teen hoping to avoid jail time moves to Tokyo and finds himself immersed in the
underground drift racing scene.
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car in exchange for knowing what a man’s made of? That’s a price I can live
with.” – Han
The redheaded stepchild of the F&F series, this film
suffers heavily from the absence of Dom and Brian, and from the lack of
charisma projected by eternal man-child Lucas Black in the lead role. However,
the film is slightly redeemed by its recently discovered role in the series’
chronology, as everything in this movie happens after
the sixth film and before
the seventh film, which is either a staggering amount of foresight or a
brilliant piece of desperate screenwriting. This one is only for die-hards, completists
and Bow Wow fans. Director Justin Lin would learn his lessons here and use them
to much greater advantage in the next three movies.
7. Furious 7