Tracers Movie

Cam (Taylor Lautner) is a bike messenger in New York City struggling to make ends meet. He rents from a woman, Angie, and her young son. He is accosted by thugs who warn that he has missed two payments on a $15,000 loan. After he crashes his bike when a stranger named Nikki (Marie Avgeropoulos) lands on him, he becomes intent on finding her. Intrigued by the leaps, bounds and physical prowess of parkour (or “tracing”) demonstrated by her and her friends, Cam begins practicing and training. After a particularly daring stunt proves his abilities, Cam is introduced to her crew, a team that uses parkour to pull off heists.

Gang enforcers take Cam’s only remaining family possession. They threaten Angie and her son, and she tells him he can no longer live there. Broke, homeless and desperate to clear his deepening debt to the violent Chinese Mafia, Cam joins the parkour group.

Acting on his attraction to Nikki, he kisses her but she quickly runs off. Later, she comes to him. They have sex on the wall and later move to the roof where hes staying. Cam learns that Nikki is involved with Miller, the cruel mastermind behind the group’s activities, and to whom she owes a debt for him rescuing her brother. Cam reveals that he took the $15,000 loan in attempt to help his mother, who has since died.

Vowing to pay off his debt once and for all and get Nikki away from an impossible situation, Cam joins the group for one last dangerous job. During a robbery gone wrong, one of their own is shot and killed. Cam is arrested but saved by Miller because he is a DEA agent. He tries to convince Cam to remain in the group.

Tracers is an American action drama film directed by Daniel Benmayor and co-written by Kevin Lund, Leslie Bohem, Matt Johnson, Matthew Johnson and T.J. Scott. The film stars Taylor Lautner, Marie Avgeropoulos, Adam Rayner and Sam Medina. The film was released on March 20, 2015.

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Directed by: Daniel Benmayor
Starring: Taylor Lautner, Marie Avgeropoulos, Adam Rayner, Rafi Gavron, Luciano Acuna Jr, Josh Yadon, Johnny M. Wu, Sam Medina, Amirah Vann, Wai Ching Ho
Screenplay by: Leslie Bohem, Matt Johnson
Production Design by: Dan Leigh
Cinematography by: Nelson Cragg
Film Editing by: Peter Amundson
Costume Design by: Jenny Gering
Set Decoration by: Susan Raney
Music by: Lucas Vidal
MPAA Rating: PG-13 on appeal for some intense violence, perilous action, sexual content and language.
Studio: Lionsgate Films
Release Date: March 20, 2015