The Savage Seven
Biker gang leader Kisum (Adam Roarke) loves waitress Marcia Little Hawk (Joanna Frank). Her brother Johnnie Little Hawk (Robert Walker, Jr.), the leader of a group of American Indians disapproves. At various times these two groups are adversaries and allies. The two groups join forces but crooked businessmen scheme to have them at each other's throats again. The theme song "Anyone for Tennis" is by Cream. The Iron Butterfly are heard playing their classic "Iron Butterfly Theme." Producer Dick Clark and director Richard Rush made "Psych-Out" earlier in the year.
- Stars:Robert Walker Jr., Joanna Frank, John Garwood, Larry Bishop, Adam Roarke, Max Julien, Richard Anders, Duane Eddy, Charles Bail, Mel Berger, Billy Green Bush, John 'Bud' Cardos, Susannah Darrow, Beach Dickerson, Eddy Donno,
- Director:Richard Rush,
- Writer:Michael Fisher, Rosalind Ross (story)
Mad bikers storm through an Indian reservation just to have a good ol' time. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Savage Seven torrent reviews
(nl) wrote: Chinese Sherlock Holmes
(it) wrote: terrible acting and a bad script makes this unwatchable. Shame because the directors really know what they are doing
(ca) wrote: The story is interesting, but it's hard to get over how bad this movie is otherwise. The actors aren't good, neither is the directing, editing, etc. It's bad, but not too bad to check out if you don't have anything better to do.
(ru) wrote: The character moments are a bit rushed and the CGI is hit or miss. All of which doesn't deter from the fact that Kung Fu Hustle is a bold and stylish piece of pure outlandish fun.
(au) wrote: pretty nasty... very surprised Bill Nighy and Simon Pegg sowed up in this. The first half is pretty funny but the second half is dominated by vomiting, which gets really old really fast.
(nl) wrote: Entertaining and very touching.
(ru) wrote: (3 stars out of 5) This coming of age movie in summer camp was wrong on so many levels--to the point that it almost came off like a teen smoking propaganda film, the lesbian undertones run rampant throughout, and don't get me started on the romanticized statutory rape storyline. It was also more than a little ironic that the virginal pure-as-snow lead has been repeatedly busted for trying to buy crack and meth only a few short months ago. Matt Dillon also stars as the douchey teen who's trying to get into his female clone-Kristy McNichol's pants. The phrase fucking a mirror comes to mind. It was just creepy. While it may sound like I hated the movie, I didn't, I've seen worse. It was just so bad it was good, you know? This movie is best viewed in a room full of bitchy, witty gay men (and possibly women).
(ag) wrote: One of the lesser-known Hitchcock film, but in my opinion, one of the best.
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(de) wrote: Pathetic - cheap film
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(mx) wrote: Another 'cult classic' that I don't get...