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243 of 273 people found the following review helpful
on December 3, 2013
Universal City, CA, December 3, 2013--Universal Pictures today announced that a percentage of proceeds from the upcoming home entertainment release of Fast & Furious 6 will be donated to Paul Walker's non-profit Reach Out WorldWide this Includes Blu-ray, DVD, Digital and On Demand

**Added 12/8/2013**
I Finally got to watch this Amazon Digital. The Movie is Just As Entertaining as all the others. Its a Shame Paul (aka Brian) died in a way that he depicts himself in the Fast franchise but was a passenger along for a ride.

Movie Is Well Worth a watch. And remember it is entertainment.

Proud to Be one of The Millions of members of the Fast Family.

R.I.P. Paul Walker and Roger Rodas
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167 of 196 people found the following review helpful
Vin Diesel, Paul Walker, Jordana Brewster, and Michelle Rodriguez team up again for some more adrenaline pumping action. This movie takes place after Fast Five. After dealing with being chassed by federal agent Luke Hobbs in the previous movie, Hobbs now finds himself asking Dom and his crew to go to London to help him take down a team of mercenary drivers. Once Dom finds out Letty is still alive he convinces his crew to help Hobbs and help him find Letty on the condition they get full pardons. Once again some of the previous stars through the past Fast and Furious films return, including Tyrese Gibson, (Roman Pearce - 2 Fast 2 Furious) Ludacris (Tej - 2 Fast 2 Furious), Gal Gadot, (Gisele - Fast and Furious) Sung Kang (Han - Tokyo Drift), and Elsa Patakay (Elena) all return for a even more packed Fast and Furious movie. When Toretto and his team join forces with Hobbs (The Rock) you know this is going to one heck of an action packed ride your in for. Hobbs knows only the best drivers can help him get the job done of capturing this criminal (Luke Evans). This movie is even more action packed from start to finish than the last one. Sure there are a few over the top moments as the previous one, but it is still one awesome ride. Just like the original film that started it all, this latest installment will entertain you and keep you on the edge of your seat. Just when you think the movies over they throw in a twist which bring on even more action and drama. I don't want to give away the ending for those who haven't seen it, but be advised to stay for a minute or so after the credits to see what is in store for the next installment, which also ties everything up just perfect and bridging Tokyo Drift to the present day. Also with the addition of Jason S. the next Fast and Furious movie is going to be just as good if not better! Special thanks to Paul and Vin for keeping this franchise alive, because without you guys it wouldn't be the same.

Updated 12/9/2013 RIP Paul Walker, and thank you for taking me and so many others on this amazing journey with you. You were like family to many of us as you came in to our living rooms and we bonded with you and the crew. Fast and Furious will never be the same without you. You were one of my favorite actors and will sadly be missed. God bless you bro!
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126 of 161 people found the following review helpful
on December 1, 2013
loved this movie and all the Fast and furious movies, so sad to see that paul walker just died, these have been by far my favorite movie franchise of all time!!
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80 of 102 people found the following review helpful
on May 24, 2013
We just got back from seeing this movie in the Theater and lemme tell ya, this movie ROCKED!!! A lot of action and a part or two that brought tears to my eyes... I can't wait to BUY THIS MOVIE!!!
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21 of 26 people found the following review helpful
on December 5, 2013
Watched this in theaters, loved every minute of it. Non-stop action and a great movie in general. Would have purchased but given the tragedy of Paul Walker dying, and Universal now donating a percentage of the proceeds from the home media sales to Paul's wonderful charity. I'd feel absolutely awful not taking advantage of that. Paul touched my life through his acting and charitable acts and the fact I can support something he loved while getting something I love is just too much to pass up. Ordered two steelbook blu-ray+DVD+Digital HD copies one for myself and one for my father for Christmas.
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful
on June 1, 2013
Just when I thought that out of all the films in this impressive franchise, none would top Fast Five, I was dead wrong. Fast & Furious 6 is completely worth your time, and absolutely worth the price of admission. SERIOUSLY. When this movie was over, I was left feeling excited, relieved, and blown away. Rarely do sequels improve and not miss a step, but I am glad to say Fast & Furious 6 does not miss a step or a left/right turn. Returning are Vin Diesel, Paul Walker, Jordana Brewster, Michelle Rodriguez, Gal Cadot, Tyrese Gibson, Ludacris, Elsa Pataky, Sung Kang, and Dwayne Johnson. They make these movies so much fun to watch that it is almost ridiculous. They all did an outstanding job in this movie, every actor was on point and Tyrese and Ludacris bring even more humor this time around. New additions include: Luke Evans as the primary bad guy Owen Shaw and Gina Carano as Riley. Now on to the story line.

