Now in their 40s, surfing legends Ross Clarke-Jones and Tom Carroll team with meteorologist and surf forecaster Ben Matson to track down and conquer the biggest, most dangerous waves in Australia. Actress Toni Collette narrates.
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- This movie is
NRNot rated. This movie has not been rated by the MPAA.
YesLanguage and sound
English: DTS 5.1 SurroundOther features
Color; interactive menus; scene access.
Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that Storm Surfers 3D is a documentary about two legendary Australian surfers who travel miles offshore searching for giant waves. It's a movie mainly for surf fans rather than for newcomers, and for the uninitiated, it may seem shallow, more in line with a TV reality show. But surf fans should enjoy the beautiful cinematography. Expect some scary wipeouts and Jet Ski crashes, though the surfers mostly emerge unharmed. Language is mild, with only a couple of uses of words like "crap" and "sucks," as well as exclamatory uses of "Jesus" and "God." One scene shows a nightclub full of scantily-clad women. Red Bull is a financier and sponsor on the movie, and the logo is seen and the drink is mentioned at least once.
- Sexual Content
- In one scene, Ross describes the feeling of being sucked under water as being like dancing in a nightclub; the filmmakers then show him actually dancing in a nightclub, surrounded by beautiful, scantily clad women.
- Some scary scenes of terrible wipeouts, with characters sucked underwater for interminable periods of time or Jet Skis tossed about. Characters generally emerge shaken but unharmed.
- Language is very infrequent and only includes uses of "God" and "Jesus" (as exclamations) as well as "crap" and "sucks."
- Social Behavior
- The movie has some messages about continuing to do something you love, even if everyone tells you it's over. It also celebrates getting up and trying again, even after painful and frightening failures. Finally, there's a worthwhile message about continually striving to learn and better yourself.
- Red Bull helped finance the movie and appears to be a sponsor. The logo is seen at least once, and a character mentions that he has just had one.
- Drugs / Tobacco / Alcohol
- Not applicable
- Age appropriate
- Not an issue
- Depends on your kid and your family
- Not appropriate for kids of the age most likely to want to see it