Torque

Theatrical Release: January 16, 2004
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Synopsis

In this high-speed and nearly nonstop action adventure film, veteran biker Cary Ford (Martin Henderson) sees some motorcycles that he likes and takes them. He can’t resist a fast bike. The problem is that these bikes are loaded with drugs that belong to Henry (Matt Schulze), the nasty leader of a biker gang called the Hellions. In order to get his property back, Henry kills the brother of the leader (Ice Cube) of another bike gang called the Machine, the most notorious and feared gang in the country. He then frames Ford for the murder. While running for his life from the gangs and the FBI, Ford has to clear his name and prove to the authorities the identity of the real killer. With the aid of a couple close friends and a feisty ex-girlfriend (Monet Mazur), the chase begins.

Dove Review

You can park your brain at the door for this one, which starts with a chase scene, ends with a chase scene and in the middle — you guessed it — more chase scenes with tough-looking guys growling and snarling at each other.Even the quality of the special effects is poor with several action sequences appearing animated as in computer games. Due to bad language, violence (including fairly gruesome fight scenes), sensual content, drug content, and bad morals in general, this movie cannot be awarded the Dove Family-Approved Seal.

Content Description

Info

Company: Warner Brothers
Genre: Adventure
Runtime: 96 min.
Industry Rating: PG-13
Reviewer: Movie Morality Ministries - Alan Boyer