters and founder of the Bones Brigade. He has since become a film maker and does a great job re-capturing the 80's skate scene with interviews of his team members: Tony Hawk, Rodney Mullen, Lance Mountain, Steve Caballero, and others.
The film is very tame content-wise. Though there are a few curse words, there is no sensuality and no violence. The majority of the film consists of interview segments spliced with vintage skateboarding video. Anyone who is in any way interested in skateboarding or skateboarding history should watch this film.January 7th, 2013 · Details1 Thank ·