Fast & Furious
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Vin Diesel and Paul Walker return to the film franchise that helped to launch each of their respective careers as the Fast and the Furious series winds to a close under the creative eye of Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift director Justin Lin. Fugitive ex-con Dom Toretto (Diesel) is back in Los Angeles to seek out the truth behind a high-profile crime, but his presence in town doesn't sit well with Agent Brian O'Conner (Walker). These two rivals are forced to unite in the cause of fighting a common enemy, however, when convoy heists and precision tunnel crawls lead them out of Los… More

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Rotten Tomatoes Score: 27%

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"Though I admit the title of the film is slightly dumb, I can't really fault much else going on here."
‑ Laremy Legel,
"This is more of the same."
‑ Ben Lyons, At the Movies
"The tagline for this film is: 'New Model, Original Parts'. It should be: 'Are you dumb enough to pay for the same film twice?'"
‑ Adam Ross, The Aristocrat
"Here's hoping this is the last, but after the huge amount of money it has taken already in the States, don't be surprised to see a 5th."
‑ Sam Bathe, Fan The Fire
"Lin makes the few set pieces sandwiched between the many flat, talky scenes count as much as they can."
‑ Michael Dequina,
"Turn off your mind, though, and there's some fun to be had from some of the better whizz-bang sequences."
‑ Derek Adams, Time Out
"The stars look bored out of their minds when the fourth episode of the franchise stalls between racing sequences, which is all too often in a flick where 106 minutes speed by in what feels like at least four hours."
‑ Lou Lumenick, New York Post
‑ Dave White,
"Isn't worth even the most forgiving action fan's time..."
‑ Felix Vasquez Jr., Cinema Crazed
"'Fast & Furious?' The stars of this sequel are more like Sluggish & Vaguely Grumpy, though it's nothing a little bit of fiber in their diets couldn't cure."
‑ Matt Soergel, Florida Times-Union
"This is a movie about street racers... criminals in fact, and there was nothing grimy or dirty about it at all."
‑ Ben Mankiewicz, At the Movies
"People who want nothing more out of a movie than an extended rap video -- there's lots of hip-hop, close-ups of cars, and women in shiny tiny shorts -- may be satisfied. But this movie isn't much more than a re-do of the first film in the series."
‑ Stephen Whitty, Newark Star-Ledger
"As hard as it is to believe, having the old gang back really does make a big difference, just not big enough. Lin isn't the director to offer anything new enough to make Fast & Furious worth your time unless you're a hardcore fan of the series."
‑ Joshua Starnes,
"One of the film's biggest laughs is showing title credits. Clearly, after a prologue in which thieves play chicken with a burning, tumbling oil tanker, the possibility exists this is a Steven Soderbergh experimental gamble. Dumb, fun & entertaining."
‑ Nick Rogers,
"'Neat to watch' summarizes the film quite nicely. The revenge subplot that drives Fast and Furious is uninteresting since we haven't seen these characters in eight years."
‑ Sonny Bunch, Washington Times
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