Fast & Furious 6


Action / Crime / Thriller

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 69%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 84%
IMDb Rating 7.1 10 343,757


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April 15, 2019



Dwayne Johnson as Dwayne Johnson
Gal Gadot as Gisele
Jason Statham as Farmer
Rita Ora as Dr. Ann Laurent
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23.976 fps
130 min
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Reviewed by artgutierrez 1 / 10 / 10

Too much incredulous stupidity for me to handle

I can handle a certain amount of incredulous stupidity in film, if it entertains. But when a movie like FF6 blatantly abuses that limit of incredulous stupidity, I tune out. I only paid to see FF1 and FF2 in theaters. After that, I have only watched the rest of these ridiculous sequels for free on cable TV. I figured that I can handle the stupidity if it is free and it entertains. But the entire time you watch this movie, you will not be entertained. You will be constantly asking yourself "do the people who make this movie think I'm THAT stupid??" There are "turn off your brain movies", and then there's this overblown turd which amplifies the stupidity x100. I won't bother giving a plot review because there is no plot. I won't bother commenting on the acting, because there is none. All I'm saying is this.... If you're going to make a movie to entertain me, don't insult my intelligence this blatantly.

Reviewed by Jackson Booth-Millard 7 / 10 / 10

Fast & Furious 6

The high octane franchise has been a mixed bag over the years, it doesn't look to be stopping any time soon, even with this sixth entry, which got low ratings by critics, directed by Justin Lin (The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift, Fast & Furious 4 and 5, Star Trek Beyond). Basically in Brazil, following the successful Rio heist, Dominic "Dom" Toretto (Vin Diesel) and his professional criminal crew have fled around the world. Dom is living with new love interest Elena Neves (Elsa Pataky), a former police officer; Dom's friend, former FBI agent Brian O'Conner (Paul Walker), is with Dom's sister Mia (Jordana Brewster), and their son Jack; Gisele Yashar (Wonder Woman's Gal Gadot) and Han Seoul-Oh (Sung Kang) are living together; and Roman Pearce (Tyrese Gibson) and Tej Parker (Chris "Ludacris" Bridges) are living in luxury. Meanwhile DSS (Diplomatic Security Service) agents Luke Hobbs (Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson) and Riley Hicks (Gina Carano) are investigating a crew that have destroyed a Russian military convoy, led by former British SAS Major and special ops soldier Owen Shaw (Luke Evans). Hobbs wants Dom and his crew to help capture Shaw, Dom is initially uninterested, but then he is shown a photograph of his former lover, supposedly long-dead Leticia "Letty" Ortiz (Michelle Rodriguez) (the twist end after the credits of F&F5), Dom and his crew accept the mission, on the condition that they are all pardoned for their crimes. In London, England, Shaw's hideout is staked out, but it turns out to be a trap, distracting the team and the police, while he carries out an Interpol building heist. The hideout is detonated, disabling most of the police, Shaw manages to escape a pursuit, in an indestructible car, and when Letty arrives to to help Shaw, she sees Dom momentarily, before shooting him without hesitation. Back at headquarters, Hobbs explains that Shaw is stealing components to create a deadly device, intending to sell it to the highest bidder, Shaw meanwhile investigates opposing group, discovering Letty's relationship with Dom, but she is suffering from amnesia and has no memory of the past. Dom's crew learn that Shaw is connected to drug lord Arturo Braga, who was imprisoned by Brian, returning to Los Angeles, as a prisoner, Brian questions Braga, who says Letty survived the explosion that seemingly killed her, Shaw took her after discovering her amnesia, Brian is then released with the help of the FBI. Dom manages to reunite with Letty, he challenges her to a street racing competition, and returns her cross necklace he had kept, after she leaves, Dom refuses Shaw's offer of a chance to walk away, threatening his family if he does not. Tej tracks Shaw's next attack to a Spanish NATO base, his crew plan to assault a highway military convoy carrying a computer chip that will complete his deadly device. Dom's crew interferes, while Shaw, accompanied by Letty, commandeers a tank, destroying cars en route, Brian and Roman manage to flip the tank, Letty is thrown out, Dom risks his own life to save her. Shaw and his crew are captured, but it is revealed Mia has been kidnapped, and that Hobbs' partner Riley is a covert accomplice to Shaw, Hobbs is forced to release them, but Letty chooses to stay with Dom. Shaw's team and kidnapped Mia have boarded a large moving aircraft on a runway, Dom's crew gives chase; Dom, Letty and Brian board the craft, Brian rescues Mia, while the plane is tether to the rest of the team's vehicles to stop take-off. Gisele sacrifices herself to save Han, Letty kills Riley and gets to safety, Dom pursues Shaw and the computer chip, Shaw is thrown from the plane and seriously injured as it crashes into the ground, and Dom drives a car out of the exploding craft. Dom gives the chip to Hobbs, this secures the pardons for all the team, they all return to Los Angeles and their lives, Hobbs and Elena become partners, and she accepts that Dom loves Letty. In the post-credits sequence, Han is involved in a car crash in Tokyo, Japan, the driver (Jason Statham) walks away from the scene after leaving Letty's cross necklace at the scene, then calls Dom to say "You don't know me. You're about to.", before Han is killed when the car explodes. Also starring Clara Paget as Vegh, Kim Kold as Klaus, David Ajala as Ivory, Thure Lindhardt as Firuz and singer Rita Ora as Race Caller. Like most of the films in the series the storyline is not necessarily what you pay attention to, that is biggest problem with this one, it is not well executed, it is too much style over substance, the chases and explosions with cool cars are all fine, but there are preposterous things going on throughout (London with no traffic?), and the banter inbetween falls flat, it was a little boring, a fair but also disappointing action thriller. Okay!

