Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
Actor: Cassidy Rae
Four life-long friends (Hamilton, Basco, Buckley, Browning) set off on one last "road trip" adventure before settling down into adulthood. Ever since they were kids, they had shared a love for the extreme sports, and so af... more »
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Amanda D. (sophiesperspective)
Reviewed on 12/19/2014...
Life's a trip
Extreme Days is a movie about four best friends from childhood and the trip of their dreams. At least, that's what they want it to be. It, of course, turns out to not turn out like they had planned as life throws them a few curve-balls along the way. Matt is by far the best part of the movie. His lines are truly memorable. There is also a sweet classic Japanese fighting scene in the film. I can't say I agree with everything in the movie, but it is entertaining, and there is nothing particularly crude included. Guys will be guys, though, as is evidenced in the fire-ball gas scene. Not a movie I want to see often, but not bad.
For the love of donuts!
Katie | Ft. Worth, Tx. | 11/10/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This is a good story about four childhood best friends who are now grown-up and out of college. After completing their college educations, the young men set out on the road trip they've been planning since they were kids. A trip where they plan to surf, skate, and snowboard across California in their "Joyota". However, they soon find out that in life things hardly ever go as planned. After the death of the grandfather of one of the boys, their plans quickly change and they must make it up to Washington where the grandfather lived. Picking up the beautiful Jessie along the way, the party of five head across country discovering that life doesn't always go as planned, but it's the unexpected curves in the road that can bring you to the best places.
A cute story of friendship, love, and growing up. HILARIOUS and clean. Perfect for young teens, and anyone who's ever had in the family or been a goofy teenage boy. A clean movie, but with a good sense of humor, and a nice message. Oh, and I loved the soundtrack and awesome sport scenes!"