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The Fast and the Furious back to product details

Stupid plot but who cares with all the pretty cars!
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written by hneline1 November 22, 2003 - 2:27 PM PST
1 out of 1 members found this review helpful
Stop with this stupid plot about masked robbers in black Civics hijacking semi trucks. The best scenes in this film are the ones where real import cars and their real owners show up -- the first race sequence when Paul Walker drives his Eclipse to a nighttime rally, and the Race Wars meet in the San Bernardino desert where Director Rob Cohen got 1500 real import cars and owners to appear as extras. There isn't much else that caught my attention.

So don't watch this film if you want anything resembling a plot or acting -- it's all about the cars, and what pretty cars they are. Um, ok, so Vin Diesel is quite a hunk too. :-) There are a bunch of extras on the DVD including a Director's Commentary, a "making of" feature, the original article about import car street racing that inspired this movie, deleted scenes, production notes, and multiple camera angle shots for the final crash sequence. If you liked the movie in the theaters, the extras are worth taking a look at.

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