Now that Dom and Letty are on their honeymoon and Brian and Mia have retired from the game-and the rest of the crew has been exonerated-the globetrotting team has found a semblance of a normal life. But when a mysterious woman seduces Dom into the world of crime he can't seem to escape and a betrayal of those closest to him, they will face trials that will test them as never before. From the shores of Cuba and the streets of New York City to the icy plains off the arctic Barents Sea, the elite force will crisscross the globe to stop an anarchist from unleashing chaos on the world's stage... and to bring home the man who made them a family. Written by
At the beginning of the film, before the race, Dom tweaks the engine of the car he is about to use to make it faster. He uses the opener ring of a soda can to attach a hose to a part of the engine, calling it a "poor man's turbo". Later during the race, when he engages it, he says, "Ok Buster, lets see if this works," hinting that Brian O'Connor taught it to him. Dom's crew constantly referred to Brian as "The Buster" or "Buster" throughout the first film. See more »
There is no way the Akula Class submarine could have come remotely close to keeping up with the vehicles on the surface, let alone overtaking them. Even though the Akula was rated as one of the fastest submarines in the world during the cold war, with a reported top speed of between 28-35 knots (32-40 mph) this would be far from what the cars and trucks were apparently doing speed-wise even IF the reported top speed was DOUBLE what has been reported at 70 knots (80 mph). The part where the submarine broaches (comes to the surface) and overtakes the vehicles WHILE cutting through the ice is comical as the Akula classes reported surface speed is 10-12 knots (11-13 mph). A knot is only a measurement of a nautical mile per hour which is equivalent to about 1.15 mph. See more »
We swap in parts from Fords... Plymouths and Cadillacs. My grandfather bought it in 1957. When he died, it passed to my father. Then my brother, and now me.
[in Spanish, to Letty]
Look at this. This is an engine from a boat.
Whatever it takes to keep it running
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Written by Breyan Isaac, Christopher Featherstone, Justin Featherstone, Matthew Featherstone, William Featherstone, Quavo (as Quavious Marshall), Lil Uzi Vert (as Symere Woods), Travis Scott (as Jacques Webster) and Shane Lee Lindstrom
Performed by Lil Uzi Vert, Quavo and Travis Scott
Produced by The Featherstones, Murda Beatz and Breyan Isaac for The Thirties
Quavo appears courtesy of 300 Entertainment
By arrangement with Atlantic Records
Lil Uzi Vert appears courtesy of Atlantic Records
Travis Scott appears courtesy of Epic Records See more »
Do not bother spending your hard-earned money on The Fate of the Furious. It is yet another lame sequel of one of the lamest franchises from Hollywood. Honestly cannot believe that this is the 8th installment.
The writing and dialog is painfully cliché, like a 6 year old wrote it. The story, despite their intentions is so predictable that you cannot help but roll your eyes for the entire movie.
The acting... ohhhhh... the "acting"... some of the worst I have ever seen. Can Vin Diesel actually get worse at acting? Yes, he can. Even the performances from seasoned actors like Charlize Theron and Dwayne Johnson felt wooden, no doubt due to the horrid script and direction.
Not even the action sequences nor special effects could save this movie, as they were fake enough to repeatedly kill your suspension of disbelief and distract from what little story exists.
Dear Hollywood: Enough with the tired sequels. Enough with super hero movies. Take a chance on some original ideas.
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