Shred (2008)





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Two washed-up snowboarders hatch an ingenious scheme to restore their reputations and get back on top of the snowboarding scene in this chilly comedy starring Tom Green and Dave England. Back in the 1990s, you couldn't pick up an extreme sports magazine without seeing glossy pictures of Max (England) and Eddie shredding it up on the snowy half-pipe. But these days things are different; a decade of reckless behavior has left them terminally hung over and hopelessly off-balance. Max and Eddie now work as lift operators at Stubby Peaks ski hill, and they hate their lives. Realizing that the only way to regain their status as kings of the hill is to take the top prize at the upcoming snowboarding event, the two longtime pals decide to form the ultimate snowboard team. But their old arch-nemesis Kingsley Brown (Green) is now the head of the National Snowboard Association, and he's seen the chaos these two boozy buddies are capable of causing. In order to keep Max and Eddie out of the sport for good, he blackballs their camp with all of his power. The big event is coming up fast, and if they don't form a team before it's too late, Max and Eddie might just miss their last shot at true redemption. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
R (for sexual content, nudity, pervasive language and some drug use.)
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Tom Green (III)
as Kingsley Brown
Carlo Marks
as Chris
Shane Meier
as Spinks
Kyle Labine
as Mikey
Pascale Hutton
as Danielle
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Audience Reviews for Shred

Not a fan of Tom Green, and not a fan of this movie. They tried so hard to be funny, and it truly failed. Upside is for guys there's a topless scene, so at least you get something out of this. I mean for low budget movies you need originality and eye popping moments, but they chose to do something that has happened before, over and over again. But I bet the actors had fun, but that's not what cinema is all about. It is the audience. Such a selfish movie.

Randy Pronk
Randy Pronk

Ya, we really need another snow movie of kids with serious mental problems trying to get a lodge or club going against opposition.

Charlie Goodrich
Charlie Goodrich

Worked on this one during summer of '07.

Wu Chouin
Wu Chouin

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