Common Sense Media reviews X Games 3D: The Movie for kids and families.
X GAMES 3D: THE MOVIE captures the drama and spectacle that play out every year at the X Games events, highlighting the behind-the-scenes stories of the featured athletes and the sacrifices they make in pursuit of glory and the advancement of their sports on the biggest stage in action sports.
Dylan (Justin Timberlake) and Jamie (Mila Kunis) think it's going to be easy to add the simple act of sex to their friendship, despite what Hollywood romantic comedies would have them believe. They soon discover however that getting physical really does always lead to complications.
Most friendships are complicated. Some are more complicated than others.
When two friends decide to try something new and take advantage of their mutual attraction without any emotional attachment, they soon realize romantic comedy stereotypes might exist for a reason.
Your favorite blue characters are back in a smurf-tastic adventure.
Dylan (Justin Timberlake) is done with relationships. Jamie (Mila Kunis) decides to stop buying into the Hollywood cliches of true love. When the two become friends they decide to try something new and take advantage of their mutual attraction - but without any emotional attachment. Physical pleasure without the entanglements. Sounds easy enough for two logical adults, right? Not so much. They soon realize romantic comedy stereotypes might exist for a reason.
Despite Carrie's warning, Ryan wants to get his first date out of the way and asks Carrie's flaky friend, but not without a little competition from Shaun White. Meanwhile, Yolanda starts a new job at the hospital where Sonia works and tries to reinvent herself.
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Three extreme athletes (Pierre Luc Gagnon, Cory "Nasty" Nastazio, and Jeremy "Twitch" Stenberg) and their significant others travel to Las Vegas for the last stop on the Dew Tour.
Stephen Colbert's coverage from Vancouver of the 2010 Winter Games. Olympic snowboard gold medalist Shaun White joins Stephen on the Report.
Learn to surf in Costa Rica from the guys from “Endless Summer 2”; take in a football game at Soldier Field with Bears Superbowl MVP Richard Dent; catch some air with pro snowboarder Shaun White.
With the day of the eclipse upon them, the kids -- along with a rag-tag force of old friends -- enact their long-planned invasion of the Fire Nation. As the invasion force fights their way to the Fire Nation capital, the kids help Aang to find the Firelord in time for the eclipse. But there are a few surprises...
When Squidward swallows his clarinet reed Sandy offers to retrieve the piece by shrinking herself and a mini sub down to microscopic proportions and traveling into Squid's body. / A misunderstanding over a vacation getaway advertisement causes Patrick to think he must "get out of town" or face dire consequences. SpongeBob can't bear the thought of his best buddy moving away, so he decides to disguise Patrick as a girl.
Andy goes snowboarding with Olympic Gold Medal Winner Shaun White, we learn how to paint squirrels, and Ralphie has a heart attack.
Grad Week, the last days of seventh grade, finds Addie avoiding marauding eight graders and her own feelings for Jake.
It's an anatomy of a punk as Ellen Pompeo gets bamboozled in a restaurant, then it's advantage Serena when she turns the tables on sister Venus and punks her.
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When Drake and Josh find out Megan have adopted a pet sheep, they want nothing to do with it. But when Megan agrees to no pranks for the next three months and forces it to stay with them, they find this new roommate to be a very "Baaaahd Boy".
When evil Dentist, Dr. Bender steals teen singing sensation, Chip Skylark's teeth before his upcoming music video shoot, only one person can stop him: The Tooth Fairy! But she's busy collecting teeth! It's up to Timmy, Cosmo and Wanda to rescue Chip's precious teeth before archival Skip Sparkypants replaces him! / Timmy travels back in time to the Old West to find the lost deed for Dimmsdale Flats. It's the only way to save Dad's favorite childhood, wild west attraction from being bulldozed and turned into a mall.
Timmy's sick and tired of having to abide by Mom and Dad's strict rules and wishes for parents that couldn't care less. When Mom and dad stop following the rules and stop bathing and shaving, Timmy quickly finds out why following rules and being responsible is important. / To help his Mom win the Dimmsdale "Veg-off," Timmy wishes her garden was full of life. What he doesn't know, is that his pet gerbil, Eddie, who Timmy was told "ran away," is buried in that same garden. Eddie comes back from the dead, looking for revenge.
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