Dom and crew are lured out of retirement by Hobbs to stop a military-grade racing crew (?) from building a super cyber weapon. The bait? The possibility that Letty isn’t dead, but running with this crew. Oh, and full pardons, of course, so that they can be back in the states for Fast 7. The military crew proves to be quite a match for our heroes and car chases/explosions ensue.
While watching Fast & Furious 6, one of the first things that I wondered was whether or not I had seen all of the previous movies in the series. I don’t actually think that it matters. Actually, I would advise against thinking too much during Fast & Furious 6. There are plot holes, big enough to drive a tank into, and many of them at that. The dialog is passable for this type of movie, but there were five or six times that a focus line would take me out of the fun of the movie. And it is fun. The fight choreography is really enjoyable, most notably the fights between Gina Carano and Michelle Rodriguez. So, if you like girl fights, cars, racing, explosions and spear guns with high-tensile alloy cables, then you will have a blast. Enjoy it. Love it. Just let this happen.
Seriously, what was the deal with all of the spear guns?
Ticket Price: $9.00 Matinee (courtesy of MoviePass)
Trailers: Now You See Me, World War Z, White House Down, The Wolverine, Man of Steel, 2 Guns, R.I.P.D.
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The GF and I saw this over the weekend. We saw it before noon so the price was lower at AMC. It used to be $6 a ticket but they just raised it to $7. Still a better deal than seeing it at night when it is $12 a ticket.
We enjoyed the movie but there were certainly many scenes that were just over the top. It was very good popcorn movie though.