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June 9, 2003, 12:45 PM

Lee: Blockbuster said its comin out June 10th.



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Make sure to get the collector's edition. You wouldn't want to miss the deleted scenes Smoke racing a snowmobile through the Rockies during a blizzard, and beating Soul Train down the beach in Miami running only in reverse!!
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deleted scenes from biker boyz give me pleasure! :eyecrazy:


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deleted scenes from biker boyz give me pleasure! :eyecrazy:
guess ya gotta get it where ya can....




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June 9, 2003, 07:03 PM

That movie was bad enough to embarass me. I'm amazed that someone who rides didn't have a link in the chain of command to NIX this film before it went over budget. A sportbike on a dirt road is nothing but a high-speed projectile. It didn't even LOOK good. I had heard Biker Boyz was bad, but I was impressed with how bad it ended-up to be. I'd rather watch Tom Cruise in slow motion doing a spinning endo shooting a gun at someone. On a positive note, Biker Boyz inspired me... Now I know that ANYONE can write a screenplay. Two thumbs up your ARS!


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That movie was bad enough to embarass me. I'm amazed that someone who rides didn't have a link in the chain of command to NIX this film before it went over budget. A sportbike on a dirt road is nothing but a high-speed projectile. It didn't even LOOK good. I had heard Biker Boyz was bad, but I was impressed with how bad it ended-up to be. I'd rather watch Tom Cruise in slow motion doing a spinning endo shooting a gun at someone. On a positive note, Biker Boyz inspired me... Now I know that ANYONE can write a screenplay. Two thumbs up your ARS!

I've heard, as well, that it was a pretty sh*tty moovy, but hell I can sit thru it as long as I get to see the kool bikes and stunts



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I actually liked that movie


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so the movie sucked ass, but I had a hell of a time sitting in a packed movie theater with the most obnoxious people in it (like 30 of us) making fun of the movie the entire time in a theatre I hope to never see again!


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June 10, 2003, 11:14 AM

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Having never seen the movie, I can't comment on the accuracy of the scene, but I can tell you that up to 50mph or so, mine's fairly stable. I live 2 miles from the nearest road with lines on it.
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