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This movie goes absolutely nowhere. The plot (if you can call it that) is choppy and doesn't make sense in places. There are a couple of things I'm going to say here that might be considered spoilers, but I can't imagine anyone is going to purchase this movie after the reviews here anyway.
The gorgeous biker babe on the cover . . . has nothing to do with the movie. There isn't anyone who looks like that in the movie, nor is there anyone who dresses like that in the movie. There are several scenes which *really* heavily hint that it is a sequel to "Easy Rider" (and draws a LOT of parallels to it), but of course without enough to endanger a lawsuit or complaint. His father was even killed on a bike that looks suspiciously like the "Easy Rider" bike Peter Fonda rode (after hooking up with his mom briefly), which is completely wrecked and still in his mom's garage. He decides to use the frame from his bike to bring it back to life while pointedly admiring the antique engine for a while . . . which doesn't even end up in the "restored" bike.
There is a scene where he needs to replace a bunch of money stolen from him (meant for the grandson of an old veteran), so he throws an impromptu biker concert to raise money.Read more ›
If you watch this, and I don't recommend it, you'll see exactly what I mean. The lead characters are played by Casper Van Dien as a sensitive biker with daddy issues and Patrick Muldoon in full surfer dude persona. These aren't rough and tumble types at all. The film has several plot threads, the most significant involves a corrupt politician. He is involved in some vaguely nefarious dealings with bad guy William Forsythe. Want more explanation than that? You won't get it in this sketchy screenplay. When two low level hoods try to blackmail the congressman, they end up on the wrong side of this very bad man.Read more ›
The main plot, involving a corrupt government official out to cover his tracks, starts well but falls flat by the end of the movie. I did enjoy the scenery.
It is a fun movie in a complex and crappy world in which we live. I know the writer and his associates put ten hard years in making the movie a reality. It is more than a movie, it is an accomplishment of one man's dream to put a story into a film and make it a reality.
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A very good story attempt, but the movie is all over the place and hard to follow, it could have been much better.Published on October 28, 2013 by Bruce Munyan
Trust me.............this movie had some potential with the initial premise but in the end if falls terribly Flat. The Storyline had this movie trying to be to many things . Read morePublished on October 4, 2011 by FarmNstuff
The story behind this movie, if true, might explain it. Apparently the film makers struggled to fund the movie for three years and struggled to pull this together. Read morePublished on September 7, 2011 by Big IV
save your money movie was poorly done not as good as above the law or stone cold not on the level of easy riderPublished on August 27, 2011 by gary