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||IMDB Rating: 4.6/10 from PG-13 votes
||Release: 31 January 2003 (USA) /
||Genre: Action, Drama
||Stars: Brendan Fehr, Dante Basco, Derek Luke, Dion Basco, Djimon Hounsou, Kid Rock, Larenz Tate, Laurence Fishburne, Lisa Bonet, Meagan Good, Orlando Jones, Rick Gonzalez, Salli Richardson-Whitfield, Tyson Beckford, Vanessa Bell Calloway
||Synopsis: A mythic motorcycle tale of father and son, this is the story of Manuel Galloway, also known as the King of Cali, the president of a motorcycle club whose members are all African-American men, mostly white-collar workers who exchange their suits and ties at night and on weekends for leather outfits and motorcycle helmets. The focus of this story takes place at an annual drag-racing event in Fresno, as Manuel tries to retain his championship title. Written by PhatBleek
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Well, to start off, I have to say that Biker Boyz isn't a good movie.
However, it is better than the other recent bike movie, Torque, if only
because it tries to do something with itself. But it fails none the less,
perhaps for being too ambitious. The bike crowd watches the movie hoping to
see realism and some good racing. Instead they get straight-shot drag style
races, which in real life involve little to no actual talent on a machine.
Also, they'll be racing 160 mph one minute, and dead stopped the next. It
takes some time to come down from speeds like that. The movie also
frequently ignores the force of wind that would be present at high speeds,
with the racers hardly tucked in at all. The final race, much like many in
Torque, takes place on a dirt road. Apparently they aren't aware that these
high end bikes are often called street fighters.
Despite all that, there's actually an effort to tell a story. It's an
admirable effort, but many of the parts just slow the movie down. It's
often a painfully slow movie. Odd, since it's about a bunch of guys that
race at speeds in excess of 100 mph. The story is a coming of age one, for
both Kid and Smoke. They are both forced to confront issues, and in the end
reconcile them. The biker clubs are set up to mirror, I think, a sort of
community, and therefore Kid's efforts to rise in the clubs are supposed to
represent his finding his place in society. The pieces are there, they were
just poorly assembled. Folks most likely were expecting a quick, guilty
pleasure like the Fast and Furious movies, and instead got a slow movie with
mediocre action sequences.
The acting isn't nearly as bad as most are saying. It's not Fishburne's
finest moment but it's not like it stained his reputation or ability, just
look at his fine work in Mystic River. The writers made an effort to have
three-dimensional characters. For example, After Dog's dirty racing forces
Kid to drop his bike at the track, he lends him his own bike to take on
Smoke. Granted, it's for his own reasons, but it's not like he's the evil
villain parody going "mu-ah-ha-ha" off in the corner. I have to agree with
another user that said it portrays black Americans in a positive way.
They're not all stereotypes, they have their own personalities. Smoke is
confident, but level headed. Soul Train seems the stereotype, but we see a
totally different side of him when we find he's a lawyer.
So, it's not a good movie, but it makes an effort to be one, which counts
for something. For all it's lack of realism, it gets points for not having
the absurd stunts that Torque did, like flipping a huge street bike (with a
helicopter jet engine, mind you) mid air, and riding on top and through the
passenger sections of moving trains. Biker Boyz isn't good by any means,
but it's not quite that bad.
Tags for Biker Boyz Full Movie
, Dante Basco
, Derek Luke
, Dion Basco
, Djimon Hounsou
, Kid Rock
, Larenz Tate
, Laurence Fishburne
, Lisa Bonet
, Meagan Good
, Orlando Jones
, Rick Gonzalez
, Salli Richardson-Whitfield
, Tyson Beckford
, Vanessa Bell Calloway
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