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Current Rating: 3.91

Current Rating: 3.91

based on 1186 votes and 101 reviews

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  • superb movie for what it was intended to 'showcase', great action; watch it JUST for that! story is so-so, characters are hilarious whether watched in original French with English subtitles or English (dubbed). many had seen opening chase scene in youtube well before this was released awhile ago
  • Very good action movie. If u like action and martial arts u better see this movie..
  • great movie
  • I thought the trailer of this movie shows a futuristic way of containing violent gangs on the street. A good storyline. There is a lot of action but, there is too much violence for me.
  • I really loved this movie !! The dialogue was interesting, I was constantly stimulated.
  • David Belle is my idol, his acting meh, but his level of skill and discipline as a Traceur is unbelievable
  • the movie was actually pretty well done I thought. The parkour scenes were pretty crazy when i first saw them, and you have to see them for yourself to acknowledge what we saw. Only thing was that the plot of the story was i guess kind of thin, but other then hat it was a pretty good overall movie.
  • THAT WAS A FAST FURIOUS AND JUST PURE RUSH OF ADRENALINE.AWESOME STUNTS AND ACTION KEEP YOU ENTARTAINED AS THE ACTING IS WEIRD AS USUAL WITH THE EURO FLICKS.STILL JUST WATCH IT FOR THE TOTALLY ENJOYABLE ACTION SEQUENCES THAT LEAVE US BREATHLESS AND WANTING MORE.pEACE
  • Interesting movie with nice stunts.
  • Great action. Stunning stunts. A great action winner.

District B13

Genre:  Action/Adventure , Sci-Fi/Fantasy | Running Time:  85 min.
Release date:  June 2, 2006 | On DVD/VOD:  September 5, 2006

Current rating: Rating: 3.91
based on 1186 votes and 101 reviews
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Cast: Cyril Raffaelli, David Belle, Tony D'Amario, Bibi Naceri, Dany Verissimo, François Chattot, Nicolas Woirion