It's an almost scene-for-scene remake of Pale Rider, only with motorcycles instead of horses, and the way Lundgren rides off at the end is more reminiscent of High Plains Drifter. Less ambiguous, though. Even the ways the bad guys are eliminated follows Pale Rider very closely. Some of the dialog is delivered like the last-minute stand-in for a part in a high school play, and some of the lines are just poorly written. There's some simple moralizing reminiscent of Billy Jack, and it feels out of place. That said, it's OK for what it is, a B-movie remake of Pale Rider in a modern setting. Interesting that this one is missing the line in Pale Rider "what's a clear conscience worth?", some form of which would have worked better here than what they actually did. If you haven't seen Eastwood's Pale Rider, watch it first. It's a far better movie. This one is OK to kill some time with, I gave it 3 stars. Maybe 2 1/2 would be better.