ByMatthew Chapman, writer at
Male. Australian. Nerd. Twitter: shuey1984
Matthew Chapman

Deckard Shaw seeks revenge against Dominic Toretto and his family for his comatose brother.

I'm not a car fan. I know just enough to get me by with owning one but for some reason, I love these movies.

I can't tell you what the hell they are driving but there look nice!

If you watch these films and expect cinematic brilliance, then you are going to be very disappointed! It’s just some mindless fun to sit back, turn your brain off for 90 or so minutes and watch some awesome action with awesome stunts!

I've loved this cast from the beginning, which is probably why Tokyo Drift is my least favourite, and with every movie they just seem to get closer and closer, as both characters and actors, which translates onto the screen.

You knew things were going to get to a point where they would get sad and that happened when you started to notice that it wasn't Paul Walker you were seeing. There was one scene in particular where his face was constantly obscured - be it by shadows, camera angles or just plain back of the head views.

I do wonder how the film would have gone if Paul hadn't died, how much of the story changed.

I’m very glad they didn't kill him off at the end, I think it would have been very cheap but the baby storyline was obviously only an inclusion due to his death because you never see anyone directly tell him and when he has a phone call with Mia and she tells him the news, he doesn't say anything about it.

I can't even imagine how hard it would have been for the cast 1) to lose him but then 2) to watch his brothers have to come in and play him, especially in the final scene.

An awesome movie, just something to sit back and enjoy. Will be watching again and will also be purchasing when it comes out on Blu-ray!


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