Some may be ashamed to admit this because of the type of movie Fast 6 is, but there are lessons and values to be learned and appreciated in this movie. Family is important and Family comes first. That is the key lesson in this movie. And Fast 6 succeeds in getting this point across. Another thing I want to point out, yes there are a few emotional moments in the movie. And finally, If you did not get anything else out of this review, know this: Fast & Furious 6 is Truly a Great film for its genre. Everyone should see this movie and if you are a fan of the franchise like myself, you are in for one Awesome surprise.
And even though we still have quite awhile until Fast 7 hits theaters, It is on my highly anticipated list already. Vin Diesel and the crew will be going up against one surprising yet great addition to the cast. He is a very familar action star; a damn good one at that. His name is..........well you'll see.

5 stars
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40 of 54 people found the following review helpful
on May 24, 2013
I HAVE ALL 5 FAST & FURIOUS MOVIES AND THEY KEEP GETTING BETTER FAST 6 IS A 5 STAR MOVIE ALL AROUND AND YES THERE IS A FAST 7 COMING 2015 this movie ROCKED!!! A lot of action and a part or two that brought tears to my eyes... I can't wait to BUY THIS MOVIE!!! he best part of these films (outside of the cars) is waiting to see in what direction the story will be taken next. Like the popular Marvel films, the Fast & Furious franchise has adopted the "scene after the credits" to help set up the lead-in for the next film. For example, Fast & Furious was a direct lead-in to Fast Five, while Fast Five's ending saw the return of Eva Mendes to drop the bombshell about Letty still being alive - and well, Tokyo Drift supposedly taking place out of order is just plain strange (especially since viewers already know the ultimate fate of Han). How does Fast & Furious 6 end? Well, you'll have to go to the theater to get the answer to that question, but let's just say a HUGE A-list actor will be taking the reins in Fast 7 as the main villain. This scene also ties up a MAJOR loose end from Tokyo Drift that wasn't even a loose end at the time. Sound confusing? Well, go watch the film and ask questions after.

Overall, Fast & Furious 6 is a terrific addition to the franchise, featuring no shortage of big engines, big thrills - and a rather large tank. Team Torreto continues to hit on all cylinders and will easily cross the finish line at the box office with another victory under their belt - paving the way for next year's sequel (which everyone will be clamoring about after the final scene of the film). Feel free to buy your tickets in advance, because Fast & Furious 6 is a MUST SEE.
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62 of 86 people found the following review helpful
on May 21, 2013
Usually, the longer a film franchise carries on, the more diluted it becomes - eventually leading to recasts, reboots, and whatever other attempt movie studios can think of to preserve their moneymakers. Just a few of the franchises that have had to reinvent themselves over the years includes James Bond, Batman, and basically any of the popular horror series. Outside of the horror genre, most of the series additions these days are above average or at least average in terms of quality, with The Dark Knight and Skyfall being a few of the best examples, compared to Batman & Robin and Die Another Day being examples of their polar opposites. Now, let's turn our attention to the Fast & Furious franchise. After the release of The Fast and the Furious (2001), the franchise clearly took a tumble without Vin Diesel in the driver's seat, spawning two mediocre (yet successful) sequels before "rebooting" with the original cast in Fast & Furious and Fast Five. The majority of that cast returns once again in the fifth sequel, Fast & Furious 6.

Directed by Justin Lin (Fast & Furious, Fast Five), Fast & Furious 6 stars Vin Diesel as Dominic Toretto, along with Paul Walker as Brian O'Conner - reunited once again when Luke Hobbs (Dwayne Johnson) approaches them for help to take down a rival crew, run by Owen Shaw (Luke Evans). Shaw's crew also includes Letty Ortiz (Michelle Rodriguez), Dom's former girlfriend that was allegedly killed while assisting the FBI - who has been suffering from amnesia since her supposed fatal car accident. With official pardons being used as collateral to clear their names, Toretto, O'Conner, and the rest of their crew must assist Hobbs in stopping Shaw and his crew from stealing components to assemble a devastating weapon that would have the ability to knock out electronically crash an entire region. Jordana Brewster, Gina Carano, Sung Kang, Gal Gadot, Chris "Ludacris" Bridges, and Tyrese Gibson also star in supporting roles.

After the conclusion of Tokyo Drift, it would have been hard to imagine the Fast & Furious franchise surviving long enough to make another film - but here we are, three sequels later with another on the way in 2014. To be honest, Fast & Furious (2009) didn't have a whole lot going for it other than it reunited the original cast, but it was enough of a commercial success to spawn Fast Five, which is by far and away the best film of the franchise. With that being said, it was always going to be a massive undertaking to exceed the entertainment value of Fast Five. However, Fast & Furious 6 definitely gives Fast Five a run for its money - due in large part to the addition of another crew that is just as talented as Toretto's crew, not to mention the return of Michelle Rodriguez.

