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Actors: Jack Nicholson, Bruce Dern, Diane Ladd, Earl Finn, Philip Carey
Director: Martin B. Cohen
Genres: Action & Adventure
In this tense, late 1960s biker film, one man makes a stand against a sadistic motorcycle gang when the community and even the police fail to help him. Paul Collier (Cameron Mitchell) is an architect who is planning to pr... more »
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M.C. | Oregon, U.S.A. | 11/05/2006
(1 out of 5 stars)
"I bought this movie for my collection of 60's biker flicks and rapidly became sorry that I had. Thinking that Dern and Ladd were somewhat acceptable in the thoroughly enjoyable "The Wild Angels", I decided to give them another try with "The Rebel Rousers". The title implies an exciting biker romp but after watching this, instead of excitement, I felt complete numbness...What dialog there is seems adlibbed, makes no sense, or is hard to understand, the supposedly Mexican people, which the small town is populated with look remarkably Causasian and have the worst phoney accents I've ever heard (they were so bad it wasn't even funny), and the bike scenes are rare and poorly planned. Everything about this movie was poorly planned... I should have been warned by the advertised plot, knowing that the bikers would be scheming on a pregnant woman, but I didn't expect her to be 8 months pregnant....I'll bet the actors who played in this movie are mortified that it can still be viewed... I thought that Hells Belles was the worst movie I had ever seen, but this one has just taken it's place, making Hells Belles seem like a pretty good movie in comparison. Save your money or you'll be really sorry.
5 Star BAD!
John M. Martin | Englewood, Fla. | 03/25/2008
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Hilariously bad! I love old Drive-In style biker flicks and this one is even worse than She-Devils On Wheels. A real gem of bad editing (the music is so loud at times you can't hear the dialogue), poor acting & blatant ad-libbing. This movie must have taken a whole week to make. All the bikes are Triumphs but Bruce Dern reads from a Harley-Davidson Service Manual. I loved Nicholson's prison striped pants with the dirty seat and a hole in them. I laughed my but off on this one."
Ronald D. Lindsay | Yuma, AZ USA | 04/09/2010
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Where are all the Harleys? Back then we rode Harleys because they were cheap and parts were as near as the next filling station."