It's a metephor.I watched the last 10 mins of that movie the other night, saw the big race and everything!! Still can't figure out why they were racing on a dirt road?
lulwutMany people put down the movie because they don't see what the movie is about. A kid feels betrayed by club he felt was family after his father died. Hurting, he looked to fill the void. He met up with a few guys not of his color or background, but shared the love of motorcycles.
Deep inside he still wanted to make his (believed)father proud. He also wanted to prove to himself that he was better than the reigning king of cali.
He was an upstart, someone that started from nothing going through his mistakes to earn his respect. His brothers sticking by his side no matter what, no questions asked. People can knock the movie all they want because many see the stupid(I agree) special effects and tire screeching while they're on dirt. It was about brotherhood, a bunch of outcasts banding together to look out for eachother. Much like a bunch of guys on girls bikes making excuses why the SV is the best bike for the twisties.
Not a sore subject at all. Too many people claim to be open minded but yet close themselves inside a box. Yes I agree the movie was horribly executed, yes I agree they could've made it a better movie, but if one dissects the story line and tears away all the hoopla with the flashy bikes and stupid effects to a simple story line, then they might have something worth seeing.wow, biker boyz is a sore subject for you Enrico?