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The Fate of the Furious
When a mysterious woman seduces Dom into the world of crime and a betrayal of those closest to him, the crew face trials that will test them as never before.
|Studio :||Universal Pictures, Original Film, Dentsu Inc.,|
|Crew :||Art Department Coordinator, Art Department Coordinator,|
|Cast :||Vin Diesel Jason Statham Dwayne Johnson Michelle Rodriguez Tyrese Gibson|
|Genre :||Adventure Drama Action Thriller Crime|
Nice effects though.
Instead, you get a movie that's enjoyable enough, but leaves you feeling like it could have been much, much more.
There's no way I can possibly love it entirely but I just think its ridiculously bad, but enjoyable at the same time.
This is a dark and sometimes deeply uncomfortable drama
Tbh I've could not enjoy this movie not even as drunk but the ost during the credit it's lit
This is something people are completely forgetting when they watch these movies. I watched the 1st F&F when I was 13 in a drive-thru cinema. I remember at the end of the film, people revving their engines and peeling out of there like they were suddenly drag racers. That's the entire essence of this franchise. It's not good screenplay, or brilliant acting, or massively original plots. It's turn-your-brain-off, a flurry of furious action and fast cars. Hence the name THE FAST AND THE FURIOUS. Even the title tells you exactly what you're in store for. This addition is similar to the rest of the movies. Get the impossible to get bad guy by driving cars (in this franchise, any problem can be solved with a fast car). Dwayne Johnson really stands out as an absolute beast in this movie and appears larger and more invincible than ever. The car scenes are pretty good, but in this movie the hand-to-hand combat action really steals the show. Ignore the awful one liners and don't expect a work of art.
The eighth outing for the automotive crew makes the Oceans film cast list look small. When acting royalty, in the shape of Dame Helen Mirren are uncredited, you have to question why. Given the script, it was never going to win her another Oscar . The car stunts try to out do the previous seven films, with big explosions and a seemingly unlimited number of crashing cars. Yet compared to the previous films, the street racing and precision driving that made the previous films so enjoyable has been replaced with Dwayne Johnson coaching little league soccer and my favourite character: baby Toretto (James Ayoub/Carlos De La Hoz), who totally upstages Jason Statham - who is in competition with Tyrese Gibson for the most amusing scene - without speaking a single word. The film is a bunch of set pieces, with a bit of story to tie them together; cliches of being able to avoid any injuries while facing an army of heavy fire or wrecking a city with technology that would make Elon Musk jealous and just walking away.Charlize Theron makes for a decent foe, though for all her apparent power and infamy, her execution leaves a lot to be desired, as well as enough room for the usual array of supped up muscle cars to drive all over and through it. While Kurt Russell reprises his role as Mr Nobody, basically taking the role of trying to direct the super egos by being secretive/mysterious and cool at the same time.Whether the next film in the series has Dom's nitrous boosted stallion sporting ISO fix seats, I don't know. But given kids born when the series started can now drive themselves, I wouldn't put it past the directors having him driving a V8 minivan a quarter mile at a time.
'The Fate Of The Furious (2017)' is an admirable attempt to alter the established formula. It keeps this franchise from feeling stale eight films in, but the story still isn't the most unique and hits all the beats you would expect. Still, this is a well directed - though some special effects are visually and conceptually dubious, at best - and entertaining action film that is constantly fun as well being one of the deepest in the series. 7/10