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Fast & Furious 6 2013

Vin Diesel, Paul Walker and Dwayne Johnson lead the returning cast of all-stars as the blockbuster franchise built on speed races to its next continent for the most high stakes adventure yet.

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Vin Diesel, Paul Walker
Runtime:
2 hours, 10 minutes

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Genres Thriller, Action & Adventure
Director Justin Lin
Starring Vin Diesel, Paul Walker
Supporting actors Dwayne Johnson, Jordana Brewster, Michelle Rodriguez, Tyrese Gibson, Sung Kang, Gal Gadot, Ludacris, Luke Evans, Elsa Pataky, Gina Carano, Clara Paget, Kim Kold, Joe Taslim, Samuel M. Stewart, Benjamin Davies, Matthew Stirling, David Ajala, Thure Lindhardt
Studio Universal Pictures
BBFC rating Suitable for 12 years and over
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Format: DVD
You might think this series of films would get dull by now,no way,it's still brilliant over the top action.
The main crux of this one is this is Dominic finds out Letty is still alive and working for a bunch of crimials. So Dominic teams up with the police to find her,he does so and she... Well i won't tell you,but it's all brillianly played out,leaving the viewer wondering just what is going on in Letty's mind.
So another fast and furious and the end leaves you with no doubt they'll be yet another. If it's as action packed and exciting as this one,i say bring it on.
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Format: DVD
During the opening credits there are flashbacks to previous films to jog your memory. These are not intended to bring anyone up to speed. There is some minor character build up in spite of the fact we already know who they are.

In this film Letty (Michelle Rodriguez) becomes involved with a group of bad guys lead by Shaw (Luke Evans). They are described as the best in "vehicular warfare" something that appears to be almost unique to this film series. In order to catch them, our "swagger-less" cop Hobbs(Dwayne Johnson) must employ the use of wanted fugitive Dominic Toretto (Vin Diesel) and his team in order to save Europe or something else immaterial. They are up against a group of criminal described as their "evil twins" because apparently we couldn't figure that out for ourselves.

The film uses all the fun things we have grown use to in the series: impossible car chases/races, fist fighting, eye candy, tough guy talk, and of course the humorous banter and a disdain for physics in a fantastic climax scene.

In addition to all the features that appeal to muscle heads, the film also works upon the theme of the modern extended family. Because of societies' mobility and separation, many people have incorporated friends as part of their "family." This film stretches the honor among thieves into the brotherhood of man, but doesn't make it too sappy. A great addition to the series, one that opens up to sequel possibilities. If you own 5 of them. Make it a 6 pack.

My only criticism is that I would have liked to have seen a script with a larger role for Jordana Brewster.

Parental Guide: 1-2 f-bombs. Implied sex. No nudity (side breast, skimpy bikinis)
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Format: Blu-ray
I was never a fan of ‘The Fast and the Furious’ films as they just seemed like empty headed carploitation with little to no interest for non-petrol heads. However, this changed with the fifth film that introduced an ‘Ocean’s Eleven’ style heist element and played down some of the po-faced nature of the earlier films. As this fifth iteration proved so popular, more was guaranteed, but ‘Fast and Furious 6’ is a case of more not automatically meaning better.

Dom and Brian et al. are once more dragged back into the car game, this time by the nemesis turned ally Hobbs who wants the team to go up against a deadly team of car thieves. Creating a dark version of the Fast team is a little strange as they themselves are a little morally ambiguous. To make sure the bad guys appear to be worse, Luke Evans et al. are proper killers. Seeing the team take on these maniacs should be fun and it is.

However, there are definite reservations here. The action is fun, but almost too overblown. The film have taken any sense of sleek coolness from the earlier movies and thrown them out of the window for out and out crazy action. This action is hi-octane and there are some great set pieces, but they feel a little empty. The franchise is reliant on the sense of family, but here the sentiment feels lame and it is more about the spectacle. I also have issue with the spectacle. Our heroes probably cost as much pain, human misery and destruction as the enemies. They hurtle around the streets in wild abandonment.

‘Fast 6’ is meant to be a frothy action film and on this level it succeeds. However, what elevated ‘Fast 5’ was that it also had heart and humour. Trying to catch lightening in a bottle twice appears to have been too much for Diesel and the team.
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Format: Blu-ray
This franchise gets better and better, this 6th instalment is brilliant in every way, good strong story full to the max with cool action scenes, the cast is amazing as usual and a killer soundtrack to accompany as usual and plenty of awesome cars! Its amazing how this franchise has gone on for so long and stayed true to fans the whole journey, this instalment introduces a far more superior villain than in the past stories which adds to the action in a whole new way, and the ending to this movie is the best by far with a great finale action scene plus the movie ends with an amazing cameo from a world class actor who will be the major villain in the 7th movie which will certainly be made. Its great too that this ending also officially ties in the 3rd movies (Tokyo drift) story into the timeline. This is a top action movie not to be missed, fans will love it, its fun, fast and furious!!
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one of my favourite films and cant wait for the next one .. really sad to see paul walker past away last night f&f wont be the same without him RIP paul walker
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