Fast & Furious 6
Crime, Thriller, Action
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Justin Lin
Vin Diesel as Dominic Toretto
Gal Gadot as Gisele Harabo
Gina Carano as DSS Agent
Luke Evans as Owen Shaw
Clara Paget as Vegh
Lee Asquith-Coe as Sgt Sheldern
Joe Taslim as Jah
Rowena Diamond as Hot, Sexy Girl
Jordana Brewster as Mia Toretto
Elsa Pataky as Elena Neves
Dwayne Johnson as Luke Hobbs
Sung Kang as Han
Shea Whigham as Stasiak
Tyrese Gibson as Roman Pearce
Paul Walker as Brian O'Conner
Ludacris as Tej Parker
Kim Kold as Klaus
Storyline: Since Dom (Diesel) and Brian's (Walker) Rio heist toppled a kingpin's empire and left their crew with $100 million, our heroes have scattered across the globe. But their inability to return home and living forever on the lam have left their lives incomplete. Meanwhile, Hobbs (Johnson) has been tracking an organization of lethally skilled mercenary drivers across 12 countries, whose mastermind (Evans) is aided by a ruthless second-in-command revealed to be the love Dom thought was dead, Letty (Rodriguez). The only way to stop the criminal outfit is to outmatch them at street level, so Hobbs asks Dom to assemble his elite team in London. Payment? Full pardons for all of them so they can return home and make their families whole again.
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A whole new stratosphere of action, "F&F6" will start to separate the junkies from those who need substance
Bigger, faster, crazier — that's the motto of the "Fast & Furious" franchise six films in. If you thought the action, scale and stunts were off the charts in "Fast Five," prepare to have your mind blown by "Fast & Furious 6."

The previous films were an acceleration, and the series hit full throttle with "Fast Five." The road was open and endless for Universal, and returning writer Chris Morgan and director Justin Lin. What they opt to do in "F&F6" is bend the limits of reality to their will. From the initial London chase to a highway tank sequence to the grand finale, which involves a massive cargo plane, this is an action movie jacked up on steroids. In fact, there are a couple references to Marvel "Avengers" characters — a not-so-subliminal suggestion that Universal would like you to think of Dominic Toretto's crew/family as a team of superheroes.

The trouble is for every "wow!" moment there are twice the number of "what?" moments. The action is so ludicrous that you lose all sense of what's happening. They're like little blackout moments as you drink more and more of the movie's high-octane Kool-Aid.

Morgan pulls together a perfectly viable plot. Dom's (Vin Diesel) presumed deceased former lover, Letty (Michelle Rodriguez) has been spotted in association with a criminal mastermind named Owen Shaw (Luke Evans) whose ex-military crew is essentially the shadow image of our heroes. Dobbs (Dwayne Johnson) presents this info to Dom in hopes that it'll persuade Dom into doing him favor in taking Shaw down. It naturally works, and the crew must put a hiatus on their quiet life spending all the cash they stole in the last film; when the patriarch of the family calls, you answer.

The movie doubles down on the notion of the crew as family. Shaw is supposed to be the antithesis. He doesn't care about allegiances but about precision and planning. He's cold and calculated, whereas the "family" is warm and spontaneous. It's cliché, but at least time is spent on the characters. There is only one newbie in former MMA fighter Gina Carano as Hobbs' new right hand, meaning the character time is invested in the existing characters, which is good, though the script doesn't pierce beyond the surface traits we're already familiar with.

It also bears mentioning that at one point the script reveals a twist that's solely for the purpose of a twist. This "surprise" makes no sense and has no actual bearing on what happens in the film. Morgan wanted a surprise moment to keep things interesting and it's a nice moment — but then you realize it's actually meaningless and changes nothing. Another example of how flash without substance is the M.O. of this series. You have to like flash for the sake of flash to be a big fan.

Of course any scene in which an engine of any kind is not running only matters so much in these films, but "Fast & Furious 6" will start to really separate out the pure action junkies who've been hooked on this series from those who prefer some plausibility and gravity —literally and figuratively — in their blockbusters. Lin's sensibilities would probably be of more use in a sci-fi or fantasy movie where he could break all laws of common sense and completely get away with it. In this movie, depending on your taste, it will either get you stoked or spoil the moment.

