The Fate of the Furious

2017

Action / Adventure / Crime / Thriller

996
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 67% · 313 reviews
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 72% · 25K ratings
IMDb Rating 6.6/10 10 255826 255.8K

Director

Top cast

Jason Statham as Deckard
Charlize Theron as Cipher
Dwayne Johnson as Hobbs
Vin Diesel as Dom
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1007.38 MB
1280*534
English 2.0
PG-13
23.976 fps
2 hr 16 min
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2.08 GB
1920*800
English 2.0
PG-13
23.976 fps
2 hr 16 min
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6.16 GB
3840*2160
English 5.1
PG-13
23.976 fps
2 hr 15 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by bubbasvn 7 / 10

Interesting but quite too many unbelievable situations

(Non - Spoiler Section) is it good? Yes, it's interesting and worth watching. Going into the film you will be anxiously waiting to see why Dom betrays his team after watching the the trailers. It is action packed and brings some nice comedic dialogue and some really nice action scenes. Except some parts rely a lot on CGI.

(Spoiler Section) Now, whether it is unbelievable that Dom can pick up an EMP bomb with ease, or that the Rock can break handcuffs at an extremely secure prison is beyond me, but it doesn't stop there. So it is OK for Kurt Russel's character to allow prison guards to be injured or killed, to prove a point, and in that kind of prison the guards would ask the Rock to return to his cell without just zapping him first. So Dom can elbow his car door off in the middle of the street, or how the greatest hacker in the world can't notice a tracker on her plane, that later on shows a red blinking light, that can easily be seen flashing towards the end of the movie. Is it believable that an EMP would not destroy the communications in Dom's car, or the CPU in his car. And also the EMP hit the security room, so why was it still running? Also why could the submarine still run after an EMP. Wasn't the submarine on stilts? How did it get off the stilts and into the water? When firing a sniper rifle from that range, how could gravity and wind speed be ignored? Can Dom really jump out of a vehicle and not be hurt at all? Plus fire explosions don't just stop because there is a car in the way, why wasn't anyone angry at Dom on the ice for killing Deckard Shaw? How doesn't Roman have hypothermia? And a Lamborghini door isn't bulletproof… oh and if they could use X-ray from a satellite to look through that Russian car, why couldn't they do it to see Dom not at his car? The previous movie was about saving that program that Ramsey made, and Cipher has it, how was this not solved or part of their main concern? How do you go on a plane like that and not at least bring a parachute? WHy wasn't Dom's cousin upset with Dom before he gave him His ride? Especially when he tore it apart? Am I missing any? There is a lot...

Regardless, it's enjoyable to watch.

Reviewed by ethanbresnett 7 / 10

Couldn't ask for much more from a Fast and Furious film

Look, its a Fast and the Furious film, you know what you are getting...

Bad writing -check

Clichés aplenty - check

Ludicrous plot - check

Ridiculous action set pieces - check

Enjoyment - you bet ya

If you enjoyed the previous instalments in the franchise, there's absolutely no reason why you won't like this one. It has all the trademarks of a Fast movie, and in many instances turns these up to 11 for this entry in the franchise. It's bigger, bolder, more outrageous, with plenty of action and some fantastic sequences involving the cars.

Charlize Theron was a nice addition to the cast, with probably the best performance in the film. The plot was very fun, following the theme of the last few instalments, which feel more like Bond/Mission Impossible style sprawling action blockbusters than mere drag racing flicks. I think this maybe had a better plot than some of the previous ones, with some good surprises and a semblance of character development thrown in there.

If you're a Fast & Furious fan or general action movie buff, grab the popcorn and stick on Fast 8 for a fun time.

Reviewed by morrison-dylan-fan 8 / 10

The Fast & The Furious:Part 8.

During Easter I realised that I have not seen a single 2017 film! Being a fan of the franchise,I decided that it was time to drive into my first 2017 movie.

The plot:

Whilst honeymooning with his wife Letty Ortiz, Dominic Toretto is approached by cyberterrorist Cipher,and asked to leave his "family" and join her criminal gang. Turning it down,Toretto is shown something by Cipher which forces him to join. Keeping it secret,Toretto betrays Ortiz,Hobbs, Roman and Parker by stealing an electronic bomb that is on Cipher's wish list. Finding their leader to have gone rogue,the rest of the gang start trying to figure out how to remain fast and furious,against Dominic Toretto.

View on the film:

Coming straight outta Compton,director F. Gary Gray & returning cinematographer Stephen F. Windon follow Furious 7's James Wan's decision to retain some of his own style within the series,as Gray separates the locations with whip-pan chapter headings and surprisingly still group shots showing the friendships, being rolled straight from Gray's Hip-Hop epic. Impressively driving the series into a more living cartoon atmosphere,Gray delivers cracking extravagant set-pieces which strike a fine balance between hard- hitting combat scenes with wonderfully bonkers CGI that takes the car races into flight of fantasy.

Revving up the series again,the screenplay by Chris Morgan cooks up a delicious gumbo,that mixes the hyper action scenes with espionage skills,a gritty jail escape,and even some propah British Gangster business. Slightly turning down the action volume,Morgan does well at setting up the next films with Letty's/Toretto's relationship being more prominent,and last baddie Deckard solidly joining the goodies. Being the first lead women baddie in the series, Charlize Theron gives a wonderfully icy performance as Cipher,thanks to the unsettling calm Theron gives Cipher being against the explosive performances of Vin Diesel, Dwayne Johnson and The Stath,who all discover the fate of the furious.

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