Fast & Furious 6-Movie Collection
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Buckle up for nonstop action and mind-blowing speed in the adrenaline-fueled Fast & Furious: 6-Movie Collection. Vin Diesel, Paul Walker, Dwayne Johnson, Michelle Rodriguez and an all-star cast put pedal to the metal in pursuit of justice and survival as they race from L.A. to Tokyo, Rio and London. Packed with full-throttle action and jaw-dropping stunts, these six turbo-charged thrill rides place you behind the wheel of the most explosive film franchise in history!
- Aspect Ratio : 2.35:1, 2.40:1
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- MPAA rating : s_medNotRated NR (Not Rated)
- Product Dimensions : 7.75 x 5.75 x 1.25 inches; 9.6 Ounces
- Director : John Singleton, Justin Lin, Rob Cohen
- Media Format : Box set, Color, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
- Run time : 11 hours and 30 minutes
- Release date : May 13, 2014
- Actors : Vin Diesel, Paul Walker, Dwayne Johnson, Michelle Rodriguez, Lucas Black
- Subtitles: : French, Spanish
- Language : English (Dolby Digital 5.1), French (Dolby Digital 5.1), Spanish (Dolby Digital 5.1), English (DTS 5.1), English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo)
- Studio : Universal Pictures Home Entertainment
- ASIN : B00IMYVCA8
- Writers : Chris Morgan, David Ayer, Derek Haas, Erik Bergquist, Gary Scott Thompson
- Number of discs : 6
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The Fast and The Furious (aka Point Break 2.0, with cars instead of surf boards). Enjoyable movie all around, no super ridiculous stunts compared to the others. 8/10
Two Fast Two Furious. I'm biased on this one, my younger brother and I watched it a lot and loved quoting it. Set in Miami, now Bryan is a street racer turned mole rather than a mole turned street racer. Introduction of his buddy Roman Pierce - probably due to Vin Diesel wanting too much money - but still a hilarious character. Overall this definitely had the lightest feel to any of the movies. They're smiling and joking around most of the time, and even when they're in danger it's in beautiful Florida weather. 9/10. Got any more reviews up in there? We hungry.
Tokyo Drift. This one just seemed like a silly knockoff. Everyone hates on it compared to the others, but how bad is it really? It's pretty bad. We enjoyed making fun of the stuff they do more than the actual movie. 4/10. Han was pretty cool, so he's at least 3 of those 4 points. The other point was for the humor of listening to this Texas "high schooler" with a thick accent saying "What's DK stan' for? Dawnkey Kawng?"
Fast and Furious. The sweet return to our beloved Paul and Vin. This movie all around just seemed darker than its predecessors and because of that wasn't quite my favorite, but it was well done. The driving did start to get pretty ridiculous, but it was still a good movie overall. 7/10.
Fast Five. Holy laws of Physics Batman! But for real, this was actually my favorite of all of them. The Rock was both hilarious and badass. "Got some good news and some bad news" - "You know I like my dessert first". The entire crew comes back for this one, and while the whole thing could have been avoided if Vin wasn't an idiot and told Mia to steal the GT40 for no reason at all (why Dom, why?) it was very entertaining. The fight between Vin and the Rock was awesome. The scene with the dragging of the bank vault could work if the vault and the chains carrying it were made of adamantium maybe, but we'll let that slide in the interest of entertainment. 10/10
Fast & Furious 6. I haven't watched this one yet since theaters, but my initial impression was that it was pretty good. Had somewhat of a darker feel the same as #4, and the chase scenes were hilariously inaccurate (was that runway 24 miles long?) but that's what you get with these movies and if you don't like the lack of Physics, go watch Cosmos. 7/10
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Fast and Furious: The early roots of the series where we follow a cop - Brian - who is looking to infiltrate and arrest a gang of criminals stealing goods from trucks. The first entry in the series focuses a bit more on street racing than the rest of the series.
