The Fast And The Furious - Tokyo Drift details
|Formats:||12 DVD, Blu-ray|
|Starring:||Lil Bow Wow, Damien Marzette, Lucas Black, Trula M. Marcus, Sung Kang, Zachery Ty Bryan, Brian Goodman, Brian Tee, Nathalie Kelley, Kario Salem|
|Genres:||Action/Adventure - Comedy, Martial Arts, Thriller - Drama|
|Studio:||UNIVERSAL PICTURES UK VIDEO RENTAL|
The Fast And The Furious - Tokyo Drift
|Run time:||1 hour 40 minutes|
|Rental release:||30 Oct 2006|
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VrroooommmmmBy KH08 from Bristol , 31 Oct 2006
[Highly rated reviewer]here we go again the 3rd film in the TFTF franchise.
A new character in the form of the great Lucas Black with his Texan drawl. Very well played with a great supporting cast even the now big lil' bow wow.
As for the action as ever very fast with great stunts and driving especially the chase through Tokyo at night.
The soundtrack for this is also very good and you can see why teenage boys would love this film.
A more accessible film about drifiting than the film Initial D drift racer. Surprisingly enought it is the same stretch of moutnain road used in both films.
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So averageBy MickeyMouse3000 (299 reviews) from Dorset, England , 14 Apr 2012I've never been a big fan of The Fast & The Furious movies to be honest - but as a lover of cool cars and fast paced car chases/races etc, I always hope the next one will be the one in the franchise that really delivers something great for me. Unfortunately, somehow despite my interest in the general ideas, I always find the F&F movies a bit lacklustre, this third movie being the weakest so far. The whole thing is so formulaic and just rehashes the same old ideas yet again. The racing is kinda cool but never really excited me that much. The characters were interesting enough but there wasn't any decent drama between them to speak of and it all felt too familiar. The main actor was good, to be fair he performed well and looked the part - but I found his accent really annoying at times. By the end of the whole thing, I felt nothing really and can't say I particularly enjoyed it or disliked it. Annoyingly, I am already planning to watch the fourth one, fingers crossed yet again that it delivers proper action thrills this time round. I expect I'll be disappointed.
Engines Ready!By BMidland (141 reviews) from Walsall , 27 Feb 2012This being the second film I have seen in the Fast And Furious series, I wasn't expecting much, with this having no real connection to the other films in the series.
What is there though is an absolute riot from beginning to end and if the other films in the series are of this standard, I look forward to seeing them.
DRRIIIFFFFTTTTT !!!!!!!By Mike_B (5 reviews) , 10 Jan 2012Good film, but if you are a fan of the series you will know that it is out of sequence.
The best bit is of course the driving scenes, makes you want to go out and learn how to drift :)
Poor Entry To The SeriesBy BethJohn (17 reviews) , 08 Sep 2011Not great. A disappointing entry in to the series. This is what you get when you take away the main characters I guess. Even the car chases/scenes were rather mundane. Shame.
slow burnerBy a customer , 14 Jun 2011A bit slow getting going but gets there eventually. It is probably not as good as the others but the teenage sons enjoyed it