Fast & Furious 6
Vin Diesel, Paul Walker and Dwayne Johnson lead the returning cast of all-stars speed races to its next continent in Fast & Furious 6. The main “plot” is this: Diesel and Walker have to reassemble the team from FAST FIVE again, this time to help Agent Hobbs (Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson) track down hot shot bad guy Owen Shaw (Luke Evans) who is assembling parts of a deadly device that can black out a country for 24 hours .This is how much you are going to hear on that, rest is filled with chaotic car chases and gun fights throughout the movie.
The dialogue is terrible; all you hear are one liners, followed by abusive remarks and more one liners. The acting is bad as ever but the car stunts are bigger and crazier than ever before easily outdoing the scale of the Rio “Vault” scene from the prior film. The tank sequence gets carried away but gives the audience a thrill ride. Generally speaking any series that has managed to make its way to a sixth installment is worth a view. This wildly inconsistent franchise seems to rise and fall solely based on the cast and how they handle the plot. For me the best is the part 1 the 2001 original and the 2011’s series-best Fast Five. I give this film 5/10