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Easy Rider

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

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    If you love long motorcycle trips and living free,then this is for you. it's the first motorcycle story and the best of all. so sit back and take easy with EASY RIDER!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Thanks Peter, Denis, Jack & Robert!!

    Easy Rider! A great appreciation for the emotions & thoughts for Rock music & Freedom to live, you gifted to us in our still lasting teenage years, through your perfoming in this Unique Movie!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Seeing the IRONY is the key to enjoying and understanding the film.

    NO NO...NO. This is not a ''biker movie'' or a Harley movie. It is a great film because it is/was a modern update of... THE WESTERN. Billy and Wyatt (get the names?)cross John Ford's America on their ''horses''(one gets a flat changed in an endearing scene as a horse gets reshoed next to it in a barn)and learn that what Jack's character says is very likely to be true, ''this USED to be a really great country.'' Everything the public at large has come to think that this film stands for is shown for the sham it really is. The film's main points are exactly opposite of what people think they remember the film being about. Hard drugs become mainstream and are part of the end of the idealistic '60s. Billy and Wyatt score the big score and go to Florida to retire, getting high along the way, and too late does Fonda realize they have wasted their lives. Acid trips turn nightmarish. Hippies in communes are starving. The movie says, yes, it would be nice if we could all just drop out and be free and peace and love and all that stuff...but you are totally naive if you believe in that dreamland. The film's score and lyrics are also used intellegently to underscore the irony and become characters themselves. The editing and jump-cuts are inventive and quite welcome in our modern independent film crazy time.

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