New York Post

By Lou Lumenick
What makes Storm Surfers 3-D mesmerizing is jaw-dropping footage shot inside brute waves that’s unlike any I’ve ever seen before.
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San Francisco Chronicle

The development of the GoPro camera has revolutionized extreme sports photography, but even so, the 3-D images of extreme surfing in Storm Surfers 3D feel groundbreaking.
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Los Angeles Times

By Amy Nicholson
Justin McMillan and Christopher Nelius' rah-rah documentary is most alive when it unearths old '80s footage of the friends partying it up with blond groupies — talk about thrilling curves.
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The New York Times

By Daniel M. Gold
The vistas are spectacular, the waves fearsome, the filming often amazing.
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The Globe and Mail (Toronto)

By Liam Lacey
A bit thin on plot, but an unequivocal technical tour de force.
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New York Daily News

By Elizabeth Weitzman
The real star, though, is the ocean itself, which is so stunning in its furious majesty that we fully understand every risk they’re willing to take. Finally, a 3-D ticket worth paying for.
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Village Voice

By Zachary Wigon
The stunning visuals captivate for much of the picture, but as the novelty wears off, and the beauty turns from stunning to repetitive, the non-surfers in the theater may begin to grow restless.
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63 out of 100
Generally favorable reviews
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