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Robdemanc
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06 Feb 2013, 2:10 pm

I watched the first two of these films recently and enjoyed them. I thought I would hate them and would give me overload but I found them exciting and had interesting stories.

Does anyone like them? Not seen them all but wonder if the others are good.



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06 Feb 2013, 2:17 pm

The first was good, but after that it lost its edge. The fifth instalment was ridiculous fun though.


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06 Feb 2013, 6:30 pm

I liked the first and third(? Tokyo Drift) films.

I though the sound was really well done in the first one, i.e. the turbo pop off valve hissing between shifts and that high-perf. motor induction sound. Got big adrenaline rushes from that.

In the third one, I liked the story. It was the opposite of the usual Hollywood "western guy goes to asia and shows them how to kick ass the USA-way, because the USA-way is better," rather than "western guy goes to asia and adapts to the culture and learns how to kick ass their way." I.e. though the symbolism of the Chevy Mustang with the Japanese motor.



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06 Feb 2013, 7:38 pm

Even though I have never seen any of the F&TF movies, I am looking forward to seeing the new F&TF movie
when it opens this May.


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09 Feb 2013, 9:31 pm

I loved the 69' Charger in the first and cryed in the theater when it got trashed, I was 11, theater was full of scary teens and I would still do the same, Mom was with me and got a crush on Vin Diesel lol. I can see through the effects so that takes some fun out of it, not into tuner cars either. The one really good trend that came from FATF is it made the carbon wings popular and thats go becouse I think if your going to put a wing on a car it should at least be capible of providing downforce of some kind. I have seen far worse I must admit, should I see the next 2 or 3?



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06 Jul 2013, 3:32 pm

These movies are fun. With the success of the fifth and sixth ones, I'd say this franchise isn't done yet.


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07 Jul 2013, 11:16 am

I have only seen the first 2. Is it worth watching all the others?



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07 Jul 2013, 7:45 pm

I've seen all the Fast and Furious movies and I LOVED them ALOT, really worth watching if action is your favorite genre.

Can't wait to see the next F&F. ;)


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21 Jul 2013, 3:23 pm

I just saw the fifth one. It was the best of the sequels.


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