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Smoke ist der unbestrittene König auf Kaliforniens Straßen. Mit seinem berühmten Tunnelblick und mit Unterstützung seines Mechanikers und Freundes Will gewinnt er jedes der illegalen Straßenrennen, welche die Motorradgangs an den Wochenenden. Biker Boyz ist ein US-amerikanischer Actionfilm aus dem Jahr Regie führte Reggie Rock Bythewood, der gemeinsam mit Craig Fernandez anhand eines. Biker Boyz. (78)1h 46minX-Ray Seit sein Vater in Diensten des Motorradchampions "King of Cali" Smoke beim Rennunfall ums Leben kam, ist der. Online-Shopping mit großer Auswahl im DVD & Blu-ray Shop. Smoke, der „King of Cali“, ist der ungeschlagene und unangefochtene Rennchampion. Doch Kid, ein junges Renntalent, fordert seinen Titel heraus.
Biker Boyz: Sendetermine · Streams · DVDs · Cast & Crew. Biker Boyz - Bildquelle: DreamWorks SKG Biker Boyz © DreamWorks SKG. Der abgebrühte Smoke ist der ungeschlagene König der Bikerszene in L.A. Jetzt will. Biker Boyz. 1 Std. 50 Min+. Laurence Fishburne [The Matrix] is Smoke, the "King of Cali" - the undefeated and undisputed racing champion.
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The entrance is an incredible spectacle complete with choreography and a hype man named Soul Train Orlando Jones … except that Smoke is sitting on his bike in the back of a truck.
Not off to a good start, Biker Boyz. Kid Stuff — Kid struggles with the death of his father and his dislike for Smoke grows larger.
Kid is a pretty fast racer in his own right, and soon calls out Smoke. One problem, Kid needs to have some colors in order to race.
Having colors means that you are part of a gang. The Biker Boyz go around hustling other gangs in races in order to get some money and soon get more and more boyz.
Action movie bar fight? Biker Boyz has it. Training montage? Biker Boyz has it and ups the stakes by turning it into a rap video style montage in the clubhouse complete with a biker last supper mural.
How about you try on Kid Rock as Dogg for size. Characters with a disability to make sure everyone is included? Organ donors.
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Comment Name Email Website. The Bulletproof Podcast. In Case You Missed It. Sadly it is a mess in regards the writing and plotting and only the forgiving will find the material worth two hours of their time.
The action is pretty weak. I didn't think any of the races were exciting and although they are well done, all of them could have sorely used the emotions of the characters to feed into them.
As it is the failure of the plot means that much of the film is lacking and feels rather pointless. Occasionally it hints at depth and humanity but the occasional spark is totally drowned out in a sea of noise.
The music video goals of the film are met but personally I'm glad not to be in the demographic sector that is tricked into thinking that this makes for a good film.
The cast are mixed, containing people that I expected better from and people that deserve stuff like this. Fishburne may well have expected more from the film because at times you can see him reaching, sadly he cannot achieve the impossible and any glimmer of a good performance is swamped.
Luke struggles from the start. He is pretty and charismatic here but he can't deliver emotion and understanding that isn't in the script and his narration is terrible.
The support cast are roundly average with obvious performances from Jones, Hounsou, Fehr and others. Good is sexy but pretty vacant while I'm not sure why Bonet bothered to turn up for so little.
Overall then a fairly pointless film that shrugs off any character potential it may have had in favour of MTV visuals, clunky dialogue and mostly average performances at best.
You can see the potential in the story but across several aspects the film fails to deliver this potential and just churns out a totally unnecessary film that doesn't deserve any of your time.
Half-decent plot buried under a squidfest dcnblues-2 3 February I'm sure there's a Greek tragedy or Shakespeare play with the same basic premise: Son aspires to be one of the great princes instead of a courtier, son loses father, son disappears, only to return as the heir apparent to the Prince's crown and all that As a moviegoer, I thought this was barely worth the matinee price.
As a Shakespeare fan, I thought it overdone, washed out. As a motorcyclist, I thought it shameful Passengers in shorts, spaghetti-strap tops, and heels?
Stunting on a public freeway, in traffic, at night? These are NOT the role models you were looking for I will point out that a FEW lines in the movie did hint to the dangers of riding, especially 'extreme' riding.
The crashes were definitely hopped up not sure if a lb superbike would sail spinning thru the air like a frisbee And Fishbourne's character, although definitely the most bad-ass in the whole bunch, showed how far skill, finesse, and restraint will go beyond blind luck, guts, and adrenaline.
