The Loveless (1981) 720p YIFY Movie

The Loveless (1981)

The Loveless is a movie starring Willem Dafoe, J. Don Ferguson, and Robert Gordon. Trouble ensues when a motorcycle gang stops in a small southern town while heading to the races at Daytona.

IMDB: 6.10 Likes

  • Genre: Drama |
  • Quality: 720p
  • Size: 1.00G
  • Resolution: / fps
  • Language: English
  • Run Time: 82
  • IMDB Rating: 6.1/10 
  • MPR: Normal
  • Peers/Seeds: 9 / 29

The Synopsis for The Loveless (1981) 720p

Trouble ensues when a motorcycle gang stops in a small southern town while heading to the races at Daytona.


The Director and Players for The Loveless (1981) 720p

[Director]Kathryn Bigelow
[Role:]Willem Dafoe
[Role:]Marin Kanter
[Role:]Robert Gordon
[Role:]J. Don Ferguson


The Reviews for The Loveless (1981) 720p


More Malick than "The Wild One"Reviewed bygmurphy-1Vote: 9/10

Actually, I haven't seen "The Wild One" lately, but just re-watched "The Loveless" on DVD. To my thinking, if you like Terrence Malick's movies, this is like finding a "lost" one, although maybe a little less intelligent. "Rumble Fish" would be another close comparison. This is very worthwhile, as long as you're in the mood for mood. Even though it has a story, that's not really the point.

It's "biker Noir"...not a whole lot of point to it, but very beautiful. And Willem Dafoe is in it, so that's a sure thing. And Robert Gordon, too. One bonus... the bikers are on their way to Daytona, and there's some actual old Daytona footage, when it was races on the beach, on the sand. That's the kind of authenticity this movie brings, capturing things that really don't exist anymore. If you're a fan of getting a glass Coca- Cola bottle out of a machine, this is for you.

The Wild One revisitedReviewed byfilm-review-monthlyVote: 7/10

Kathryn Bigelow made a name for her self as one to watch with this moody loose remake of The Wild One. A gang of bikers rides into a slow back water town for a pit stop to be received by a suspicious town folk. Stylish and very cool Dafoe as the leader of the bikers is charismatic and very watchable. Recommended.

cool little biker movie that favors mood over story, but what mood!Reviewed byQuinoa1984Vote: 7/10

They ride fast and live dirty and cool, that could be a tagline for The Loveless. The characters in this biker gang, who are actually relatively peaceful compared to the people in The Wild One (they aren't that rebellious, but just enough to make an impression), and just want to chill in a small not-quite town until they can go down to Daytona for a big race. But there isn't much to do in terms of hanging out. Sure, they can work on their rides in a local garage, and sure Willem Dafoe's Vance has a ladies-man charm that is uncanny (or just, you know, 'bad boy' style, as we see in an opening scene where he helps an older woman with a flat tire), and sure there's a night of revelry in a bar. But these guys aren't looking too much for trouble, relatively. It's more about how they just want to drink some good booze, listen to their rock and roll, and unfortunately get harassed by rednecks who think their Commies.

I can't really say for Monty Montgomery, as he directed this as his first feature and then went off into producing (save maybe for the connection to Wild at Heart), but as Kathryn Bigelow's first film as co- director it shows so much promise for the rest of her career. And intriguingly it's not quite like her other movies. It's inspired by some of the Wild One, some rock and roll, but in its look and melodramatic shades such as with the girl Vance hooks up with it's akin to Douglas Sirk. It's visual sheen is very 1950's, and it's got guys on bikes who are looking for a good time, and all the actors are cast spot on. Fun to watch as well is one of the bikers played by Robert Gordon, a Rockabilly legend. But it's Bigelow's vision that makes it unique, and perhaps Montgomery's affinity for 50's low-down road culture.

It's hard to pin-point what makes the movie interesting since, frankly, not a whole lot happens. There's the romantic fling Vance has with the girl- a scenario shot with loving close-ups to the girl and a fine look to the motel bed scenes- and there's some doing with the sub-plot of the redneck dudes looking to beat some biker ass. But the tone is what counts here, and what may actually turn off some viewers. There isn't a lot of 'plot' and in some ways, more than any other Bigelow film, resembles a European piece that concerns itself with how these guys move, react, listen to the music (and there's a lot, a close second to American Graffiti in terms of amount of 50's rock tunes, this less recognizable but still as meaningful), and get drunk in a bar with what looks like 100 bottles on a table.

What it comes down to in The Loveless is you can either take the figurative ride with these guys just hanging out, or not. I did, and it was enjoyable once it got me in its grasp. It's never boring though; you always are a little on edge that something *could* happen, and when it does (i.e. the confrontation between the girl's father and Vance) that it reaches a dramatic peak, or of course with the violent climax that could be an homage to Peckinpah. It's just a different kind of biker movie, less concerned with action and more about what it was like to be these guys, or be around them, in a sleepy nothing-town in the mid 50's. If Antonioni made a biker movie and had to have a soundtrack of wall-to-wall rockabilly, it might be this.

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