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How did Gleaming The Cube get a skateboard to break a pane of glass?

AV Club - Oct 9, 2017
One of the cooler stunts in the 1989 skateboarding movie Gleaming The Cube happens at the climax of the film, when Brian, played by tousle-haired Christian Slater, crashes through a glass window in a misguided attempt at heroics. In the video above ...

Looking Back on How Bad a Movie “Gleaming the Cube” Was

TVOvermind - Jul 16, 2017
Gleaming the Cube is all about pushing limits and redefining who you are in the wake of such an act. Unfortunately the film, released in 1989, did not receive the kind of mainstream attention it was going for. It was however popular with the ...

Who's a Hero? Who's a Villain? It's Anyone's Guess in This Fall's Best YA Fantasy

New York Times - Nov 9, 2017
It's “Gleaming the Cube” meets “Strange Days” meets “Blade Runner,” and it's a lot of fun. If the cliffhanger ending seems irksome, never fear, this one's a series opener. Photo. RENEGADES By Marissa Meyer 556 pp. Feiwel and Friends. $19.99. (Ages 12 ...

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Christian Slater and Tony Hawk discuss Gleaming the Cube - Dissent

Tony Hawk's Dissent TV is an interview series hosted by legendary skateboarder, Tony Hawk. Viewers are given a \

Gleaming the Cube [re-edit] skate scenes only

The parts of the movie you shouldn't miss.

1989 - Gleaming The Cube - Opening Scene

Opening scene from the classic skate flick \

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Downhill skate from Gleaming the Cube.

Storage Wars: Gleaming the Cube | A&E

Jarrod and Brandi bring a bunch of skateboards to a skateboard shop for appraisal. They have found some great skateboards that were made in the 60s and 80s, but will they make alot of money...