They get creative, but they also egg each other on to try dangerous tricks, and it's easy to imagine viewers following suit.Lots and lots of dangerous/outrageous/silly stunts, from motorcycle jumps to leaping out of an airplane without a parachute to rolling office chair jumps.The film was written, directed, and produced by Travis himself, with the help of his friends and the Nitro crew.
I'm instantly reminded of Jackass (creator Jeff Tremaine and known "Jackass" Johnny Knoxville" serve as producers of the film and creators of the Television programs), which aired on MTV, just like the Nitro Circus Television program, and am reminded of how much more fun and enjoyable that program was. Pastrana seems to be pretty laidback and pleasingly chill, but there's little separating him from the other young faces in this film and, to be honest, the entire world of daredevil stunts.Many are conducted without much in the way of safety precautions, and the stars do take some hard hits/falls -- but all things considered, there are remarkably few injuries.Parents need to know that, while this extreme stunt series isn't as crude as Jackass and its ilk, many of the tricks look so easy and fun that kids might be inspired to follow suit, which could lead to injuries.She said that she never imagined being a star, she imagined to be married and have 2 kids.
She now is a star on Nitro Circus, and is happy with her career.
Unlike CKY or Jackass, Viva La Bam focuses mainly on the torture of Bam's parents and less on harmful stunts.