Perhaps they thought that getting Vin Diesel, Paul Walker, Michelle Rodriguez and Jordana Brewster back together from 2001 would be enough for the franchise’s fans, and that plot, character and acting were unnecessary. The opening scene is cool (though preposterous), but the film injects its nitro too soon, and the rest of this car-culture cop caper will seem redundant, even to those fans. It’s car chase, clunky dialogue, car chase, tough talk, car chase, etc., right down to the final exciting car chase, most of which I managed to stay awake for. It’s like watching someone else play a video game.
Honoring Donald Richie’s legacy
Taking a Japan adolescence back to the UK
Shop, stay or play—there’s plenty for parents and kids to do in the city
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