Summary: This movie was more faster then the other one's. Dom and his crew have found wealth, but they can never return to their homes. But there is hope to return to normality when Agent Hobbs offers them a deal - if the assembled crew can help topple a team of mercenary drivers whose crimes span 12 countries, their records will be cleared and past crimes pardoned. Dom agrees - but what will the personal cost be when he learns that one of the members he has to take down.
Excerpt: I realized only around seven months later that I had never written a review for Fast & Furious 6. To add to that, I only realized seven months later that I had even seen Fast & Furious 6… So here we go. If you couldn't already decrypt the passage above, let me just make this clear: Fast & Furious 6 is one of the most forgettable films I have ever seen.
Summary: its totally unrealistic and silly , pure hollywood at its best and worst. entertainment 1st then story and realness last. cars girls chases shooting the usual thing. and a silly bad guy . its entertainment but its not what i'd call a good film, its basically just something to watch., good cast though even if they didn't use them all as much as they should of.
Excerpt: The basic storyline is that Luke Hobbs (Dwayne Johnson) is tracking an elite group of lethal mercenaries led by a ruthless ex-mercenary by the name of Shaw (played very well by Luke Evans), across 12 countries trying to foil their master plan. Hobbs tries to recruit Dom (Vin Diesel ) and his team to take them down. Hobbs' leverage is a photo of Dom's old flame Letty ((Michelle Rodriguez who was presumed dead) which he hands to Dom.
Excerpt: The “Fast” franchise is seriously going to miss Justin Lin. He, in the span of four movies, has transformed a lame little series of movies about cars into a series of giant event blockbusters. Apparently “Fast 6” is Lin’s last entry; maybe next he’ll save the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise or salvage The Transformers movies. Michael Bay certainly could use a few tips from this guy. Fast 6 works in much the same way that that Fast 5 did.
Excerpt: Leave your brain at the door. This movie is loud, fast paced and will leave you at the edge of your seat most of the time. It incorporates witty humour, although sometimes overdone. Do not expect an amazing story, or one that has a logic flow to it. The story is just enough to glue all the action scenes together. Now considering this is a car movie, it is quite forgivable for the most part, but other times the lack of a good script just shines through too much.
Excerpt: The continuous gain of ridiculous stunts is what makes this series better with each new entry. I can see why many people have total enjoyment for them, as I did enjoy this and Part 5. I was willing to give 'Fast 6' even more of a pardon for it's overall lame writing and bloated script full of soap-opera moments and sub-par acting. But inconveniences occurred.
Excerpt: Fast & Furious 6 (2013) PG-13 Agent Luke Hobbs (Dwayne Johnson) has decided that, if you can’t beat them, join them, so he enlists Dominic (Vin Diesel), Walker (Brian O’Conner), and the rest of the team to help him catch criminals who are led by a former Special Ops man named, Owen Shaw(Luke Evans).
Excerpt: Here's how I imagine the script-writing for Fast 6 went: (Picture that guy in the AT&T commercials chatting with a group of Red Bull-induced teenagers): So what would you like to see in the new movie? A tank chase. Nice. A plane driving out of a cargo plane trying to take off from the world's longest runway. Sounds good. A bullet-proof car that is also super-fast and flips cars. Awesome.