I can see why Fast and Furious might be a smash as audiences look for escape from a broken economy. All those wheelies and power slides are designed to obliterate thought, not provoke it. Talk about a movie for its time. show more
Succeeds because the action is supercharged in a style that recalls Mel Gibson's apocalyptic classic, "The Road Warrior." The characters are more than cartoonish, and the plot grips the road. But it's Diesel who provides the nitro injection show more
Fast & Furious is the first film since the original to be smart about how far to stretch logic without sacrificing the desired macho swagger and revved-up emotions. show more
this was good it kept up with the original one and had some of the old cast witch i like to see.
Typical Fast and the Furious story. Always involving money laundering of some kind. It does tell the story of the Japanese guy (Hans) and how (I guess) he ended up in Tokyo. Now I know the whole Tokyo scene with Vin Diesel's character and Han.