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Review Tracers (2015): Lautner can move but still has the personality of a rock

genre: action



Tracers is a prime example of how not do an action movie. First of all an action movie should be about the action and nothing else. I am not watching one for the story or the drama or whatever. It's nice to have it included next to the action or if it complements it. But other then that don't even try. Especially if you don't have solid actors present then for god sakes don't let anyone act. Let's face it, Taylor Lautner has no personality whatsoever. Sure he his physical abilities are admirable and he might be good looking but what else does he has to offer? There are many scenes where they attempt in making Lautner's character interesting (can't even remember his name and can't be bothered to look it up). I say attempt. Because they could make him a serial killer, eating his victims one screen and still you would manage to fall asleep. Which leaves us with a very few action scenes that never ever get really exciting. Tracers is proof that despite what people think that action is not so easy to do. People like Sylvester Stallone and all those Eighties and Nineties action stars were skilled in bringing out the best themselves in service of the action. The plots never really mattered but they were exciting and fun as hell. Tracers is not fun. It's tedious and boring. My main draw was the Parkour. But you are better of watching Banlieue 13 and Yamakasi. Those films show how to properly how to implement parkour and make it exciting. Tracers does the exact opposite. Don't waste your time with this.

In short: Tedious and boring, don't waste your time with this.


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