D.C. (Johnny Knoxville) is the crackpot owner of Action Point, a low-rent, out-of-control amusement park with dangerous rides. Just as D.C.'s estranged teenage daughter Boogie (Eleanor Worthington Cox) comes to visit, a corporate mega-park opens nearby and jeopardizes the future of Action Point. To save his beloved theme park and his relationship with his daughter, D.C. and the Action Point staff risk everything to pull out all the stops..
Johnny Knoxville claims to have sustained more injuries from filming Action Point than any other movie of his career. These injuries included four concussions, a broken hand, a damaged meniscus, whiplash, stitches, and the loss of some teeth. The Alpine Slide stunt even caused his eyeball to pop out from its socket on two occasions, due to the disappearance of his orbital lamina on impact. See more »
The handbill Boogie shows D.C. shows The Clash playing Thursday 23 August, but they never played a concert on a 23rd August that fell on a Thursday (1979, the year of their first US tour, and 1984). They were supposed to play in Ohio at the Heatwave festival in 1980 on Saturday 23 August, but their appearance was cancelled. They played in Massachusetts from 20-24 August 1982. Their last US performance was in Seattle on 30 May 1984. The band parted ways in 1986. See more »
What a day! We ran out of beer, corn dogs, and toilet paper. In that order.
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Two dedications - one to Tim and Michelle Prier, the other to Johnny Knoxville's mother, Lemoyne Clapp - are seen at the end of the credits, followed by a small scene with the bear and the Bear Mascot (who is credited as Unknown). See more »