Anthill Films' unReal Video - Review

Nov 23, 2015
by Scott Secco  


The Collective. Roam. Seasons. As an avid mountain biker and aspiring filmmaker, these were the movies that introduced me to the sport and proved that videos of people riding bikes could be an art form. These movies were equal parts surf film attitude, documentary storytelling, and shred porn stoke, and for me they captured the soul of the sport better than anything else out there. It's hard to remember now, but Pinkbike didn't have video until 2007. For many viewers, New World Disorder, the Kranked series, Earthed, and especially The Collective's movies were the only way to access mountain bike videos - they simply did not exist online - and you had to hope for a tour stop in your hometown, or actually buy a physical copy to see the movie (or 'borrow' a friend's copy on VHS or DVD). unReal is Anthill's third feature and most of the crew's sixth film. How does it stack up with some of the most iconic movies of the past decade?

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I think that the best reviews bridge the gap between summary and analysis. In the case of unReal, however, to fully describe the movie is to ruin the magic. Suffice to say, the trailers and behind the scenes articles for the movie haven't spoiled much (except for a certain humungous front flip): unReal is the best and most ambitious movie that Anthill has ever made. Part of that comes from the Ants' partnership with Teton Gravity Research (TGR), a major production company in the ski and snowboard world. TGR executive produced the movie and lent the Ants a bunch of very expensive camera gear to help them capture some seemingly impossible imagery. This is Anthill's movie, however, and their signature style is stamped on every frame. Unlike past films which favoured the classic docu/shred format (rider narration and then action), unReal favours a more story-based approach: think of it as ''Office Space with David Attenborough narrating meets a mountain bike movie in which anything is possible.''

Photo by Harookz

unReal features incredible riding from the usual suspects: Brandon Semenuk, Brett Rheeder, Cam McCaul, Graham Agassiz, Steve Smith, and Thomas Vanderham, as well as clips with Brook Macdonald, Finn Iles, Ian Morrison, James Doerfling, and Matty Miles. For me, the breakout star of the film is Tom van Steenbergen. van Steenbergen's 60-foot front flip stands as one of the most impressive things ever done on a mountain bike and fits in well amongst a vast array of technical tricks alongside Cam McCaul at Turtle Ranch. Tom gets a second segment on his trail bike and it includes some of the most stunning cable cam work I've seen anywhere - plus one of the most dangerous riding partners you could ever ask for. The Whistler segment is surreal and has the kind of 'good vibes' feel that will inspire countless daydreams of bike park laps with friends. Brandon Semenuk's segment is now up online for your viewing pleasure and, in my opinion, stands as one of the greatest video parts in action sport's history. When the credits rolled I was disappointed, I wanted to spend more time in the unReal world, savouring some truly creative riding and filmmaking. Anthill's latest movie is an escapist mountain bike film which will have you leaving work early in search of singletrack, away from the mundanities of the 'real' world. It stands comfortably amongst the Collective's filmography and should rank as a true bike movie classic.

Pemberton Ice cap British Columbia in July 2014. Sterling Lorence Photo.


