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Hell Ride (2008)

Two rival bikers gangs, the Victors and the Six-Six-Six's, refuel their decades-old rivalry.

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Cherokee Kisum
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Nada
Austin Galuppo ...
Sonny
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The Deuce
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Joint
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Two rival bikers gangs, the Victors and the Six-Six-Six's, refuel their decades-old rivalry.

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The rebellion against all there is See more »

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Action | Drama | Thriller

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Rated R for strong violence, sexual content including graphic nudity and dialogue, language and drug use | See all certifications »

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17 January 2009 (Japan)  »

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Hell Ride - Motos do Inferno  »

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Opening Weekend USA:

$100,164, 10 August 2008, Limited Release

Gross USA:

$194,287, 17 August 2008
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David Carradine turned down his role at first. Larry Bishop rewrote his part and said he could shoot it in one day. Carradine agreed. See more »

Goofs

The rear brake on Pistolero's bike changes from an early style drum brake in the first scenes to a later banana caliper style disc brake in the peyote scene. Then it changes back to a drum brake in the final scene. See more »

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Pistolero: What the hell made you think you could count on me?
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Alacran Y Pistolero
Written by Tito Larriva
Performed by CHINGON
Courtesy of Rocket Racing Rebels Record Co.
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Don't see all the complaints!
9 August 2008 | by See all my reviews

I honestly do not get why so many people are upset with this film. Its rough, its ridiculous, its over the top, and its a great ride! I admit its not film-making that will change the world- but its a gritty exploitation film, and for anyone who's gotten a kick out of "Devils Rejects," "Kill Bill" or the "Desperado" series this is at least worth taking a peak at.

The cast is all great- Bishop, Balfour and Madsen make a cool trio, each stealing the show at different moments, Dennis Hopper really gives a memorable and entertaining performance, and Carradine shines in a very (darkly) funny cameo. Vinnie Jones is good, he could have been given more to do, but he is entertaining and handles his weapon of choice quite expertly. The story, well- its simple. Its a revenge tale, and an excuse for lots of mayhem and carnage to take place. Again, if you want a gritty, rough around the edges exploitation flick, I do not know what else people are expecting. The story serves its purpose, and keeps the audiences entertained for the hour and a half it plays out. The dialogue does get a bit overly cheesy at points, but that really only adds to the charm of this absurd film- it'll make you laugh, it'll make you puzzle, but I never found any lines to be so distracting that I could not enjoy the film.

So see it if you know what you're getting into! There's a hell of a lot of violence, far far far more nudity, disgusting language and a good amount of despicable anti-heroes. For the type of film that it is, it is very well done and very entertaining! I heartily recommend it for a good, demented time at the movies. I only wish it'd get a wider release, Im lucky I got to see it at all!


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