The original stars from the very first movie are all back, and that definitely helps you get over the lacklustre 2nd and 3rd movies. This time around, Dominic and Brian have to team up to settle a score with an elusive Mexican drug kingpin.
One doesn't really watch this kind of movie for the plotline, although, to be fair, the story is not at all outlandish and there are only a few minor plotholes. But the real attraction are the cars, and what the cars can do. And this movie does not disappoint. The action is crisply shot, and the car scenes are dangerous and gripping.
The whole film is in fact bookended by two edge-of-your-seat action scenes. The opening takes place on a highway in South America as two vehicles attempt to rob a oil tanker, in transit. And the final scene... well, to disclose that would be to spoil the surprise. But rest assured, this movie is definitely as good, if not better than the first. (4 out of 5, by Carlisle Johnson)
It’s been eight years since ex-con Dominic Toretto drove across the Mexican border, committing himself to a fugitive existence. Now, holed up in a beach shack in the Dominican Republic, and living on the run with the sole remnant of his past, Lett, he tries to piece together a new life.
But Dominic knows the authorities are always just steps behind him. And, when a tragic death of someone he loves brings Brian O’Conner back to L.A., Dom reignites his feud with the agent.
As they are forced to confront a shared enemy, a sociopathic drug kingpin who is flooding the U.S. with lethal product, Dom and Brian must give in to an uncertain new trust if they hope to outmaneuver him and avenge the tragedy that he caused their small "de facto" family to endure.
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