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Extremedays (2001)

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 ... See full summary »

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Cast

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Corey
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Brian
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Will
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Matt
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Jessie
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Grandpa G
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Grandma G
Dylan Bond ...
Young Brian
Cameron Clark ...
Young Matt
Scott Fisher ...
Young Will
Daniel Miranda ...
Young Corey
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Amanda
Jeff Enden ...
Baboo
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Monkey Wrench
Holly McClure ...
Flight Attendant
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Storyline

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 doggans

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life's a trip...


Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated PG for some thematic elements and crude humor | See all certifications »
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28 September 2001 (USA)  »

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American Roadtrip  »

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Box Office

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$522,813 (USA) (28 September 2001)

Gross:

$739,390 (USA) (5 October 2001)
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Trivia

The mixed up cars in the movie really belonged to the director and his buddies. See more »

Goofs

The "Joyota", a supposed Jeep with a Toyota engine, is actually a Volkswagen 181 (known in the United States as the Volkswagen Thing). See more »

Quotes

Matt McKeague: Look, I hate to be the voice of reason here guys, but this is crazy!
[pause]
Matt McKeague: That's never stopped us before!
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Connections

References Disturbing Behavior (1998) See more »

Soundtracks

Mighty Good Leader
Performed by Audio Adrenaline
Written by Mark Stuart, Will McGinniss, Bob Herdman, Ben Cissell, Tyler Burkum
Audio Adrenaline appears courtesy of ForeFront Records
(c) 1999 Up in the Mix Music (BMI)/Flicker USA Publishing (BMI) (Admin. by EMI CMP)
(p)1999 ForeFront Records
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To get away from the hum-drum that calls itself "devine Hollywood"
26 March 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I liked this movie: yes I was raised in the church, yes I was (and still am) a huge fan of the Christian alternative music genres, yes I do believe in God, and yes I'm not living with my parents anymore. That being said, growing up in the church, the usual activities and such offered to kids and teens were just plain pathetic. They lacked the element of cool that all kids thirst for and can't get enough of. So it's no surprise that a lot of kids and teens in the church and youth groups now still love this movie. It wasn't some Cheap barney with bible verses rip off or corny, poorly acted, "it could happen to you-Jesus loves everybody" films they push on kids all the time. It was funny, killer music, decent quality of film and film-making and extreme sports footage that kids will watch back to back to back until they can't stay awake anymore. I know the sports footage wasn't really them, but I never expected them to really do their own stunts. Can any actor really act and execute a darkslide with equal skill? This movie was a hope to teens and kids who thought Christian life and faith in God meant you had to be boring and uncool. Not stellar, but worth a weekend rental.


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