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The Fast & Furious 4 [UMD Mini for PSP]

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  • Directors: Justin Lin
  • Format: UMD for PSP
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: 12
  • Studio: Universal Pictures / Boulevard Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: 16 Dec. 2009
  • Run Time: 103 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (159 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B002ZO7M4Q
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 10,801 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)


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Vin Diesel and Paul Walker re-team for the ultimate chapter of the franchise built on speed--Fast & Furious. Heading back to the streets where it all began, they rejoin Michelle Rodriguez and Jordana Brewster to blast muscle, tuner and exotic cars across Los Angeles and floor through the Mexican desert in the new high-octane action-thriller. When a crime brings them back to L.A., fugitive ex-con Dom Toretto (Diesel) re-ignites his feud with agent Brian O Conner (Walker). But as they are forced to confront a shared enemy, Dom and Brian must give in to an uncertain new trust if they hope to out-manoeuvre him. From convoy heists to precision tunnel crawls across international lines, two men will find the best way to get revenge: push the limits of what s possible behind the wheel.


Fast & Furious feels like something of a reunion for the popular franchise. After neither filled out the starring roles in the third film, Tokyo Drift, both Vin Diesel and Paul Walker returned to the franchise for this fourth, and between them managed to power it to become the most successful in the series to date.

With Michelle Rodriguez and Jordana Brewster also returning, Fast & Furious goes back to the streets where the series started, as once-rivals Diesel and Walker face, for the first time, a shared enemy. This, of course, is just the necessary groundwork before all concerned can jump into a series of impressive vehicles and drive them really, really quickly. Which, of course, they do.

It’s brilliantly shot, too, with razor-sharp editing, fast pacing and some outstanding camerawork that leaves you feeling at the very heart of the action. There’s not a great script underpinning it all, and a few more action sequences wouldn’t hurt, but the slower moments are ably carried by the returning cast. It’s hard to work out whether Fast & Furious needed Diesel and Walker the most, or whether the actors themselves needed the film, but marrying them all together really does pay dividends.

Naturally enough, there’s scope left behind for a fifth film, which given the major success that Fast & Furious deservedly enjoyed is no threat whatsoever. It might not be anywhere near the most intelligent film you’ll see in your life, but it’s a movie that knows what it wants to do, and has a great deal of fun doing it. More, please… --Jon Foster

--This text refers to the DVD edition.

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4.5 out of 5 stars

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By dmac9 on 12 April 2010
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
One for the collection this. I am actually a fan of the franchise and have enjoyed what the series has offered. Not so hung up on the third installment but this fourth version has amended for it. Never in the running for any oscar nominations this movie was only going to do what it said on the box and offer up a colourful and entertaining thrills & spills rollercoaster ride.

The return of the original cast was a bonus as we get to see whats been happening since the first movie. From this they've managed some semblence of a plot no matter how thin and cliched it is but what else are you supposed to expect. We're watching F&F for the cars and the action scenes and not much else. For this is where the movie gets it stars in my eyes. Plenty of action as Diesel & Walker rekindle there streetracing rivalry. They keep the pace of the flick moving along which is enough to keep me in my seat and reaching for the popcorn. I enjoyed the movie as an escape, put it on and turn off my brain for about 2hours and watch fast things go fast. Completes the collection as well.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Benminx on 6 Aug. 2010
Format: Blu-ray
Somebody finally realised that just lavishing gorgeous cars and women at the screen with a paper thin plot wasn't going to cut it any more. Much as the addition of drifting and Lucas Black managed to make Tokyo Drift a more fun experience than the slightly more formulaic 2Fast2Furious, this ups the game by throwing in a revenge plot and a very angry Vin Diesel. If you haven't heard about the twist that steers the story, I won't spoil it for you. However, it works very well as a reason for Vin and Paul Walker to be back in the same vicinity as each other again, this time hunting a drug dealer with a great deal of wrath and steel.
The opening is a great tanker heist which feels original and is shot very well, and there's even a chase with a little free-running and some amusingly improvised combat techniques, which help to bring the series a little more up to date. Walker and Diesel play off each other very well, and the car chases and races rock.
This has great cars, sparky relationship conflicts, and spectacular stunts. It's what the series needed. Lets just hope they don't let the air out of the tyres again for the next one.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By C. Stewart on 7 Nov. 2013
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
I came to the F&F franchise late and unintentionally (see F&F5 review), having been disappointed by the usual "fare" in this sub-genre (and the blockbuster genre overall, to be honest). Maybe it's because I'm female (shock, horror) although I do know what e-diff and slip-diff are, but I get instantly bored with something that is just a montage of car chase/crash/explosion clips strung together without context, cohesion or connection. I can do that myself on my laptop without forking out hard-earned cash at a cinema or to buy a DVD of it.
It's always hard for sequel series/franchise movies or however you want to label them. Fans/viewers know perfectly well that the studio has no interest in us other than cash-cows to fleece (sorry to mix metaphors) of our hard-earned money so always approach the follow-on films with a degree of suspicion; "going to the movies" certainly isn't reasonable in terms of cost, I can tell you - and that's without having 2.4 kids pestering and whining for snacks, wanting to watch the 3D version with spectacles and the rest of it - and to then go and buy the DVD afterwards because we liked it that much, well...we expect a certain level of care and respect.
The further down the line you get from the original, the harder it gets to stay original, even if you do a derivative of the original (Puss in Boots from Shrek) or prequel it (Prometheus). For every Toy Story 3 and the Ice Age franchise and Star Trek: Into Darkness, there is a myriad of...Prometheus, Pirates of the Caribbean, Shrek4, Die Hard 5, Dark Knight Rises and so on that epitomize the phrase "you should have quit while you were ahead" or bluntly, "yes, you have hit rock-bottom, stop digging!
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Format: DVD
I finally got around to seeing this film.

What can I say that has not really been said before?

This was the movie to allow us to understand what happened before Tokyo Drift.

I was slightly disappointed to find Han was not in the movie as much as I was expecting and pretty near the start he says he is going to tokyo as if we did not know this. I was rather hoping for more of a set up than what was offered and felt like a last minute addition to tell us why he ends up in japan.

The tunnel sequences were by far some of the worst I have ever seen, the whole scenes played like a low budget video game.

I was also not really a fan of the sat nav idea that tells the drivers where to go, only finding it good and funny when he shouts at it to shut up. How many of us have ever done that!

There were times in the film that got me excited, but then there were the times when I groaned at the predictable dialogue and script and perhaps laughed at it for the wrong reasons.

If your a guy who likes fast cars and good looking women then this is for you. You will be entertained and it will fill a few plot holes and you will get to see your favorite characters again from the original film but I doubt your going to bother to watch it a 2nd time.

Though most of the cars end up getting trashed.

Same old same old then.

Perhaps no 5 will break the mold. Please do, it's starting to get boring.
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