The Bikeriders

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THE BIKERIDERS captures a rebellious time in America when the culture and people were changing. After a chance encounter at a local bar, strong-willed Kathy (Jodie Comer) is inextricably drawn to Benny (Austin Butler), the newest member of Midwestern motorcycle club, the Vandals led by the enigmatic Johnny (Tom Hardy). Much like the country around it, the club begins to evolve, transforming from a gathering place for local outsiders into a dangerous underworld of violence, forcing Benny to choose between Kathy and his loyalty to the club.


  • Austin Butler
  • Jodie Comer
  • Tom Hardy
  • Michael Shannon
  • Mike Faist
  • Boyd Holbrook
  • Damon Herriman
  • Beau Knapp
  • Emory Cohen
  • Karl Glusman

Atom User Reviews

4.1 out of 5
Verified Review

Great movie about the a biker gang and its decent to being a fully organized criminal organization and its tragic consequences. I liked the performances of Austin Butler and Tom Hardy.

Victor V
Verified Review

It lacked character development. The story was a little slow. It was okay but not worth going to see at the theater. You can wait until it is streaming

Jena C


Sep 6, 2023

Though the panoply of accents the actors choose could easily fill out a Midwestern grocery store checkout line, there's not a performance here that isn't admirable for its sheer chutzpah. Nichols has assembled an estimable ensemble, and they bring to life the antics and erratic violence of their characters with great authenticity.

Metacritic review by Maureen Lee Lenker
Maureen Lee Lenker
Entertainment Weekly
Sep 6, 2023

The Bikeriders is at its best when it’s a loose look at an inconsequential motorcycle club in ’60s Chicago. In our current era, where real subcultures are generally extinct from the Internet’s monopoly on shaping culture, a straightforward, fun, albeit idealistic look at what public community can offer men would’ve been enough of a statement for audiences to consider.

Metacritic review by Caleb Hammond
Caleb Hammond
The Film Stage