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BMX Bandits on dvd - £2.99@PLAY.com

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7y, 5m agoFound 7 years, 5 months ago
WHAT A CLASSIC! JUST £2.99

Most notable for being the debut feature of 17-year-old Academy Award winner, Nicole Kidman, BMX Bandits is also one of the best-loved and most fondly remembered children's films of the 1980s and is now available on DVD for the first time in the UK. Packed with amazing BMX action from rad wheelies to awesome airs, chases, slapstick humour and crazy adventure, this madcap caper inspired an entire generation of kids across the world to get out on their bikes and let loose.

More than just an 80s nostalgia-fest, BMX Bandits is a timeless piece of family entertainment in the tradition of Disney's classic 'kids versus the bad guys films' such as 'Escape To Witch Mountain', 'The Apple Dumpling Gang' and 'Diamonds On Wheels'. Guaranteed to appeal to children of all ages, the film is also a must-see for Nicole Kidman fans.
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#1
Haven't seen this for years but I think I liked it.
#3
ha ha, first film I ever watched at the cinema :) not sure i'd buy it though
#4
oh how i loved this me and my mates use to try and copy this film but we use to go over the allotments and get chased oh the days..... i always remeber the scene when they go down the water flumes with there bikes... great film in its day just hope it stays the test of time
#5
IIRC i had the game for this on my commodore 16 :oops:
#6
Everytime i went to the video shop as a kid I would rent bmx bandits. seen it lots
I bought it from play.com the last time it was posted on hukd
#7
the band bmx bandits are better than the movie
#8
I never knew it was Australian until i saw the film a couple of years ago lol funny how i never picked that up when i was a kid, same as my wife and my brother. Anyone else or are we just weird lol.
#9
Does anyone remember the series "BMX beats" that used to be on in the school holidays in the 80s, where various BMXers would compete against each other? i used to think that was well cool!!!
#10
google red bull rampage for the modern day version

i do have fond memories of this but those childhood memorys are there for a reason and i'll avoid spoiling them

learnt my lesson with krull.
#11
I prefer the mitchell and webb version.

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