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Fast & Furious

Vin Diesel  Actor Paul Walker  Actor Jordana Brewster  Actor John Ortiz  Actor Laz Alonso  Actor

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MPAA Rating: PG13
Contains:Violence,Profanity,Sexual Situations,Drug Content

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Fast & Furious

Theatrical Release Date: 2009 02 20 (USA) / 2009 04 03 (USA)

UPC: 025192100031

Studio: Universal Studios

MPAA Rating: PG13   Contains:[Violence, Profanity, Sexual Situations, Drug Content]

Summary: Vin Diesel and Paul Walker return to the film franchise that helped to launch each of their respective careers as the Fast and the Furious series winds to a close under the creative eye of Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift director Justin Lin. Fugitive ex-con Dom Toretto (Diesel) is back in Los Angeles to seek out the truth behind a high-profile crime, but his presence in town doesn't sit well with Agent Brian O'Conner (Walker). These two rivals are forced to unite in the cause of fighting a common enemy, however, when convoy heists and precision tunnel crawls lead them out of Los Angeles and into the Mexican desert. Now, in order to take down a formidable opponent with some serious skills behind the wheel, Dom and Brian forge an uncertain partnership while exploring thrilling new frontiers in the fine art of racing. Michelle Rodriguez, Jordana Brewster, and John Ortiz co-star. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

Category: Action

Features: Feature commentary with director Justin Lin
Gag reel

Fast & Furious

Format: DVD

Release Date: 08/30/2011

Aspect Ratio: 2.40:1 2.40:1

Audio: DD5.1 Dolby Digital 5.1

Runtime: 107 Minutes

Sides: 1

Number of Discs: 1

Language(s) English,Spanish,French

Subtitles: Spanish,French

Region: USA & territories, Canada

Chapters: Disc #1 -- Fast & Furious
1. Game Time [7:25]
2. Ride or Die [4:21]
3. Foot Pursuit [4:58]
4. Coming Home [7:36]
5. Back on the Scene [4:41]
6. Tuned-up [5:03]
7. A Real Driver [3:21]
8. Muscle Beats Import [8:36]
9. Boss of Bosses [6:38]
10. Along for the Ride [:50]
11. High - Performance [4:37]
12. Spotted Together [6:33]
13. Food, Family, Friendship [2:40]
14. Just Business [4:31]
15. Primary Target [2:44]
16. Jurisdiction Ends [5:49]
17. Ain't Forgiven [4:26]
18. Run for the Border [4:05]
19. Street Pardon [6:45]
20. End Titles [3:29]

Jeremy Wheeler

A funny thing happened on the way to the fourth Fast and the Furious installment -- the fuel-injected franchise overcame both absurdity (Pt. 2) and a reboot (Tokyo Drift) in order to tap into a bit of what made the first film special to begin with, which in box-office numbers meant bringing back its stars. Considering the downward trajectory that both of their careers took post-FF1, it's hard to blame Paul Walker and Vin Diesel for returning to the series that made them stars. Frankly, they could have done a lot worse, considering this sequel's admirable attempt at both delivering action-packed goods and retying their character's plots together again. Starting off with a high-speed gas heist on the asphalt and moving on to a decent foot chase right after that, the movie sets a quick pace early on and only rests for a bit of emotional brooding, which may or may not be seen as the film's one downfall. No matter what, it's safe to say that this entirely acceptable retooling of the franchise makes for a satisfying experience for those who enjoy four-wheeled chases, hot bodies, hot cars, and a tall dose of tough-guy machismo.

The years have not been easy for fugitive Dominic Toretto (Diesel). Living life on the lam has made the expert driver reassess his life and those close to him. Only after learning that the love of his life (Michelle Rodriguez -- in a glorified cameo) has died on a turnpike in L.A. does he head back to familiar ground to investigate what is sure to be a homicide. It doesn't take long for him to show back up on the FBI's radar and that of his old undercover agent acquaintance (Walker), who was last seen letting the criminal go years before. As luck would have it, they both end up infiltrating the same drug ring as drug runners over the Mexican border. Together, the two work to settle their scores, either through the ways of the law or not.

Once again, Tokyo Drift's Justin Lin is in the director's seat for this installment -- and he brings an understanding of modern action storytelling (something that could be seen as a detriment to a few in the critic crowd). Cutting the car footage tight and the hand-to-hand combat in a frenzied way is the stapled style of the times, and Lin pulls it off just well enough to not be aggravating. Especially refreshing are the car chase sequences set underground as the vehicles smash into each other within the tight confines of tunnels beneath the border. Plot-wise, the pic certainly goes through the motions. A third-act twist doesn't surprise too much, but the plot is hardly the most important element in a F&F film. That said, it is true that Vin's inner turmoil cuts the pace down to less than what it should be, though it does open up the door for a bit of well-needed (if not a little out of nowhere) sexual sizzle between Walker and the little-used Jordana Brewster. As before, the sequel does not reinvent the wheel nor make bold claims to be anything that it is not, which, in this case, is a completely passable follow-up that probably should have come out two films ago. And with the open ending, audiences can hope that if there is a fifth entry the filmmakers will be able to focus on blowing everyone's doors off instead of having to connect the dots in order to justify its reunited cast and their basically unchanged characters. ~ Jeremy Wheeler, Rovi

Cast and Crew: Justin Lin  Director 
Michael Fottrell  Producer 
Vin Diesel  Producer 
Neal H. Moritz  Producer 
Brian Tyler  Composer (Music Score) 
Chris Morgan  Screenwriter 
Amanda Lewis  Executive Producer 
Samantha Vincent  Executive Producer 
Vin Diesel  Actor 
Paul Walker  Actor 
Michelle Rodriguez  Actor 
Jordana Brewster  Actor 
John Ortiz  Actor 
Laz Alonso  Actor 
Sung Kang  Actor 
Gal Gadot  Actor 
Jack Conley  Actor 
Shea Whigham  Actor 
Liza Lapira  Actor 
Tego Calderón  Actor 
Don Omar  Actor 
Mirtha Michelle  Actor 
Greg Cipes  Actor 
Ron Yuan  Actor 
Alejandro Patino  Actor 
Joe Hursley  Actor 
Cesar Garcia  Actor 
Brandon T. Jackson  Actor 
Leigh Folsom  Actor 

Country: USA