This TV series is about one group of outrageous friends performing mind blowing stunts. See full summary » Because too much is never enough!
Much like Jackass, you will think: "Why would they do that? The complete cast and crew of Jackass 3D return with an all-new UNRATED movie.
The film was written, directed, and produced by Travis himself, with the help of his friends and the Nitro crew.
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Some are truly death-defying (leaping from a plane with no parachute), while others are just silly (rolling off a ramp on a wheeled office chair) -- but most end in spills and crashes.
The group's surprisingly low injury rate is a testament to their skills, not a sign that kids will be fine if they follow suit. Pastrana's home, which includes a huge waterslide and several big ramps, fosters a frat-house-like environment in which the gang spends all their time cooking up one outrageous feat after another.
This involves one going down a large ramp, with a heavy slope and and ever-increasing velocity, to hit another ramp, fly off, and then attempt to land in a hole in an inflatable ball.
If the person misses the whole, they will likely hit the ball and bounce off on to hard dirt and risk injury. I was entertained by that sequence more-so than others.
Nitro Circus: The Movie will likely live on in the hearts of X-Games enthusiasts, who the film is directly geared for, and has likely be evaporated from the minds of the general public since it ended its small theatrical run.
The show offers little explanation or commentary -- just shot after shot of young men (and they're almost all men) flying over ramps, shooting down precarious water slides, flipping their motorcycles, and doing any other crazy tricks they can come up with.
The group's surprisingly low injury rate is a testament to their skills, not a sign that kids will be fine if they follow suit.
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See full summary » A show that follows Bam Margera (of Jackass and CKY fame) in his attempts to anger his parents.
I've always managed to find something more interesting and substantial on TV when the X-Games are playing, yet always admire the drive and the heart of the young men that put their life on the line to pull off gravity-defying tricks on a bike.