Synopsis: Biker Cary Ford is framed by an old rival and biker gang leader for the murder of another gang member who happens to be the brother of Trey (Ice Cube), leader of the most feared biker gang in the country. Ford is now on the run trying to clear his name from the murder with Trey and his gang looking for his blood.
Genre: Action, Comedy, Crime
Director(s): Joseph Kahn
Production: Warner Bros. Pictures
  4 nominations.
Rotten Tomatoes:
84 min

Fixed For Screener-Version By Pacman

Fast bike, huh?

Yeah, sometimes.

Want me to fill it up?

I'm not here for the gas.

You can keep an eye on it for me.

Leave it on the road, guys.

That stunt almost cost me my ride, boy.

- You were in my way. I was in a hurry.

- Well, now you'll be late.

Hey! Get your dirty little punk ass

off my car.

What is it about driving cars

that makes you all such assholes?

Can you do something

about these dirty windows?

Five bucks.

Make it 10.


Buckle up.

Well. It didn't take long

for you to find trouble.

Step up. I'm running

a two-for-one special today.

Special, huh?

Can I get fries with that?

Because I'm hungry as hell.

- What's up, Ford? How you doing, boy?

- Good to see you, man.

- Wish I could say the same for you.

- Welcome home.

Thanks, man.

Val, Dalton. Late as usual.

Dude's gone six months in Thailand without

a word and now he's busting our chops.

Since when did you get so sensitive?

I got a rally to get to.

You must be in a hurry to die.

Henry James and his boys aren't gonna be

as happy to see you as we are.

- You were on the run. Why you back now?

- I gotta make things right.

I couldn't stop thinking about her.

- And here I thought it was all about us.

- Look...

...this is my mess, not yours.

You don't have to make this run.

- We can't let you have all the fun.

- You're gonna need us.

Yes, I am.

Still know how to ride that thing?

We'll have to race

the twisties to find out.

Ford, what the hell are you doing?

I don't want to miss that look

on your face when I blow past you.

What the...?

- We got company.

- Out of my way, punk!

What's his problem?

I got him!

- Your ass is mine.

- Let's go, punk.

Come on, what you got?

- You like that?

- Bring that piece of shit on.

I'm burning, I'm burning.

- Relax!

- You should've let him burn!

He could've killed us!

Hey, punk, we ain't done yet.

Move out of the way.

Let's see if this guy fights

as bad as he rides.

- Walk away.

- You got loud pipes...

...but you ain't saying nothing!

You ain't gonna like how this ends.

It's your turn to burn, white boy.

What's up, J? Drop something?

Just taking care of some business, T.

Ford. I heard you was up in Indochina

eating sushi and shit.

- I thought sushi came from Japan.

- I know where sushi come from, nigga.

I ain't even talking to you.

You know I could smash you right now.

You and your little tricycle friends.

But I'm gonna give you a pass.

Consider it a welcome-home present.

Under one condition. Somebody gonna

give my brother a new bike.

- I want his bike.

- I ain't giving you shit.

There's only one way

you're getting one of these bikes.

I know you been gone a long time, Ford.

But not long enough to forget

who run things around here.

I hate to see you end up as Dojo's dinner.

Trey. One-time.

Probably not a good time

to be feeding Dojo anything, huh?

Get that bike from you later.

Hey, officer, how's it going?

Beautiful day today.

- What are you waiting for?

- What you think?

Go show these boys how to ride.

- How about a ride?

- This thing might be too much for you.

- We'll never know till I'm on it.

- All right, you too.

It's not that I don't enjoy your company.

Just be gentle with him.

- Nice bike.

- Nice ass.

Got a name?


Ford. What's he doing here?

Forecast for today:

sun, sun and more sun.

Highs 94 to 103.

Don't forget your sunscreen, folks.

Southwest winds 10 to 15 miles per hour,

with locally higher gusts.

Be with you in a second.

Looking for something in particular?

Yeah, you got one of them seats in a pink

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