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William Morgan Sheppard
Mediocre flick that combines Sci-Fi with Fast and Furious. I can't say that it bored me but the story is a bit of a wacky thing. Then it's pure Sci-Fi and then it's pure a chase flick between muscle cars.
Steeling cars is the job they have to do but there are also lenses used to be placed in your eye so you can see what is happening with your friends. It's the combination of both worlds that makes it a bit weird to watch. The acting is above mediocre and especially the beginning with the Mustang and the motorcycles is worth watching. From there on it's the same story like Fast and Furious and the forbidden love thing.
It's worth seeing for the muscle cars being used, if you dig Sci-Fi forget it, there are better things out.
Gore 0,5/5 Nudity 0/5 Effects 2/5 Story 2,5/5 Comedy 0/5
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