Two performers take center stage, David 'C-Diddy' Jung and Dan 'Bjorn Turoques' Crane. It starts with the East Coast championship at The Pussycat Club in New York City. It was an event whose turnout surprised promoters as they had turn away hundreds having quickly reached capacity. This results in C-Diddy coming out on top, followed closely by Bjorn. The journey then moves to the West Coast where they send their best against C-Diddy, with yet another win by C-Diddy. The trip ultimately leads to Finland, where... nope, not gonna say. I will, however, say that there was actually a little bit of genuine excitement built up during the entire Finland sequence.
This look inside the world of air guitar is supremely silly — despite those who claim that it is performance art or some such nonsense. Sure, those involved take it seriously, and I am sure that if I were a competitor, I would take it seriously as well.
All things told, this is fun. That is what Air Guitar Nation boils down to. Watching the competitors throw down on stage is like watching a train wreck, you just cannot look away. I dare you to watch this and not be entertained.
Audio/Video:. The tech aspects of the disk are pretty good. Obviously, they do not match up with the latest Hollywood blockbuster, but that isn't what we are looking for. The footage is clear, the audio is clear, and there are no artifacts or digital defects.
Extras: The original trailer and 37 minutes of deleted scenes make up the bonus materials. The deleted scenes amount to performances and profiles of a number of non-featured players. They are fun to watch, but would have only served as padding in the feature proper.
Bottom line: Fun, that's what this is. I also learned that I would not want to be in the competition. Not necessarily worth adding to your collection, but a rental would definitely be in line.