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USA Road Trip Movie Trailer ooAmerica

A first version of the USA Road Trip movie trailer for ooAmerica and the documentary of the road-trip. It is indeed set to Survivor’s Eye of the Tiger, the music of the movie Rocky. In the next weeks, I’ll post a few preview pics of the large ooamerica photos before, maybe, hitting the road again…

110 Responses

  1. pia & fam says:

    we didn’t recognize you with long hair!
    fantastic trailer…looking forward to the documentary

    • ooa rev says:

      hello and thanks, best wishes for 2012, documentary ideas are still in their early stages but I’m hoping they will pick up in the next months, suggestions are welcome and feel free to share with friends, thanks for following.

  2. Johnsen says:

    Reblogged this on johnnyjohnsen.com and commented:
    A first version of the movie trailer for a potential documentary of the road-trip. It is indeed set to Survivor’s Eye of the Tiger, the music of the movie Rocky. In the next weeks, I’ll post a few preview pics of the large ooamerica photos before, maybe, hitting the road again…

  3. Langda says:

    What a great great trip ! The documentary really seems nice.
    At 2:10, are there a lot of highway stations like this one in USA ? Cause I my girlfriend & I ate in a station looking exactly the same way one day during our road-trip. We there burnt some strange american camping gaz stove…

    • ooa revo says:

      Thanks, the documentary is on its way and I’m planning on a second trip and more content soon. The shot you’re referring to is a highway rest area, and they do all look pretty similar. Sounds like you have some interesting travel stories?

  4. redcactus says:

    Thanks for following! I am genuinely flattered that you find my blog interesting after such a cool journey 🙂

  5. Great trailer! Signed up to follow you. Looking forward to reading your updates.

  6. Loved the trailer! Hope you finished the film. I would absolutely go and see it.

  7. Laura says:

    This is fantastic!
    IT’s definitely something that everyone should do once in their lives!

  8. LediaR says:

    BTW, nice video. It had great images, great people and great energy. A full-tilt winner if ever I saw one.

  9. Love the Eye of The Tiger as well as your footage. Nice images and good luck on your adventure!

  10. Really enjoyed the trailer.. Looking forward to more!

  11. Shan says:

    Wow… this rocks! I SO want to travel like this one day. Amazing 🙂

  12. Cool trailer, looked like a great experience.

  13. Great movie. Looking forward to seeing your other journeys.

  14. Have a wonderful adventure and thanks for following my blog!

  15. The trailer is awesome, nicely done! The “Eye of a Tiger” was a nice touch too:-)

  16. Your trailer’s great, I’d love to see the documentary when it’s done.

    • ooa revo says:

      Thanks. Planning a second trip to see some of the other states, meet more people and get pictures and footage, so you’ll be able to follow the documentary clips as they are gathered.

  17. Very good. Great idea. Would love to see your documentary, too. Best of luck with your work. Sincerely, Connie Webb PS Only suggestion: Keep it real. 🙂

  18. I love it! I can’t wait to see the finished product.

  19. Fantomette says:

    promising, good fictional mounting of the real life, love it, like all others before btw!

    • ooa revo says:

      Hi Fantomette, thanks for your comments. Like your blog ‘character’. Hope you’ll enjoy the rest of the road, and that you’ll get out there some time.

  20. Good choice of song; I’ve done some editing professionally, and that’s one of the toughest choices. As for your route, I’m from Savannah, GA and you didn’t go far enough into the great Peach State. Just sayin’. :p

  21. Nice Work. Looks like a fascinating portrait of America, I’d be keen to see the finished film

  22. Cool! I love documentaries, have made a few mini ones myself. I like how you interspersed the haircut throughout. Good luck with it.

  23. Enjoy the journey and keep on learning about the small world we live on and more importantly learn about yourself.
    Eric M. Poders, The North Shore Voice & Fellow World Traveller 1995-2000

  24. kap10bob says:

    Thank you for following my blog. You have an awesome site! I’ll certainly find some inspirations from your posts. Cheers!

  25. love this awesome and inspiring post–thanks for the visit! looking forward to more posts 🙂

  26. ManicDdaily says:

    Wonderful clips of the people speaking especially.

  27. stormcakes says:

    This is incredible. I’ve always wanted to road trip around America (I live in N.Z) so its great watching your journey.
    I love the interviews in this clip. Little insights into people lives. Gorgeous.

  28. Thank you for liking my blog and for following.
    Truly grateful.
    Peace and love,

  29. bahafis says:

    Love the concept of your documentary, especially the authentic characters – can’t wait to see full feature.

    ~And thanks for following me.

  30. What a great project and trailer! I will definitely be checking in on your adventure. Thanks for following my blog.


  31. Hi, thanks for stopping by my blog and for the follow! Ah, this brings back memories of a cross-country trip from 15 years ago already…we almost traveled the same route(s) you took. Such wonderful memories of the Badlands, Grand Canyon, other natural wonders and the towns/cities we visited. Though now I imagine it must be so much different capturing it all on digital camera/video. Would love to see more of your travels to see what has changed in these places and what hasn’t. That rest stop shot brought back memories already, lol. Just followed you, best of luck on the documentary!

  32. Will be definitely keeping an eye on you. Thanks for following my blog!

  33. denisehowe says:

    Truly inspiring! I want to travel again now, and tape everything and talk to everyone….as the old saying goes “everybody has a story.”

    You made me smile!

  34. Noel says:

    Interesting movie. I have also thought of traveling one day like this. Thanks for visiting my blog.

  35. I used to travel about … don’t we live in a beatiful country? … YES … I think we do!!!

  36. Awesome, great trailer and thanks for finding/following me. I’m looking forward to the followups and the documentary. I will have to share your blog with some of my road warrior friends. Thanks again.

  37. Hi! Thank you for stopping by my blog. Your documentary is very fresh and unique. I was excited to see that you journeyed to Detroit, as I am a Michigan native! I’ll stay tuned for the adventure. 🙂

  38. O M G!!! YOU ARE TOO COOL. Can I be you when I grow up?

  39. GREAT VIDEO! Now I feel the need for travel.

  40. This is too cool! Tell me if you stop in Michigan!

  41. The trailer was genuinely cool! I love to travel and do it as often as possible. Great project!

  42. Hey mate. Great trailer for your upcoming film. When can we expect a special screening to blog buds? Love roadtrip documentaries. Love the characters you meet a long the way. You might see me in the US one day.

    • ooa revo says:

      Thanks! Wouldn’t want to give any misleading release dates, but will be updating regularly and sharing the movie as it is made during part 2, very soon! Do hope to see in the US. 🙂

  43. Tara B. says:

    Looks like SO much fun! Enjoy your travels!

  44. garison33 says:

    Loved the trailer, man. Can’t wait to see the full-length film. Godspeed!

  45. I absolutely love this trailer. The sound, sights and human perspective is just awesome. Did you have one main question you asked these people?

    Also, what type of video camera did you use?

    Thanks for stopping by my blog and subscribing. Already yours looks so exciting!

    Bella Remy

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