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101 Comments

  • + 142
 After watching this movie I was inspired to move from my farm in Iowa to Colorado so I can pursue my passion, mountain biking. That's how good this movie is.
  • + 186
 I was inspired to go ask my dad if we can move to bc for the 17th time
  • + 1
 Props. I'm tempted to do the same.
  • + 7
 Only the 17th time swampy. It has to be in the thousands for me.
  • + 10
 I was inspired to become a hand model...it didn't work out but really this movie was spot on. Crazy riding, awesome music and incredible filming
  • + 6
 I thought the bear was CGI.
  • + 1
 I was inspired to re-research emigrating to Canada, then the visa system reminded me why I haven't emigrated yet That aside though, it' a fantastic film, and a great one to show to people who don't ride to demonstrate how exciting mountain biking is.
  • + 27
 I thought Semenuk was CGI
  • + 3
 @swampy, you've moved to BC seventeen times, impressive. *ba-dum-tshh*
  • + 3
 RHEEDER GOT ROBBED he could have had a way longer segment with more riding
  • + 3
 He was gonna be in the Wyoming segment but he got trampled by a horse right?
  • + 4
 after watching the movie, i was remebered that i'm living on the 3rd world, and bikeparks and top tier bikes are a dream far away =(
  • + 7
 unReal is Oscar material.
  • + 2
 Unreal is marketing for Trek.
  • + 2
 @ MikeyJay - There should be visa free movement of US, UK, AU, NZ, and CA citizens between their respective countries.
  • + 1
 I can do U.S. and Aus. Dual citizen.
  • + 1
 @bholton I agree entirely, but unfortunately it's not the case. And from my research and talking to relevant people Canada seems to be oversubscribed at the moment so I can't even join a waiting list so to speak.
There is actually a petition going round regarding a free movement between commonwealth countries with about 104,000 signatures at the moment
  • + 1
 I thought you could already have a working holiday in other commonwealth countries with out a work visa. I know my mum did when she went to South Africa. That was a long time ago though.
  • + 1
 @choppertank3e you can do although in the case of some places such as Canada they have a limited quantity of working holiday visas available, which tend to go very quickly.
  • + 28
 Awesome film. I love how Anthill never forgets that we're riding bicycles here, not solving world hunger . They never take themselves too serious, but also never slip into silliness. It all adds up to a very cool final product. The Wyoming, Semenuk, and brown pow segments are some of the most creative and impressive ever. The glacier segment seems like it didn't lead to quite as much radness as they would've hoped (but full marks for thinking outside the box), and I thought the Kamloops racer segment on the off camber dusty trails turned out to be pretty boring compared to everything else, (despite their mind blowing speed) but the best segments are just so good that it's probably hard for anything else to measure up. Kudos to the creators and the riders. True professionals all around.
  • + 1
 I found the high-speed drift segment interesting to watch (and slightly boring) as well. In fact it reminded me of Steve Smith's other movie segments and I think it's a real testament to his and Brook's skill that the segment appeared so "boring".

Only freaks can make those speeds appear slow on camera haha. It strikes me as an interesting problem for filmmakers - when it comes to showcasing riders who are more about riding pinned, or powerfully (ie. most of those from racing backgrounds - Steve and Brook the perfect examples) than riding with particularly creative style or technical tricking you are left with a dilemma - here's someone whose skill and experience takes a lot of the drama out of riding at speeds which would be, for nearly anyone else, at the limit.

Yet I do recall older films showing Nico V smashy smashing his way down rocky European alpine trails - and it looked FAST, and dramatic. So there must be a way!
  • + 19
 I honestly found it short and not exciting.
Great shots, animals and scenery....but I personally do not look for these things in a bike movie. And even though it was short, it got me bored.
Maybe I am to old and was raised on NWD, but I want to see people push boundaries... You do it either NWD way or Where the trail ends way.

