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The Tomatometer is 59% or lower.
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The action starts out in Alaska, with footage of borderline-insane skiers leaping out of a helicopter with their skis on to speed down an uninhabited mountain's perfectly vertical slopes. From there, it's on to hanging out with famous professional skiers in resorts such Vail, Crystal Mountain, Lake Tahoe, and Breckinridge. International slopes are featured at well, with treks to Ecuador, Austria and France. Plus, there's a side trip to Wisconsin, where two teens have created their own gigantic ski resort on their grandparents' farm. In between these segments, we get a look at Miller's personal history, and some of his favorite moments from past films.