Vin Diesel, Paul Walker, Ludacris and the Rock are all back for the sixth (but not last) installment of the franchise
Fast and Furious 6 gets it's U.S. release today and whilst many are scratching their heads at how the franchise ever managed to get to six films, critics and audiences alike are in agreement with each other that the big wigs behind the franchise have left the best film until last (Though there's probably going to be a seventh).
With original stars Vin Diesel and Paul Walker joined by the likes of franchise regulars DWAYNE 'THE ROCK' JOHNSON and Ludacris (as Chris 'Ludacris' Bridges), the latest release is still very much a Fast & Furious film, but don't let that put you off just yet. With all the usual motoring chaos and carnage to expect, only this time round with a little added spice, the film is everything you could from a F&F movie, with added va-va-voom.
You may be asking yourself; how can director Justin Lin top the outrageous action scenes from last time? Well F&F 6 might not have a legion of racing cars tow a giant bank vault through the streets, but he does have an arsenal of gimmicks and outlandish plot turns to keep you more than amused for the 2+ hours of the film. Not wanting to give much away, lets just say that the bad guys in this film have tanks and snazzy cars that are designed so that when they strike another vehicle, the unwitting victim goes spinning through the air.
Don't worry though, Fast & Furious 6 isn't the end of an era, as the end of the movie (and studio execs) teases where the story could possibly go next. If road racing and tanks smashing into cars isn't your thing though, try The Big Wedding of The Great Gatsby instead.
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