2 Fast 2 Furious: Dropping one of the leading actors - Vin Diesel - 2 Fast 2 Furious introduces us to one of Brian's friends, Roman Pearce. Working for the police once again, Brian and Roman need to infiltrate and arrest a drug baron and his ring. To do so, they aim to become his drivers - tasked with beating other two-man teams to getting the job. This is where the focus of the series starts to stray from underground racing and becomes more about the criminal underground.
Fast and Furious Tokyo Drift: As if just to make me contradict myself, Tokyo Drift takes us back to street racing - if only for a fleeting moment. We follow a new protagonist - Sean Boswell - who is sent to Japan to live with his father after causing too much trouble in the US. Given his love of cars and street racing, it's only a matter of time before he thrusts himself head-first into the world of underground Tokyo. The difference being that this isn't just normal street racing, this is drift. Through a series of events, Sean ends up intertwined with a criminal ring and has to walk a fine line to stay out of trouble.
Fast and Furious 4: We return to Brian and Dom - Vin Diesel - and Dom has upped himself, taking on much bigger gigs than stealing electronics. Brian, working for the police, has been tasked with taking down a much bigger drug baron than he faced before and through a series of events, Dom is also targeting said drug baron - But Brian and Dom aren't necessarily on the same side in all of this.
Fast and Furious 5: Following the events of Fast and Furious 4, Brian has left the police force and Dom has a plan. Marking what could be the end of his life of crime, Dom enlists a crew to do the impossible - Steal 100 million from Reyes. But they're not just going to drive in and shoot up the place - Dom got a hold of the location of the money and has a plan, this is going to be a heist.
Fast and Furious 6: Dom is met with a ghost from the past and will do anything to get them. The problem is, this ghost from the past has no memory and is working directly under a new criminal - Shaw. Shaw has taken crime to a new level and incorporates technology into everything he does. He has eyes and ears everywhere and Dom looks to be outmatched. Dom gets a crew together to attempt to take down Shaw and get to the ghost.
The series gets off to a somewhat B-movie-ish start as the first two movies use a lot of cheap special effects, but as the series progresses it becomes apparent that this is a really great movie series and especially Tokyo Drift, 4, 5 and 6 which were directed under Lin - who seems to absolutely adore the series - the quality shows.
One problem with this box set in particular is that the discs for Fast and Furious 5 and 6 don't have any numbers on them and - in my case - were reverse positions from what all four of the other discs were. To make things a bit easier for you if you are unsure: 5's disc has one car on it, 6 has many.
To the movies now, for fans of the series, get this Blu-ray box set, the older movies look stunning on Blu-ray, the new ones of course look even more stunning. Also, the price for all 6 movies and is great. Totally worth getting.
Glad these are just the blu rays and not with the DVDs too. That is the norm here in the states. Who would want that? I love blu ray too much to have to go back to the DVD version.
This is one amazing set of some really good action movies. Cannot wait to see the seventh installment!
As other Reviewers have said (so I won't repeat), only three of the films (Fast & Furious, F&F 5 and F&F 6) have Vin Diesel and Paul Walker in them and these are the best out of this set. Not to say the other three aren't very watchable - they are - but the obvious chemistry between Walker and Diesel plays out very well on screen and brings an integrity to the films which are, quite literally 'sit on the edge of your seat' thrill-fests..
Nice to see there is actually a 'story' running through the film with a beginning, middle and high-octane ending - not all 'action' films have that - and for car enthusiasts, it's Nirvana!
Don't waste your time reading any more reviews - just order the six-pack (boxed set), settle down and prepared to be thrilled.
These films are all to make us wake up and say "Bazinga" when you are feeling down and want a bit of adrenaline to move your feelings to a higher plane! But do not take them seriously. The feelings of "family" by Van Diesel are a nice touch considering the rest of the storyline; with the Rock joining the last two films and the usual suspects of interacting hotshots with their own characters brings a bit of zing to the films. Well done..But do not take then seriously when the CG I and technical guy/girls do their jobs well.