I really did not think people needed to be told this, but apparently they do: Movies aren’t real and watching a Fast and Furious movie does not suddenly make you a drift king or a champion street racer. Sheesh.
Dude, look! DK’s ride is for sale!
Last year wasn’t so great for cars in movies, but 2017 more than made up for it. Here’s a rough list of our favorite cars in the movies that came out this year.
Well, isn’t this some good and happy Monday news!
Meadow Walker, the daughter of Fast & Furious franchise star Paul Walker, has settled the lawsuit against Porsche concerning her father’s death in 2013, according to The Blast.
With A History Of Violence, Tom Breihan picks the most important action movie of every year, starting with the genre’s birth and moving right up to whatever Vin Diesel’s doing this very minute.
You know those really awkward moments in movies where you, as the viewer, actually feel embarrassed that you’re watching them? Moments that make you cringe so hard that you feel like you’re about to turn yourself inside out? Well, Overdrive as a whole felt that way: a cringey, cheap and flat discount version of Redline
If you’ve been following along with our Fast and Furious coverage, then you’ll know that I will die defending those movies. I love everything about them: the bad acting, the science-bending stunts and the bullet-proof plot lines. And now Turn 10 Studios has announced a The Fate of the Furious car pack for the upcoming …
You guys are familiar with the “Everything Wrong With” film critiques that CinemaSins puts out, correct? They are typically on point and bring up thoughtful criticism about the films they review. But here’s the thing about the review on The Fate of the Furious: they completely missed the point of the movie.
Earlier this year, the eighth installment of the greatest franchise ever created hit theaters. The Fate of the Furious was fast-paced, grandiose and filled with explosions. Scott Eastwood was in it. He’s in this new movie, too, called Overdrive, which also has cars and explosions but, strangely, seems to have nothing…
I’ve watched the first Fast and Furious movie enough times now to basically know it line-for-line. And so the next logical step for this level of fandom is to recast the movie to include myself and my coworkers.
Jesse was such an underrated character in the first Fast & Furious movie, spouting such gems as “overnight parts from Japan” and his prayer to the car gods. Sadly, he didn’t survive to the sequels. But a shop in Canada recreated his car, and the stoke is strong with nostalgia all around here.
Yesterday, Michelle Rodriguez celebrated the digital release of The Fate of the Furious with an Instagram post and a threat: if Universal’s biggest franchise doesn’t start giving women more screen time, she may have to quit.
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.