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Jawbreaker #2


Warped Sportz has released JB#2, the second installment of the Jawbreaker Video Series.

Jawbreaker is an extreme sports lifestyle series.  The overall feel is similar to some of the current skate videos on the market today.

The tape starts out with Rocky Cagnoni of Avalanche and Dan Napoli of Warped Sportz introducing the show as hosts.  They appear throughout the program performing interviews and just hanging out with paintball people.  The opening scene sets the mood with two cameras moving around the hosts aíla the good old days of MTV Sports, and kicking in and out of a black and white film look.  

The 80 minute video is packed with music from a variety of alternative bands, many of which set the backdrop for highlights from the PSP Las Vegas tournament, NPPL/PSP Chicago Open, and 7 Man World Cup in Toulouse, France from 2002.  The game footage is crisp and clean with good camera work, and the on screen graphics are sharp and readable.  The video doesnít really follow the tournaments trying to show a full game as most do.  Instead it is set to music with just some of the better highlights from the event.  

Dan talks with Rocky about the Rocky Cagnoni Signature Series Angel IR3, and the two of them spend a day with Matty Marshall from the Ironmen, talking about paintball at a beachside café, and touring his apartment.  They also tour the inner workings of P8NT magazine, an apartment in downtown Chicago where being on staff isnít just a job, itís a whole lifestyle.

Dan gets some time back stage at the International Amateur Open 2002 Rock Show, talking with the band Midtown, and highlights of their performance, as well as that of the band Mest.  The tape goes cross-sport with some demo skating by the Immortal amateur skate team., and jumps back into more paintball action.

The entire tape runs 80 minutes and its laid back style and commentary are a refreshing change from what is usually seen in tournament paintball videos.


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