In this revisionist drama, the film delves into the family lineage of Wyatt Williams, the character made famous by Peter Fonda in the original Easy Rider Movie. Centering around the ...
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In this revisionist drama, the film delves into the family lineage of Wyatt Williams, the character made famous by Peter Fonda in the original Easy Rider Movie. Centering around the Williams family, and their internal family struggles throughout the eras of the 40's to present day, as they struggle to connect with one another through the only way they know how. Their love of motorcycles and the freedom of the ride.Written by
The way HOME has a great story line of Hickok's coming of age as of Morgan's coming of age. The story of how the 60's pulled families apart. I can see how the reviews were low on this movie because of the acting but the cinematography is wonderful, as well as an excellent soundtrack to portray a vivid and heart warming story of family, friends and times. Possibly you need to have been raised it this time line to fully understand. I highly recommend the viewing of this movie, if it doesn't effect your soul, then you are truly in trouble as a human being.
The attention to detail on the motorcycles is very good, even the blue Billy bike that Wes is riding is an exact replica except for the color. And the other vintage motorcycles makes the watch worth while.
I feel the lack luster of this movie was do to the director not being able to pull the best and most realistic performance from his actors. With better direction this could have been a top ten movie.
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