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Contour (2006)

Video  -  Action | Comedy | Crime  -  30 July 2006 (USA)
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After blowing a big time heist, thug-for-hire Law, must resume his day job as a shady San Francisco tour guide. Before he knows it, Law and his unsuspecting group of tourists are in a race ... See full summary »



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Ed Kahana ...
Alfonso de la Rosario
Andy Leung ...
Lei Tak
Tyler Wang ...
Renee Wilder
Ray Carbonel ...
Stephen Reedy ...
Todd Roy ...
Ferdinand de la Rosario
Donovan McKendrick ...
Jesse Traugott ...
Queen de la Rosario
Vlad Rimburg ...
Troy Carbonel ...
Thug Leader
Tracy Butcher ...
Keith Carter ...
Nick Mastroianni ...


After blowing a big time heist, thug-for-hire Law, must resume his day job as a shady San Francisco tour guide. Before he knows it, Law and his unsuspecting group of tourists are in a race against time to recover a tape that will recue the politically unstable country of Uruvia. Filled with quirky characters, mad cap comedy and hard-hitting martial arts comes the most fun movie since Rumble in the Bronx! Written by Anonymous

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A Tour that will leave you Black and Blue


Action | Comedy | Crime

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Rated R for language


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30 July 2006 (USA)  »

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Director and star Eric Jacobus carried his laptop, camera, and hard drive with him at all times during production. Unemployed at the time, he slept on floors and edited the previous day's footage the following mornings. See more »


Ticker: There's supposed to be 100 million dollars in that little ass briefcase?
Lawrence Young: [pause] It's a check.
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I just witnessed
20 September 2006 | by (geldrop,netherlands) – See all my reviews


and it has Martial Arts in it and the Stuntpeople.


Where to start my review!

First this:

BEST Martal Arts movie since 'Drunken Master 2'!!}

The exciting eyeopening feeling I got, when I first witnessed Jackie doing tons of versatile excellently choreographed fights with big stunts and falls, was the same when I witnessed CONTOUR!

Stuntpeople really outdid themselves. This movie is highly ambitious without being bloated or pretentious. I really liked a lot of the humor especially when it was fight/stunt related. Situation comedy. (not all the dialog humor worked for me, but that's not really a problem, since the movie has tons and tons of action sequences)

The fights! Well, Like I mentioned , they're very versatile! They all have the thick pizza bottoms (from my theory about a good pizza as analogy to a great fight sequence) which results in; hardcore kick-boxing thickness. And they're flavored with excellent toppings. Like - Insane falls Outstanding fight flow WICKED camera-work (the one that follows the gun in the air is INSANE) Original ideas (the 'tied up' fight, the 'flying bats' fight)

The fights are all super fast and TOUGH, even the fights with girls (which usually, without offense, are the slower and nicer parts in MA movies; people tend to be more gentle toward girls, which is kinda natural of course ) So yeah, Tyler did a great job too! (although her fights can't hold up against the superior level of fights like Eric vs Dennis or Ed vs everyone or Eric vs Andy etc. etc.)

I really see Stuntpeople have developed their own unique style which also explains why I think Contour is one of the best all-time MA movies.

It has a background of 80ies Yuen Woo Ping choreography to it, with Sammo Hung kinda stunts and Janusz Kaminski kinda camera-work. That combined makes for this shattering cocktail of groundbreaking fight-scenes.

Forget Ong Bak! This is a movie where EVERYONE counts. I really think Stuntpeople is the best MA team at the moment, because it's very fair; it does not really pick one of the players as the best, it's team choreography! A thing that is sorely missing these days. As I see Eric Jacobus as main choreographer on the list I think this is his most important input in this style of Fight sequences. Everybody shines.

The bloopers where hardcore too.

The bad things: Well I don't really need to say bad things! I did not fast forward any part! It had so much style, good comedy, witty performances, changing hairstyles in single scenes, and GREAT enthusiasm in it.

You guys are beyond the Hollywood A list, they don't make action like this in Hollywood.

So once again, Props to the entire team Thank you for this good movie and what the future will hold for Stuntpeople.

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