Dude, find 36 minutes today and sit down and watch this full screen with a beer and enjoy. 20 years ago, Anthem was the Art Of Flight to the snowboard world. Not because of double corks and helicopters though but because it was all the most progressive kids in snowboarding doing their thing in the same place everyone else was doing their thing, just radder. No super booter snowboard parks, just hit lines and natural features all over the hill that the kids that were pioneering a lifestyle (snowboarding is a lifestyle, not a sport) were destroying. Yea, you'll get thru the first three parts and say "wtf, 3 pro's and the most they spin is a 540 all hula hoop?" I know 12 year olds are stacking harder footy that this these days, but that's not the point. These dudes were the ones that pioneered this shit. They had no one to look to for inspiration but themselves. Stevie Alters boardslide down that wooded double kink handrail is so sick. Todd Richards whole part is insane too. Think about that for inspiration. That dude was 20 years old back then and argueably in his hey day and now at 40 he would make himself look like a fool snowboarding against himself. Yea, wine gets finer over time. And that animated part 10 min in? "Dude...did you see me? What up brah?" Man...that was repeated daily in the shop by all of us over and over. Why? There was no over saturation of shred media so we had to buy the movies if we wanted to see what the progression was of the lifestyle that we were all trying to live. How sick would it be to have Anthem 2 filmed today? Same style natural hits, logs, stumps and jumps but with todays kids getting after it? Anyway, enough nostalgia happy anniversary Anthem. Thanks.