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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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Eric Jacobus

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Eric Jacobus
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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
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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 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

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A Tour that will leave you Black and Blue

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Action | Comedy | Crime

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Rated R for language
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

30 July 2006 (USA) See more »

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Contours See more »

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Stunt People See more »
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Dolby SR

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Color (NTSC Color)| Color
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Filming of the "Bunny" fight scene was interrupted twice when police arrived at the production site, responding to a report that people were brawling. See more »

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Tuoc: Your aim suck!
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Stuntmen First! Filmmakers.... A Distant Fourth? Fifth?
16 December 2007 | by Nardac BlefscuSee all my reviews

When it comes to amateur martial arts flicks, this is easily top echelon and delivers a shameful thrashing to the craptakular "Dubbed & Dangerous" movies or the truly lousy "Left For Dead." Still, there's no hiding the fact the fact that these guys were more concerned about putting together fights than a decent movie. The film runs waaaaay too long (107m? Come on!), the acting, writing and comedy are dire, the editing is only good when people are kicking each other, and as good as the fight scenes are-- and make no mistake these guys have a tight game-- nothing can hide the fact that you've seen all these moves before, especially if you've been watching martial arts films for any period of time; things are further hampered by the fact that they couldn't afford any collateral damage outside of the occasional broken crate or blood effect so you have fight scenes that build up to not much really. Still, the film is worth watching at least once, just do it with friends and a keg of beer so you have something to do when nobody's fighting and the "Komedy and Laffs" bits stinks up your DVD player.


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