Aspen Extreme

December 3, 2013 - Comment

In this heart-pounding action-adventure, two buddies abandon their blue-collar world to become ski instructors in Aspen, Colorado. There, they discover the electrifying playground of the rich and famous — experiencing firsthand extreme skiing, wealth, and seduction. Surrounded by temptation, and Aspen’s alluring lifestyle, the two friends soon face the toughest challenge of their lives …

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In this heart-pounding action-adventure, two buddies abandon their blue-collar world to become ski instructors in Aspen, Colorado. There, they discover the electrifying playground of the rich and famous — experiencing firsthand extreme skiing, wealth, and seduction. Surrounded by temptation, and Aspen’s alluring lifestyle, the two friends soon face the toughest challenge of their lives …

Uncut, HD film transfer delivers a stunning presentation in theatrical aspect ratio First time released on Blu-Ray Great comedy-drama film with thrilling stunts and beautiful cinematography available in high-definition!

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John Weaver "alcatraz254" says:

Aspen Extreme….Life Unforgiving “Dexter Rutecki lived a life that was short and funny and sad and hard and good. Most of the time it was good. It was good the day he died. The snow was deep and pure white. The sun high and cold. He was my best friend.”This film, while some will cry “Predictable”, is entirely watchable and utterly enjoyable, almost to the point of sin. Granted, it’s not “Chicago”, “Phantom of the Opera” (2004 version), “Dances with Wolves”, or “Titanic”. However, it is certainly not cutting room floor crap either, and WAY better than “Hot Dog” because it doesn’t rely on nudity to sell the story. Come to think of it, that’s probably why the film wasn’t a smash at the box office. YES! That’s it! I’m sure of it! No nudity, that remains this film’s fatal fault for the vast majority of America.As for me, this film deals with far more human issues than simply throwing the odd breast on the screen to drawn in crowds. No, this film deals with two friends desire to attain…

Aquadude says:

Blu-ray – better than expected This will be a short review – chances are, if you’re reading this, you’re already a fan of the movie and looking to see how the blu ray release turned out. I won’t review the movie itself other than to say I liked it quite a bit – enough to buy the DVD a few years ago only to be extremely disappointed in the picture and audio quality (likewise with the other Mill Creek disc I purchased, “Indian Summer”). Thankfully, those issues have all been fixed and the blu-ray is a fine release – mind you, this isn’t a reference quality disc and there are no extras what-so-ever (the menu consists of ‘Play’ and ‘Scenes’). But the picture is finally presented in ‘anamorphic’ widescreen – which was all I was really hoping for to begin with. In fact, the picture is more vibrant than I expected – I’m fairly certain there wasn’t any sort of restoration done, but it looks pretty darn good nonetheless. The other nice surprise is the DTS-HD Master soundtrack – again, not reference, but it sounds quite…

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