Biker Boyz (2003)

PG-13   |    |  Action, Drama

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A son of the leader of a legendary group of an urban biker gang tries to retain his championship title.




  • Director/writer REGGIE ROCK BYTHEWOOD.
  • KID ROCK stars as Dogg, the leader of a motorcycle racing club called The Strays.
  • The leader of the Black Knights, Smoke (LAURENCE FISHBURNE, left) takes a moment between races with Soul Train (ORLANDO JONES) another member of his club.
  • Brendan Fehr in Biker Boyz (2003)
  • Queenie (LISA BONET) and Smoke (LAURENCE FISHBURNE) watch a race from the sidelines.
  • Kid (DEREK LUKE, front left) and Primo (RICK GONZALEZ, front right) and the rest of the Biker Boyz cheer on another racer.

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31 January 2003 | wndrtigres
| It's not bad, but not great - entertaining at best
I saw Biker Boyz last night. While the plot was horrendous and hard to follow, I thought the acting wasn't bad. The editing and cinematography was done to try to give the audience the feel of being on a bike at 100+ miles per hour. 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 really also enjoyed how the movie was NOT violent and they showed how Black people can have a great time w/o guns and violence (notice the only weapon in the movie is brandished by the Italian gang). 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!

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$24,000,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend USA:

$10,106,992 2 February 2003

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