FAST AND THE FURIOUS 5 movie review
Universal Pictures gives the 5th installment of the hard-core car-busting action overload Fast and the Furious 5: Summer Heist. now back with Paul Walker and Vin Diesel as the dynamic duo with the intensely customized cars in high fashion and speed.
in Fast 5, we look back to how Dom Toretto (Vin Diesel) got himself in prison and managed to escape with the help of former enemy O'Connor (Paul Walker). they have moved to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil in order to put down a vicious drug lord, Reyes and to escape from the relentless FBI agent, Hobbs (Dwayne Johnson).
joined by his team, they had formulated the best plan to put down the most powerful man in Rio and had successfully made a change in their lives. they had given the value of each other and treated one another as family.
Fast 5 contains more action and story than cars. i think that they had developed more on the story than the machines. there are also more manual fights and blasts. unlike the other 4 prequels, this movie had to be more emotional for the characters other than giving way to the amusement of the eyes to feast on high-end customized cars.
you have to watch until a little bit at the end. you will be surprised on what will be next. there's someone coming back and i think you know her. *hint*