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2 Fast 2 Furious (Bilingual)
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Bonus: Fast Females, Hollywood Impact, Deleted Scenes, Outtakes, Supercharge Stunts, Plus Many More --This text refers to the Blu-ray edition.
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The film shouldn't be expected to do much to begin with. If you ever saw the preview, you'd think it was supposed to be stupid, summer fun. There's nothing wrong with that, everyone grew up with popcorn summer movies in their lives, whether it was the 70s, 80s, 90s, whatever. But this is a new chapter, I think. The line between good video games and movies like this has been completely blurred. I found the film so inept in even the intended aims, that I sat open-mouthed, speechless, watching the film unfold in what seemed like three times its actual length.
I don't know where to begin. The first film was what it was, a summer popcorn movie with fast, silly street machines racing, Vin Diesel inventing a career, and that was about it. A sequel was almost a no-brainer, indeed.
First off, I'm in disbelief that this was directed by John Singleton. A promising young black director back when Boyz in the Hood appeared, he has now been completely neutralized by Hollywood. After all, why should white directors have a monopoly on crap? I can only hope Singleton was paid well for his troubles, as I believe his does have some talent.
The film takes place in Miami, where the 'hero' of the original, no longer a copy, is now living a subsistence life street-racing. He gets involved with some Cuban drug barons and an old friend who wound up in jail, etc, etc. It doesn't matter. The story and plotting are so ludicrous, it doesn't matter. There isn't even an attempt at credibility, so I guess some credit is deserved.Read more ›
Brian O'Conner (Paul Walker) is a former cop turned fugitive whose hobby happens to be racing cars. Having left the L.A. area (the location of the first movie), he is finally caught in Miami. But instead of sending him to jail, the authorities have a proposition for him - help them bring down local drug lord Carter Verone (Cole Hauser) and they'll forget about his criminal record. Brian agrees, but only if he can choose his partner. So he chooses an old friend from his childhood days in Barstow, CA, ex-convict Roman Pearce (Tyrese).
The DEA has an agent inside Verone's operation, Monica Fuentes (Eva Mendes), who hooks them up with a job to drive for Verone. But for some reason Verone has decided he is ready to leave the country, so he has only one job for Roman and Brian, pick up a bunch of cash and drive it to an airport where he can get out of the country. Roman and Brian, who are constantly fighting their police and DEA handlers, pull a few tricks in the process. The result, they pull off the job, get Verone his money, capture him, save Fuentes (who has fallen in love with Brian), and get away with some of the loot - what a surprise!
Let's see, what does the movie have going for it... Story - terrible. Acting - even worse. Fast cars - nope. What? It doesn't even have fast cars? Unless you consider 85 mph fast, nope.
The story is just plain silly. To begin with, Brian apparently has a massive rap sheet, but he was a cop? Um, are cops allowed to do that? I don't think so. Second, okay, let's pretend that the DEA would be willing to let Brian expunge his record in order to help them. And let's pretend even further that they would be willing to let a violent ex-convict be his partner.Read more ›
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The hard cover is missing. it only came with a regular blu-ray case, not what it looks like in the picture.Published 15 months ago by Joseph Domingo
One of his best movies and I would recommend it. Paul walker is a really good actor and one of is best movies to date.Published on Feb. 7 2014 by Huguette Cox
I saw this movie in the theater but it is good to watch all of them together to remember how they all met and got together.Published on Dec 23 2013 by Mary
I think that my friend will love this movie for his Birthday gift as it's the only movie he's missing from the series. I was happy with the Fast Delivery.Published on Dec 12 2013 by Fabulous M
For the price that I have paid, I can't complain, but the disc just does not its job.
It freeze at some point and it is not possible to see an entire scene... Read more