The one thing that makes me ride after that movie is "still young" by cat empire.
  • + 12
 Same thing here. Of course it's beautiful, well filmed and the music is quite cool. But usually when I watch a bike movie, I want to get out and ride right after it. It was not the case here. Plus is it me or are most of the sections entirely in slow-mo?
I'm not saying the movie is bad. It's actually interesting that they managed to make something different. In the end I think they made a movie with some biking, not a bike movie.
Van Steenberger's (sorry for the spelling) section is the only one that got me stoked. Because I could transpose myself I guess (well with a bit of imagination...)?
  • + 5
 That was my thought as well . Definitely a nice movie , but something missed ... The emotion wasn't quite there .
  • + 9
 A few months ago there was an article about their cool slow mo camera in the run up to the movie, I made a comment saying something along the lines of "Man, I am not that excited about this movie, I am worried there is going to be way too much slow mo." Which was obviously downvoted to oblivion. It is kind of a shame that they let their "Oh man this camera is amazing." sense get ahead of their "Lets make an awesome movie." sense in a few of the scenes. Overall I would say it was definitely worth a watch but I was bored to tears with slow motion by the end of the intro, never mind the end of the movie. I would love to see a 15 minute re-cut in real time.
  • + 5
 can't agree more, I've seen the best parts online before the movie was released (trailers like semenuk one shot and ground snow) and when they launched full version at PB I was quite bored.
  • + 1
 Everyone's entitled to their opinion, of course, and that's what this board is for, but I am totally surprised by your comments. This movie (in my opinion) was done absolutely right. Not flawless, but done absolutely right. You have spectacular riding (that Semenuk section was soooo smooth) and a really creative and interesting concept(s). I suppose if you walk into a movie with narrow expectations, then you'll usually be disappointed. But that's kinda like tasting chocolate ice cream and going, "ya, it's ice cream, I guess. But it ain't Vanilla. It's too brown, too cocoa-y. I was bored"
  • + 4
 I had a bunch of friends over to watch, and it was OK, but didn't really get me stoked to go ride. I think that's a really important thing for a bike movie to do and for that to be missing, guh. I then went and watched this, and the stoke level was super high! www.vitalmtb.com/videos/features/Vital-RAW-Eddie-Masters-Reece-Potter-Skyline-MTB-Park-Madness,28279/sspomer,2 We need more movies like this!
  • + 2
 Too slow motion!
  • + 2
 Yo, I understand this new film direction started by "life cycles". It's super technical from film/cinematography standpoint - lightning, slow-mo, focus on butterflies and spiderwebs.... But t just rapes your eyes with "epic" rainbow that distracts you from riding. I remember NWD/Kranked area when everything was like "stick that line/ trick up your arse everybody" which was cool. It made me break my arms jumping sh%$¥. Then it was the Collective (+Roam and Seasons) and finally Where the trail ends that were "lifestyle/friendship/adventure in your face". I started booking flights for myself and my homies after that. And now there are movies like that.... "Look at my new camera Mom! I will show off to my friends puking Instagram rainbow on guys riding bikes"...: not for me.... Makes me switch to the Kardashians ;]
  • + 4
 Except that life cycle is a work of art.
  • + 2
 I've watched life cycles lots (own), and look forward to watching it again. It's a great blend of cool cinema tricks and awesome riding. Unreal had some good stuff, but others not so much (also owned). When you take talents like Smith (crazy fast) and McDonald (Insane style) and put them in a wide open field? Fail, and a boring one at that.
  • - 1
 Tom's front flip didn't push boundaries??
  • + 3
 @rrolly movie was done absolutely right, but I can compare it to Top Gear aventador test, they said that the car is so perfect that it is boring. It drives well, it looks perfect, but it is not trying to kill you so whole lambo spirit is missing. In my opinion we have the same story here.
  • + 16
 Tom's "Fear Less" segment was hands down the most amazing riding of the film. I think we can all see ourselves rippin' through one of the many rad trails in Squamish (not at Tom's pace mind you...). In short, it's relevant and relatable. And, not to mention he was killin' it... Tom Van is the future of our sport! Cheers Tom!!
  • + 2
 After watching this movie, Tom VS went straight into my top 5..
  • + 9
 I thought this movie kinda sucked and here's why. 1. Holy slowmo, it's pretty awesome but when 85% of the clips are slowmo it get rather boring. I kept saying to myself "Come on anthill this can't be your first video using a red" the entire time. 2. Corny b roll, let's make Mtb look less like a yuppy sap sucker sport and show its true reality of an action sport, intros don't have to be so complicated and cheesy. 3. Social media exposed the best parts before the actual video came out. So the reasons of going to watch the video dropped considerable.

The culmination of these 3 factors ruined it for me, and that's just my opinion. Sorry to anyone that thought it was the greatest.
  • + 5
 to me, it was a very well made film - but way too "thin". It just needs more riding - and even then, it was a tad short. Which is interesting, considering that we are now accustomed to 5-minute "edits"... But there is something special to a well made full-length movie...
  • + 5
 Its a great film but I'm not wild about the scene intro's. The message is good though and the music and riding of the highest order. Every time I watch it I enjoy the riding scenes more.
  • + 6
 Life cycles was the beginning of the end for MTB movies, Rankin needs to come back and show them how it's done! Far too many slow mo's and arty shots these days
  • + 1
 Word....
  • + 7
 The horse scene was one of the coolest ever for a mountain bike flick, let alone any movie! Awesome!
  • + 1
 I thought they were trying to have a horse brake a leg so they could euthanize shoot it for ratings.
  • + 8
 This and Where The Trail Ends are the two best for me
  • + 5
 Pretty par for the course by todays ski/bike standards, still cant hold a candle to Rankin following the World Cup. Raw speed in your face, those were the days.
  • + 2
 Was great. Brandon's scene was incredibly realized, and I watch it more than the rest of the movie.

