Amidst the sweeping cityscape of cosmopolitan Hong Kong, an ex-Marine falls in love with a ballerina from China. Against mounting cultural and religious pressure, the two star-crossed lovers risk it all in pursuit of true love.
Stanley J. Orzel
Born To Race is the story of Danny Krueger, a rebellious young street racer on a collision course with trouble. After an accident at an illegal street race, he is sent to a small town to ... See full summary »
John McClane travels to Russia to help out his seemingly wayward son, Jack, only to discover that Jack is a CIA operative working undercover, causing the father and son to team up against underworld forces.
Ryan and other traceurs (parkour practitioners) frequently submit themselves to races through the city organized by Reece, a promoter who makes an Internet gambling fortune off of them while giving them a minuscule amount (if that) in return. With the last race of the season coming up, Ryan decides it's time to secretly break Reece's rule against participants betting on it. Having wagered all he has, the stakes are rudely raised against the racers. Reece's boss, Mr. Frank, has all along been surreptitiously grooming these athletes for a high-stakes death race for the sadistic entertainment of his billionaire gambling buddies. To guarantee every runner's enthusiastic participation, they're abducted, gassed, and fitted with explosive, remote-controlled collars, instilling every lad with a sincere desire to heed the rules and keep his head in the race. Sixty minutes on the clock. Ready, set, go! Written by
I'm about 50 minutes into the movie and I can't get passed their voicing. I mean seriously, it's like they're all reading from the same script as they're going. It's pretty bad. And don't get me started on the girlfriend; she can't even speak proper English. The main character, Sean Faris, I've seen him in multiple other movies and he's done a good job, not so much great, but good job at the roles he's played. Never Back Down, awesome movie IMO, Forever Strong, same deal. But this, OMG, this is movie is completely unbearable.
It takes about 40 minutes for the movie to even take off and at that point, its halfway over with.
The only thing that's keeping me even remotely interested is the fact that I'm a slight fan of Sean Faris and I love Parkour.
Overall, movie is horrible. Horrible Effects, Horrible Voicing. Horrible Actors. Horrible Plot. Horrible Looking 'Hot Chick' etc.
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