Fast & Furious 6 is basically split down the center with two different plots coinciding with one another, the first being the crew assisting Hobbs to take down the Shaw gang, and the second to return Michelle Rodriguez's character to her once prominent position as one of the franchise's main characters. The Letty storyline is a bit silly when you really think about it, but then again the whole franchise is pretty silly in itself - since basically all of the characters should either be dead or in jail. Still, the storyline works enough to get Rodriguez back in the mix and to be completely honest, the franchise was really lacking the role of a dominant female that Gal Gadot and Elsa Pataky had been desperately trying to fulfill in the past two sequels. Now that Letty is back in full swing, ***SPOILER - it should be no surprise to see that Gadot and Pataky were essentially written out of the franchise by the conclusion of Fast Six***

It's not as though the Fast & Furious films are overly impressive with the overall quality of acting or meaningful dramatization (they star Vin Diesel and Paul Walker for cryin' out loud), so it shouldn't be too surprising that these films have taken on a watered-down, soap opera-ish feel to them. Regardless, viewers are obviously invested in these characters, clearly having fallen in love with them and continuing to want to know what happens to them. At the same time, you have to wonder how long these films can keep going at the rate they are progressing - because no matter how many times a character says their predicament presents "another level" of difficulty, it still feels the same as the last film. That's not to say these films aren't exciting, because they absolutely are, but the more action these films dish out, the harder it will be to get to the finish line the next time around.

The best part of these films (outside of the cars) is waiting to see in what direction the story will be taken next. Like the popular Marvel films, the Fast & Furious franchise has adopted the "scene after the credits" to help set up the lead-in for the next film. For example, Fast & Furious was a direct lead-in to Fast Five, while Fast Five's ending saw the return of Eva Mendes to drop the bombshell about Letty still being alive - and well, Tokyo Drift supposedly taking place out of order is just plain strange (especially since viewers already know the ultimate fate of Han). How does Fast & Furious 6 end? Well, you'll have to go to the theater to get the answer to that question, but let's just say a HUGE A-list actor will be taking the reins in Fast 7 as the main villain. This scene also ties up a MAJOR loose end from Tokyo Drift that wasn't even a loose end at the time. Sound confusing? Well, go watch the film and ask questions after.

Overall, Fast & Furious 6 is a terrific addition to the franchise, featuring no shortage of big engines, big thrills - and a rather large tank. Team Torreto continues to hit on all cylinders and will easily cross the finish line at the box office with another victory under their belt - paving the way for next year's sequel (which everyone will be clamoring about after the final scene of the film). Feel free to buy your tickets in advance, because Fast & Furious 6 is a MUST SEE.

Overall Grade - B
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19 of 26 people found the following review helpful
on December 4, 2013
Although I have yet to see part 6, I have loved the franchise since day 1. Once having my parents own a video store since I was little, I took advantage of watching whatever movie I wanted! No lie, that a great portion of the movies I watched were Paul Walker films... Knowing that purchasing this DVD will also proceed into his charity, even better! Paul Walker was a beautiful person, inside and out. Paul Walker was a human. You can't say that about many wealthy and famous people... Continuing to remember and respecting his legacy, Rest In Paradise Paul Walker. <3
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Mixed emotions his the viewer seeing FAST AND FURIOUS 6 for the first time knowing that Paul Walker is gone and wondering what will happen with the in process Fast and Furious 7. But in ways that fact makes this movie more treasured. It is a whoop-`em up fast action packed film that takes your breath away with the wild car chases and one the ground derring-do. Writer Chris Morgan and director Justin Lin have this medium down to a predictable but fine science.

The plot is fairly simple (as usual) allowing the telling of the story to be more important than any big philosophical notions. Hobbs (Dwayne Johnson, with even larger biceps varices!) has Dominic Toretto (Vin Diesel) and Brian O'Connor (Paul Walker) reassemble their crew (Jordana Brewster, Tyrese Gibson, Ludacris, Sung Kang) in order to take down mastermind Shaw (Luke Evans) who commands an organization of mercenary drivers across 12 countries. Payment? Full pardons for them all. The big driver is to `rescue' Letty (Michelle Rodriguez), who seems to be with Shaw's group after suffering amnesia, back into their fold. Wild situations abound and they are as exciting as ever - if not more so!
Definitely worth watching even for those who are not long term F & F fans. It is a terrific action film with sparkling actors having a great time. Grady Harp December 13
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