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Now that the Fast and Furious franchise has given up any pretense at being based in reality, I expect Fast and Furious 7 to involve Vin Diesel and Paul Walker heading into space to save the world from some apocalyptic threat.
Living in a non-extradition country, the Fast and Furious crew is enjoying the $100 million+ stolen in Rio after the fifth film. They have cash enough to do whatever they like… except go home again. Hobbs (Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson) offers a deal...
Federal agent Hobbs (Dwayne Johnson) seeks the help of Dominic Toretto (Vin Diesel), Brian O'Conner (Paul Walker) and their fugitive team to stop a group of international criminals led by ruthless mastermind Owen Shaw (Luke Evans). As enticement, Hobbs...
The cars and their drivers are back with a clear message about drag racing that began not long after they all took a break and temporarily handed the wheel over to Tokyo Drift.
JoBlo's Movie Emporium
I'm not quite sure when it happened - it was somewhere between the first big chase through London and the hilarious final moment of an insane tank pursuit - but at some point during FAST AND FURIOUS 6, I let go of my cynicism and overall resistance...
Atlantic City Weekly
You don’t have to be a gearhead to enjoy the Fast & Furious movies; I’m living proof of that. There is something particularly resilient about this franchise. Sure it has suffered from the occasional bout of engine trouble (Tokyo Drift comes to mind)...
Confirmed: 2013 is the year of movie amnesia. “Fast and Furious 6” marks the third time in fewer than three months (following “Upside Down” and “Trance”) a film has incorporated that soap-opera staple, and the plot point ain't improving with age.
““Fast and Furious 6” is the fastest, funniest and most outlandishly entertaining chapter yet. I’m not kidding, I kinda loved this insanely stupid movie.”
When we last saw Dom (Diesel), Brian (Walker) and company they had just dragged a bank vault through the streets of Rio de Janero before heading off to a wealthy retirement.
You could find out, perhaps, by joining the next space mission to another galaxy, or, slightly easier, you could go to your local multiplex and watch "Fast & Furious 6" without having seen the first five movies.
"Fast & Furious 6" is a fun summer thrill ride as long as director Justin Lin keeps the pedal to the metal in the action scenes. It's when he moves over to the slow lane to deal with relationships that the movie hits some big potholes.
New York Post
Still going strong in its sixth — and arguably most entertaining, or at least loudest — installment (with a seventh already announced), you could look at the 12-year-old “Fast and Furious’’ series as a steroid-pumped 21st-century version of the...
Eric D. Snider
Near the beginning of “Furious 6,” upon viewing a crime scene that involved a great deal of vehicular mayhem, FBI agent Hobbs (Dwayne Johnson) says, “There’s only one crew in the world that could get this done.”
"Mindless entertainment": that's a phrase that will be repeated often enough in association with Fast & Furious 6, which exists purely to showcase how idiotically over-the-top action sequences can become when annoyances like gravity are tossed to the...
The Fast & Furious series began as a look at underground street racing. When that got played out, the producers reinvented it as an unrepentantly outrageous action franchise about a bunch of car enthusiasts who use automobiles to bring down...
If you're in the mood for a solid action movie with an entertaining cast, then "Fast & Furious 6" delivers. You'll find it worth checking out in theaters. Just take a big bucket of popcorn along with you and leave your brain at home.
Reel Film Reviews
The latest entry in a seemingly unstoppable franchise, Furious 6 follows Dominic Toretto (Vin Diesel), Brian O'Conner (Paul Walker), and the rest of the crew as they reluctantly agree to go after a notorious criminal mastermind named Owen Shaw...
Diesel, Walker, Johnson et al race into our cinemas for a sixth time with this latest entry in the increasingly bonkers Fast & Furious franchise, which continues to move away from its street racing origins and create its own car-racing-crime-thriller...
Mark Reviews Movies
Like the other entries in the series, Furious 6, which omits the word "fast" from the title for no discernible reason (Could we please have just a little consistency in these things?), ends with a disclaimer stating that no one should attempt to...
Writing a movie review with a hangover is not fun. Watching Fast and Furious 6 is more fun, as long as you check your brain at the door, weld the lock and place armed guards out front.
