Born Wild

Synopsis: After being released from prison for the murder of a fellow biker; CJ returns to his hometown to confront his former gang. However; he arrives to find that the past is not forgotten easily; and now they are out for blood.
Genre: Drama
Director(s): Dustin Rikert
  1 nomination.
105 min


[ Buzzer Sounds ]

[ Objects Sliding ]

[ Chattering ]

[ Sighs ]


It's time.

- Open number two.

- [ Buzzing ]

[ Handcuffs Clicking ]

[ Men Chattering ]

Good luck.

Have you sign there.

There you go.

Will you, uh,

mail those for me?


The mail drop is for inmates only.

This one come in this mornin'.


- [ TV:
Male Reporter Chattering ]

- Oh, thanks.

[ Sighs ]

You, uh,

got a razor?


[ Whispering ] F*ck.

[ Shower Running ]

[ Hard Rock ]

Here you go.


No problem.

Not a local, are ya?

How's that?

You're not one of 'em?

So, are you just passin' through town?

Somethin' like that.

Yep. Well...

It seems it's always that way.

People goin' somewhere else besides here.


you just let me know if

you need anything else.

[ Whispering ] Hey there.

[ Whispering ] Hey.


How you doin'?

I'm okay.

Yeah? It was nice last night.

Yeah, it was.

I gotta go, C.J.

My kids'll be up soon. [ Inhales ]

[ Voice Quavering ] Maybe

I'll see you again sometime.

I don't think so.


Do you mind if I wear this?


[ Sniffles ]

[ Banging On Door ]

[ Banging Continues ]

How's it goin', C.J.?

Figured you'd show up.

Sooner or later.

- Drink?

- No.

- So, how was lockup?

- You've been there.

You tell me.

He your latest and greatest?


He's a good boy. Best we've had

riding with us since you went down.

So, how was that titty bar?

They got some fine pussy in

there for a local dive. Am I right?

[ Chuckles ]

This is how it's gonna go down, Billy?


this is not personal.

This is strictly business.

I-I know I should've never

let it go on this long.

- I guess I was hopin'...

- You were hopin' what?

Somebody done it for you on the inside?

- Huh? Well, they tried.

- You know me plenty damn good, man.

I got no choice!

I took a lot of heat for you

when the shit hit the fan, man.

You killed one of us.

- Caused a big fuckin' mess, man.

- I never ratted you out.

- Or anybody else. Not once.

- I know. I know.

And that's good. Really good.

It's just that...

sometimes you gotta do shit you don't like.

[ Grunting ]

- [ Wheezing ]

- Listen to me.

It ends here, Billy.

I'm gonna walk out that door,

and I'm never gonna look back.

- Fuckin' do it!

- Shut up!

- You gotta forget I ever existed, man. Look at me.

- [ Crying ]

Look at me!

I'm leavin', man.

But you can't follow me. All right?

'Cause if you do, I gotta fuckin' kill you.

- [ Crying Continues ]

- Okay?

[ Dog Barking ]

Hey, Russ?

- C.J.? [ Chuckles ]

- Been a while.

- It's just me.

- Thought maybe there were...

- some of them, you know...

- No.

Not anymore.

So, uh, how's everything?

[ Chuckles ] Better than

some, worse than others.

Can't complain.

So, um, all good with you?

Gettin' out and all?

So far.

You know, I, um... [ Clears Throat ]

think a lot about them summers I

spent with you and Aunt Mildred.

Miss your mama.

I'm sorry you weren't

there when she passed.

- Yeah.

- [ Clears Throat ]

So, um, guess we should

get to it then, huh?

Um, got your boots and some

clothes in those boxes right there.

[ Sighs ]

Been motorin' it since the day you left.

Got the oil changed, uh,

started her up from time to time.

Everything's up to date,

just like you asked.

She's street-legal and all.

Money you sent, um, worked out just fine.

[ Chuckles ] Even got myself

a pint or two as a tip.

[ Chuckles ]

[ Sighs ] Anyway...

- Here's the key.

- Thanks.

Man, I just love your bike, you know?

What I wouldn't do to

own somethin' like that.

Someday. [ Chuckles ]

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William Bradford Shockley Jr. (February 13, 1910 – August 12, 1989) was an American physicist and inventor. Shockley was the manager of a research group at Bell Labs that included John Bardeen and Walter Brattain. The three scientists were jointly awarded the 1956 Nobel Prize in Physics for "their researches on semiconductors and their discovery of the transistor effect." Shockley's attempts to commercialize a new transistor design in the 1950s and 1960s led to California's "Silicon Valley" becoming a hotbed of electronics innovation. In his later life, Shockley was a professor of electrical engineering at Stanford University and became a proponent of eugenics. more…

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