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Tony Hawk's Boom Boom Sabotage DVD

A pile of sweet skate tricks, a few flying monkeys and some insane circus clowns. How can you go wrong with that? Kidzworld checks out Boom Boom Sabotage - an animated skateboard adventure featuring Tony Hawk.

Boom Boom Sabotage - Sick Tricks and Circus Freaks

When the town of Lincolnville decides to cancel the circus and replace it with Tony Hawk's Boom Boom Huckjam Tour, the demented circus owner, Grimsley, goes nuts and comes up with a nasty plan to permanently get rid of the Hawkman. Using his crazy band of circus freaks, Grimsley kidnaps Tony Hawk and other members of the Boom Boom Huckjam Tour, with the hope that the circus will remain the only show in town. Unfortunately for Grimsely and his poser posse of clowns and carneys, a group of young skateboarders have other ideas. Using their street smarts and skateboarding skills they come up with a plan to save Tony Hawk from a poop-filled prison and make sure the Boom Boom Huckjam goes on.

Boom Boom Sabotage - Animated Action

Boom Boom Sabotage is an action sports roller coaster ride with amazing animation, cool skate tricks and a hilarious storyline. All of the skate scenes in the movie were done using motion capture of skateboarding stunts by Tony Hawk, Alex Chalmers and other pro skaters so the tricks look just like the real deal. Tony Hawk does all the voiceovers for his character and there's some seriously funny lines in the movie. There's also tons of other extreme sports stunts including a crazy circus ringleader riding an old skool Penny Farthing off a 100-foot ramp. Throw in some blinged out clowns driving [kwlink]pimped out cars[/kwlink] and a few flying monkeys - and you've got one sick flick.

Boom Boom Sabotage - Special Features

Boom Boom Sabotage is a sweet enough movie all on its own - but the DVD has a ton of cool extras as well. Special features on Boom Boom Sabotage include an interview with Tony Hawk, a behind-the-scenes look at the making of the movie, a skateboarding quiz and and tons of other cool stuff. Boom Boom Sabotage hits store on September 12, 2006. For more info on Tony Hawk in Boom Boom Sabotage, head to www.boomboomsabotage.com

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