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Five Times the Fun
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"...a blowout of a movie with no restraints whatsoever... David Germain, Associated Press
"...propulsive and cheeky-cool... Owen Gleiberman, Entertainment Weekly
Editor's NoteDirector Justin Lin (THE FAST AND THE FURIOUS: TOKYO DRIFT, FAST & FURIOUS) returns to the helm for this adrenaline-charged sequel reuniting series stars Vin Diesel and Paul Walker for their biggest thrill ride yet. With the police in hot pursuit and wanted fugitive Dom (Diesel) in tow, Brian (Walker) and Mia (Jordana Brewster) make their way to Rio, and realize they've run out of luck. In order to earn their freedom, they'll have to pull off their biggest job yet. After assembling a crack team of the top racers in Brazil, the gang prepares to confront the crooked businessman who seeks to silence them forever. Meanwhile, unstoppable federal agent Luke Hobbs (Dwayne Johnson) has assembled his own team, an intimidating group of top cops whose sole mission is to capture Dom, Brian, and Mia by whatever means possible. But as the race heats up, Hobbs loses his ability to tell the good guys from the bad guys. Now, in order to prevent the lawless trio from being turned into roadkill before he can arrest them, Luke puts his pedal to the metal, and begins to rely more on his killer instinct than his police training.
Fast Five - Blu-Ray DVD Review
By: Michael Prince Blogcritics.org Reviews
Published on: 10/25/2011 5:25 PM
|The Fast and the Furious movies have always been about fast cars and crazy action sequences, over the years the actors have changed but with Fast Five the gang is all back together. This follow-up to 2009’s Fast and Furious is great fun and is packaged in a stellar Blu-ray presentation that sounds as good as it looks....read the full review|
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