Tracers (2015) - Action, Crime, Drama

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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.

IMDB: 5.6
Director: Daniel Benmayor
Stars: Taylor Lautner, Marie Avgeropoulos
Length: 94 Minutes
PG Rating: PG-13
Reviews: 10 out of 52 found boring (19.23%)

One-line Reviews (51)

TRACERS is another boring, kid-friendly thriller set on the bustling streets of New York.

The film starts off brightly, gets dull very quickly, the plot is mundane and even the Parkour can get repetitive.

The only time Tracers became riveting was about an hour into the movie and then shortly after that chase and shoot out scene the pacing started to dry up again, they should have spent more time in the editing room and cut some scenes or make new scenes.

I found the movie very predictable, to be honest.

In all aspects of parkour this movie was really correct and entertaining visually.

The most dramatically intense scene occurs when something happens to a car that hasn't run in a very long time.

It is disappointingly tepid when it is classified as an action thriller but if you are able to overlook at its classified genre, it may be worth a watch on a rainy and boring day.

It was painfully boring.

There is a lot of parker action throughout the movie, some criminal activity that keeps it exciting, with some love triangle drama on the side.

Ultimately it's a forgettable movie but it's worth watching once.

I was napping while they were running, action in this movie is predictable.

A predictable love triangle story, an absurd semi plot-twist about the group, and a big heist that goes terribly wrong round out the ridiculous plot.

An Action Packed Adrenaline Rush.

First-class boring.

There is a couple of predictable scenarios, but the twist about their "leader" was unexpected.

It is a nice movie for seeing at home, if you are bored.

This film is original, fast paced, and brings to light a new action star, who isn't in his sixties or the WWE.

Tracers is only about an hour and thirty three minutes long, if it'd been longer it would have gotten really boring real quick.

There's a lot of jumping, hopping, falling and rolling but it's enjoyable to watch.

The characters are bland and uninteresting.

Tracers is confident when it leaps through obstacles, but the tiresome screenplay and uninteresting personalities prevent it from reaching any plateau.

There's nothing new to the story, if you can call it that, and it's entirely predictable.

Don't waste any time even considering watching this film.

Overall: This might be the worst movie I've watched all year.

Apart from the jumps not very well filmed, i got headache at one point, by the bad camera angles, the movie is slow.

It's really bad story-wise and pretty bad acting-wise, but the parkour actions scenes are entertaining.

Parcour is very interesting and exciting and I doubt that the baddies using it will diminish the art.

The action plot catches up late and it becomes rushed and pointless.

You got to have skills and got to be fit and also like the adrenaline rush you get when doing dangerous things.

My rating was based upon the unpredictable storyline , action shots, good job casting .

Tracers is an action packed adrenaline rush with some gripping twists.

Initially this seemed like an exciting concept, parkour infused robberies.

Later he joins them that changes his fate, but whether he gets the girl or not, that tells with the thrilling story development and some amazing stunts.

It turns out that the movie is just borderline entertaining.

There were plenty of these chase scenes and they did bring some excitement in an otherwise dull movie.

The plot has it's unexpected twist and turns.

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.

This movie is simply a waste of time.

The main character has choices and he constantly makes the wrong ones, and as he explains his mother still lost her house so all of that borrowing money from the wrong people was pointless and resulting in him looking over his shoulder and putting people who he saw as family (his landlord and her kid) in danger.

It has a storyline that is enjoyable and it has the twist which you don't see coming .

The choppy material weighs it down, it could've been much more enjoyable if the film opted for lighter tone.

Pretty much everyone is bland and uninspired.

One of the worst movies I've seen a while .

My main reasons to see this movie, which I expected to be a mess of a story with a lot of jumping around, was to see the jumping around and get some adrenaline in the system.

But after probably 20 minutes into it I got bored, it felt like a never ending YouTube parkour tutorial.

The sub plots to this story are compelling and keep us engaged.

Ultimately though the film, whilst enjoyable, fails to live up to its full potential.

I found this movie as enjoyable as I found his John Singleton directed action thriller Abduction.

The story though is a bit dull.

The pacing of the movie is okay for about half an hour, then it just drags on, of course there was the tired love interest scenario which is extremely cliché and boring, the girl looks like she is 10 years old and even though Taylor Lautner looks young, he still looks too old for her, that romance scenario was just plain awkward.

The story-arc is intriguing throughout the majority, and while there are a few holes, I was left feeling content with the final execution.