New Kids Nitro

December 7th, 2011


New Kids Nitro

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Gerrie, Richard, Rikkert, Robbie and Barry from "Maaskantje" are in a big fight with the village of "Schijndel". When a zombie kills someone from "Brabant", things get out of hand.

Release Year: 2011

Rating: 6.3/10 (1,055 voted)

Director: Steffen Haars

Stars: Huub Smit, Tim Haars, Wesley van Gaalen

Gerrie, Richard, Rikkert, Robbie and Barry from "Maaskantje" are in a big fight with the village of "Schijndel". When a zombie kills someone from "Brabant", things get out of hand.

Writers: Steffen Haars, Flip Van der Kuil

Huub Smit - Richard Batsbak
Tim Haars - Gerrie van Boven
Wesley van Gaalen - Rikkert Biemans
Steffen Haars - Robbie Schuurmans
Flip Van der Kuil - Barrie Butsers
Peter Aerts - Himself
Lars Boekhorst - Guy with Down Syndrome
Filip Bolluyt - Commissaris
Bart de Rijk - Cop Adrie
Maureen Eerdmans - SBS6-presentatrice 2
Paul Elstak - DJ Paul Elstak
Peter Faber - Minister van Defensie
Robert-Paul Jansen - Man van Defensie 2
Corry Konings - Herself
Marlayne - SBS6-presentatrice 1


Official Website: Official Facebook | Official site [Netherlands] |

Release Date: 7 December 2011

Filming Locations: Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, Netherlands

Box Office Details

Budget: €2,500,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend: €1,102,342 (Netherlands) (11 December 2011) (117 Screens)

Gross: €3,997,175 (Netherlands) (1 February 2012)

User Review

A small upgrade from Turbo to Nitro


Most people will want to know one thing I guess: Is it better, worse or the same as the first movie? I can tell you right from the start: It's very enjoyable again, it's more fun and I have never been bored one moment throughout the entire movie. However, don't expect it to be much better, it's just a small upgrade from Turbo to Nitro.

The extra budget they put into it pays off. This one is faster, a bit darker, more jokes are put into it and it's slightly more fun to watch. The story line however is again kinda wrapped around the jokes, and it's not deep. Just like the first, you might say it's a lame shallow story but hey: it's a comedy, what do you expect? If you want a deep and inspiring story that makes you think for days after you've seen it: go look for something else. The story is just enough to keep it all together and it's shallowness didn't annoy me. The are a lot of funny twists and situations but it never forces the story in a such a way that it feels unnatural.

Another thing I liked was that even the viewer is even made fun off. They did this in the first one also, but again: it's executed better in this sequel. This is just one of those things that makes it stand out from other lame (Ben Stiller type) comedies. Right at the very start it looks exactly like the first movie and you immediately think: will this be a cheap money-scoring sequel? Then the first character in the movie will play right into that and tell you the exact reason's why you shouldn't watch it, like: - It's another lame sequel - The jokes are too easy - I've seen it all before -. Then he get's shot in the face which is basically the writers saying: "We don't give a sh*t". (And it works!) This is done a second time at the end of the movie by ridiculing the viewer comparing him to average character in the movie.

Overall: Yeah it's basically the same concept and the same type of humor, and some viewers may have enough of it after having seen the first but that just does not apply to me! Overall a very fun movie to watch, slightly better executed and one of my favorites in it's genre.



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