Billy Jack takes on the establishment and brings back Native-American pride in this seminal cult cla
May 2, 2009
Three years have passed since Billy Jack was last seen beating up sleazy bikers and saving a girl from a life of being a "momma". Despite the passage of time, the world is still the same and society hasn't changed. Billy Jack tries to be faithful to his non-violent teachings but he quickly learns that it's going to take a bit of violence to combat violence. His life partner disagrees with him. Now he's a protectorate/guru of the Freedom School, a place were youngster can participate in alternative education. But will his latest actions put the school and his life in jeopardy?
Billy Jack was the second film of the four film series. This one is not as violent as the first film but it's still has it's moments. Sadly it's not edited very well and it tends to drag in several parts. If there were more butt kicking and less pontificating this one would have been awesome. Still it's worth watching just for the Ice Cream Parlor scene. An all time classic. Tom Laughlin should sue Stephen Seagal for stealing his character and making a career out of imitating him.