The Radicals is a 2005 American comedy-horror adventure film starring Joseph Boyce, Spencer Breslin, Jeremy Suarez, Taylor Momsen, Aleshia Allen, Jean-Luc Bilodeau, Thomas Haden Church, Martin Sheen, Joey Graceffa and Zack Shada. The film will be produced by Nickelodeon Movies and distributed by Paramount Pictures.




  1. Mr. Jones by Counting Crows
  2. I Wish by Stevie Wonder
  3. Brick House by Commodores
  4. Hungry Like the Wolf by Duran Duran
  5. Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go by Reel Big Fish
  6. Hampster Dance by Hampton the Hamster
  7. Blurry by Puddle of Mudd
  8. I'm Just a Kid by Simple Plan
  9. Fat Lip by Sum 41
  10. The Middle (song) by Jimmy Eat World
  11. Rock and Roll All Nite by Kiss (first credit song)
  12. We're being About by Good Charlotte (second credit song)
  13. First Date by Blink-182 (third credit song)


  • Ryan wears a brown glasses
  • Ryan wears a white long sleeve shirt beneath his yellow t-shirt.
  • Kevin wears a Black jacket over a grey t-shirt he never takes the jacket off.
  • Robert wears a blue v-neck long sleeve underneath a baseball shirt
  • Patricia wears a Purple jacket vest over Green long sleeve shirt.
  • Mary wears a red jacket beneath a pink shirt.


The Radical Teens/Credits


Main article: The Radical Teens/Transcript

Awards and nominations

Award Category Recipient(s) Result
Academy Awards


Best Actor Thomas Haden Church Won
Kids' Choice Awards Favorite Movie Actor Joseph Boyce Nominated
BMI Film Awards Best Music Danny Elfman Won
Best Supporting Actor Thomas Haden Church Nominated
AARP Annual Movies for Grownups Awards Best Picture The Radicals
Choice Movie Actress – Comedy Taylor Momsen Nominated
Academy Award for Best Original Song

Home media

It will be released on VHS and DVD on November 9, 2005.

Video games

Main article: The Radicals (video game)


It was announced on November 1, 2002, It was originally gonna release on July 16, 2004 then got pushed back to March 28, 2005 then Around 2004, Thomas Haden Church was cast as the main villian, The Masked Elmer. Writing began in August 2001, while filming began on February 28th, 2004 at Universal Studios Orlando. On January 4, The film's name was changed to The Radicals.


Box Office

Critical Response


External links

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