Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation | Release Date: August 17, 2005
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JohuaT.Oct 19, 2005
Supercross circut racing Finals riders and crowd at the Las Vegas THQ Championship became live "extras" for the night-event film conclusion. High-intensity lighting of the Vegas venue greatly added to the elaborate camera technique expressed Supercross circut racing Finals riders and crowd at the Las Vegas THQ Championship became live "extras" for the night-event film conclusion. High-intensity lighting of the Vegas venue greatly added to the elaborate camera technique expressed by the experienced Stunt Director Steve Boyum. Vivid sharp-focused film and emphatic sound is edited IMAX style. The last twenty minutes of "Supercross, The Movie" are spectacular on the theater screen. Collapse
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JayR.Aug 31, 2005
Supercross as an extreme sports movie should be rated with its peers not "Gone With the Wind" I found it depicted "kids" dialogue, lifestyle and racing acurately, was exiting and entertaining.
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NealM.Sep 26, 2005
"Supercross" spectacular racing photography, best during the Las Vegas THQ AMA Championship, makes the film worth seeing. Bright Vegas stadium lights allowed the cameras (including an over-the-stadium cable system) to stop way down and put "Supercross" spectacular racing photography, best during the Las Vegas THQ AMA Championship, makes the film worth seeing. Bright Vegas stadium lights allowed the cameras (including an over-the-stadium cable system) to stop way down and put crystal-clear images on film. Editing added to the extreme. "Supercross" would play best in the theater due to the graphic and solid-clean speedway cinematography near the movie conclusion. A re-edit would improve the beginning of "Supercross." Some scenes that were taken out of the film's beginning were missed, and several that were included lacked film charm. Actors are mostly young and feature talented "unknowns" who may be about to become famous. Ryan Locke and Sophia Bush present solid performances. Supercross racers David Pingree and Tyler Evans show easy acting style. A simple back-in-time romance and a brotherly sub-plot are all the storyline "Supercross" has to offer. The main draw is the richly edited cycle racing film. Expand
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