I suppose it's a more "story-orientated" film, (Seems similar to Life Cycles), but it doesn't break the mold of the Warren Miller shred fests. Not that its a bad thing, but I wonder if anyone will ever break that mold...
  • + 3
 i have a conspiracy that the bear in this movie is the bear in life behind bars and that the bear is stalking all mountain bikers and steal all their best parts on the bike to make the sickest bike ever.
  • + 2
 Weighing in just in case some filmmakers (current or future) want a different point of view on how my friends and I relate to bike movies, and our consequent shared opinion of this film (and it's individual segments).

We are all very passionate riders, riding 4-6 times a week, year round as long as there's not too much snow on the ground. We MUCH prefer segments we can relate to. I'll illustrate my point by describing 3 different segments in decreasing order of my own personal watching enjoyment (an opinion shared by my riding buddies):

1. TVS' trail segment - by far the highlight of the film for me. I would describe the experience of watching this segment as almost mental masturbation, it's bike porn for real! I'm a Squamish local and these are some of my favourite trails. I can rip these trails, but nothing like TVS can. But when I'm daydreaming about riding my bike, that's how I ride them. Watching his trail segment was literally like watching my own daydreams in real life, and that, to me, was absolutely exhilarating. I get to watch someone riding a trail I know and love the way I imagine myself riding it. The way I will spend years working up to riding it.

2. Semanuk's one-take segment - mindblowing for it's technical virtuosity (and the dedication and commitment needed to pull something like that off in one-take), aesthetically beautiful, yet only partially relatable. I can relate with the work that would've gone into building something like that, and the associated excitement when it came time to ride it. I can relate to the fear and thrill of a fast jump line. I can't relate to throwing any kind of trick though - and for that reason I'm more impressed than I am exhilarated. It's less visceral for me, doesn't make the hairs on my neck stand quite so straight like TVS' segment does.

3. Aggy and crew ripping the glacier - I would've been very happy if this wasn't included in the movie.

To be honest I haven't watched a bike movie I disliked more than Where the Trail Ends. It just seems gimmicky to me - similar to the later NWD and Kranked movies, and SO many uninspired ski movies where the unifying theme seems to be: "we're running out of fresh ideas, lets film the same shots we always do, but film them somewhere NO-ONE HAS EVER SKIED BEFORE!" I just can't relate. At all. When I watch Doerfling shredding some glacial till hoodoo ridge all my brain is saying is "nope nope nope". Not only is it unimpressive to me, it's also not appealing. Not to take anything away from these athletes, I believe the big mountain guys, slopestyle guys, and racers are all equally important in progressing the sport and equally amazing in their athleticism. I just have zero desire to get on one of those big Utah-style lines and consequently zero desire to watch someone else do it.

I think this issue of relatability may be partially responsible for the dearth of "raw" edits, 1:1 speed edits, etc. But lets not confuse the issue. I love raw edits. And I also love highly cinematic, chopped up, slow-mo'ed, music-accompanied edits too (when tasteful). I just love watching someone absolutely DESTROYING a trail that looks fun to ride. Something I can imagine myself riding. But being ridden in a way I'd be lucky to ever achieve. Now that gives me an adrenaline rush, and it makes me want to go grab my bike and ride. And that's what these movies are about right? They are certainly art, that I cannot argue, but they are also a "pump up jam" if you will for those who are passionate about the sport. Let's not forget that.

Now that I've nearly written an essay I'll get off the soapbox but leave one final comment: I bought UnReal on iTunes, I paid to see the premier in Whistler, and I would do both of those things again tomorrow. So it's definitely worth buying this movie.
  • + 1
 To me this video encapsulates all that is today's mountain biking scene...your requisite big air tricks peppered with pump track flow, some epic, scene stealing panoramic views with jaw dropping descents (on snow!!), some down and dirty BC trail shredding, and the magical dreamscape that a herd of wild mustangs can induce....I loved this video! Keep it up Anthill, and if there were any out there who went out immediately and rode with the images burned in your brain...shred my brothers and sisters, shred hard!
  • + 1
 I loved it; particularly that it seeks to make explicit what riding is for me. I get that it's not the same for everyone (just reading through these comments), though similar to Life Cycles, which is also an exploration of a larger conversation than just gnar-shred-metal. And, it's a film I can show to non-riders to give them a window into our world; hopefully it'll be a little part of them seeking out their place in the unReal world. Finally, I spent a fair bit of time at Highland this season; there wasn't a day that the crew there didn't have unReal queued up in the lodge...
  • + 1
 The trailer was enough for me to wait and buy the movie on BluRay, which I did...and I am not the kind of person who ever buys movies. But I thought it would be good to support Anthill and the whole MTB movie biz in general. I really like the outside the box production that went into this (from what I have read online so far).