One could argue that this franchise has found a niche in larger-than-life action movies — that there's a viable space for films that maintain the trappings of the real world but play by the rules of a superhero movie. That's fair, but in many ways by blowing the ceiling off what's possible, they've created another ceiling. If anything is possible, at some point we will no longer be surprised by the impossible. The films would be better served by maintaining some thread of connection to the laws of physics, then when they broke them a little, it would have a bigger impact. "Fast Five" did this well and it's a shame this movie takes such a tremendous leap in believability.

Nevertheless, there's an undeniable adrenaline rush that comes with Lin's style of direction and the size and stature of the stunts and action sequences. It's three-fold true in this entry. That's the kind of thrill that maintains a sufficient baseline for enjoying these moves.

~Steven C

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Fuious 6
I'm going to keep this short, simple and sweet because that is exactly what this film is. It's great summer fun for all ages that manages to succeed on the one thing I hate in horror movies; make an idiot of itself. It is where this stupidity in plot events comes from that gives the film its fuel to do nothing but provide brainless over-the-top popcorn fun. It is done so by having some of the best sound editing I have heard in a while with brilliantly paced action sequences, with one fight scene in particular that will surly be the best action scene of the year. I recommend Furious 6 if you're looking to have some fun, but whatever you do, do not walk in there expecting The King's Speech, because it is not what this movie is trying to be- which makes this film so admirable.

Grade: B+
Upping the Ante
I've said it many times before, but one of the main reasons why the F&F movies failed to reach mass appeal before Fast Five was because of their villains. They were always forced to take on low end drug dealers and people who have little to do with their line of work; driving cars really fast and stealing things. With Fast & Furious 6, the team gets to take on Owen Shaw & his own crew, who are equally as good at doing crazy stuff on wheels.

Dom regathers his team, including Brian, Han, Gisele, Roman, and Tej, after Hobbs comes to him with an offer he can't refuse. The chance to save Letty from Shaw and take him down, in exchange for full pardons all the way around. After quite a few films on the run and unable to return to his home in Los Angeles, there's no way he could turn down this opportunity, even if it meant going up against his former girlfriend thought dead, Letty.

Fast & Furious 6 has even more muscle, explosions, faster cars, and just downright insanity. But it isn't as clean cut or polished as Fast Five. Granted, a movie like this doesn't necessarily need to have a concise story or developed characters, but they've done a much better job at doing those things within the last few films. The 6th film feels a little slower and maybe even a little too long, with the end product still putting a huge smile on my face. But when comparing the two, a second watch definitely exposes some of this film's minor flaws.

The one thing this film, and pretty much all of the films since 4, is that each keeps topping itself. Just when you think they couldn't top stealing a vault and dragging across the streets of Brazil, they take down planes with cars. The tone deafness of the series is gone and the new breed of F&F is here to stay. The crazy thing is, you buy into all of it. I bought into the family from the beginning and I one-hundred-percent buy into the series embracing it's goofiness. The film also manages to implement more humor into the 6th film which is something the franchise has been missing. Or at least, humor that actually makes people laugh. I won't count those horrible attempts at humor in the 2nd film.

What makes this film stick out his that it's the first time the crew gets to go up against an entirely new crew with the same set of skills. Luke Evans is great as Owen Shaw, The Rock has never been better, and who doesn't love watching Ludicrous and Tyrese Gibson crack one- liners at each other. Better yet, every word out of Vin's mouth is a one-liner. Overall, the ante is once against raised and the series punches its way through another smash hit. Fast & Furious 6 is an insane thrill ride from the beginning to end.

+Owen Shaw

+Team vs Team

+Rock & Vin working together

+Always pushing the genre and series to a new level

-A bit slower & a tad too long

Pretty ace film!
Having only seen Fast & Furious 4 & 5! This was pretty epic!

The story was pretty decent! Not amazing, but pretty good in it's own respect! Also how it took place in London was pretty ace! Liked the rapid shots of the chases that took place! The fighting scenes were epic! Especially the ones that took place in the London underground! Really got me on the edge of my seat! Lacked racing abit but wasn't too bad!

