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Tracers (2015)

PG-13 | | Action, Crime, Drama | 20 March 2015 (USA)
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Wanted by the Chinese mafia, a New York City bike messenger escapes into the world of parkour after meeting a beautiful stranger.



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Luciano Acuna Jr. ...
Josh Yadon ...
Jerry (as Johnny Wu)
Christian Steel ...
Joey (as Christian Steele)
Sean Rahill ...
Messenger #1
Messenger #2
Skinny Jeans


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 punctuation

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It's not a crime if they can't catch you.

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Rated PG-13 on appeal for some intense violence, perilous action, sexual content and language | See all certifications »

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Nieuchwytni  »

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$11,000,000 (estimated)
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2.35 : 1
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Did You Know?


Tracers wrapped filming on August 1, 2013, and was released in March 2015. In an interview, Taylor Lautner confirms the movie took long to be released due to no initial studio attachment and the "perfectionist" nature of director Daniel Benmayor. See more »


At the start of the final job, the crew gets out of the van at W 35th Street; however, the police scanner that Nikki hears in the van says "shots fired at 231 West 23rd." See more »


Miller: 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.
Cam: I don't know what I'm doing.
Miller: That's the great thing about parkour, my friend. There are no rules.
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References Full Metal Jacket (1987) See more »


Written by Danny Bobbe, Greg Katz, Jon Perry & Harlow Rodriquez (as Harlow Rodriguez)
Performed by La Font (as LA Font)
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An Action Packed Adrenaline Rush!
29 January 2015 | by See all my reviews

Caught up in a dicey loan deal, Cam (Taylor Lautner), a New York bike messenger stumbles into the exhilarating world of parkour when he crashes into Nikki (Marie Avgeropoulos), a beautiful stranger. Quite reluctantly, Nikki introduces Cam to her crew of freerunners who appear to have some shady undercurrents. Desperate to be free of his debt, Cam gets caught up in a criminal world that begins to crumble around him as he struggles to protect that which is most important to him.

The slick parkour adds dynamic flair and physicality to the fight and chase scenes, while the seamlessly captured rhythm of the choreography makes the thrilling action easy to follow. The rapid pace forces you to keep moving forward, not allowing time to look back, much the same as the parkour requires you to constantly consider the next obstacle. The tactile sport serves the gritty aesthetic well and Lautner's ease of ability in the parkour scenes is mesmerising.

Apart from the action, Tracers offers an authentic look at the difficulties faced by people desperate to find their place in the world. The sincerity of the plot enables you to connect with Cam's plight, but the film avoids drowning in it's own drama by not taking itself too seriously. The initial scenes are fun and full of youthful exuberance as Cam hones his new skills, but as the stakes become higher, he must use these skills to stay alive.

Tracers is an action packed adrenaline rush with some gripping twists. Fans of freerunning will appreciate the integration of the sport while action lovers will enjoy a fresh perspective on the genre. There is nothing exceedingly complex to be found here, although the thrilling finale will leave you needing a moment or two to catch your breath.

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