Wednesday, June 5, 2013

MINI-REVIEW: Fast & Furious 6

Fast & Furious 6

Vin Diesel, Paul Walker


May 24, 2013

Justin Lin

Universal Pictures

2 hours 10 minutes



When the going gets tough, drive cars, and make sure they're fast.  Let's just face it, if you're not a fan of the 'Fast & Furious' franchise, then chances are you won't care for 'Fast & Furious 6.'  If you've followed the franchise with great passion, though, then chances are you'll love this movie until the day you die.  'Fast & Furious 6' picks up immediately after 'Fast Five' ended with Dwayne Johnson's Hobbs finding out that Letty, Dom's old girlfriend, is somehow still alive after being "killed" in the fourth film in the series, 'Fast & Furious.'  At the beginning of this film, Hobbs recruits Dom and his crew for one last job to catch the team that Letty is now a part of a new terrorist team lead by a criminal named Owen Shaw.  As it turns out, Owen is a pretty intelligent mastermind who has plans even when the plans don't go according to his original plan.

If you're looking for a thought provoking, well acted, and intelligent film, then this movie isn't for you.  If you're a fan of non-stop action, some hilarious comedic moments, and an after credits ending that will make the entire audience scream in joy, then 'Fast & Furious 6' is your ideal summer flick.  The action is spectacular to watch on the big screen, and the comedy actually works well with the over the top action.  The acting from the entire cast is good for what the film is trying to be, which is nothing more than a mindless 2 hour action flick with gorgeous women and fast cars.  Honestly, this is a film that I can't wait to see again, whether it's on the big screen or on DVD.  'Fast 6' is high-octane action fun that leaves the fans and moviegoers craving for the next installment.


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1 comment:

  1. With an apparent brief to set a new franchise record for on-screen vehicular mayhem, the film's signature sequence involves the car-crunching daylight pursuit of a tank as it powers down the wrong side of a Spanish freeway. It's magnificently nuts.

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