Does anyone enjoyd watching new part of Fast and Furious, without Paul Walker?
I thought it was okay. I suspect many people like it as it's almost made $1 Billion globally in 2 weeks. No doubt the franchise will continue.
Actually I believe (the story) is what makes a film enjoyable. Had Paul been in this one I'm not sure (this movie plot) would have been any better. It was nice they gave Paul a nod in it.
Personally I feel the action sequences and the banter that goes with them are starting to wear thin. Jason Statham and Dwayne (The Rock) Johnson are more interesting to watch. Having said that the goal of trying to "one up" the stunts from a previous movie oftentimes detracts from character and plot development.
All of a sudden you have a table of writers asking the question: "Wouldn't it be cool if.." instead of coming up with a great story.
Yes I agree. But it just too extended maybe. Yes of course I would like to see more parts, but I didn't liked fantasy in such a movie. Almost all parts have a part of fantasys, but not that much. The farther movie being created, the more fantasy in.
By fantasy I assume you mean being too "unrealistic".
The truth of the matter getting into major car crashes and being able to walk it off is completely unrealistic! I suppose a viewer has to suspend the thought of reality. Like in James Bond
Yes, totally. And even win with uncustomized car going backwards vs fastest car... Something unrealistic I think..
by shahkar-khan 4 years ago
What were your reactions when you guys found out that Paul Walker died?Walker and a companion were driving in Valencia, Santa Clarita, California, when the red Porsche sports car they were in swung out of control and crashed into a light pole and tree. The car immediately exploded and burst into...
by musclequest 4 years ago
Is Paul Walker dead ?Did the fast and furious star die in a car accident ?
by Sammy 6 years ago
Does anyone actually enjoy the fast and furious franchise anymore?I personally dislike all of them except the first one. I mean, since when did not having a plot or stroyline ever become popular in movies? cars + explosions + bad acting = seriously lame! agree? disagree?
by Kimberly Johnson 4 years ago
SANTA CLARITA, Calif. — Actor Paul Walker, who shot to fame as star of the high-octane street racing franchise “Fast & Furious,” died Saturday in a car crash in Southern California. He was 40.Walker’s publicist Ame van Iden confirmed his death, but said she could not elaborate beyond...
by rob_allen 7 years ago
The best Fast and the Furious Movie?
by SpanStar 6 years ago
It probably isn't about much of anything but I thought it was interesting to know that in 1954 "The Fast and the Furious"was shown and although different today they both have to dowith racing cars. (just interesting)The Fast and the Furious(Unrated, 1:12:36, Released 1954)Genres:...
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