This movie should just be called “Parkour”. That’s the main reason to see this film. It’s not a bad movie. It is perfectly fine. I liked Luc Besson’s writing (for the most part) and the action sequences were filmed in a very interesting way. The problem was that after you see the cool parkour parts done by the inventor of parkour himself, David Belle, you won’t see a whole lot of other interesting things. Still, if you like the art of parkour this film has some really good examples of it from the man who invented it. That deserves a look. This was also Paul Walker’s last full film. He was pretty good in this, I just wish it ended up being a little better.
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