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The Bikeriders | Review by: Luke Elisio

  Written and directed by Jeff Nichols, “The Bikeriders” is a fictional story inspired by Danny Lyon’s photo-book of the same name. Now, if you think that a 100 page book consisting mainly of photographs sounds like it would be a difficult to adapt into a nearly two hour feature film, then you would be correct. Nichols does a great job of capturing the aesthetic of a 1960s American biker gang, but past the surface level visuals this movie doesn’t have much to offer in terms of plot or characters. Majorly lacking on both fronts, “The Bikeriders” is remarkably shallow. It’s like the movie equivalent of watching someone do a burnout. The gas gets revved, the exhaust coughs up a lotto smoke and loud noises, people think it looks really cool…but nothing actually happens. A crime-thriller that features the least amount of crime or thrills I’ve ever seen, this movie cold have easily been edited down to a solid 90 minutes. With just a half hour of runtime left things finally begin to heat up a

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