Skyliners: I Believe I can Fly

"You're about to jump off of a perfectly good tightrope, Johnny. How do you feel about that?"

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4 Responses:

  1. 205guy says:

    Tight-rope was cool, so were the accents. But the subtitling was messed up for the key message. Where he talked about a free man being someone "who tries to make his dreams come true," the guy actually said "who attempts what he want to accomplish." Was this edited by Disney or what?

    For wingsuit proximity flying, I like (but not for the music).

  2. Preston says:

    Is there really a difference between the statements, "who tries to make his dreams come true" and "who attempts what he wants to accomplish?" The point is the same, that it's someone who chases after their goals.

  3. Patrick Yeon says:

    Oh hey, maybe you'd like to hear about Sketchy Andy? and there was a magnificient bio on him in the 2011 Reel Rock Tour that had me worried I was going to watch a man push himself to far and die before the segment was over :/

  4. Richard says:

    There's a ton of jumping off perfectly good cliffs wearing a wingsuit pr0n out there.
    "Speed flying" is another rewarding search term.

    I'm a total sucker for (watching, vicariously) this stuff. With the soundtrack off as a rule. DOOOOOOD!

    DOOODs with Go-Pros doing dudely stuff: can't ... stop ... watching. Parkour! BMX! Surfing! Xtreme pogo! Xtreme third world urban downhill cycling. Base jumping! Four word vocabularies! Sweet!

    I have no idea if this is relevant to your interest, but "Danny MacAskill" is compelling.

    And this I'd pay to see in a cinema (but missed, as usual)