Born Losers Reviews

  • Jan 08, 2021

    Loved this movie when I Was 11. Still love it, I'm 65.

    Loved this movie when I Was 11. Still love it, I'm 65.

  • Dec 03, 2017

    The Born Losers is so amazing! Billy Jack fights against a horrible motorcycle gang and eventually wins!! :)

    The Born Losers is so amazing! Billy Jack fights against a horrible motorcycle gang and eventually wins!! :)

  • Oct 09, 2017

    slow movie story about badass bikers. the ending sucked

    slow movie story about badass bikers. the ending sucked

  • Aug 07, 2017

    Pretty cool little lone wolf avenger flick. Tom Laughlin is charming as the brave, defiant bad ass who stands up to a group of thugs to protect girls being raped. The ending has more balls than usual for these types of movies.

    Pretty cool little lone wolf avenger flick. Tom Laughlin is charming as the brave, defiant bad ass who stands up to a group of thugs to protect girls being raped. The ending has more balls than usual for these types of movies.

  • Jul 18, 2017

    A cult drive-in classic

    A cult drive-in classic

  • Sep 07, 2015

    Before Tom Laughlin hit is big with "Billy Jack" that same character had already made an appearance in this film, "The Born Losers." Though Laughlin lacks his trademark straight brim hat, he's still a wandering stranger who's happy to help others seek violent justice. This film lack the irony of "Billy Jack" where he helps a commune of pacifists with bloody violence, which added to that films entertainment value, but it does a good job of making a nasty biker gang quite despicable, which makes Billy Jack's brutal justice all the more satisfying. Jane Russell plays the mother of one of the biker gang's victims and you also get the underrated exploitation actor/director Jack Starrett as Deputy Fred. "Sense and Sensibility" this film is not, but if you are if you're a fan of grindhouse cinema, this one is essential viewing.

    Before Tom Laughlin hit is big with "Billy Jack" that same character had already made an appearance in this film, "The Born Losers." Though Laughlin lacks his trademark straight brim hat, he's still a wandering stranger who's happy to help others seek violent justice. This film lack the irony of "Billy Jack" where he helps a commune of pacifists with bloody violence, which added to that films entertainment value, but it does a good job of making a nasty biker gang quite despicable, which makes Billy Jack's brutal justice all the more satisfying. Jane Russell plays the mother of one of the biker gang's victims and you also get the underrated exploitation actor/director Jack Starrett as Deputy Fred. "Sense and Sensibility" this film is not, but if you are if you're a fan of grindhouse cinema, this one is essential viewing.

  • Jun 25, 2014

    The first of the billy jack series is a solid biker exploitation film. Pretty violent film for 1967 too.

    The first of the billy jack series is a solid biker exploitation film. Pretty violent film for 1967 too.

  • May 15, 2014

    5-15-2014. Better written than Billy Jack.

    5-15-2014. Better written than Billy Jack.

  • Jan 03, 2014

    A pioneer in the vigilante genre. Billy Jack roughs up a biker gang who are bothering girls who look like they'd hang out with Goldie Hawn during her Laugh In days.

    A pioneer in the vigilante genre. Billy Jack roughs up a biker gang who are bothering girls who look like they'd hang out with Goldie Hawn during her Laugh In days.

  • Mar 26, 2013

    Loved Billy Jack. But the message wasn't as good as his later films.

    Loved Billy Jack. But the message wasn't as good as his later films.