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Director-cowriter Koepp fills this film with so many whizzy visual flourishes that we might not notice that the plot itself is utterly ridiculous. But as we laugh at every inane twist and turn, the energy is infections as the camera seems to fly right through busy New York City traffic as if we're riding the bicycle right along with the characters, seeing every potential danger spot from their perspective. And it's an adrenaline-pumping ride.

Our hero is Wilee (Gordon-Levitt), who gave up his law studies to become a daredevil courier who believes brakes are for sissies. So it doesn't seem too much to accept a job to carry an envelope for a friend (Chung) from one end of Manhattan to the other. But he's immediately accosted by frazzled cop Bobby (Shannon), who so desperately wants to get his hands on that envelope that we think his buggy eyes might explode. But Wilee is a clever biker determined to do his job, and as the cat-and-mouse chase travels down through the city, drawing in a tenacious bicycle cop (Tveit) and some nasty gangsters, Wilee gets help from his colleagues (Ramirez and Parks).

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Picture - Anthony Chisholm , Thursday 24th May 2012

Anthony Chisholm Thursday 24th May 2012 Opening night party for the Off-Broadway play, 'My Children! My Africa!' at the Signature Theatre.

Picture - Ruben Santiago-Hudson and Anthony Chisholm , Thursday 24th May 2012

Anthony Chisholm - Ruben Santiago-Hudson and Anthony Chisholm Thursday 24th May 2012 Opening night party for the Off-Broadway play, 'My Children! My Africa!' at the Signature Theatre.

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