The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift
The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift (2006)

Better Luck Tomorrow director Justin Lin picks up where John Singleton left off to offer a high-octane look at the world of underground Japanese drift-racing in the latest installment of the super-charged Fast and the Furious film series. A… More

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Rated: PG-13
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Release Date: June 16, 2006
DVD Release Date: September 26, 2006
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Critic Score: 37% Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews

Consensus: Eye-popping driving sequences coupled with a limp story and flat performances make this Drift an adequate follow-up to the previous Fast and Furious installments. Strictly for the racing crowd and fans of the first two films.

Peter Travers
Rolling Stone

Look out for a star cameo -- it's the only surprise you'll get from this heap.

Nathan Lee
New York Times

A number of questions spring to mind when considering The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift. Can the movies possibly get any faster or more furious? What exactly is the Tokyo Drift? And does Al Gore know what we can do to stop it?

Jeffrey Lyles
Lyles' Movie Files

Considered the red headed stepchild of the 'Fast and Furious' franchise, but beyond the obvious missteps, it's a very fun outing that truly doesn't deserve its bad rap.

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Scott Tobias
AV Club

The racing sequences are the series' meat and potatoes, but in terms of story, Tokyo Drift barely offers a stalk of asparagus.

Matt Singer
Village Voice

Tokyo Drift is a subculture in search of a compelling story line, and Black's leaden performance makes you pine for the days of Paul Walker.

Josh Larsen
LarsenOnFilm far the most formally intriguing installment in the franchise.

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Derek Adams
Time Out

True, it tries to be tongue-in-cheek, but really it's just cheek.

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Richard Roeper
Ebert & Roeper

The whole thing is preposterous. The acting is so awful, some of the worst performances I've seen in a long, long time.

Luke Goodsell
Empire Magazine Australasia

A neon-lit western where the steeds are cast in steel and the drifter's gunfight for the town and the girl is fought on four wheels; it's a movie proudly committed to noise, colour and motion.

Flixster Audience Score: 69% Flixster User Reviews
Phil Hubbs
I've said it before and I'll say it again...this is the best darn Fast n Furious chapter on the track by miles (puns away!). No big names and no… More
Eugene Bernabe
The series takes a drastic turn into the drifting aspect. Although very well visualized, still lacked a little in unmotivated performances from the stars as… More
KJ Proulx
This film, starring an entirely new cast, is actually very, very enjoyable fun; However, even though I am saying that, it is definitely the weakest in the… More
Jim Careter
Tokyo Drift is the weakest in the series and wasn't very good. The story was weak and very boring, I never found myself getting interested in the… More
Edward Boxler
Tokyo Drift marks a point in this franchise where the filmmakers have had to broaden their horizons by venturing to other parts of the globe to keep making new… More
Dead Angel
I thought this was the worst. Only the stunts might be entertaining to watch but the whole movie was crap. Vin Diesel was like a treat in the end. And Brian,… More