The ending was just epic! With the car chase in Spain with the army tank! Epic! Along with the epic finale ending with them taking down the giant air plane, along with fights taking place in the air plane!! Then the plane blowing up into flames! Just awesome!

Overall a decent film! With great action sequences in it! 9/10
Action Overdose
OK this film is worth watching, however the older you are the more you will be put off by the quantity of action in it.

Everyone managed to have at least one worthy performance. Although some of the better actors managed to perform well throughout the entire film.

For me the disappointment was with Bruce Willis and the quiet Chinese guy. They were the most unconvincing performances.

Like bad roller coaster rides, the kind that do more than just excite/thrill you, by the end of the ride you feel sick and never want to go on it again. This also describes this film's viewing experience.

If only they could beef up the script, tone down the action, stop putting in, so called "cash magnet" actors like Bruce Willis, (that really should retire.) Add some depth along with a more sophisticated soundtrack. They would have made a one-to-remember type film.

I normally do not like "the Rock" however in this film he does one of his best and believable performances! I really liked Vin Petrol too, he was awesome in this film and I wish he would act in more credible titles. The guy that plays the baddie is very good, once again proving he is around to stay.

Anyway all in all a good movie, one that requires zero brain power to process, yet not quite boring enough to send you to sleep half way through.

Summary A cliché feel good action flick.

Questions... Is it worth cinema viewing? - No; Is it worth buying? - No! Therefore wait until it is on the TV or hire it out when there are no more "Big Titles" left to watch. ;)
Physics defying and entertaining
This is a really good, action packed, physics defying and entertaining film. After Vin Diesels return to the series it has been better and better, yes they still drive cars, yes they still do heists, yes they make it look really easy and cool to race a car and drive recklessly, but it all works, it is very entertaining and fun.

I also think the new not just racing cars work for this series of films, there has to be more to it then racing, the family aspect and action aspects really gives it something new and exciting.

I don't know what is going to happen with the seventh installment of this, now that Paul Walker can't be part of the crew, he did a great job and will be missed, but I hope they continue in the same spirit and if nothing else finish it off in a nice way.
Pretty good for a summer cash magnet. Slightly lacking in a couple spots but above average action.
Despite FAF 6 being a largely money-based continuation of the saga, I felt like the filmmakers did a decent job. It's not an incredibly well done film, but it could have been much worse and still made a lot of money. It's certainly better than the Transformers sequels, where there is absolutely no attempt at making a high quality movie. If we're all completely honest, we can agree that the FAF series could probably be much smaller than it is. But this is Hollywood, and while a series keeps raking in the cash, it will thrive through an unlimited number of sequels and reboots. So even though a solid sixth installment wasn't needed to preserve the franchise, it seems like the producers took the film seriously and tried to give it decent quality. I have watched trailers of all of the first five and have a decent sense of what each is about, though I haven't seen the,. So I'm sorry if some of my pre-6 information is skewed, but I'm doing the best I can and hoping that my good intentions pay off.

There is a present plot, but it is primarily action driven. There are pieces of it that you might not understand fully the first time around, but I would advise that you don't stress about whatever you don't grasp because it really won't make the plot have any more meaning. Basically all of the little plot progressing scenes are just set ups for later action sequences. The only exception to this is the lead-in to the climax, which has a lot of emotional weight to it. Apart from that, any scene that progresses the plot and doesn't have a significant fight scene is of little importance. However, this only applies for the plot of the individual film. The characters' relationships that build on the previous films is something that you'll want to pay some attention to and maybe even get a little background on if you haven't seen some of the first five. For anyone without this background, just know that the team wants to bring back Letty to preserve their "family", and things should make a fair amount of sense to you. Also, watch the end of the 4th movie beforehand.

