Once upon a time you would barely hear so much as a "damn" in a movie, even if it was rated PG-13. In fact, the Governator himself had a bit of a send-up to this fact when he was unable to utter certain words because of the film's rating. Of course, that was nearly twenty years ago.
These days, the kid from Third Rock (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) is all grown up, and shows that after attending law school he can... ride a bike through the streets of Manhattan better than just about anyone else, mostly because of the GPS in his head. Strangely, he still needs to use the one on his phone to figure out where he is going when delivering packages.
Nonetheless, when he picks up a package from a former school mate (who still works at their former alma mater), he is thrown into the Asian underworld where money is exchanged for gambling and human trafficking - but those are minor plot points, as it's mostly about the corrupt cop chasing our hero through the streets of NYC while everyone throws out one curse after another.
Plenty of action to see here, and there are few surprises, so the only real question is how in the world does it all work out in the time provided. It takes seemingly forever to cross Central Park, but then seconds for the next sixteen blocks, to say nothing of getting from the crash to the impound lot to the final delivery in under half an hour. But if you can suspend your disbelief and hang in there, it is enjoyable enough.