Lords Of Dogtown details
|Starring:||Victor Rasuk, Johnny Knoxville, Rebecca De Mornay, Michael Angarano, Emile Hirsch, Nikki Reed, Heath Ledger, John Robinson, Johnny Kno|
|Studio:||SONY PICTURES HOME ENTERTAINMENT|
Lords Of Dogtown
|Run time:||1 hour 46 minutes|
|Rental release:||Limited availability|
|Subtitles:||Arabic, Danish, English, Finnish, French, Hindi, Norwegian, Swedish|
|Hearing impaired subtitles:||English|
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AmazingBy Mina Murray from Manchester, England , 24 Sep 2005
[Highly rated reviewer]I loved this film! It follows the passions and dreams of a group of boys in a skateboard team. When they win competions and get signed by the big names,friendships and the reasons they started in the first place are threatened. Don't see this if your only interested in Jonny Knoxville or Tony Hawks though cause they only have cameos.I left the cinema with a sudden urge to go and buy a skateboard. This film is cool.
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The history of Sk8By a customer , 28 Jul 2011Great movie for teens into skate scene.
This is where it came from dude!
Loved the scenes the naff fashion sense.
Easy watch for the skate savy
Watch this movieBy zombiebaby (36 reviews) , 12 Apr 2011Very impressive movie with a great cast. Emile Hirsch is excellent. It is very enjoyable if, like me, you messed around with a skateboard when you were in your teens and the story is strong enough to keep you hooked even if you didnt.
Really enjoyed this filmBy gpaudit (46 reviews) from Oldham , 29 Nov 2010A very entertaining film we thoroughly enjoyed it, our daughter had included it on our list but she didn't get to watch it so I think we shall be adding it back onto our watch list.
An OK filmBy a customer from OXON , 13 Sep 2010Rambled on a bit and was unnecessarily long, in my opinion. Decent acting though. Worth a look if you like the actors or subject matter.
Pure Old SkoolBy a customer from Sheffield , 21 Mar 2010
THIS REVIEW CONTAINS SPOILERS Show review anywayHideThe best thing about this film was when I realised some of these guys owned skateboard companies - skateboards I used to have towards the end of the 80s after BMX faded out.
Tony Alva and Stacey Peralta.