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Old 15-10-2008, 09:06 AM
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Not a biker movie, but one of my faves is an old Kevin Costner movie called 'Revenge'. Also starred Anthony Quinn I think.

Bit of a 'girlie weapy' but a great film............


Green Street Hooligans is another good movie IMHO
And Blazing Saddles..................good for a giggle, as is Cactus Jack.
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Hellride ? thats the one that they used the Exile bike for aint it ? Not a big film fan but will be watching that just to see and hear the bike
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Old 16-10-2008, 07:50 AM
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Hellride ? thats the one that they used the Exile bike for aint it ? Not a big film fan but will be watching that just to see and hear the bike
Flyright choppers an all + really nice indian combo, yep some of the bikes are great, film aint
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Old 16-10-2008, 09:19 PM
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UT, seen some good ones recently, The Outpost, Planet terror, rise of the footsoldier, but honestly mate it aint a good one, bikes are worth a lookm though

Just watched Outpost, bloody glad I didn't pay money for it.
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Old 20-10-2008, 12:43 AM
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Knightriders...... Bikers in medieval armour doing jousting and getting a 'Little' too much into the knightly scene!

Psychomoto... some real old black and white Russ Meyer toss... made me feel unclean.
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Old 23-10-2009, 10:12 PM
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Watched Hell Ride last night (modern version) and it was OK, though the usual misrepresentation of biker lifestyle. Betrayals all round and every biker chick a red hot half (or fully) naked twenty something. What happens when they reach thirty, do they become nuns? The bikes and chicks are worth a look, Vinnie is a twat and the plot is miserable and dense.
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Old 24-10-2009, 04:27 AM
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'No Limit', George Formby at the TT sometime in the '30s.

Excellent film.
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Old 24-10-2009, 07:32 AM
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There are good films and bad films but it depends on the mood of the moment as to which is which.

Some utterley cheesey garbage can have us crying with laughter.

You just need good company and copious amounts of alcohol.





Oh and a senseof humour.

Sometimes the funiest things are funny because they weren't meant to be.......
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Thought it was pretty much tosh, meself, as most biker films are sadly.
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Old 24-10-2009, 11:57 AM
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Don't ask me.

I liked The Canterville Ghost.

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The thing is with biker films . They have to be over the top because a film about a load of guys who go to work all week,spend their evenings in a shed and then stand in a field drinking beer out of a can would be pretty crap
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The thing is with biker films . They have to be over the top because a film about a load of guys who go to work all week,spend their evenings in a shed and then stand in a field drinking beer out of a can would be pretty crap
Crap as a film yes, but you would get a lot more sense from them than from most politicians
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Chopper Chicks in Zombietown, now there's a film that should be watched when pissed/stoned. The end with the zombie stumbling through the desert with a transistor radio strapped to his back (they drove them crazy) was hilarious...........
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There are good films and bad films but it depends on the mood of the moment as to which is which.

Some utterley cheesey garbage can have us crying with laughter.

You just need good company and copious amounts of alcohol.





Oh and a senseof humour.

Sometimes the funiest things are funny because they weren't meant to be.......
wot he said

Watched Hell Ride a few days ago - mostly had me laughing.

I also watched, for the first time, "A Fistfull of Dynamite". Brilliant film with a motorbike in it. Cannot believe I've never seen it before.
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You wanna try & watch "She Devils on Wheels". It's nigh on impossible without the aid of alcohol
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I watched Magnum Force again the other night, The cops were riding Moto Guzzies.

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I watched Magnum Force again the other night, The cops were riding Moto Guzzies.

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Until they crashed into the sea and then they mysteriously became Triumphs. *





* I think, it's been a few years since I saw it, but they're parallel twins, not vees anyway.
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