This is the original motorcycle movie, starring Marlon Brando as the brooding leader of a biker gang that invades a small town. The film always looked like one of those synthetic Hollywood ideas of subculture life in the 1950s, which means it looks even more artificial today. But it is an actor's piece more than anything, and toward that end Brando's performance really is an important one in the context of his revolutionary reinvention of film acting during that decade. Directed by Lásló Benedek (Namu, the Killer Whale) and produced by the socially conscious Stanley Kramer. --Tom Keogh
I received a wrong DVD which was hard to return = and took so many weeks to do so because of my disabilities, age and weather. Read morePublished 1 month ago by William Griffiths
This is one of the first Marlen Brando films. For that moment, it was a good film, it's explain the beginning of motor gang, and how the autority deal with!!
I thought this movie was great. This picture, witch had a real feel of jazz music through out the whole movie whitch was great to me. Read morePublished on June 2 2010 by Robert Hislop
The entire time length that takes place in this movie is like less than one day. Brando and his Black Rebel Motorcycle Club cronies spend the day being retarded in some bar in some... Read morePublished on July 14 2004 by Sam Roberts
Being a huge Godfather fan, I have been curious since Brando passed away to see more of his films. Caught this one tonight on TMC. Read morePublished on July 10 2004
With this movie Brando became in a icon for all a generation; somehow Brando meant the breakthrough with the past. Read morePublished on July 4 2004 by Hiram Gomez Pardo