Synopsis: Wanted by the Chinese mafia, a young New York City bike messenger down on his luck, who just wants to do good, escapes into the world of parkour after meeting a beautiful stranger and her group of Parkour trainers that get him involved in a criminal delivery service for extra money.
Genre: Action, Crime, Drama
Director(s): Daniel Benmayor
Production: Lionsgate Films
  2 nominations.
Rotten Tomatoes:
94 min

Lafayette Courier.

Got it. Thank you. Bye-bye.

Cam! Have you seen Cam?

Cam! Where in the hell is he?

Cam, where you at, buddy? Damn!

Cam! Uptown express, okay!

- Are you okay?

- Yeah. I'm fine.

Hey, you! Come back here.

Sorry about your bike.

Come back here!



You want your check or not?


Lonnie, I need more runs.

Cam, I'm happy to help you out,

but you need a bike first, man.

Got a friend that can loan you one?


keep your head up.

Hey, hey, hey, hey! Hey!

- What?

- Where you been hiding?

Whatcha got there, Cam?

- Nothing.

- Nothing?

Okay, so what?

You forget about us or what?

No, no, no, I didn't... I didn't forget.

I just... I didn't have it. I just got that.

Okay. Well, what else you got?

- Come on.

- Come on, man.

Are you serious?

I am serious.

- What is that, $9.00?

- Yeah, $9.00, probably.

- Where's all your money going, man?

- To you guys!

You came to us for a loan, right, Cam?

You accepted our terms. 1500.

- On the first of each month, every month.

- I know. I know. I know. I'm sorry.

I... I'm sorry I missed a payment.

It won't happen again.

No, it won't. Now. Sign this please.

Jerry, I owe somebody rent.

Don't you wanna...

And what, you think

I'm doing this for fun?

- No, I c...

- This is my job, Cam, okay?

I got a boss just like you got a boss.

Now just sign it, okay?

This is the second time

you've been late.

And... that makes us...

What's that make us?

- Nervous.

- Nervous. See?

- Yeah.

- Hu is nervous.

So, you owe us $15,000.

And just don't miss another payment.

I won't.

- Don't miss another payment.

- I know.

- You good, buddy?

- Yeah.

- Yeah?

- Yeah.

- You all right?

- Yeah, I'm good.


Where's your bike?

I... I hit a pothole.

It looks like you got bigger problems.

Let's get in here.

All right.

When are we gonna go for a ride?

Car's still broken, buddy.

I haven't had time to work on it.

And I don't have the money

or the parts I need.

Maybe you ought to sell it.

- Yeah, maybe.

- Joey?

All right, you're good to go.

- Thanks a lot, Cam.

- You're welcome.

I told you to give Cam his space.

- Chill-lax, Mom. It's all gravy.

- Chill-lax?

- Sorry about that.

- Don't worry about it. He's a good kid.

Hey, Ang.

Can I talk to you for a second?

I'm gonna be a little late

on the rent this month.

I'm sorry. I'll get it to you

as soon as I can.

I know you're good for it,

but I'm having a tough month.

- Try your best, please, Cam?

- I know. I will.

Thank you.

- Yeah?

- You coming in today or not?

What are you... what are you talking about?

Do you not remember?

What do you want me to do

with your new bike, then?

What new bike?

The one your girlfriend dropped off

for you this morning.

I don't have a girlfriend.

- Hey!

- What do you want?

- To... to say thank you.

- For what?

What do you mean for what?

For the bike you got me.

You're welcome.

Do you...

How did you learn how to do parkour?

What, did I say it wrong?

- I gotta go.

- Wait, what's your name?

- Do you ride?

- No. A bike's a ball and chain.

Oh, yeah? All right.

Well, you know, anybody can...

hop up and climb this thing.

I'd like to see that.

All right. You got it.

Maybe you should stick to the bike.

Screw it.

I'm Cam.


You want to show me something else?

- You gotta learn how to see.

- I can see just fine.

If you want to vault the car, don't look

at the car, look where the car isn't.


Whoa, hey! How did you get over there?

Nice to meet you, Cam.

Who are you?

- What are you doing here, Dylan?

- I'm just looking out for you, Nicks.

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