Dominic Toretto: “You want bloody? We can do bloody.”
BBC Science may have debunked the incredible Hollywood stunts and physics involved in Justin Lin’s thrilling runway scene but that didn’t stop me from watching Fast & Furious 6. This latest flick from the street-racing franchise acts as a prequel to the third, explaining Toretto’s (Vin Diesel) sudden appearance at the end of Tokyo Drift and no one… absolutely no one must question the fact that Michelle Rodriguez’s return as Letty Ortiz is anything less than a very satisfying reunion.
Let’s face it, Fast & Furious is not exactly the type of series to concern itself with awards and critical recognition so intellectual junkies must not apply. Everything is fast, furious and the crew; now loaded after pulling off an incredible heist in Rio last year respond to Agent Hobb’s (Dwayne Johnson) request to take down a London based operation led by Owen Shore (Luke Evans). Muscles and mayhem ensue! I bought the ticket, and what an entertaining and adrenaline charged hell of a ride it is. I can’t wait for Fast 7, post-credits have confirmed that Jason Statham (Transporter) is the next antagonist!
DISCLAIMER: WTF REVIEWS IS AN IMMATURE AND LAZY EXCUSE TO RATTLE OFF ABOUT MOVIES I HAPPEN TO WATCH — WITHOUT A MODICUM OF REGARD FOR FLOW, QUALITY, OBJECTIVITY OR RESPONSIBLE BLOGGING. THIS IS THE FIRST IN A LONG LINE OF ENTRIES.