Buster and Billie


Action / Crime / Drama

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 91%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 91% · 250 ratings
IMDb Rating 6.9/10 10 962 962


Top cast

Robert Englund as Whitey
Pamela Sue Martin as Margie Hooks
Jan-Michael Vincent as Buster Lane
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912.35 MB
English 2.0
24 fps
1 hr 39 min
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1.65 GB
English 2.0
24 fps
1 hr 39 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by ethylester 8 / 10

crying and crying

If you are at all sensitive or a person who cries at movies, do not watch this unless you have prepared yourself with a box of kleenex and only the closest of friends who you know will not make fun of you. (or watch it alone.)

I first watched this movie at a time when I was having "boy troubles" and the object of my desire happened to look exactly like Jan Michael Vincent, the star of this movie (yeah, he was hot). This just added to the pain.... I bawled my eyes out for about 10-15 whole minutes AFTER the movie had already ended and was turned off. I wept so loudly and couldn't control my crying eyes whatsoever. My housemates laughed at me, but it was an affectionate laugh. They had also been affected by the movie, but not to my extent. The story is SO SAD. SO SAD!!! The saddest story EVER!

As much as I loved the movie, I will never watch it again, even though I taped it. It is just too sad and I don't want to go through all that bawling and crying again.

This is most emotionally draining, saddest movie I have ever seen. Be prepared to cry your eyes out with this one.

Reviewed by ptb-8 6 / 10

full frontal JMV

How's that full frontal scene with JMV walking towards the camera! The audience at the cinema that session went absolutely ballistic as they realised has taking it ALL off and was about to display the full monty python! It was an audience of 18 year olds and they were just blown out of their seats, so to speak. Then of course, we all settled down to the awful raping and the usual bashing and walked out crying. A big surprise in its day and a lot of peoples almost favourite teen experience movie. Also a good JMV film and a great memory of 70s cinema. Probably his best along with BIG Wednesday in 1978. Incredible to know JMV is now over 64 years old and not in good health. He was then, and is still so popular and well remembered.

Reviewed by florida87 8 / 10

Someday They Will Remake This JMV Flick!

First, if you are going to see this flick, do not see an edited version on TV, see the uncut video version (if there is one, which I doubt). I don't want to sound like a copycat of Matchstick's review but I wanted to write about when I saw this flick first (and only one time since). I was 10 years old, my family situation was a horrific mess that summer of 74. I was actually living with people I had never met before (not even distant relatives) who were taking care of me for the summer and it was a screwed up time needless to say (although thank God they were good (?) people). They took me along with them to see a double feature of Buster and Billie and Easy Rider, in that order. Man what a movie to watch at 10! Well, I guess nowadays kids are exposed to more adult stuff but I'm glad it was run before Easy Rider cause man I was noddin off on my own trip when those cats were in New Orleans! After the films were over you should have seen the looks those adults who brought me in to the movies got when people saw that I was watching both those films! Spoilers... I definitely remember the skinny dipping and the full frontal stuff (Jan Michael from what I remember didn't suffer from the George Castanza "shrinkage" from the water, lol only in the movies right, guess thats the difference between the Big and little screen, eh?), and the double murder in the bar (or was it a triple?) caught the entire audience by surprise I think. Classic Ending that really made the movie special too. Highly recommended in the uncut version, (probably not a wise choice to show a 10 year old, but I think I turned out OK despite it).

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