Road Rash Reviews

Tracers Review***--

Cert 12 | 94 mins | 2015

tracecover3 Star. Fast and Furious in Plimsolls. 

From the writer of Into the Blue, Matt Johnson, comes the story of a young man who has had a series of personal problems. Director Daniel Benmayor (Paintball) comes up with some ingenious filming shots as I’m sure parkour isn’t the easiest thing to film as the stunts are death defying.

tracecamCam, Taylor Lautner (Twilight, Saga) is a hard working cycle courier riding the mean streets of New York through the traffic, dodging taxis and slipping down alleys to get his charge to it’s destination as quickly as possible.

But there is a new breed in town, “bouncing tracenikkininjas” and this literally impacts on Cam’s life as Nikki (Marie Avgeropoulos, Hunt to Kill) lands on him, leading to the destruction of his bike.

tracecollisionWith no bike, Cam can’t earn any money to pay for the rent of his garage apartment or the debt of $15,000 he owes to the Chinese Mafia (story element).

When he gets a call from his boss, Cam is surprised as a new bike has been supplied by “his girlfriend”. Intrigued Cam races back to work and also checks tracestairsout the parkour hot spots in central park. Impressed with their skills, Cam gives it a painful tracemillertry until he gets the attention of Nikki’s group of free runners. With practice and plenty of chasing Nikki he is accepted into Miller’s (Adam Rayner, The Task) group of specialist couriers.

tracecarHe is earning money but not fast enough for the Chinese as they possess his precious fathers car and give him just 2 weeks to come up with $10,000.

This leads up to Miller’s big job that will secure Cams safe future and his GTO, a fine outcome if there ever was one.

A fun film that you’ll want to watch again, just don’t try this on your streets.

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DirectorDaniel Benmayor
GenreAction, Crime, Drama
StarringTaylor Lautner, Marie Avgeropoulos, Adam Rayner, Rafi Gavron, Luciano Acuna Jr.
Available to buy on : Own it on DVD
Category: dvd, Review