Fast and the Furious
As a movie critic, the best movie would have to be “The Fast and the Furious.” This high-octane film features established cast members including Paul Walker and Vin Diesel. It is about an undercover policeman who has to discover who is stealing millions of dollars worth of electronics. However, Brian O’Conner befriends the actual criminal without intention. This causes himto feel an extended amount of loyalty to his criminal friend instead of the police. In the end, he ends up letting him run away. First of all, its street-oriented language and personalities attract young adults. Furthermore, its suspense-filled scenes of car races will leave you addicted to the adrenaline rush. Lastly, the different genres depicted in this film will attract viewers of mostly allages.
Fast And The Furious
I believe “The Fast and The Furious” movie series has impacted our society to a great extent in our present day. This movie is a perfect example of a low culture film and is made for the common person to watch and enjoy. After the first movie of this series came out, slowly but surely people began modifying their cars and tried turning them into speed machines justlike the cars in the movie. It became more common than ever to see small Japanese cars like Honda Civics’ hooked up with an enormous oversized muffler screaming down the road.
Just recently, I went to go see the 4th of the Fast and the Furious series in the movie theatres the night that it came out. After the movie, there was a big circle of about 25 cars in the parking lot either blasting theirsystems or showing off their tuned up cars by doing donuts. I was sort of amazed to see that this was going on because that meant it probably wasn’t just happening it Staten Island, but places all over the country this was going on.
The Fast and the Furious series sparked a big interest in teenagers wanting to tune up their cars and have the fastest car out there on the road. This movie isbasically in a way an advertisement showing all the new technologies and modifications you can possibly do to your car. What made the series as popular as it is today is the fact that up until 2001 when the first one came out, there was never a movie of this sort made before with all these flashy cars and street races. Some people blame the movie for the increase of street racing that began to occursoon afterwards along with a sudden increase of sales for small high-powered motorcycles.
The Fast and the Furious has many scenes throughout the movie where you don’t believe what you’re seeing because it’s a little too unrealistic and absurd. As an example in the most recent one that came out, there’s a scene where an oil tanker is roller down a hill and Vin Diesel is his car waiting for theright moment to drive...
Fast And Furious
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Faster than Gone in Sixty Seconds and more furious than Driving Miss Daisy. The Fast and the Furious is a racing film jam-packed with fast wheels and fast women, irresistible toaction movie.
In The Fast and the Furious Brian Spilner, played by Paul Walker is an undercover cop who is thrown into the illegal world of street racing to bust a hijacking ring. But on the way he falls in love with Mia, played by Jordana Brewster who is the sister of Domanic Torretto the leader of the racing gang, acted by Vin Diesel. Brian quickly earns the respect as a smart competitive racer,now he will have to choose between duty and loyalty to the racing family that adopted him.
The plot is full of anti-climatic sequences that build on top of each other and lead to the climax of Walker and Diesel in a game of chicken towards a train. This film is shown from Brian’s point of view, through this the viewer is able to see the irony of him being a cop while the gang is unaware of...
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