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It's a major double-cross when former police officer Brian O'Conner teams up with his ex-con buddy Roman Pearce to transport a shipment of "dirty" money for shady Miami-based import-export dealer Carter Verone. But the guys are actually working with undercover agent Monica Fuentes to bring Verone down.
The one where Tyrese eats a lot of sandwiches.
The second instalment in The Fast and the Furious franchise, 2 Fast 2 Furious continues the journey of Brian O'Conner and further expands the realms of this series by bringing in some new characters who replace the cast of the previous chapter and event though it stays true to its street racing roots, the whole experience is far too inferior to its predecessor.
Following the events of the first film, 2 Fast 2 Furious follows Brian as he now finds himself being chased by the FBI and is eventually caught by the US Customs Service which offers him a clean slate in exchange for his assistance in bringing down a Miami-based drug lord. Agreeing to help, Brian enlists the help…
Part 2 of One Last Ride
"Ejecto seato, cuz!"
What the hell is 2 Fast 2 Furious? Is it a masterpiece, a one of a kind experience, or just a really shitty movie with some of the worst dialogue ever?
It is all three of those things, actually.
2 Fast 2 Furious is an atrocious movie, but it’s something that managed to entertain the living shit out of me from beginning to end. It’s like a train wreck that consists of a train plowing through a minivan that holds a soccer mom and her three little kids and their little dog too. I can’t even begin to fathom what the outcome of that sort of…
The best parts of this have kind of a cheap cough syrup vibe that keeps growing on me. Plus, Tyrese.
it's Fast and the Furious canon that Brian and Roman were a couple, right?
I have absolutely no idea where this one stands in the franchise. Is it number two, three? They're all pretty much the same in any case, so does it really matter? This one I'm afraid doesn't give us anything new, and even with hottie Eva Mendes on board, this is as dull as arse.
So Brian is on the run and gets himself hooked up with an old friend and ex-con Tyrese Gibson. Together they're attempting to clear their names by working with Government agencies to bring down a Miami drug-lord. Guess what, the drug-lord is into street racing and is looking for some drivers to help transport his ill-gotten gains. It's again all about the cars and the racing…
Film 8 of The December Challenge 2016
Very different from the first Fast and Furious movie, but equally entertaining, with a definite Bad Boys kinda vibe only less jokes and better car chases.
I particularly enjoyed the last act and although the female characters were woefully under-served, it still made for a great couple of hours and after the first half hour I didn't even miss the rest of the cast from the previous movie too much.
Not too shabby for a sequel - looking forward to more of the original gang in the next one though.
This is one of the most surprisingly terrible movies I've ever seen, brah.
The movie is shot and edited so poorly, so incoherently, I couldn't help but shake my head, breh.
The story, the script, the performances, the random rat torture... it's like, what were they thinking breah??
All the characters just act like stereotypes and/or giant assholes in such an offensively exaggerated way, it's like watching a bad dream, broy.
A cinematic abomination that reeks of early 2000's cash-grabbing action movie stank - this movie was not clutch and owes me big time for making me dislike a film this much with Eva Mendes in it. 2.5/10.
miss you paul
More of a standard action film than the original, this sequel is less interested in street racing culture and more interested in cartoon like storytelling, ridiculous chase sequences and stock characters. Still, the film is often more fun than the first and is certainly less melodramatic. It's not a favorite among fans of the series but I find it an enjoyable enough film. Perfect viewing when you want to kick back relax and just watch cars go real fast.
I can't do the stare and drive because I can't drive :(
After a 3-month delay on my series of FAF reviews, it's now the time to briefly talk about 2 Fast 2 Furious. The second entry in this popular adrenaline-junking franchise felt like "2 Fast 2 Slow."
This seems to be the slow-burner out of all of them because the pacing was all over the place at times despite the film being 99 minutes long. Here's the new rule: "I don't check my cellphone when watching movies at home anymore." But, that doesn't mean the fact that whether how long the movie goes on before I check my phone. I was 30 minutes in and I wanted to check the time on my phone.
Aside from that fact, the…
whenever the nitro hits it looks like a dang jodie mack movie
edit: after seeing paul walker wearing a west coast choppers shirt in this movie i went on ebay and bought an orange county choppers shirt
It's a bit amusing that it's John Singelton of all people who takes the attempt at grit and small scale emotional realism of the first film and in frames blows it all up into an out of control cartoon with everything blown out to 11 (though I'm sure if I see later additions to the series I'll have to crank that number down). Tyrese Gibson playing not Vin Diesel embodies this the best with a pompous homo eroticism attached to a seriousness that goes so far as to actually bring levity and humour to each scene. This isn't exactly a good movie, but it is at least a fun one like a lesser Torque.
Alternate title: Now That's What I Call Post 9/11!
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