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Fast and the Furious, The (2001)

If loyalties must be broken, If the lines must be crossed, do it fast, do it Furious

Original Title : Fast and the Furious, The
Director : Rob Cohen
Writer : Ken Li
Gary Scott Thompson (I)
Gary Scott Thompson (I)
Erik Bergquist
David Ayer
Genre : Thriller
Action
Country : USA
Language : English
Producer : Creighton Bellinger , Doug Claybourne , Neal H. Moritz , John Pogue (I)
Music : BT (I)
Wes Borland
DMX
Leor Dimant
Nate Dogg
Fred Durst
Faith Evans
R. Kelly
Method Man
John Otto (II)
Redman
Sam Rivers
Ja Rule
Carlos Santana
Josey Scott
Brian Tyler (IV)
Photography : Ericson Core
Distributor : Universal Pictures [us]
MPAA Rating : Rated PG-13 for violence, sexual content and language.
IMDB ID : 0232500
Official site : http://awards.universalpictures.com/ff.htm
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Fast and the Furious, The (2001) - Rob Cohen
 

Starring

Paul Walker I
Vin Diesel Dominic Toretto
Michelle Rodriguez Letty
Jordana Brewster Mia Toretto
Rick Yune Johnny Tran
Chad Lindberg Jesse
Johnny Strong II
Matt Schulze Vince
 

Plot

The Fast &, The Furious is loosely based on an article in a magazine about street clubs that race Japanese cars late at night. The film stars Vin Diesel as Domenic Toretto, the leader of a street gang that is under suspicion of stealing expensive electronic equipment. Paul Walker plays an undercover police officer that attempts to find out who exactly is stealing the equipment, while falling for Domenic's younger sister played by Jordana Brewster.
 

Comments

Comes at you Fast AND Furious The Fast and the Furious comes at you like it says.It's not a long movie and really never slows down much at all!Those looking for a movie delving into a complex plot with in depth charachters need not watch it.The movie is as the preview shows, a lot of great car chase scenes held together by a loose form of a plot.It does what Gone in 60 Seconds only wishes it could do.In gone in 60 you have 2 scenes with cars driving fast at all.Here you have at least 6 or 7 distinctly different and memorable scenes. Although acting ability and some of the lines lack severely, this can be forgiven and is made up by the cars. This movie is perfect for anyone into speed and tuned import sports cars for the most part(yes, even the occasional despicable economy car made to "perform" is present)I saw the previews knowing this was going to be basically an adrenaline rush of a movie, and I gave it a 10 because that's what it delivered.
 
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