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Desc:the entire fucking thing
Category:Classic Movies, Accidents & Explosions
Tags:Easy Rider, Bad movie infinity, Unnecessary sequel
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Comment count is 5
John Holmes Motherfucker - 2015-04-16
It's been a ridiculous amount of years since I saw Easy Rider, and I sure hope this doesn't do it justice.
Maggot Brain - 2015-04-16
I heard that they spent money on this but I had no idea!
TheOtherCapnS - 2015-04-16
Only slightly more hokey and stupid than the original.
infinite zest - 2015-04-17
The first one was at least kinda shocking, and probably was even more-so for the 60s crowd. I remember watching it with my dad, who had seemingly forgotten all about the ending. But the cinematography was cool and it more-or-less introduced Jack Nicholson to the mainstream and had a pretty rocking soundtrack. Compared to other zeitgeisty movies about a certain movement or ideology, it's one of the few I can think of that ends in unexpected tragedy. The rest, you see it coming from a mile away.

Ranma X. - 2015-04-16
From the moment our main character (played by Phil Pitzer, a lawyer by profession who sunk his cash to make what amounts to his self-insert Easy Rider fanfiction) says, "The Sky was crystal clear, just like 9/11" it's all just one big train wreck.

We Hate Movies has a great episode on this movie.
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