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Former cop Brian O'Conner partners with ex-con Dom Toretto on the opposite side of the law. Since Brian and Mia Toretto broke Dom out of custody, they've blown across many borders to elude authorities. Now backed into a corner in Rio de Janeiro, they must pull one last job in order to gain their freedom.
A beautiful, inspiring poem of a film. Some say it is not as good as CITIZEN KANE. To that I say CITIZEN KANE does not feature the word "funderwear."
"There's always room for family."
Now this is podracing!
I've seen marriage referred to as a ball and chain, but I've never seen having a baby with your best friend's sister depicted as a safe and chain. This is as close as such a heteronormative franchise is going to get to marrying off its main characters. Paul Walker ♥ Vin Diesel
The fifth instalment in The Fast and the Furious franchise, Fast Five is an intensely gripping, thoroughly engaging & relentlessly entertaining sequel that not just brings several upgrades in all departments of filmmaking but by replacing the street racing formula with elements of a heist thriller, it ends up resurrecting this derailed franchise in style and heralds the series' heading into a new direction.
Set in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, the story of Fast Five follows Dominic Toretto, Brian O'Conner & Mia as they plan a massive heist to steal $100 million in cash from a ruthless drug lord & corrupt businessman and enlist the help of former allies to pull off the job which would buy them their freedom. But at the…
just when it looked like the Fast franchise was over – the grim and morose-filled Fast & Furious nose-diving almost all of the charm lin promised with Tokyo Drift – Fast Five came along, turning the earnestness + charisma up to eleven and choosing to delve even deeper into the melodramatic, mythological rabbit hole of a series that’s existence is still bewildering to this very day.
where there was once a series of underground racing/crime films that concentrated too much on melodrama and dated coolness with little-to-no self-awareness, occasionally veering into the vehicle-based lunacy we all loved, Fast Five was a total reinvigoration - establishing the Fast movies as this weirdly superb action-franchise hybrid. appropriating the globetrotting pleasures of Mission Impossible,…
Part 5 of One Last Ride
"The most important thing in life will always be the people in this room, right here, right now."
I find it so incredibly difficult to believe that Fast Five was released almost four years ago. I still remember the day vividly: it was a Friday, my group of friends and I had just gotten out of school for the weekend, and we had been planning on seeing Fast Five for weeks, it seemed.
We walked the two mile distance from our high school to the local theater, stopping halfway to buy some snacks (that we hid in our backpacks once we got to the theater) from a local Dollar…
As unapologetically cheesy and joyously entertaining as the last time I watched it. I still can't believe the fifth instalment in a poor franchise could turn out as good as this.
Film 13 of The December Challenge 2016
This was so much fun! After the 4th instalment was rather serious and low-key, Fast Five is a bright, exciting, schemes packed movie that is the pay-off to all of the films gone before as it combines key elements of all of them which culminate in a really original, fun chase.
I'm now at the point where I'm happy to state that I love this series.
Note this review was written in 2011:
Thirty years from now you'll go on imdb and look at Paul Walker's filmography and say, "Wow, Paul Walker has been in 58 movies?" And then you'll see that 52 of them were in the Fast and Furious franchise. This one really isn't any different from the others. I think it's funny that characters die off and reappear from film to film, because honestly these movies aren't memorable enough for me to keep track of who's dead or not. I just go with it. If this is your type of thing, then you'll probably enjoy it. What I like about this installment is seeing Diesel and The Rock go head to head. Yup. I want to name a child Rock Diesel.
Furiously entertaining. I love that.
When great film began being cliche
I liked this movie way more than I expected. Don’t get me wrong, it was also way dumber than I expected. The dialogue was ridiculous and all of the talking parts made me roll my eyes endlessly. But the car chases and the action scenes were awesome and while some of it was dumb cgi crap, there were also a lot of stuff that looked like practical stunts which I was really into. Also the movie had just enough magic in it to redeem for some of the stupidity. Stuff like Gal Gadot and her relationship and some of the cuts were pretty funny. This is a great "turn on in the background while doing something else" movie.
You have no idea how happy I was when I heard Leo and Santos were going to be in Fast 8, I might have yelped a bit don't @ me.
Easily the best entry in the long-running series. The story is fun and the action fantastic.
One of the best movies in a franchise of terrible movies so like ??????
when you're here, you're family
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