Supercross: The Movie

Supercross: The Movie

Director: Steve Boyum Cast: Steve Howey, Mike Vogel, Cameron Richardson
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Supercross: The Movie

Two siblings find themselves competing on and off the racetrack in this action-packed drama. K.C. Carlyle (Steve Howey) and his kid brother, Trip (Mike Vogel), are both racers in the rough and tumble world of supercross, a revved-up variation on motocross racing in which specially modified motorcycle negotiate specially built dirt tracks that send riders through tricky twists and turns, over rough terrain, and off high-flying jumps. Both are talented racers, but K.C. has a wilder and more reckless approach, while Trip follows a more cautious path. A more profound difference between them arises when K.C. is offered a lucrative deal to ride for a factory-sponsored team; he takes the deal, and leaves his brother behind to race on his own dime. However, when an accident takes Trip out of the running on the supercross circuit, he and K.C. set aside their differences as Trip helps coach his older brother so he can succeed in his drive to the championship. Made with the cooperation of a leading supercross race promoter, Supercross: The Movie also stars Sophia Bush and Cameron Richardson as the brothers' love interests, and Robert Carradine as a determined race coach.

Product Details

Release Date: 05/05/2015
UPC: 0013132631523
Original Release: 2005
Rating: PG-13
Source: Starz / Anchor Bay
Time: 1:20:00
Sales rank: 27,055

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Steve Howey K.C. Carlyle
Mike Vogel Trip Carlyle
Cameron Richardson Piper Cole
Sophia Bush Zoe Lang
Aaron Carter Owen Cole
Channing Tatum Rowdy Sparks
Robert Patrick Earl Cole
Robert Carradine Clay Sparks
Carolina Garcia Starr
Ryan Locke Jeff Johnson
J.D. Pardo Chuy
David Castillo Jimmy Castillo
Erin Bates Herself
David Pingree Billy
Alana Austin Rider Girlfriend
Jamie Little Herself
Terry Boyd Himself
Richard Danielson Rowdy's Mechanic
Tyler Evans Himself
Rick Johnson Assistant
Erin Lear Hairstylist
Joey Bucarro Biker
Antonia Jones Nurse
Dan Gunther Dr. Simms
Adriana Bilan Bike Girl
Ricky Johnson Himself

Technical Credits
Steve Boyum Director
Michael Amato Co-producer
Steve Austin Producer
Bart Baker Original Story,Screenwriter
Keith Alan Bernstein Original Story
Max Biscoe Production Designer
Jonathan Bogner Executive Producer
David Borg Executive Producer
Marca Bucholz Associate Producer
Alan Cody Editor
Richard Gabai Executive Producer
J. Todd Harris Executive Producer
Brett Hedlund Editor
Janet Hirshenson Casting
Suzanne Holland Associate Producer
Jane Jenkins Casting
Jeffrey P. Kranzdorf Executive Producer
Michelle Lewitt Casting
Greg McDonald Executive Producer
Elaine Montalvo Costumes/Costume Designer
Louis J. Pearlman Executive Producer
Jasper Randall Score Composer
Craig Davis Roth Co-producer
Ken Solarz Screenwriter
Marc Toberoff Executive Producer
William Wages Cinematographer

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Supercross: The Movie 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
"Supercross" tracks new ground for this most-demanding competition sport. Stunt Director turned Director Steve Boyum lifts "Supercross" past the obscure small-time production and into the entertainment mainstream. Event camera work is from every angle and gets really excellent. While the action is performed with new or young non-actors, so this becomes "the look." Sophia Bush, Cameron Richardson, Carolina Garcia and many extras bring charm. Future accomplished Stars Ryan Locke and Channing Tatum energize their character within the limited plot development. Tyler Evans and others racers excel and bring a realness from their years in the circuit. This young crowd is all about "good times" to be lived to the fullest, with the expanded DVD presentation. Digital sound is excellent and adds a film quality to the racing. A variety of songs range from strumming ballad to techno-pop to hard rock.