Action-thriller from the director of Notorious and Men of Honor.... More

After 10 years in prison, Driver (Dwayne Johnson) has a singular focus – to avenge the murder of his brother during the botched bank robbery that led to his imprisonment. But two men are on his trail – a veteran cop (Billy Bob Thornton) just days from retirement, and a young egocentric hitman (Oliver Jackson-Cohen) with a flair for the art of killing and a newfound worthy opponent. Hide

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Ok - first off, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson is pretty ok in this role. He plays a mean dude just released from jail out to avenge his brother. Sadly, this ain't no GET CARTER - but it's a straight, by the numbers revenge action movie that owes more to Steve McQueen movies such as BULLIT and especially THE GETAWAY. Not a patch on DRIVE - but this aims for the gut rather than the brain cells. It's let down by Ryan Reynolds look-a-like Oliver Jackson-Cohen as a yoga-loving billionaire hit... More man. It's the sort of kooky killr character a younger Nick Cage would have been great for, but Jackson-Cohen looks like he's wandered in from an advert for men's suits / aftershave / whatever... Billy Bob Thornton is the cop - in very much the mould of Gary Oldman in the brilliant LEON: THE PROFESSIONAL - but, like his atrocious hair-piece, the script lets him down. That said, FASTER is still better than just about every recent Jason Statham vehicle...Hide

BY bigspendakev superstar

Hes a dam good actor and action man if you like Dwayne Johnson then youll see this movie if not then its a good fast paced action movie

I admit the only reason I watched this was because of the Rock, so I was disappointed at how much of a let down it was. It was a decent movie that fell flat and never really picked up.

A great action packed movie by the rock, good to see him back in more manly roles, rather than dressing up as fairies. a movie that wont let you down

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