If ever a documentary needed its "no special effects" disclaimer, it's Dana Brown's scattershot look at surf culture worldwide. Brown captures spectacular physical feats, like a boarder skimming the inner curve of a 60-foot wall of water, so flat-out unbelievable that you can't help but think they must be CGI effects. But as in the equally mind-boggling, though entirely different, WINGED MIGRATION (2001), everything is real. Writer, producer, director and gee-whiz narrator Brown is the son of director Bruce Brown, whose groundbreaking ENDLESS SUMMER (1966) helped redefine surf culture for landlubbers raised on Hollywood's giggly sex-and-surf movies. Where Bruce revea...