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Fast and the Furious-Tokyo Drift

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catch my drift

by Jasmine on 5/17/2011

i am a huge fan of fast cars and hot boys. this movie suprised me because i did not expect this movie ot have a plot and it did most movies like this you have to figure out the plot but it was clear from the beginning that Sean is considered by everyone a wild kid but he makes the mistake in the very beggining of the movie by talking to one of the popular girls at school and ends of racing which ends in him being sent to his dads in toyko but once again sticking to his true nature he ends up fighting for a girl and his reputation once more against D.K. who also during the film killed his bestfriend

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In order to avoid a jail sentence, sean boswell heads to tokyo to live with his military father. In a low-rent section of the city, sean gets caught up iin the underground world of drift racing.

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Studio Universal Home Video
SKU 202912788
UPC 025193064929
UPC 14 00025193064929
Format DVD
Release Date 7/28/2009
Rating Rating
Aspect Ratio
Anamorphic Widescreen  2.35:1
Actors
Name Black,Lucas
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Cast & Crew
Bow Wow - Actor
Brian Tyler - Original Music By
Chris Morgan - Writer
Justin Lin - Director
Kelly Matsumoto, et. al. - Editor
Lucas Black - Actor
Nathalie Kelley - Actor
Ryan Kavanaugh, et. al. - Producer
Stephen F. Windon - Cinematographer
Sung Kang - Actor
Reviews
ReviewSource FilmCritic.com
Review "The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift" plays like the archetypal Western. A newcomer arrives in town, upsets the locals, plays with hearts, and rides around a lot before a final "this town ain't big enough for the both of us" showdown sends him, or someone else, on their way. Of course, the movie is actually an Eastern: The frontier is Japan, the town is big enough for about 20 million, and there is plenty of horsepower, but not a mare or stallion in sight.
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Reviewer Joel Meares
ReviewRating 7
ReviewSource Chicago Sun-Times
Review In "The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift", he takes an established franchise and makes it surprisingly fresh and intriguing. The movie is not exactly "Shogun" when it comes to the subject of an American in Japan (nor, on the other hand, is it "Lost in Translation"). But it's more observant than we expect, and uses its Japanese locations to make the story about something more than fast cars.
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Reviewer Roger Ebert
ReviewRating 8
Features
Widescreen, DVD, No Longer Produced
Product Attributes
Actor Black,Lucas
Label Mca Home Video
Music Format DVD
Video Format DVD
Quotes
Jonathan Rosenbaum, Chicago Reader ...director Justin Lin captures Tokyo's energy and glitter far better than Sofia Coppola.
Pete Hammond, Maxim Strap yourself in for a blistering, super-charged ride.
Todd McCarthy, Variety Pumping high-performance gas back into the series...
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catch my drift by Jasmine on May 17, 2011

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