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Fast Track: No Limits, from Axel Sands, apparently has its limits.
Drifting in at 100 minutes, the film's main story line is fitting enough for street racing. The subplots on the other hand, are a mess and under developed. Ultimately, the film leaves that unfilled feeling.
The street racing, while showing some potential, is hampered down by a bunch of below average camera work. The actual races are quite brief as well.
The acting is mediocre at best. Erin Cahill and Alexia Barlier are a delight to the eyes more than anything. Andrew Walker and Joseph Beattie are monotone in nature.
Fast Track: No Limits never puts the pedal to the metal. That should explain it all.
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