After 8 movies Dom finally realizes he isn’t always right and grows about 4 inches taller to reconcile with his little brother John Cena. Han finally gets justice and the crew are basically immortal superheroes now driving through satellites in outer space now.
A hilarious mix of Terry Gilliam, THE OMEN, and SWIMMING WITH SHARKS. I’m glad I finally got to see this. Thanks @therealjoebob!
All the fun without all the baggage of “family”. Brixton Lore (seriously, who makes up these bad-ass names?) is a terrific foil for Hobbs & Shaw to literally tackle and punch in the face repeatedly. You know Lore is going to return as a good guy any movie now. This...
I never knew the exact details about the Gacy murders beyond Pogo the Clown and his creepy paintings from prison. He really was evil incarnate. The delusional interview clips were especially chilling. Good riddance.
Dom goes bad! Shaw is good now? Cipher is a cool villain. How can you not love Hobbs throwing a torpedo at a submarine?
James Wan takes a crack at the franchise with good results. Shaw is a great bad guy, Mr. Nobody is a great way to explain away the increasing number of plot issues. Finally we bid farewell to Paul Walker, but Brian will live on in retirement.
The 1666 part of this chapter was the weakest of the entire series. If you are doing an old-timey film you can’t just rent your costumes from wardrobe and call it a day. You have to weather them to make them look used and more worn in. Overall all 3...
My hopes for a cool 70s summer camp slasher were quickly dashed when I realized nothing in this chapter of the story really mattered. It could have been summed up in about 10 minutes.
Decent first chapter with some really gruesome kills. I wonder how much they spent on music because in the beginning every 30 seconds or so they were playing another pop song from the era.
Letty returns, Giselle sacrifices herself to save Han, Shaw kills Han mid credits. Fun car stunts, too much CGI, not one of my favorite installments.