Reviewed by EBJ 7 / 10 / 10

Still enjoyable but not on par with 5; Would Recommend

Directed by Justin Lin Starring Paul Walker, Vin Disel and Dwayne Johnson Plot Overview: ​At the slight chance of his presumed dead girlfriend to be alive, Dominic Torretto(Vin Disel) gathers his old crew to find his love, and stop terrorist Owen Shaw(Luke Evans). While I did enjoy this, I think that it tried too hard to improve on things that didn't need improving. Granted it helped in some areas, such as the villains, but that doesn't mean everything needed improving. It does have its moments and when it shines, it shines, but it's not as good as 5. It is better than 1-4 and I can recommend you seeing it but I just feel it wanted to go bigger and better but only went bigger, and that thought hurt the film. The story for this movie was over-bloated and it tried to go bigger than 5 but that harmed the movie. I really enjoyed 5 partly because it was Torretto and co doing what they do best and the fact it was just a great, fun heist movie that mixed the franchise up. 6 tried to turn them into international spies which tries to give bigger stakes and make the movies seem more grander than what they are. I do like how they attempt to interconnect all the movies 'individual stories' which one 'overarching narrative' and think it was pretty smart to do so. Paul Walker was decent as Brian O'Connor. Vin Disel was not good as Dominic Torretto and I don't think lightning can strike twice. Dwayne Johnson was great as Hobbs and is still the stand out character. Michelle Rodriguez was fine as Letty but her twist was pretty lazily handled, as far as I'm concerned. Luke Evans was good as Owen Shaw and made Shaw the first good villain in the franchise. Technically, the movie was passable. Some of the effects were pretty great but aside from that the cinematography and whatnot was fine. This movie needed to provide fun action scenes and set pieces. This movie had SIX movies of bad villains weighing on its shoulders and it managed to create a passable villain in the form of Owen Shaw but it still felt like they were trying too hard. In conclusion, this movie has some enjoyable moments and I do recommend you see it but it doesn't hold a candle to 5 but I suppose it couldn't live up to it. 7/10 Would Recommend

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