Originally posted by mutt_pinoy:Top notch editing job on the video. I gotta give the man his props.
Originally posted by elhebrewhammer:While I actually completely agree with you on that, I look at this video as more of a storytelling thing than highlight footage. The highlight footage while necessary for the story, isn't the central point of the video itself. Therefore I like the music in this video because of it.
However, I do agree, normally, I very much prefer the same thing you do as well.
EDIT: I might have picked different music, but that's only preference, not because of what is stated above. Either way, overall, I liked the music.
Originally posted by Fricker:See post above yours
Originally posted by NickSh49:
Originally posted by Garcia:According to some dudes on facebook....
One of the people from the 49ers group there tweeted a link to the video to Alex Smith's Wife.
and apparently now Alex has seen it.
Originally posted by Fricker:Great Video... i think all the music fit perfectly personally.. Because when you had the hip hop in there it showed all the D plays when they were dancing around and doing the dougie so no other music would have worked there.
My only question is how can this be really coined an Alex Smith Documentary.. There was more D and Special teams plays than plays alex made.. And how come he didnt use any video from the NFC championship game.. I would have loved to see the Alex relapse. Ok ill stop but great video overall.
Relapse? You do remember who was starting at wide receiver, don't you? They couldn't get open to save their lives. Frank Gore also disappeared in the 2nd half, most likely because he was gassed or injured. Relapse my diarrhea crusted ass.