Review: 7.6 out of 10 stars.
This installment of FF is similar to the last couple ones when a bunch of scenes were stitched together without a more complex plot. But the action scenes were all very good, eye-popping grand and definitely worth the IMAX style of it.
Adding to the franchise is Charlize Theron, who seemed to have a hard time to play the villan, possibly because of the waterdown and not very solid and believable script. There were so many closeup of her teeth that felt like she could probably use a little of straightening.
The who’s more buffed up among Diesel, The Rock and Statham were all almost too much and a little salacious. But the acting for all 3 were all good bro love.
The little humor between Ludacris and Tyrese seemed to be too childish.
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It’s a little unsettling to have Dom on his own line of acting as the storyline. While looking to be inventive, it just seemed to be divisive.
The cheesy baby with fake raising hand and other “acts” were a little much and unnecessary. The naming was also cliche. It really does not have to be exactly Brian and could be a variation of it or as some suggested, Paul would have been more appropriate.
The idea of being able to override self-driving cars is real and the idea of self driving cars all go get piled up and jumped off the buildings certainly is not good publicity for google or Telsa.
Comparing with last FFs, this one is straight up all cars, lots and lots of them.