Fast and Furious 6 built on both the successful formula of the previous film and embraced the history of the franchise. (The latter is particularly evident in the opening-credits montage that highlights some of the series’ most memorable moments and images.) The movie manages to combine the emotional weight of the fourth film — which centers on Dom’s grief over Letty’s death — with the nonstop, oversize, thrill-a-minute action of Fast Five. This blend succeeds in making Fast Six an actual, honest-to-God good film. Not just good for a Fast and Furious film, not just good for an action movie. A good film, period. -By Eric Dodds
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This movie somehow step it up another notch in the 6th edition 2 the Fast franchise. I didn't think that it could get any better than Fast Five and maybe this isn't better but is as good if not a little better. Just so sad that Paul Walker passed away and he will be missed by everyone that enjoyed seeing Bullet doing his thing. RIP Paul Walker/Brian O'Conor/Brian Spilner/Bullet.
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If u r reading the reviews I bet u are just curious of what ppl thought and have already seen this movie. No one can watch all of them and not see the next one. I am "not" patiently waiting til fast 7 comes out. The time can't get here soon enough. Then I will watch Tokyo Drift again to see if it makes sense cuz I just couldn't get into that one.
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