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Contour (2006)

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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:
Eric Jacobus ... Lawrence Young
Ed Kahana Ed Kahana ... Alfonso de la Rosario
Andy Leung Andy Leung ... Lei Tak
Tyler Wang Tyler Wang ... Renee Wilder
Dennis Ruel ... Ticker
Ray Carbonel Ray Carbonel ... Assistant
Stephen Reedy Stephen Reedy ... Tuoc
Todd Roy ... Ferdinand de la Rosario
Donovan McKendrick Donovan McKendrick ... Chris
Jesse Traugott Jesse Traugott ... Queen de la Rosario
Vlad Rimburg ... Marty
Troy Carbonel Troy Carbonel ... Thug Leader
Tracy Butcher Tracy Butcher ... Alex
Keith Carter Keith Carter ... Stitch
Nick Mastroianni Nick Mastroianni ... Bum


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

Plot Summary | Plot Synopsis


A Tour that will leave you Black and Blue


Action | Comedy | Crime

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for language


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Release Date:

30 July 2006 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Contours See more »

Company Credits

Production Co:

Stunt People See more »
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Technical Specs


Sound Mix:

Dolby SR


Color (NTSC Color)| Color
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Did You Know?


Before production began, Andy Leung broke several bones in his foot. Though he recovered in time for filming, his character was briefly altered to walk with a cane and perform all kicks with the uninjured foot. See more »


Tuoc: Your aim suck!
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80s Hong Kong action resurrected
10 November 2008 | by tatsu2050See all my reviews

I usually can't watch indie movies that have this lifeless cinematography that TV documentaries have, it looks cheap, cold and boring. BUT... Contour went to the action in the first few minutes and there it delivered and kept me watching.

The acting in this movie is not for everyone. These guys are no Oscar-drama actors but they capture the fun and spirit of 80s Hong Kong flicks and the humor, as well in the acting as in the fight scenes, reminded me of earlier Jackie Chan movies. It's like a comic come to life and if you can forgive the horrible editing in the non-fight-scenes and like the cheesy humor you're going to have a great time watching the whole thing.

The fight scenes are just awesome. They use the complete environment around them and go at it with everything they can get their hands on or throw somebody into and they never take themselves too serious. Every actor uses a different fighting style and you see a lot of artistic falling, jumping and kicking out of every possible angle.

This was the first movie of The Stunt People I've seen but after writing this I'll order some more. I think in time this group could become a big name in martial arts movies and I can't wait to see what they will do when the budget becomes a little bit more serious.

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