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As four lifelong friends, Will, Bryan, Matt, and Corey, are on the road trip they've been planning their whole lives, Corey's beloved grandfather unexpectedly dies. When going to claim Corey's inheritance, the gang meets Matt's beautiful cousin Jessie and embark on a hilarious, extreme sports-filled adventure. Written by
Rock the Casbah
Performed by Ill Harmonics
Written by Blake Knight, David Krum
Ill Harmonics appears courtesy of BEC Records
(c)2000 Thirsty Moon River Publishing, Inc. / Fleets of Beats Music /
Krummy Beats Music / Rhymes Monumental (ASCAP)
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Extravagant! "Extreme Days" is sure-fire entertainment, stacked with loads of laughter, fun and excitement, and is a must-see for any fan of extreme sports!
For anyone who intends to, but hasn't yet seen this film - you're in for a real treat. The movie is great. When I first saw the trailer for the film, I thought - "This is fantastic! Its about time someone made a Christian movie about young people doing amazing things in extreme sports." I just thought that was so cool, and I would say to myself - "Finally, people are going to learn, seeing with their own eyes, what it truly means to live life to the fullest, realizing just how extreme Christianity is." Now that I've seen the movie, I'm thinking that I may have been right all along. People who aren't Christians are going to see this movie, and come out of the theater with their minds broadened, having learned that there are things in this world worth living for, and that there is absolutely no reason why anyone should feel that their life is so terrible that the only way out is death. At least, that's what I'm hoping people will get from seeing this movie. In any case, I highly recommend this film to people of all ages, especially those who enjoy watching young people take part in extreme sports such as motorcycling, surfing, and snow boarding.
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