As if things couldn't get bad enough, the movie also takes two semi-decent actors and destroys them. These are the type of guys I'd rather make fun of than root for. But, just to make them look good by comparison, the movie also adds in a horrendous love interest for each character. The actresses are hot enough, but that's all they have going for them. So, with this in mind, what could SUPERCROSS add in to make things at least a teeny bit watchable? That's right kids, nudity! But is there any? Nope. None. Nada. And just to rub it in your face, the movie shows off dozens of opportunities to include some delightful T&A... and then doesn't. So, in conclusion, F*CK SUPERCROSS.
Commentary (with director Steve Boyum): Man, this guy's voice is so monotone it's scary. Personally, even if the stuff he was saying happened to be interesting (I doubt it though), nobody would be able to tell. He seemed to talk a lot about his part with the film being made and discussing the actors. Also, I noticed him continually narrating what was going on.
Casting Session: Supercross (8:05): This is unfortunately the best featurette on the DVD. Some information about the actors chosen is shown, as well as tons of movie clips. Bleh.
The Stunts (3:43): Lame super-short/promo-esque featurette #1. This one deals with the movie's amazing stunts.
The Stunt Doubles (3:04): Lame super-short/promo-esque featurette #2. This one deals with the movie's amazing stunt doubles.
The Story (2:30): Lame super-short/promo-esque featurette #3. This one deals with the movie's amazing storyline.
The Industry (2:06): Lame super-short/promo-esque featurette #4. This one deals with the amazing industry on which the amazing movie is based.
The Cast and Crew (2:16): Lame super-short/promo-esque featurette #5. This one deals with the movie's amazing cast and the amazing crew.
There is also a Theatrical Trailer.