There are lots of prominent characters, and I'll just give each one a quick overview here. Dom has the spotlight most of the time, and has a mellow disposition when he's not in a high octane fight or car chase. Practically all of his lines have a lot of weight to them. Brian has no real arc, but has a consistent motive of trying to protect Mia and his newborn Jack while helping Dom. Hobbs drives the external story line as he hunts down the new villain Owen Shaw. He is very straight-faced and serious the entire movie, whether he's being casual, threatening, or a human war machine. Owen Shaw is a pretty good villain, and can deliver on his word whether on his own or through his disposable team. Letty has less depth since she has lost her memory, but she does provide a good plot engine for Dom. Hobbs' sidekick, Reily is probably one of the weaker characters, and really could have been left out except to provide a couple extra fight scenes. Tej and Roman provide most of the comic relief and aren't really important in the big scheme of things despite their ample screen time. They have decent chemistry since their basically polar opposites with Tej being the unsung hero and Roman being the loudmouth who can't back it up. Han and Giselle are given a side story and are both written well SPOILER ALERT though this could be accounted for by their separate deaths at the end. Lastly, Mia and Elena both get a little screen time all of which is important, but they are rarely a present force in the story on or off screen.

The action sequences are relatively long, with an average length of about ten minutes each. Much of it is hand to hand combat, but there are some more explosive fights as well. The fight scenes are kind of rough, but not at all bloody. The choreography is good, but there's nothing wowing about it. There are a couple of scenes featuring the obligatory fast cars, primarily a Dom and Letty street race. There is a lot of comic relief intermingled of about B- quality. Most of it's not gut busting (think more Marvel movies and James Bond than RED or Pirates). There's probably going to be one or two little jokes that you really like, but most of them are forgettable.

I might say that the acting talent was wasted here considering the all-star cast, but it wasn't really bad. The script was a little lacking at points The technical execution of the fight scenes was satisfactory with visual effects and shot cuts. The scenes with cars were well shot, and you pretty much knew what was going on the whole time, which you can't say for some action flicks. The soundtrack has a lot of the standard rap-hop music, but Brian Tyler's score really comes alive at the end with the plane.

Again, my knowledge is limited, but if you liked Fast Five, this should be enjoyable for you. If you're more into the street races aspect of the franchise, there is only one race scene. It's not amazing as an action movie, but it should be fine. You can watch it basically any time under most circumstances, but there are some parts where you might not want a lot of distracting background noise. I would recommend that you buy it right off if you're a fan of the series, but otherwise just rent for the best possible price. If you like this one at an above average level, definitely go see Furious Seven. Overall Rating: 8.35/10.
Vin diesel and family bring a non stop thrill ride
By now the Fast & Furious franchise was made in the eyes of Hollywood, following a massive box office haul for Fast Five, the picture that saw Justin Lin begin the transition from street racing car movie series to explosive action heist franchise, a transformation so many other series' would never be able to pull off five movies in. This one did and, remarkably, the films began to improve in quality - in that regard, Fast & Furious 6--arguably the most bonkers and joyously fun outing for the franchise to date--is the pinnacle of a series seemingly immune to the law of diminishing returns, where Vin Diesel, the late Paul Walker and their crew only seem to become more likable, more charming and more watchable as the franchise grows more confident, more explosive and more wonderfully insane by each film. This is the one where Lin, right from the off, lets everything off the chain - you'll be hard pushed to find anything made for the last few decades that's as gleefully, knowingly dumb, fun and exciting as Fast & Furious 6. For that, it's almost entirely a joy.

What was originally known as Fast Six (a better title, arguably) was pre- visualised and written by Lin and series' writer Chris Morgan almost in tandem with the previous picture, hence that movie's post-credits reveal that Michelle Rodriguez's Letty was alive and well, and indeed seemingly had taken a dark turn, after apparently being blown to smithereens two films ago. Her reappearance sparks Diesel's gruffalo Dominic Toretto and his crew--now all freshly minted millionaires after their Rio heist in the last film--to this time team up with The Rock's badass DEA agent Hobbs in tracking down & bringing to heel the terrorist who seemingly has her captive - Luke Evans in full smarm mode as callous Brit-baddie Owen Shaw. Much like Joaquín de Almeida's limp drug baron in Fast Five, he's the villainous weak link here; Lin never much bothers to make him all that menacing and up against beasts of men like Diesel & The Rock, you need a strong villain. No matter because the picture has its eyes elsewhere - yes admittedly the attempts at injecting drama as Diesel monosyllabically tries to protect his 'family', but at the same time the humour and charm is plentiful amongst an ensemble who are very at ease with one another, nobody showboating to gain the limelight but all getting their moments in the spotlight. But forget all that, there's stuff that needs exploding and boy does Lin have fun there - be it a thrilling chase through London in souped up formula one heist cars, a truly insane freeway chase involving a runaway tank and an even more bonkers climactic plane sequence with the longest runway in movie history (honestly, it must be ten miles long!) and a series of fights that culminate in Diesel, literally, executing a flying headbutt. My girlfriend, a huge fan of Diesel and the franchise, admitted she didn't know whether to laugh or cheer. The simple solution is you do both, and Lin actively encourages it.

