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Torque 2004

Biker Cary Ford is framed by an old rival and biker gang leader of another gang, who happens to be the brother of Trey, the leader of the most feared biker gang in the country. Ford is now on the run trying to clear his name from the murder - with Trey and his gang baying for his blood.

Starring:
John Ashker, Max Beesley
Runtime:
1 hour, 20 minutes

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Product Details

Genres Thriller, Action & Adventure
Director Joseph Kahn
Starring John Ashker, Max Beesley
Supporting actors Dane Cook, Ice Cube, John Doe, Gichi Gamba, Lance Gilbert, Martin Henderson, Jay Hernandez, Will Yun Lee, Faizon Love, Justina Machado, Monet Mazur, Hayden McFarland, Christina Milian, Kinga Philipps, Jaime Pressly, Nichole Galicia, Matt Schulze, Harry Anthony Shelley
Studio Warner Bros.
BBFC rating Suitable for 15 years and over
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Format: DVD
Most people will take this film seriously and say its crap because it is unreel, flawed, has crap acting and stunts that simply are not possible. While this may be true, it doesn't mean that the film is not an enjoyable one. So if you are one of those serious people, then i would advise you not to watch this, but you if just want to watch something cool with a couple of mates on a satarday night, then this would be a great choice. Recommended if you like slick action or enjoyed the fast and the furious!
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Format: DVD
I reject the notion that a dumber film will be released in 2004. I just don't think it's possible that one year can hold two films this remarkably stupid. Yes, I know it's early, and yes, I know that the world is not safe so long as Freddie Prinze the second is still receiving scripts, but I doubt something will trump Torque in the department of sheer stupidity. Torque is Gigli on wheels, or if you prefer, Whigli.

Hoping to build off the incredible momentum of Biker Boyz...uh huh...Ice Cube pairs with Martin Henderson (The Ring) to race motorcycles in the hot California sun. How keen it would be if Dom DeLuise and Jamie Farr (and perhaps Roger Moore!) would join them on their quest. Believe it or not, adding some of the more shameful aspects of The Cannonball Run really wouldn't ruin Torque, so why the hell not? At least it would show more imagination than is there now.

Of note is Monet Mazur. She's cute, but that's not why she's noteworthy. In the film, she sports a t-shirt with the world famous Rolling Stones logo. Her dad is the original artist of said logo. Yeah, that's about all you'll learn watching Torque. Oh, and her middle name is Happy, and she's in a band called Nancy Raygun. Even still, that ephemera is of far greater value than the 80 minutes of Torque.

The scary thing is, rather than letting the bikes rev for most of the movie, there is actually a plot, as silly as it is, involving murder, betrayal, and, of course, a motorcycle race against time.

I won't even waste more of your time - or mine, which is really the issue here, belaboring the point. No matter how quick the super motorcycles in Torque are, they couldn't move the flick fast enough for me. What a dreadful way to spend an evening
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Format: DVD
As a biker, I found this beyond cringeworthy.

Where do I start? Well, for starters, none of the so-called stunts in this film are possible. You cannot ride a street tyred superbike across rutted desert at 100 mph while talking on a mobile phone through a crash helmet. You can't do a rolling stoppie on a metal roofed train after "jumping" from ground level onto it. You can't hold a conversation with your riding buddy along side you through crash helmets at 100 mph, you can't....oh, what's the use?

You expect a certain amount of "dramatic license" in any Hollywood action film, but if they'd replaced the wheels on the bikes with anti-gravity miracle material and made them fly it wouldn't have been any less credible.

Acting is dire, the characters so shallow and derivative that you find yourself hoping they all get shot, and the plot could have been written by my dog.

Avoid this rubbish at all costs.
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Format: DVD Verified Purchase
This 2004 movie opens to a high speed car race that ends in a fight with biker Cary Ford [Martin Henderson]. Cary soon falls foul of two biker gangs, the hellions from whom he stole some bikes that contained drugs and the reapers, having been accused of killing their leaders brother.
This is typical ‘B Movie’ fun which gives up it’s story for over the top bike stunts and doesn’t take itself too seriously, introducing plenty of comic book moments. If you like high octane films such as the ‘XxX’ or ‘Fast and furious’ franchises but with bikes, this may well appeal, especially with the obligatory wet T shirt and car washing cameos.
The single disc opens to main menu featuring play, scene selection, special features [2 commentaries, two storyboards, music video and trailer] and languages [English/German, subtitles English/german/netherlands and English hard of hearing]. If you want action, beautiful girls and great bike stunts, but don’t want to think too much, then this if for you, but just falls short of a *****.
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By The Movie Guy TOP 500 REVIEWER on 1 Jun. 2013
Format: DVD
Nothing like a film to make one feel old and cynical. Cary Ford (Martin Henderson) is a cliche Hollywood biker without a mark on his face and all his teeth, even though he fights 2 guys in every scene. All the biker chicks have hard bodies, a thin waist, and temporary tattoos. Cary was on the lam for six months in Asia, hiding out from the law and other bikers who want to kill him. He returns to the states and decides to visit his old haunts and hang out where they can easily find him, as if there is only one biker bar in the world.

With Ice Cube in the film, the acting is taken down a notch as he pretends he is a Mr. T tough guy. Monet Mazur plays the eye candy girlfriend. Cary tries to prove his innocence. Plenty of bike scenes with afterburners, cars with 5-6 overdrive gears, vehicles that bump on the highway that don't get damaged, bikes that get laid down and never get scratched...all to a soundtrack that makes you long for Miami Vice.

I have outgrown these types of films, especially when there is nothing about the film to grab me and hold my interest. This has all the glitz of a kids movie.

Parental Guide: Adult language, N-word, no sex, no nudity.
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