Sacramento News & Review
Dominic Toretto (Vin Diesel) and his crew of outlaw street racers (Paul Walker, Tyrese Gibson, Chris “Ludacris” Bridges, et al.) are recruited by a government agent (Dwayne Johnson) to bring down a mastermind specializing in vehicular crime (Luke Evans).
It's official. The title of the sixth film in the Fast and the Furious anthology is, at least here in the states, Furious 6. It's Fast and Furious 6 in foreign markets, but it doesn't take long to realize the Fast part of the title is gone.
"Fast & Furious 6," which surely maxed out Universal's tank-top budget for the year, and sustains its joyful, unpretentious ridiculousness so perfectly that I secretly hoped the "6" meant "hours long," ends with a disclaimer, the sort of legalese...
Fan The Fire
Fast & Furious 6 tears onto screens with a roar and barely stops for breath during the full 2-hour running time. While it’s nothing revolutionary, the producers have certainly ramped things up for the latest outing as even the subtitles speed away from...
The A.V. Club
Fast & Furious 6 is equal parts Ocean’s movie, Road Runner cartoon, and WWE SmackDown. In other words, it’s more or less the same movie as its predecessor, 2011’s Fast Five—a surprise commercial and critical hit that didn’t so much reinvigorate the...
Big dumb action movies are a dime a dozen each summer. But really good big dumb action movies — think Predator, Speed, and Independence Day — are rare indeed. So when one of them comes off the Hollywood assembly line and zaps your brain's less...
Any franchise risks devolving into self-parody by the time the sixth installment comes around, but very few manage to make that a virtue the way Fast and Furious 6 does. The series that seemed like the definition of disposable for its first...
Fast & Furious 6 is much like the other Fast & Furious films. Which is to say it does its thing pretty well.
Expert stuntwork and some surprise appearances keep things interesting and also leave the door wide open for number seven, which is released next year.
หลังจากการปล้นเจ้าพ่อขาใหญ่แห่งริโอจนได้เงินก้อนใหญ่ไป $100 ล้าน แก๊งซิ่งสะท้านโลกที่นำโดย Dom ก็แยกย้ายกันไปใช้ชีวิตส่วนตัวอยู่ในประเทศต่างๆ จนกระทั่ง Hobbs เข้ามาขอความช่วยเหลือจาก Dom และลูกทีมทั้งหมดในการช่วยจับตัว Shaw หัวหน้าแก็งอาชญากรรมฝีมือ...
When Fast and Furious 6 isn’t very fast and furious -- i.e. when the film grinds to a halt from thudding exposition, groan-inducing comic relief and questionable emoting -- you quickly begin to realise that what made Fast Five, the preceding franchise...
In an early scene of Fast & Furious 6, series regular Brian (Paul Walker) has this to blurt about his fellow accelerated agitators: "We do what we do best. We improvise."
Like a well-oiled engine, the Fast & Furious series can be counted on to deliver what it promises on the box: gleaming cars, thrilling chases, and buff stars who look like they've stepped out of the pages of a fitness magazine.
ABC Radio (Australia)
Ludicrous equals fun. And boy, is this movie both ludicrous and fun. See it in the loudest cinema you can.
As it enters the kind of numerical territory that had previously been the province of slasher films in the 1980s and ’90s, the Fast & Furious franchise continues to flex its muscle in its sixth installment, which like the previous films stretches into...
There's a scene in Fast 6, née Fast & Furious 6, that shows a couple tearing around London in their respective souped-up cars, showing off their skills behind the wheel. I think that counts as flirting in this franchise.
The sixth entry in the blockbuster franchise which first vroomed across the multiplexes in 2001 focuses squarely on what the gearheads...
Really, how many franchises can claim to be at their best the sixth time round? But that is exactly where the ‘Fast and Furious’ team are at with this exercise in pure exhilaration. Just when we feared that it might be difficult to top the...
It is tough getting it right the sixth time around. You have been fast, you have been furious over five films. What's more, the fifth one pretty much seemed to define the heights a heady combo of guys, guns, chicks and cars can scale.
No film that includes a Vin Diesel flying headbutt could remotely be called a write-off, and Furious 6, like its predecessors, is a big screen no-brainer that’s objectively terrible but undeniably pleasurable.
“Remember the second you go through those doors,” says Vin Diesel’s Dom Toretto. “Everything changes.” Now that’s wishful thinking. The Fast And The Furious films have never strayed too far from the formula, just doing enough tinkering under the hood...