Supercross (2005)

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Critic Consensus: While it showcases some cool stunts, Supercross feels like an infomercial for its titular sport, with undeveloped characters and a shopworn plot.


Movie Info

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 … More

Rating: PG-13 (for language and some sexuality)
Genre: Drama, Action & Adventure
Directed By:
Written By: Ken Solarz, Bart Baker
In Theaters:
On DVD: Jan 31, 2006
Box Office: $3.0M
Runtime:
20th Century Fox - Official Site

Cast


as K.C. Carlyle

as Trip Carlyle

as Zoe Lang

as Owen Cole

as Rowdy Sparks

as Clay Sparks

as Jeff Johnson

as Earl Cole

as Rider Girlfriend

as Himself

as Rowdy's Mechanic

as Hairstylist

as Dr. Simms

as Bike Girl

as Jimmy Castillo

as Herself

as Himself

as Assistant

as Chuy
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Critic Reviews for Supercross

All Critics (72) | Top Critics (21)

You could see the same thing for free -- with higher production values and snappier dialogue -- watching X Games coverage on ESPN.

Full Review… | March 7, 2007
Associated Press
Top Critic

Like the drive-in classics of Roger Corman and Samuel Z. Arkoff, this develops the principal characters and conflicts with just enough depth and keeps the narrative moving at a brisk pace.

Full Review… | January 8, 2007
Chicago Reader
Top Critic

Only the most devoted MX fetishists could like the film, because it doesn't offer a scrap of nourishment for the uninitiated.

Full Review… | September 26, 2005
AV Club
Top Critic

Director Steve Boyum, a former motocross driver, hacks his racing footage to incomprehensible pieces and, from the looks of the meager, jumpy narrative, did the same to the script.

Full Review… | August 23, 2005
Village Voice
Top Critic

The writing is abysmal, the acting wouldn't pass muster in a high school play, and the direction by erstwhile stuntman Steve Boyum (Timecop: The Berlin Decision) is positively sleep-inducing between cycle jumps.

Full Review… | August 20, 2005
New York Post
Top Critic

If you love Kawasakis, Hondas, and Yamahas, and don't mind tin-eared writing, get down to the multiplex.

Full Review… | July 27, 2014
New Times

Audience Reviews for Supercross

½

As a motocross/supercross fan & rider, I was really disappointed in this movie. Not even an hour into the movie, both brothers have girlfriends...really? There seemed to be more romance than racing in the entire movie. The supercross side to the movie wasn't a breath of fresh air either. There was just something about it that seemed so wrong...maybe it was the fact that they put Channing Tatum and Aaron Carter on dirt bikes and called them "racers"...or it could be because they made a privateers' racing career look easy. Winning against professional factory riders? Really? Supercross the movie is a huge let down.

Japes
Japes .

Super Reviewer

A movie that tries to be amazingly cool, but tries so hard that it fails!

KJ Proulx
KJ Proulx

Super Reviewer

½

Loud, dumb race movie, the two lead actors have an okay chemistry as brothers and are easy on the eye but that's all this has going for it.

jjnxn
jay nixon

Super Reviewer

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