That is to say, he was on top the whole time, even to the last frame. With the budget this film had pretty much, the bikes alone are each worth 20G's or more they COULD have made something with more emotional impact, more story, and a LOT less gratuitous teenage hormone inducer.
So, if you see this movie, resist the impulse to go out and get a bike. The real world ain't like this at all. Riding like this in the real world will get someone probably YOU killed.
The days of Harley-Davidsons mastering the road are over. Smoke hesitates in accepting Kid's challenges, citing that Kid is not a member of a legitimate club.
Or are you just blowin' smoke? The rest of the film follows a sort of formula we have seen before, with the underdog taking on the inhumanly skilled antagonist at the end.
Though the plot is weak, the talent both onscreen and off push the film into something the script alone could not hold.
The actors, for the most part, excel in their respective roles. Fishburne turns what may have been a trivial role into one exuding sincerity and masculinity, holding to an effectively pensive and reserved demeanor.
Director Reggie Rock Bythewood makes his presence felt in the film. The camera freewheels around smoking tires, colorful racing suits and bouncing nightclubs with dizzying ease.
His film is loosely based on a feature from the Los Angeles New Times on the biking subculture in California, and Bythewood tries to bring a sense of biker culture to the screen.
The nonfiction foundation of the film shines through, displaying a bizarre sense of camaraderie between cyclists similar to that of a fraternal order.
Despite its basically inane premise, the movie is not all bad. If you want to see a pointless story, dragged out over a full 1hour 50 minute film, then check this out, I can honestly get what was the plan, fast and furious but on bikes instead, but every moment you feel a story is coming or we might be getting somewhere with this film, it is simply either forgotten, or just falls flat.
I would have said the only redeeming part was the fact Laurence fishburne had been involved in the project, but even his storyline is just dull.
I would say, if you want something on that pays no attention, something you want on when doing work, or just not actually watching the film just doing other things then check it out, but I wouldn't recommend actually watching the film, as the story itself as mentioned just isn't really there, several cliche are thrown in during the film.
Good luck if you do choice to watch. To begin with, I wasn't expecting really much from the film at all. More or less, I anticipated a "Fast and the Furious" with motorcycles.
However, even to those expectations, the film falls way short. While I spent 90 minutes wondering why these "hardcore" street racers had chromed-finished, colorful, graphic-designed bikes that looked like they were ready more for a show than any race, I kept watching these races that felt like the bikes were going 25 mph rather than the mph their speedometers were reading.
I won't even begin to discuss the 'realism' of any of the races because I don't believe the movie is to be taken that serious in the first place The verdict?
Its a shame to say "save this movie for a rental night", because a movie of this nature should have only been appreciated on the big screen.
This movie is absolute rubbish. Not only is the plot incredibly predictable, but the realism is non-existent. As someone who's been riding street bikes for many years, I was horrified to see the characters racing with very powerful bikes on gravel roads, clearly smaller capacity bikes beating faster ones on a straight road where no real skill apart from a good launch is needed and one of only two female bikers in the movie suffering the usual lesbian stereotyping.
Crap, rubbish and a waste of good actors' talent. The movie is barely even entertaining unless you are with a group of drinking buddies making fun of it.
The only reason to watch the forced plot, weak dialogue, music video camera work waste of time is if you love motorcycles, and like watching stunts performed on them.
Even then, if you really want to see that, just go get a specialty film. Not sure what movie the other person was watching, but i enjoyed this movie very much.
I also am not sure if they've ever rode on a motorcycle before but some of the tricks are not as easy as they look.
I had no problems following the storyline and it is definitely one of the better motorcycle movies that i have seen.
This isn't one of those "fast and the furious" movies about trying to catch the bad guy with illegal racing intermingled simply to make the movie stand out and have appeal.
I do agree though that some of the race scenes appeared to be at 30 mph. All in all its a good movie and if you're into motorcycles, its especially good.
My name is Simon Jago and below is my review of 'Biker Boyz'. I have no intention of elaborating my comments but have to produce a minimal amount of words in order for my comment to be published.
Here's the back story to my viewing experience of 'Biker Boyz'. It was late on a Saturday night and I was writing my Dissertation for uni, and turned on the TV to have something on in the background.
An action-packed contemporary Western on wheels with desperado's who live every day on the edge. Lawyers and city workers by day, they take to the streets in their leathers to race by night.
