Quick cuts, fast shifts and engines at full chat: it’s not hard to make a slow car look fast. I swear this is how they do it in movies. Just ask Car Bros.
Look, we all know the Fast And Furious movies are not about “realism” in any sense whatsoever. But sheesh, another five seconds of proofreading could have saved this DVD box from eternal embarrassment.
It’s comedians, in cars, pulling heists and street racing. And getting coffee.
I assure you, this had nothing to do with how explodey and awesome The Fate of the Furious was. No way at all.
I can’t exactly say I’m a fan of the Fast and Furious movies. They tend to become just a little too idiotic and improbable in all the wrong ways, and hearing whatshisname talk about “family” makes me just a touch vomity. Still, the movies are full of some fascinating cars, and it’s great to hear about those.…
If I were to ask you what the Fast and Furious beer is, you’d all chant back in unison, “Corona.” And you’d be right. But, as it turns out, Corona’s parent company, Anheuser-Busch InBev, never actually paid to have the beer appear in the films.
As is common every few years, a new Fast and Furious movie is upon us. The new one seems to be about explosions and car hacking and another absurd vehicular heist, based on the trailer. This is a far cry from the Fast and Furious movies of my youth, which were mostly about NOS and gear shifting and tuna sandwiches.…
Without a doubt, Fast and Furious: Tokyo Drift (or, for the simpler fans, Fast and Furious Three) is the best film of the franchise. So, when I came across this Honest Trailers video about the movie, I was perplexed. How does one hate upon the most perfect film ever made?
It probably won’t but it’s not totally, hypothetically, 100 percent off the table. And that’s good enough for us.
Two guys recently stopped by a city council meeting after a surf session in San Clemente, California, asking for a huge statue of the late Fast and Furious star Paul Walker to be erected as a “beacon of headlights that can guide us down a dusty road.” It is absolutely the best—and gnarliest—thing you will ever see. …
There’s a video out for Lil Uzi Vert, Quavo and Travis Scott’s new single for the release of The Fate of the Furious, which shows off even more of the new Dodge Challenger SRT Demon that still hasn’t been officially revealed, and features lyrics more rooted in enthusiast culture than this franchise has been in a…
Just when you thought the action couldn’t be bigger, the sounds couldn’t be louder and the explosions couldn’t get explodey-er, the Fast and Furious franchise will take on its biggest obstacle yet: real life.
The eighth but definitely not last Fast and Furious movie will hit theaters this coming April. It probably won’t be like the previous movies at all.
By next April, the world will be one Fast and Furious movie richer. Richer in explosions. In expensive cars doing stunts. In A-list Hollywood actors. In hugely jacked men fighting. But it wasn’t always this way.
I’m so old that I can remember when the Fast and the Furious movies were about street racing, or at least cars, tangentially. The latest trailer for The Fate Of The Furious (not The F8 Of The Furious, which we all think is a missed opportunity) just dropped and the only thing it’s about is pure, unfiltered mayhem.