Free Style (film)
|Directed by||William Dear|
|Produced by||Rob Cowan
|Written by||Josh Leibner
|Music by||Stephen Endelman|
|Edited by||Edgar Burcksen|
Canal Street Films
Up North Entertainment
|Distributed by||The Samuel Goldwyn Company|
Free Style is a 2008 coming-of-age film about an 18-year-old young man (Corbin Bleu), who is devoted to his family, and finds love and himself in his quest to win the Amateur National Motocross Championship. Free Style is directed by William Dear (Angels in the Outfield, Harry and the Hendersons).
Cale Bryant is an eighteen-year-old boy. He decides to delve deeper into his passion, debuting in the world of Motocross.
Now that he is an adult, he decides to choose his own future, for once, independently, to help him become a champion with the support of parents and his girlfriend.
After hard training, Cale, decided to enroll in the National Championship for amateur motocross, convinced that he can win.
- Corbin Bleu as Cale Bryant
- Sandra Echeverría as Alex
- Madison Pettis as Bailey Bryant
- David Reivers as Dell Bryant
- Matt Bellefleur as Derek Black
- Jesse Moss as Justin Maynard
- Penelope Ann Miller as Jeannette Bryant
- Martin Rattigan as Coby
- Kelly Small as Sam
- "Free Style Box Office Data". The Numbers. Retrieved August 5, 2011.
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