Fast and Furious details
|Formats:||12 DVD, Blu-ray|
|Starring:||Vin Diesel, Paul Walker, Michelle Rodriguez, Jordana Brewster, John Ortiz, Laz Alonso, Gal Gadot, Shea Whigham, Liza Lapira|
|Studio:||UNIVERSAL PICTURES UK|
Fast and Furious
|Run time:||1 hour 47 minutes|
|Rental release:||21 Sep 2009|
By Tom Charity from LOVEFiLM
Expect fast paced action as the original cast reteam for the third Fast & Furious instalment.
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Fast and FuriousBy a customer from Bristol , 26 Jan 2009
[Highly rated reviewer]All 'Fast and Furious' with Vin Diesel are grate,I so all the 3 films and love to see them again and again
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must see this filmBy potts1980 (31 reviews) from Carshalton , 15 May 2011this is a great film. good story line. great driving skills and great acting. cant wait to see number 5
turbo testosterone shizzle dizzleBy gianino (648 reviews) from London , 14 May 2011It's really unlikely that the sequels are good but this is an exeption. All FF are awesone apart possibly from Tokyo adrift but mainly because it was infact different with a different cast. However this one is again wicked, the acting is cool & the plot is awesome. And sorry to repeat myself but i love Paul Walker....seriously! :)
Just okay :(By sdfilm (125 reviews) from Oxon , 09 May 2011I really enjoyed the first two films and thought that this would be more like them as it was the original cast. However its just not as good. I hope F&F 5 is better.
Fast and Furious 4By a customer , 05 May 2011great film.nice to see original cast again,lets you know whats happened since previous film.top notch car scenes and explosive scenes are fab.
Turbo Charged FunBy Jennish (336 reviews) from Rye , 02 May 2011Renting a movie from this franchise means you probably know what you are after. Cars, check, Diesel, check, muscles, check, babes, check, music video look, check, CGI enhanced stunts, check, snappy editing, check.
With this simple checklist over there's little to say than that this signifies that young Master Diesel's purgatory following the Chronicles of Riddick continues. His fall back into a franchise that wasn't even a franchise when he last appeared in it is probably a bad sign for his career but a good one for this movie. It seems also mildly amusing that Michelle Rodriguez is so expensive to hire these days that they had to ditch her character after a brief sequence, poor Vin just isn't box office in the same way these days. Still, my partner is fond of him and also didn't believe that there had been five movies in the franchise. I rented this one to put her right and satisfy her need for a glimpse of Diesel doing up engines in his tight white T-shirt.
The plot needs little explanation. Once a few loose ends of previous installments of the franchise are hitched together things pick up pace. Vin and Paul go after evil Mexican drug lord in their fast cars, racing each other and the drug lord's henchmen. Things get faster and faster from their onwards. A mad hoot that utterly lacks any pretension to be other than it is.