The Silver Surf is the most iconic surfing movie of all time, and while it is certainly the most well known, there are a number of other films that share that distinction, from The Rock to Sharknado 3.
Now, we have some interesting data that may shed some light on why the name “Silver Surfer” is being used.
As you can see from the graph below, the most popular films from 2001 to 2014 (shown below), have the word “surf” in their titles.
That is a very interesting finding, because it suggests that films that are less well known than The Silver Surf are often considered less worthy of a “Surf” title.
So, if The Silver Swag is being released with a different name to The Silver Wave, is this a result of marketing by The Silver Surge?
If so, why?
The answer is likely no, as the film does not appear to have received any marketing push.
However, if you look at the top 10 films in the chart, you will see that The Silver Beach is the only film that has a Surfer name on its title.
So, the film may have received a marketing push because of its association with surfing, but the name itself has not changed.
The Surfer title is used in the film’s promotional materials, with posters that are seen on film posters.
These posters have been widely circulated on social media and the internet, and can be seen below.
If you are a fan of surfing, you can’t help but think that it’s a very strong marketing tag, and the movie’s name has been used widely in promotional materials and film posters for years.
The Silver Shower and Silver Surfing are just two of the films in that category.
So the question remains: Why is the Silver Wave so well known?
While the name may not have changed in the past, did the film really deserve a Surf title?