In the world of underground motorcycle clubs, the undefeated racer known as Smoke Fishburne is the undisputed "King of Cali.
An average movie which still i found very entertaining. I would recommend it for a rainy day or whenever. Kingvagabond 12 July Biker Boyz is a film that is great despite its numerous flaws.
However, despite its many flaws, which are numerous and obvious the films spirit is maintained and despite its poor score on IMDb viewed in the right way this film is incredibly good.
There's a tendency to view a film coming out of the black community based on a mainly white area of life as poor before the film has even been watched.
There's reasons for this and many films doing this are right to be critically panned. I gave this film 7 out of 10 due to the empathetic acting of Kid and Smoke Fishbourne turns in a great performance and hope that potential viewers aren't put off by the poor rating that it has received.
This movie was a complete flop. Had Bythewood been smart enough to use the original unedited script as opposed to the one he and Craig hacked together he would have had a great movie under his directing debut.
As it stands he has put together a flop as evidenced by all the critics and it shows that plagery gets you nowhere Reggie. You should have known better.
I saw Biker Boyz last night. While the plot was horrendous and hard to follow, I thought the acting wasn't bad.
I wouldn't say see this movie if you are looking for quality plot, but as your basic standard hollywood fare, it's no worse than some of the other crap that's out there.
I also really enjoyed Orlando Jones' performance. See if you can try to spot the many appearances by stars from the past - Sally Richardson, Kadeem Hardison and others!
I've never been much of a fan of motorcycles, but as always, I'm willing to accept there are those for whom their lives revolve around such contraptions.
Horses for courses and all that. So I wasn't exactly enthusiastic when I got the chance to see this movie. However, I consoled myself with the knowledge that there might be some cool race scenes and flash hardware and maybe even some cool stunts.
After all, I thought, it could hardly be worse than 2 Fast 2 Furious This movie is the most tediously dire film I've seen this year!
It makes 2Fast2Furious look like a Spielberg production. The plot is a standard "coming of age" drama, but without the drama.
The only slightly interesting point in the entire film was when the three guys who go on to form the MC club of the title first get together and interact.
Other than that, its boooooring! Nothing at all to hold your interest. No action, poor acting esp. The ending is so predictable that it's a relief when it finally comes.
Oh, and did I mention that Hollywood expects us to swallow Derek Luke as an 18 year old? He's 30 next year for Chrissake!
And as for Laurence Fishburne, What was with him? He looked like some mid-life crisis-er trying to regain his lost youth, but without any enthusiasm whatsoever.
And Larry Overall a film to avoid at all costs. Rooster99 20 September Oh my God was this movie bad!
But it really is impressive how terrible this movie is! Biker Boyz???? The main characters decide to start their own biker gang, and what do they call themselves?
Were they trying to steal the fire from the Back Street Boys? What a bunch of limp-wristed morons! And then they get two Asians who want to join You have to see the stunts in this pile of junk, you call those motorcycle stunts?
They were terrible, I was laughing my head off when it was supposed to be cool! It was especially hilarious when the third founding member, a Latino guy, tries to show them how good he is on a bike.
He actually stands up and sticks his leg off the back of the bike! That's it! Oooooh, you have talent, you have to help us start a biker club!!!
And then there is the story of how poor old Jaleel bad name loses his father to a bike accident boohoo and his mother doesn't want him involved in bikes.
They of course live in a perfect suburban home, she drives nice cars, and wears nice clothes.
But when he invites her to the annual biker party? She turns up looking like a 2-bit tramp! Way to go Mom! The street racing scenes were boring as sin.
For instance, in the big climactic scene, the course they are racing on is on some "Greedy Farmer's Field". You can see that the finish line is only about a mile away before they even start.
But they get their bikes up to miles and hour and it takes roughly 10 minutes to race the mile! It was laughable! What in the world was Laurence Fishburne thinking?
The only reason I gave this movie a 2 was that he was in the Matrix. That's it, there is no association with The Matrix at all, but hey, he was in it.
And there was the boohoo father-son scene, hahahahahha! Standard fare in trying to bring a smidgen of drama to the flick.
Then Jaleel promises his mother he will never race again Do you think he will keep his promise????? Do you????? I don't know, there are some pretty compelling reasons to race out there!!
A challenge was issued! And a bunch of other macho BS! I think the only audience who would be impressed are The Village People!
The characters in La Cage Aux Folles were more macho than these losers! And, oh my God, I nearly forgot Kid Rock!