After veering from the path, the original crew is back together for the first TRUE sequel in the series.
This is the beginning of the evolution to this movie franchise. You can start to see where they were headed in the 5th and upcoming 6th film in the series right here. They began to move away from the street racing and started to focus on the bullets.
Overall this isn't a bad thing, because I don't think a franchise about…
The beginning of something new. Cars, women, bullets, and bouncing beats coming at the viewer at an alarming rate.
I watched this on Blu-ray, and I have admit this is one of the most active soundtracks I've got in my home library. Music comes blaring out of the rear speakers and car engines come roaring from side to side.
As a movie, the story is nothing special. Paul walker is a paper-bag hero, and Diesel is the baddie with a…
Excellent followup to the 2009 quasi-reboot. Why did it take 4 years to get this on screen? I think that's almost too long in-between sequels, I kinda forgot some of the connections.
Cumberbatch was awesome, and I hope for his return one day to the Trek universe. The rest of the crew were fabulous, and it was nice to see Pegg's Scotty get a little more screen time.
Is it just me, or does Chris Pine channel Bill Shatner? I'm…
A quintessential Holiday classic. This gets watched every year, and never loses it's relevancy. This is even the basis for the new Old Navy Holiday commercials, so that speaks volumes (or does it?)
One might say that Randy Quaid's Eddie is the movie's highlight, but after recent events I believe Randy was just being himself. Crazy doesn't take acting ability, that's called being lucky that someone will pay you to hang out.
The true scene stealers are Aunt Bethany and Uncle Lewis. These two characters could've just been throw-aways, but truly give the funniest performances.