- Actors: Patrick O'Connell, Robert 'Wingnut' Weaver, Robert August, T.J. Barron, Jeff Booth
- Directors: Bruce Brown
- Writers: Bruce Brown, Dana Brown
- Producers: Carey Michaels Keeney, Dana Brown, Michael Harpster, Roger Riddell, Ron Moler
- Format: PAL, Colour, Full Screen
- Language: English
- Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
- Aspect Ratio: 4:3 - 1.33:1
- Number of discs: 1
- Classification: U
- Studio: Eiv
- DVD Release Date: 17 Dec. 2001
- Run Time: 106 minutes
- Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
- ASIN: B00005U1ZD
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 40,139 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)
The Endless Summer 2 [DVD]
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From the gigantic surf off Oahu's North Shore to a man-made surfing park in Texas, they're in search of the ultimate wave. Californians, Robert Weaver and Patrick O'Connell are chasing the sun around the globe as they journey on a non-stop surfing adventure.
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This sequel is a classic that can be enjoyed by both surfers and non-surfers alike as all the locations are stunningly shot. There is not only great surfing action but also amusing land-based action. On one occasion whilst the 2 stars are on Safari in South Africa they have a close scrape with a pack of wild lions who decide they would like a ride in there Buggy.
Pat O'Connell and Longboarder 'Wing Nut' meet some of the top Surfers from the pro circuit as well as Robert August and Nat Young from the original. The Surfing footage with the Pro's shows 2 styles of surfing. This creates a great balance for the viewer who knows and enjoys his surfing techniques. The Endless Summer 2 shows and proves that surfing is a love to young and old around the globe.
this time round, surfers, 'wignut' the longboarder, and pat the shortboarder, decided to follow the original film and chase the summer round the world looking for perfect waves. they travel to more and different places and catch some awesome, perfectly formed waves with bruce brown giving the same style of humorous commentary
highlights for me are an amazing wipeout section, pat getting his best ever wave every time and one of wignut's waves where he loses his board due to riding leash-less, so he body-surfs in on a wave, grabs his board whilst still on the wave and stands on it. pretty amazing you may say, but what's even more amazing is that his board is actually upside down with his fin up in the air!! must be seen to be believed.
there are many other excellent moments on this film, and like the original, this film too is a must for all surfers. although its already been 12 years since this film was made, time will prove it to last as long as the original.
We see surfing from around the world. Some of the craziness that revolves around trying to get to locations. Some fantastic breaks, great surfing and some of histories finest surfers from the '50's to the '90's.
It's not a film with a plot etc, more a staged documentary but it just works and even if you're not into surfing, there's so much else to see, it's worth it as a globe trotting documentary.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great surfing footage spoilt by the attempt at humour which did not work for me.iPublished 14 months ago by Mr Viewer
A true classic, I bought it to replace my old VHS tape, great quality & delivered quickly.Published 21 months ago by John W.
My boys 2 and 4 are big fans, as well as my husband who this was actually for :)Published on 29 Sept. 2014 by Loz
This is a revise of the original Endless summer where a group of surfers go around the world in search of great waves.Published on 30 May 2014 by Mr. G. P. Barnett
Watched the original in 1968 and bought the DVD to watch it again. Bought the sequel, which was only availabe from the USA, but it will not run on UK equipment. Read morePublished on 13 Nov. 2013 by Colin Kendall-Torry
Love this film. Had not seen it in a while, but one of my favourite movies. Accessible enough for non-surfers to enjoy tooPublished on 17 May 2013 by Felix W Maddison
This movie is a tonic if not quite as good as the original. It still makes u want to pack ur bags and go travelling!!Published on 18 Oct. 2011 by Claire