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Nitro Circus: The Movie

Rating:PG-13 (for depiction of extreme and dangerous stunts throughout, and for language)
Genre:Action/Adventure, Comedy
Release Date:August 8, 2012
Running time:88 minutes
Cast:Travis Pastrana, Jeremy Rawle, Gregg Godfrey, Aaron Fotheringham, Greg Powell
Director:Gregg Godfrey, Jeremy Rawle
Producer:Gregg Godfrey, Jeremy Rawle, Travis Pastrana, Dave Hunter
Distributor:ARC Entertainment

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Description: The show follows Travis and the Nitro Circus Crew as they travel around the world setting up outrageous stunts and pushing the human body to the limit, constantly looking to innovate the world of action sports. Travis' compound in Annapolis houses a full motocross course, foam pits and a homemade waterslide carved into a hill creating a self contained extreme sports circus.

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