Harley Davidson and the Marlboro Man


Action / Crime / Drama / Thriller / Western

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 22%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 66%
IMDb Rating 6 10 15912


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Mickey Rourke as Harley Davidson
Giancarlo Esposito as Jimmy Jiles
Kelly Hu as Suzie
Tia Carrere as Kimiko
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23.976 fps
1hr 38 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by bkoganbing 5 / 10

Butch and Sundance ride again

Harley Davidson And The Marlboro Man is a film not for the serious and not for the serious minded. This modern version of Butch Cassidy And The Sundance Kid casts Mickey Rourke and Don Johnson as a pair of devil may care bikers who live by their own rules and cross back and forth between the law and being outlaws. Sometimes they blend the line real close.

Because some tight bankers are trying to foreclose on a favorite bar hangout of their's, just for a lark these two decide to rob the bank that's giving them the grief. Just like in Charley Varrick it turns out to be a syndicate front that not only launders money, but keeps the drugs on premises including a new designer drug that these two walk off with the prototype.

I will say that Mickey Rourke and Don Johnson have the same easy going chemistry that Paul Newman and Robert Redford had. They make a somewhat silly plot easy to digest.

Daniel Baldwin of the thespian Baldwin family also looks like he's feasting on the furniture playing the head bad guy. There's a gimmick involving a pair of old and patchworn boots that Don Johnson wears. In that final showdown with Baldwin those boots actually play a part in the climax.

This one is one to enjoy and not get too cerebral over.

Reviewed by Scott LeBrun 6 / 10

Undemanding fans of "buddy" action comedies may dig it.

Mickey Rourke and Don Johnson are the title characters, an outlaw biker and former rodeo cowboy, respectively. Harley rides his bike back to L.A. in a slightly "futuristic" year (1996) to hook up with old pals such as Marlboro, Jimmy (Giancarlo Esposito), Jose (Eloy Casados), Jack (wrestler Big John Studd), and their father figure (Julius Harris), who runs the Rock 'n' Roll Bar and Grill. It's about to be foreclosed by a greedy bank, so Harley gets the bright idea to hold up that same bank for the money. However, the take is not money but a new street drug, "Crystal Dream". Harley and Marlboro must spend the rest of the movie dodging persistent muscle men who represent the villain, Chance Wilder (Tom Sizemore).

This movie is not so much blatant product placement (as the opening text tells us), as it is a fairly goofy, mildly amusing action thriller. There's nothing special here, but the pace, the costumes (dig those bulletproof overcoats on the thugs), the soundtrack, the solid supporting cast, and the rapport between Rourke and Johnson make it all watchable enough. Screenwriter Don Michael Paul does give our two leads some good character defining moments, as well as a romantic angle as Marlboro realizes that he's about to lose his girlfriend Virginia Slim (Chelsea Field) for good. Although this movie does get grim and pretty violent, it's still not something to take all that seriously. It sure as Hell doesn't worry about things such as credibility.

Field at least has some material to work with, but the other super sexy ladies present (Vanessa Williams, Tia Carrere, and Kelly Hu) barely get anything to do. The cast also includes familiar faces such as Daniel Baldwin (as the primary henchman), Robert Ginty, Branscombe Richmond, and Sven-Ole Thorsen, with old pro Harris standing out. Sizemore is okay, but his bad guy role lacks any sort of personality or real threat. One funny touch is that Rourkes' Harley is NO good with a gun.

Unmemorable, but it's decent brainless fun for 99 minutes.

Six out of 10.

Reviewed by Scott Dube 2 / 10


The film is not good. Harley takes 47.75 minutes to reload a six shot revolver and keeps shaking the darn thing around. Don Johnson has shown me who Mathew McChounahay or however the hell you spell his name truly wants to be. Baldwin's acting in the sketchy somehow magically bulletproof pervert flasher style trench coat is horrendous. This movie I watched as a comedy it was horrible and actually ticked me off while I was watching it. If you would like to ruin somebodies day than please have them watch this. I was excited because I love older movies but I have no interest in this one. I am writing this last line because I needed more text. -Enjoythe movie :)

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