Fast & Furious 1-9 Film Collection [DVD] [2021]

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Fast & Furious 1-9 Film Collection [DVD] [2021]

Fast & Furious 1-9 Film Collection [DVD] [2021]

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Quarter Mile at a Time" (9:44) is an interesting little featurette on long history of street racing. His performance provides the movie with an all-important bit of balance: we see what Brian sees in Dom, and therefore the story works. In the land that gave birth to the majority of modified racers on the road, the simple street race has been replaced by drift racing, an even more deadly combination of brutal speed on heart-stopping courses. Alternatively you can choose not to agree to the use of cookies – in this case we will only use the essential cookies. Dominic's crew is filled out by Schulze, Michelle Rodriguez, Chad Lindberg and Johnny Strong, and while I wouldn't argue the fact that their character arcs are riddled with clichés and more poor dialogue (especially Rodriguez's excruciating tough-girl talk and Schulze's whiny-child routine), they all have believable roles to play as Dominic's friends.

Next up we have a bunch of material produced for the "Tricked Out" edition, which is promotional in nature for 2 Fast 2 Furious, including the Turbo Charged Prelude to 2 Fast 2 Furious (6:14), a lame, dialogue-free montage of Paul Walker racing to Florida, "Sneak Peek at 2 Fast 2 Furious" (5:13), an over-cut, overly-loud promo piece, and "Tricking Out a Hot Import Car" (19:13), a TV special awkwardly hosted by a Playboy bunny, filled with a lot of tricks that a warning screen informs you not to use at home. It's pretty superficial, but it's breezy and it isn't just the trailer with interview segments dropped in. Since the first film was released, the franchise has expanded into other forms of media, including television series, video games, and more. With his superiors on his back (including Ted Levine) and Dominic's best friend (Matt Schulze) getting suspicious, Brian's forced to choose between the law and his loyalty to Dom before his increasingly personal ties to the case blow everything.Only the bonus features on the newly-produced Disc 2 are subtitled in English, French and Spanish, which is lame. During the film's big truck sequence near the end, the final moment features a roof-grabbing bit of business a current movie wouldn't have even tried, and it makes the scene just that much better. Occasionally, detail and clarity are pretty high, but the film is awash in a compressed haze most of the time. Even those who don't own the movie yet should skip this warmed-over cash-in until they've got a Blu-Ray player or Universal does the title right (I'm sure Fast and the Furious 5 is right around the corner).

His prime suspect is Dominic Toretto (Vin Diesel), whose passion for Japanese fast cars is matched only by his enthusiasm for stealing hi-tech equipment. Authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority for consumer credit activities Firm Reference Number 656489. The sticker on my DVD left an ink stain of the code on the front of my slipcover, but it rubbed away pretty easily. Bafflingly, "More Than Furious" (2:23) is also a deleted scene, yet it gets a menu selection all to itself.The film also represents one of the better efforts in the three guys' respective catalogs, and I can't say I can think of a better car-based action film that's been made since, and while neither is a huge compliment, I guess that counts for something.

But as the rivals head for a showdown on the streets of London, Toretto learns that Shaw's second in command is none other than his presumed dead former lover, Letty (Michelle Rodriguez). In 'The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift' (2006) street racing loner Sean Boswell (Lucas Black) avoids jail time by absconding to Tokyo to live with his uncle in a cramped apartment.Consumer Products by Snow Commerce, which is soley responsible for the site's content and all aspects of your purchase. He's occasionally at his worst: any attempt to use slang, talk cool, or land a snappy comeback is remarkably wooden; it becomes almost ironic that he's playing an undercover agent as he stumbles through each sentence.



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