Fast & Furious

Fast & Furious

Fast & Furious

The fourth film in the high-speed franchise with Vin Diesel and Paul Walker back in the drivers' seats. The action heads back to L.A. where ex-cop Brian O’Conner (Walker) and fugitive Dom Toretto (Diesel) are forced to confront a mutual enemy - a sociopathic drug kingpin who is flooding the U.S. with lethal product (via street racers who zip across the U.S.-Mexican border). The car-nage involves convoy heists to precision tunnel crawls across the border. Michelle Rodriguez and Jordana Brewster are also back.

2009Rating: M, contains violence, offensive language and sexual references107 minsUSA
ActionSport
Director:
Justin Lin ('The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift', 'Annapolis')
Writer:
Chris Morgan
Cast:
Vin DieselPaul WalkerMichelle RodriguezJordana BrewsterLaz AlonsoRobert Miano
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Reviews & comments

Flicks, Andreas Heinemann

Flicks, Andreas Heinemann

flicks

Number four in the most souped-up, turbo-charged franchise in the movie world has arrived, and it’s not deviating too far from the playbook that made it such a success up to this point. If anything, it tries to recapture those bygone glory days by re-casting Paul Walker and Vin Diesel in the roles that made them stars.

2.0
0

A lot better than the the last two.

Vin Diesel still has a limited emotional range but then maybe that's why people like him.

4.0
0

Just watches it today

i loved it it's better than tokyo drift atleast but yeah it's cool im gonna watch it again tomorrow

5.0
0
Variety

Variety

press

A series that's provided a successful, moderately enjoyable ride up to now blows its tires, gasket and transmission on its way to flaming out in Fast & Furious.

0
Total Film

Total Film

press

Slick action, hot hardware, shame about the screenplay… Still, it’s the best since the original TFATF, and fans of Diesel’s gravel-voiced swagger will get a kick seeing him reprise the role that put him on the map.

3.0
0
The New York Times

The New York Times

press

Inoffensive if uninspired.

0
Roger Ebert

Roger Ebert

press

I admire the craft involved, but the movie leaves me profoundly indifferent. After three earlier movies in the series, which have been transmuted into video games, why do we need a fourth one? Oh. I just answered my own question.

0
New Zealand Herald

New Zealand Herald

press

Boy racer series gets a cylinder rebore. Still runs a little rough.

3.0
0
Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles Times

press

Fast & Furious is, in a very bizarre way, a thing of gasp-inducing artistry to watch, even if you're not a member of the NASCAR, gear-head, street-racing crowd.

0
Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

press

Fast & Furious is the first film since the original to be smart about how far to stretch logic without sacrificing the desired macho swagger and revved-up emotions.

0
Empire Magazine

Empire Magazine

press

If it were a DVD, you’d Fast & Forward to the chases, but not Forgive & Forget the crushing disappointment. In cinemas, you have to endure exposition and sob-you-were-my-best-friend scenes. It’s clearly time for Fast & Furious Vs. The Transporter...

3.0
0
Dominion Post

Dominion Post

press

A good action flick is just as difficult to get right as a film from any other genre. And Fast and Furious is one of the better examples I've seen in ages.

3.0
0
Flicks, Andreas Heinemann

Flicks, Andreas Heinemann

flicks

Number four in the most souped-up, turbo-charged franchise in the movie world has arrived, and it’s not deviating too far from the playbook that made it such a success up to this point. If anything, it tries to recapture those bygone glory days by re-casting Paul Walker and Vin Diesel in the roles that made them stars.

2.0
0
Variety

Variety

press

A series that's provided a successful, moderately enjoyable ride up to now blows its tires, gasket and transmission on its way to flaming out in Fast & Furious.

0
Total Film

Total Film

press

Slick action, hot hardware, shame about the screenplay… Still, it’s the best since the original TFATF, and fans of Diesel’s gravel-voiced swagger will get a kick seeing him reprise the role that put him on the map.

3.0
0
The New York Times

The New York Times

press

Inoffensive if uninspired.

0
Roger Ebert

Roger Ebert

press

I admire the craft involved, but the movie leaves me profoundly indifferent. After three earlier movies in the series, which have been transmuted into video games, why do we need a fourth one? Oh. I just answered my own question.

0
New Zealand Herald

New Zealand Herald

press

Boy racer series gets a cylinder rebore. Still runs a little rough.

3.0
0
Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles Times

press

Fast & Furious is, in a very bizarre way, a thing of gasp-inducing artistry to watch, even if you're not a member of the NASCAR, gear-head, street-racing crowd.

0
Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

press

Fast & Furious is the first film since the original to be smart about how far to stretch logic without sacrificing the desired macho swagger and revved-up emotions.

0
Empire Magazine

Empire Magazine

press

If it were a DVD, you’d Fast & Forward to the chases, but not Forgive & Forget the crushing disappointment. In cinemas, you have to endure exposition and sob-you-were-my-best-friend scenes. It’s clearly time for Fast & Furious Vs. The Transporter...

3.0
0
Dominion Post

Dominion Post

press

A good action flick is just as difficult to get right as a film from any other genre. And Fast and Furious is one of the better examples I've seen in ages.

3.0
0

A lot better than the the last two.

Vin Diesel still has a limited emotional range but then maybe that's why people like him.

4.0
0

Just watches it today

i loved it it's better than tokyo drift atleast but yeah it's cool im gonna watch it again tomorrow

5.0
0