I resisted watching the whole movie online when it was released a few weeks ago for 1 day. I am holding off until the time is right for me to pop in the BluRay and watch it on the big screen with the volume pumped. It has been an exercise in restraint, I dont want to watch it until I know I wont be interrupted, and I can give it my full attention. However with small kids and two jobs, that time is hard to come by. Hopefully soon, perhaps after some turkey and gravy.
I have never done this for any other movie in my life. So yeah, IT BETTER BE GOOD!!

I think the whole MTB community owes Anthill and all those involved in making the film a HUGE Thank You! They could have made a film about surfing (blah!) but they chose to showcase world class athletes doing amazing and creative things on the machines we all love. Cheers!
  • + 1
 bro make some time!!! i grew up on then nwd series and this got me just as pumped to go and shred all the things as those.
  • + 1
 Bro, come to my house and you will see why.....
  • + 2
 I agree with a lot of the folks on here, it was great riding but not enough, too many artsy nature scenes. I'd rather have more riding and less artsy, IMHO. More filler, less fluff.
  • + 1
 I went to a summer camp called SGC in whistler and saw it with some of the people in it before it came out. I thought i was doing pretty good on the mountain, this movie made me want to be able to get as good as them, if thats even possible. BEST MOVIE EVER. I have watched it 4 times already and plan to watch it more.
  • + 1
 I think watching it on my iphone at work on a night shift with repeated pauses during the free day perhaps somewhat reduced my awe of it.
That said I am a scenery lover. One of the best vids I have watched is Thats It Thats All by Anthill and RedBull. Im not a snowboarder but that is amazing.
Strength in Numbers was also very good. Its not always about going as big as possible as far away as possible.
I shall reserve judgement until its on the 42" in HD with a beer and some Kettle chips!
  • + 1
 i didn't like it, except filmig, semenuk's segment and intro. 1. little less conversation little more action please 2. not wise enough comparing to lifecycles 3. not entertaining enough comparing to not bad- best work by anthills so far 4. not enough well filmed and edited comparing to arrival 5. i don't like horses, soorry i just don't 6. snow segmentcould had been waaaaaayyy better, huge dissapointment 7. in terms of riding- rad company was wayyyy more stunning 8. brown pow- interesting idea, huge effort, but special effects like that are weird and not necessary 9. rival sons from howard's edit in kamloops segment- just weak as a huge fan of anthills i was wastly dissapointed, i watched it twice and have absolutly no need to watch it again.
  • + 3
 I can't argue with no.5
  • + 2
 There are millions (probably) of edits of just riding. They're great, but not everyone can put together a slick story like Anthill did. This movie is fantastic for bikers and non-bikers. I took my 12 year old son who is just getting into the sport and he loved it.
  • + 5
 ok then, if your 12 year old loved it must be really good
  • + 1
 I for one loved it. I watched it repeatedly while deployed and it gets me stoked every time.

And this is coming from a huge NWD fan, someone who started riding when NWD1 hit the screens. But... That sort of ragged "just huck it" movie is dead. I miss them too... But the new generation of riders are much more polished and focused... It almost looks too easy now,which is where I think all of these "boring" comments are coming from.

I think it was a great film and I hope to see more like it in the future.
  • + 1
 I love it. Not so much the first time I saw it, but it grows on you. The mind twist of what the true unreal world is, grows on you as well.
Best part is, my two year old son loves it even more than his parents do. As he wakes up in the morning there are three things he begs is for (in that order)

