Monday, June 10, 2013


There's love between man and his machine (aka: shiny paint jobs on cars most of us can only afford to download images of); the love of the adrenaline (aka: there goes the neighbourhood, and the city reconstruction budget); the love of a man along with his fellow man (aka: bulked-up biceps and relentless I-shall-not-look-you-in-the-eye bromance)tiket pesawat. 'Fast & Angry 6' is a deeply romantic movie; in fact the sentiment of affection is so great that it transcends categories. There also love for the relatives and the urge to keep it together but most importantly to the antagonist of the film the love of funds. These last factors play a sizable role in Fast 6 (often known as Angry 6). The former of the reasons include the misleadingly deceased Letty Ortiz (Michelle Rodrigues), Dominic Toretto (Vin Diesel) former girl-friend, turned amnesiac female muscle of the villains.tiket Pekanbaru - jakarta Letty actual necessity as the necessity of any of the parts of the Fast franchise is open to doubt. Perhaps it is as much as the plot tool about the villains needing a chip to make a Nightshade contraption able to blacking out the power of a whole region (seriously? Well they experience the use of same tool every day, I guess). This matters not, because for whatever its worth, the Fast movies are beyond unexciting. Mr. Diesel and co. is the reason behind the sale of the tickets; later DVD; much later the commercials on tv. His recent workmates include Dwayne Johnson as Luke Hobbs and Gina Carano as Riley Hicks aka the anti Letty. Seeing Ms. Carano and Ms. Rodrigues duke it out is of the giddy delights of Fast 6 (they duke it out two times, so the ticket automatically pays for itself two times at go). However, there still more. In keeping with the style here what you get: Hobbs and Dominic with their bulging biceps muscle out frames, trying out designs to knock out the bad man mercenary (Luke Evans); Brian (Paul Walker), now relegated to a notch-above-extra status, travels back to the US to learn how Letty survived; Roman and Tej (Tyrese Gibson and Chris Ludacris Badges) play with machines; Han and Giesel (Sung Kang, Gal Gadot) provide ancillary window dressing. And naturally, let not forget the usual: mean hot-rods, skimpily clad ladies and road-crushing, people-crunching finales involving a tank, the other a runaway airplane on a hundred mile runway. Fast 5 climax involved a sizable bank vault being through the city, so in keeping with reality is not a priority here. But by now, you already know that. Released by Footprint Entertainment and Universal Pics. Starring: Vin Diesel, Paul Walker, Dwayne Johnson, Michelle Rodriguez, Jordana Brewster, Tyrese Gibson, Chris Ludacris Bridges, Sung Kang, Gal Gadot, Luke Evans, Gina Carano, and Elsa Pataky. Fast & Angry 6 is Directed by Justin Lin; Written by Chris Morgan (based on characters created by Gary Scott Thompson); Produced by Neil H. Moritz, Clayton Townsend and Vin Diesel; with Cinematography by Stephen F. Windon, Editing by Christian Wagner and Kelly Matsumoto and Music by Lucas Vidal. The film is rated PG-13. Words of caution: Seldom let your children drive this recklessly; they don't have million dollar safety nets, CGI and visual effects, and screenwriters looking out for them.

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