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- John clayton
It's got a beat and you can dance to it.
"Authentic"? Not so much...
- Pam Miller
The problem real surfers have with major releases calling themselves "surf movies" is that there hasn't been one Hollywood picture yet made that has been true to that description. If a "real" surfer (Miki Dora) has to double for an actor, the picture is not an "authentic surf movie." And yeah, that goes for "Big Wednesday," too. An authentic surf movie is "Surfing Hollow Days" or "Litmus" or "Five Summer Stories." That doesn't mean it's not fun to watch and throw things at the screen. Sign me: Member of San Onofre Surfing Club.
We just returned from our honeymoon. Love the North shore. This movie is a keeping. True 60s surfing movie
Enjoyed watched the three gents.Thought it was better than any Beach Blanket movie.
Playing this evening,suppertime.
Barbara Eden good reason I'll watch this flick-maybe like other beach movies,but it depends on which actors appeal to me if I'll watch or not-love Ghost In The Invisible Bikini because of some if not all the actors making it a fun movie!
Ride The Wild Surf (1964)
- Bruce Reber
I've seen "Ride The Wild Surf" a couple of times. I think it's too much like the Gidget films and Frankie Avalon and Annette Funicello "Beach Blanket" films. If you want to see a real surfing film watch Bruce Brown's "Endless Summer", the greatest film on the subject ever made. Kawabunga!
Fun movie with beautiful people.