The Blizzard of Aahhh's (1988)
"The Blizzard of Aahhh's" is a ski movie directed by Greg Stump that is considered a classic in the genre. The film features some of the best skiers of the time, including Glen Plake and Scot Schmidt, and is known for its innovative camera work and editing.
One of the iconic moments in the movie is when Plake skis down a steep slope while wearing a mohawk and a brightly colored outfit. The scene has become a symbol of 1980s ski culture and is still referenced today in pop culture.
Hot Dog... The Movie (1984)
"Hot Dog... The Movie" is a comedy movie that follows a group of young skiers as they compete in a freestyle skiing competition. The movie is known for its over-the-top skiing stunts and cheesy humor.
One of the best moments in the movie is when the character Sunny (played by Patrick Houser) performs a backflip on skis while holding a beer in his hand. The scene has become a classic example of 1980s ski culture and is still referenced in movies, and T.V. shows today.
Aspen Extreme (1993)
"Aspen Extreme" is a movie that follows two friends as they move to Aspen, Colorado, to pursue their dream of becoming professional skiers. The movie features some breathtaking ski scenes and is known for portraying the ski town lifestyle.
One of the most iconic moments in the movie is when the two main characters, T.J. and Dexter, ski down a steep and dangerous slope called "The Suicide Chute." The scene is both thrilling and nerve-wracking, and has become a classic example of extreme skiing in pop culture.
Out Cold (2001)
"Out Cold" is a comedy movie that follows a group of snowboarders trying to save their local ski resort from being taken over by a wealthy businessman. The movie is known for its outrageous humor and over-the-top snowboarding stunts.
One of the most iconic moments in the movie is when the character Anthony (played by Flex Alexander) snowboards down a mountain while dressed in a gorilla suit. The scene is hilarious and impressive and has become a classic example of snowboarding culture in pop culture.
The Art of Flight (2011)
"The Art of Flight" is a documentary movie that follows a group of snowboarders traveling around the world in search of the perfect snowboarding experience. The movie is known for its stunning cinematography and incredible snowboarding stunts.
One of the most iconic moments in the movie is when the snowboarder Travis Rice performs a breathtaking jump off a cliff while snowboarding down a mountain. The scene is both beautiful and terrifying and has become a classic example of extreme snowboarding in pop culture.
Cool Runnings (1993)
"Cool Runnings" is a comedy movie that follows a Jamaican bobsled team as they compete in the Winter Olympics. The movie is based on a true story and is known for its inspirational message and heartwarming humor.
One of the most iconic moments in the movie is when the bobsled team crashes during a practice run and has to carry their sled across the finish line. The scene is hilarious and inspiring, and has become a classic example of underdog sports stories in pop culture.