PG-13 | | Biography, Drama, Sport
The film follows the surf and skateboarding trends that originated in Venice, California during the 1970's.
The real Jay Adams makes a cameo appearance during the scene of the party at Jay Adams's mother's house.
Dude, are you okay?
Sid: I can't feel my feet!
Sid: But, then again, I can never feel my feet!
When the team get in to an argument with the judge at the first skateboard competition when Stacey is disqualified, Skip says "our boys are kicking your girls' asses". What he should have said is "our girls are kicking your boys' asses". In reality, when the team went to the comp, the female members of the Zephyr team were outperforming the other male competitors, and this is what the character was actually trying to say. This is explained in the Dogtown and Z boys documentary.
The TriStar Pictures logo gets "Locals Only" spray-painted across it.
$5,623,373 (USA) (5 June 2005)
$11,008,432 (USA) (26 June 2005)