While the end seems to resolve proceedings in a barbecue tinted bow, Fast & Furious 6 then unleashes a wonderful stinger of a post-credits sequence that not only resolve a bizarre continuity niggle (which has basically meant films four, five & six are effectively set before three weirdly) but tees up a thrilling and very recognisable menace for the next picture, which could possibly send a franchise already soaring with gleefully nonsensical and thoroughly enjoyable bravado into the stratosphere. The way it's heading, we are surely destined Fast & Furious 10 to see a geriatric Diesel & The Rock battling alien invaders orbiting the Earth. We can only hope.
Telegraphed, and I loved every moment!
To say this is a guilty pleasure would be putting it mildly. Since the first time I saw 'The Fast and The Furious' 12 years ago, I knew I found my car/mayhem fix. Although I never thought it would last to see iteration #6, I was more eager this time around than for the first. No surprises, besides the unpredictable nature of Owen Shaw. The only real curveball was the substantiation of an Internet rumor that Jason Statham joined 'Fast 6'. Well, sorta -- end credits. After the audience "ooooohh's" at Statham's revealing, I couldn't wait, yet again, for the 7th!

Fun factoid: This movie marked the reuniting of 2 'Lock Stock and Two Smoking Barrels' characters. Jason Statham (Bacon) and Stephen Marcus (Nick the Greek) playing the CCTV supervisor opposite Lucas Hobbs. :)
Ridiculously entertaining!
I love this movie! Furious 6 is even bigger and more over-the-top than Fast Five, which I also loved! That vault-dragging scene was a blast but this new sequel is even more epic and maddeningly entertaining! This time, Hobbs and new sidekick Riley, played by Gina Carano, team with Dom, Brian, Han, Gisele, Roman, and Tej to take down Owen Shaw and his crew. If they succeed, Dom and Co. receive full pardons and the chance to make their family whole again as Letty is in fact alive and working with Owen Shaw.

This movie opens with a race along winding roads that ends at a hospital. Mia is giving birth and Brian's a mess. This movie is all about family and I definitely appreciate that though I think they said the word "family" about.... 1,675,894,035 times! I kid- The attention to continuity is admirable with an opening titles sequence highlighting super sweet moments from the previous five entries. There are a couple surprise character appearances that should make fans smile at least a little.

The Rock is still huge and awesome, always great to see Vin and Paul doing their thing (Paul does a better job here), and welcome back Tyrese, Ludicrous, Sung, and Gal! Michelle's Letty still has attitude, is tough, yet vulnerable. Seeing Letty and Dom together again just feels so right. Sorry, Elena! Gina isn't that great of an actress but she sure kicks butt! Luke Evans as the main villain does a swell job! Best villain so far! His flip car is wild! Though his death wasn't that epic...Speaking of deaths, one of the good guys doesn't make it to the end, my heart AHHH! Poor Han...

Furious 6 offers up a few twists, a ton of comedy (thanks mostly to Tyrese and Ludicrous), over-the-top car and tank and plane action, hand-to-hand combat (Jah vs. Roman and Han, Riley vs. Letty, The Rock/Dom vs. Klaus), shootouts, a wonderfully directed race between Dom and Letty, so much entertainment! You can tell that these guys and gals are having a blast and know just how ridiculous and fun this series is! I love how these characters end up back at the house from the first film!

If you're into crazy car stunts, fist fights, shootouts, beautiful women, hilarious one-liners, cheesy acting, melodrama, fun, then this movie is for you!

The scene during the credits will make you wish Fast & Furious 7 was coming out next weekend!
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