Wanted by the Chinese mafia, a young New York City bike messenger down on his luck, who just wants to do good, escapes into the world of parkour after meeting a beautiful stranger and her group of Parkour trainers that get him involved in a criminal delivery service for extra money. Written by
All of Cam's stunts are performed by Taylor Lautner, himself. See more »
When Cam starts his car for the first time in the garage and then proceeds to throw it into reverse. The car dies. He tries cranking the engine again. Auto cars cannot turn over unless in Park or Neutral. See more »
Hey, there. You must be Cam. Dylan tells me you're new to parkour. He also said you're pretty good. Might have to, uh, work on this jump though. I'm Miller. Pick a fight with gravity before you're ready, you tend to get a beating.
I don't know what I'm doing.
That's the great thing about parkour, my friend. There are no rules.
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It might be unfair to Taylor, but if you've seen Premium Rush (and you should watch that rather than this), you can see he lacks a bit of charisma. Maybe talent, but I'm not going to go that far, he's still young and maybe he finds his way (no pun intended). Unfortunately he's not even close to achieving that here. The story is a mess, the action scenes help a little, but the acting destroys most of it again. They all do look good though.
If that polished look is enough for you and a minimum amount of suspense does the trick, then go ahead and watch this. But the movie does not have enough of everything to keep you occupied or on the edge of your seat. It's all too neat, even when it's gets finally "evil" for a moment. Add clichés and predictability and you have the end result here
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