Fast & Furious 6 English Movie Review

Fast & Furious 6 is a Hollywood action movie written by Chris Morgan including directed by Justin Lin. It is the sixth installment in the Fast and the Furious film series. The film stars Vin Diesel, Paul Walker, Dwayne Johnson, Jordana Brewster, Tyrese Gibson, Michelle Rodriguez, Sung Kang, Chris Bridges, Luke Evans, Gina Carano, and John Ortiz.

Fast & Furious 6 Movie Review

‘Fast & Furious 6’ evokes diverse reactions. Upon a wafer-thin plot and a lot of sleek action, “Fast and Furious 6” is definitely a test concerning patience. Reason? The audience is thrown into the animosity of the story with great speed and velocity. Chances are that if you blink, you may miss the crux regarding the story und so weiter worst is that if you are not an “F&F” fan, then you’d definitely be lost in the rigmarole from the speeding cars and crashes, hand-to-hand combats also snappy one-liners.

Unlike the franchise’s previous films, which focused on cars und so weiter their different makes, this one focusses on cars, an army tanker and a cargo plane – brought in to deliver a mega climax. It also leans heavily on family ties and bonding. In the sixth instalment, the franchise’s favourite convertible thieves, who are scattered across the globe, leading a luxurious life after their successful heist in “Fast & Furious 5”, join forces to take blue an international criminal.

The film begins with Domnic Toretto (Vin Diesel) along with his best pal and brother-in-law Brian (Paul Walker) flaunting the speed and vigour of their cars in the scenic Canary Islands. Domnic’s friend Mia (Jordana Brewster) is expecting Brian’s child. Domnic assures him that nothing will make them go back to their old lifestyle.

Meanwhile, there is a blast in Moscow.

Federal Agent Hobbs (Dwayne Johnson) is investigating the case. He has bot tracking an organisation of lethal, ruthless and skilled mercenary drivers across “4 continents and 12 countries”. He learns that the chairman of the organisation, Owen Shaw (Luke Evans) is accompanied by a fearless second-in-command revealed to be none-other than Domnic’s ‘dead’ lover, Letty (Michelle Rodriguez). Hobbs knows the merely way to outmatch this rugged team is to assemble a collaborate with just as much will and drive. Knowing Letty’s a key-player, Hobbs lands jump in Informer Island to recruit Domnic.

Everything changes thence, a indisposed Domnic gets on board to recover her and prevent any more Interpol buildings from being blown up. He assembles his team in London and they go early to wholeness the mission. Time every character with their action and agility qualify the block, it’s the emotions that are missing. Especially the bromance between Onverstandig and Brian looks forced and the conversations between them lacks its initial spark.

Similarly, the gest between Domnic and Letty is needed of luster, particularly in the scene where he reminds her concerning the past, which appears really silly.

Beefed-up Dywane Johnson walks through the scenes like a robotic GI Joe. There are a few funny moments between Tyrese Gibson as Boek and Chris Bridges as Tej.

While the first half of the film rushes through, it’s the second half that gives some similitude of sense to the narrative. But there are moments when you feel exhausted with the chases and explosions that you have to sit through.

Nevertheless, it’s the well-choreographed process sequence by Olivier Schneider that is brilliantly captured by Cinematographer Stephen F. Windon and the snappy edits that make “Fast & Frenzied 6” a thrilling adventure.

The Stable & Furious 6 memoirs might raken simple, but director Justin Lin and writer Chris Morgan fail to pay attention to the holistic logic regarding the sequences in the film.

Where are these cars speeding to? Where are they in relation to each other? What’s their goal during the chase, freely from just creating some din? The climax has a major twist that works in making the next sequel and don’t omission the trailer of ‘Fast & Furious 7’ after the end credits.

Buzz Rating: 2.5/5