Fast & Furious 6

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    Jun 04, 2013 8:26 PM GMT
    Anybody seen it yet? My partner and I went to see it over the weekend and it was spectacular. I might even go see it again! And the teaser for F&F7.....wow! (at least this time they put the teaser BEFORE the credits).
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    Jun 04, 2013 11:52 PM GMT
    i haven't seen it yet.
    but i do find it brilliant that from Fast5 they completely reinvented the movie, turning it into a heist movie with many actors. Its essentially oceans 11 now...but faster lol. i can see the FF franchise making boatloads of $, until they play it out.
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    Jun 05, 2013 4:48 AM GMT
    I haven't seen it yet, but I will.

    Cars are my one true passion, and I remember seeing the first three movies with my dad. Probably one of my favorite things that we did together.

    It's become less about the cars, and more about filling seats. I'm too loyal to leave it though! I'll love it even if I know I should hate it...
  • JohnDoe9688

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    Jun 05, 2013 4:50 AM GMT
    I want to see it so badly...and I didn't even know they were doing a FF7! that's sweet!icon_lol.gif
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    Jun 05, 2013 4:50 AM GMT
    The movie was really good! I personally like the Rio location better than london but other than that it was great! Go see it guys!
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    Jun 05, 2013 7:48 PM GMT
    My immediate reaction upon seeing that movie was: this is one of the most expensive pieces of shit I've ever watched.

    It's a ridiculous popcorn, summer action movie with threadbare characters and the thinnest of plots. Most likely, it will be enjoyed by whoever watches it. Unfortunately, it included something I hate, which is mass fatalities without consequence. I hate movies that indulge in mass destruction without any kind of reflection or acknowledgement of that destruction. The carnage becomes pure spectacle, when it is ripe for being used as upping-the-stakes drama (for another example of this kind of missed opportunity, check out Star Trek: Into Darkness).

    There were some good parts to the movie and I burst out laughing at the end of the bridge scene (you'll know which part when you get to it; it is beyond stupid and hilarious). I just wish the movie wasn't portraying assholishness as virtuous; asshole characters can be great when they are the asshole, but they lose any chance at that greatness once they are the higher standard by which all others fall short.

    I haven't seen the other Fast and Furious movies, and I have no real need to do so after seeing Fast and Furious 6.
  • madsexy

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    Jun 05, 2013 7:52 PM GMT
    NickoftheNorth saidMy immediate reaction upon seeing that movie was: this is one of the most expensive pieces of shit I've ever watched.

    It's a ridiculous popcorn, summer action movie with threadbare characters and the thinnest of plots. Most likely, it will be enjoyed by whoever watches it. Unfortunately, it included something I hate, which is mass fatalities without consequence. I hate movies that indulge in mass destruction without any kind of reflection or acknowledgement of that destruction. The carnage becomes pure spectacle, when it is ripe for being used as upping-the-stakes drama (for another example of this kind of missed opportunity, check out Star Trek: Into Darkness).

    There were some good parts to the movie and I burst out laughing at the end of the bridge scene (you'll know which part when you get to it; it is beyond stupid and hilarious). I just wish the movie wasn't portraying assholishness as virtuous; asshole characters can be great when they are the asshole, but they lose any chance at that greatness once they are the higher standard by which all others fall short.

    I haven't seen the other Fast and Furious movies, and I have no real need to do so after seeing Fast and Furious 6.


    A little high-hatted for what this is and what it only claims to be: summer action flick, not a work of cinematic art. And for that, what it claims to be, it was magnificent. I'm in the may go and see it again camp. Love those kick-ass movies, love The Rock and Vin Diesel, and still having wet dreams about Paul Walker.
  • comical44

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    Jun 07, 2013 2:05 AM GMT
    I thought it was pretty good!

    More fighting then their is Racing!

    The Stunts are really awesome I love the Tank scene
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    Jun 07, 2013 2:09 AM GMT
    To be honest I'm not a particular fan of F&F only because my knowledge of cars is 0.
    However I am a Vin Diesel fan ever since I found out he is a fellow nerd so I'm going to be watching it tonight with my fam.
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    Jun 07, 2013 2:14 AM GMT
    Best movie of the summer!!! Sorry Star Trek, you were great at the time but I was waiting for this one since Fast 5. If you are a fast fan, you need to watch this one. Fast 7 Summer 2014, the only down side to Fast 7, Justin Lin is no longer directing the franchise. He gave us Tokyo Drift all the way to Fast 6. Now Saw director James Wan is taking over for the supposed final Fast film to close out this saga.
  • madsexy

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    Jun 07, 2013 6:03 PM GMT
    Lo5t5oul5 saidBest movie of the summer!!! Sorry Star Trek, you were great at the time but I was waiting for this one since Fast 5. If you are a fast fan, you need to watch this one. Fast 7 Summer 2014, the only down side to Fast 7, Justin Lin is no longer directing the franchise. He gave us Tokyo Drift all the way to Fast 6. Now Saw director James Wan is taking over for the supposed final Fast film to close out this saga.


    Wait just a damn minute! F&F6 was great . . . but Star Trek ROCKED! icon_evil.gif