Porridge for breakfast
Watch Unreal
Ride his bike

Amy movie able to add just an additional fragment of inspiration, adventure, joy, and shred into your two year old, is well worth the buy ;-)
  • + 4
 Roam and The Tipping Point still the best for me. Thought Unreal was WAY better than strength in numbers though
  • + 1
 I bought this movie when it came out, and the riding is amazing..... But for some reason I can't watch it over and over, I think I have watched it maybe three times. I kind of feel like I'm over the whole narrative style videos.
  • + 3
 To be honest I dont' like it as the most of people. There were some new things, but after watching the trailer I was expecting something more.
  • + 0
 I'm sorry, but what are you guys talking about?!?! This was one of the worst mountain bike movies I've seen in awhile. They somehow made incredible riding scenes boring. Half of Semenuk's segment was him getting out of his truck and walking to the top of a hill. Then some other guys rode down a fireroad. I'm sure it was impressive and crazy, but they didn't capture that at all. You can't impress people with how fast people are going when the whole segment is in SLOW MOTION! There was absolutely no backstory to explain any of the scenes, it felt like watching 5 completely unrelated web-edits back to back. The only highlight of the movie for me was the Whistler brown pow segment, that was hilarious.
  • + 1
 One of the worst? Really?
  • + 3
 Longest Trek commercial I have ever seen! Great riding, good visuals, decent soundtrack, I'd watch it again.
  • + 3
 I enjoyed this movie much more after I editted out all the ridiculous and idiotic intros/interludes.
  • + 1
 need to see the film, but what's with the Philadelphia skyline at the beginning of the trailer? then it quickly goes to Vancouver?
  • + 1
 That was awesome words aren't enough to explain I really wish I was up in the interior of bc rn instead of Van island I really wanna go ride now !!!!
  • + 1
 It was awesome! Can't go wrong. Would have liked to see a bit more dj/slope riding but it was still a great film in my eyes.
  • + 2
 I'll give them an A for effort but unfortunately it lacked so many things.... Semenuk's part was awesome though
  • + 2
 Anthill films has amazing cinematography! I really like this one. My favorite is still Follow Me.
  • + 1
 Just bought the movie this evening. Can't wait to watch it! Watched the making of Semenuk's section earlier...wow, incredible!
  • + 20
 You will soon find out that it's about 3 days too short.
  • + 2
 Is it available to by from anywhere else other than that i-thingy ? ... if not I'll buy a few beers instead
  • + 2
 Amazon have it to buy or rent
  • + 2
 You can buy and download from Vimeo.
  • + 2
 I ordered the DVD + blu-ray on the pinkbike shop.
  • + 1
 Loved this movie. Found it to be so inspiring to go out and build and ride and repeat! Hopefully many more films like this one come out so we can keep the stoke high!
  • + 2
 I liked so much, I founded a church called MTB Worshippers!!! I am the preacher and I need your money! Sign up please!!!
  • + 1
 I love this movie as much as all the Anthill movies! Thanks Anthill crew and everyone who helped you to make this happen.
  • + 1
 Great Movie, even better point of view! DVD on shelf next to ARRIVAL, in rotation!
  • + 0
 Haha there actually needs to be a review of this film? I thought everyone knew it was incredible ready...
  • + 0
 Great film and perfect words @scottsecco, but a tough choice between this and Builder for mtb film of the year!
  • + 2
 Thanks @WanderingWheels! It was an awesome year for movies with unReal, Revel in the Chaos, Ashes to Agassiz, and Reach For the Sky. Good to see people are still interested in watching projects longer than three minutes.
  • - 2
 "Filmography"?, I think the word you are looking for is cinematography. Heres filmography:
film·og·ra·phy
filˈmäɡrəfē/
noun
a list of films by one director or actor, or on one subject.
  • + 13
 You just showed that I used the word correctly haha.

''It stands comfortably amongst the Collective's filmography...'' The Collective's filmography would be a list of their previous work: The Collective, Roam, and Seasons. These are all films by one group on one subject.
  • + 4
 @scottsecco Oops, my bad, I thought you were comparing it visually to The Collective. lol
  • + 1
 It was fukin' awesome! That's all you need to know.
  • + 1
 By far the best movie I've watched in a very long time.
  • - 2
 Why make ''Office Space with David Attenborough narrating meets a mountain bike movie in which anything is possible'' when you could just make a mountain bike movie in which anything is possible?
  • + 1
 And what's the song ??
  • + 1
 Un real review ????????
  • + 0
 Thought it was a Disney flick... Huh...
  • + 1
 it is amazing
  • + 1
 This shit is dopppeeee
  • + 1
 Amen brothers!
  • - 1
 So it's worth buying then

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