Fast and Furious 6 the high octane adventure is every bit of combustible as it's name imply's. Right from the start this two hour movie on wheels director Justin Lin manages to out do the last. Though each movie in the franchise are somewhat the same he never lets you down when it comes to new and bolder stunts and action. During the first five minutes director Lin takes us from the Canary Islands to Moscow to London, while also summarizing the five "F&F" films that came before. Van Diesel who seems to have been born to make these movies gives the films it's catch phrase "Family" It's all about family, while his pit crew has grown into a satisfyingly connected team. It"s this sense of communal spirit that gives the "F&F series it's heart. A family reunion is what this film is all about as Dom and his crew unite to save one of their own. Dom's long ago love Letty (Michelle Rodriguez) who was supposed to have been killed in the fourth film was revealed to be alive in "Fast Five" and now we learn in Six who she is working for, another team headed by a devilish villain named Shaw (Luke Evans). He's on the verge of developing some powerful Technological weapon and Special Agent Hobbs (Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson's) needs Dom and his crews help to take down Shaw. Dom and his best friend Brian (Paul Walker) and their crew (Ludactis, Tyrese Gibson, Sung kang and Gina Carano are in London now stalking Shaw. They are ready to take him down but Dom really want to see Letty but he is soon to find out she doesn't know who he is as her memory has been totally washed. Looking at the supporting cast Rodriguez and Evans are particularly strong in character. Carano and Jordana Brewster, Dom's sister are somewhat stiff. The plot in general is quite serviceable boosted by humor and remains one of those stories which you can hang breathtaking action scenes, chases, explosions and hand-to-hand combat scenes on.
Butch Leake (CORNER TALK REPORT)
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