Fast And Furious Essay

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Fast 5 released in theatres with a lot of expectations riding on its shoulders. Fortunately the movie has managed to satisfy the expectations of most people. With an overdose of fast cars and action sequences the success of this movie at the box office comes as no surprise. Director Justin Lin has brought back the fast and furious franchise from a certain death after the previous installment failed to leave a mark in either the audience’s mind or at the box office. Many people believed that the fast and furious franchise was lost with the fourth installment of the movie. Fortunately that belief was broken by fast 5. With a star cast consisting of the beefed up Vin Diesel and Dwayne Johnson, the lithe but muscular Paul Walker and a host of other actors including singer Ludacris the movie simply couldn’t fail. Brian Tyler has a done a brilliant job of providing apt tracks to suit the numerous action sequences, brawls, etc. The movie tells the story about Dominic and his crews who find themselves on the wrong side of the law once again as they try to negotiate between a ruthless drug lord and a relentless federal agent. The movie starts off with a bang keeping the audience glued to the screens but then the movie seems to waver around as if unsure of its own plot. Towards the ending however it gains a footing and manages to take the audience for a ‘ride’. The ending I must say is really good and really manages to take the movie form being average to excellent. The fast and furious franchises however is beginning to deviate away from solely street car races and are perhaps trying to incorporate high stake heist. The fight scenes, races, witty one liners make this a loud and over the top film which is definitely worth a

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