The Fate of the Furious (2017)

PG-13   |    |  Action, Adventure, Crime


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When a mysterious woman seduces Dominic Toretto into the world of terrorism and a betrayal of those closest to him, the crew face trials that will test them as never before.


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26 April 2017 | ikari1
6
| Good action flick for 15yos
The action is fine (although it is a Transformers, Michael Bay kind of action), but that script, oh my god the script is so cheesy... This thing about cyber terrorism where everyone is a hacker, but no one uses a mouse on a computer, they all just type in front of a holographic screen with moving images from a Star Trek movie. It is just getting old. Enough with the "lets hack into a network of satellites in 10 seconds".

The characters have no real spunk behind them, they just appear, because they have to. The motives of the villain are silly and unclear, the villains henchmen are targets for shooting practice. The last couple FF movies were much much better in terms of story, still over the top action, but they had some feeling.

This one is just a flick for children, it's slow motion fx, big "really big" explosions, lots of good quality cgi, and fitting for a kids movie not a drop of blood.

I give it a 6, because the production and the action are great, and I like the fact that some big Hollywood names appeared in it. But it is more like a 5.7, oh did I mention that the acting sucks as well?

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Trivia

During the fight inside the ship towards the end of the movie, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson used his wresting finisher "the rock bottom" to slam a guard onto a rail. This is the second time he shows off this move, the first being when he used it to slam Deckard Shaw through a glass table in Furious 7 (2015). He also used another wrestling move in Fast Five (2011) against Dom, the German Suplex.


Quotes

Plymouth Owner: 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.
Dominic Toretto: Look at this. This is an engine from a boat.
Letty: No way.
Plymouth Owner: Whatever it takes to keep it running


Goofs

With the whole team being wanted on interpol top eleven list, it's impossible that Brian O'Conner dint know about this.


Alternate Versions

The 148-minute Director's Cut has the following additions:

  • In Cuba, there are extra lines by Raldo, especially when he tells that the car that is Dom's cousin is no longer his and reprimands Letty for interjecting. During Dom's race with Raldo, there's extra shots of Letty and Dom's cousin to emphasize they are keeping an eye on the race as well as Dom at the burning cockpit. One of Raldo's men takes a phone call.
  • At the bed, Letty asks Dom whether he has enough faith and would he ride for the world.
  • Roman calms Letty after she confronts Ramsey.
  • Dom finds it amusing for Cipher to watch everything from 30,000 feet. There's also an extra line by her describing him: "That engine. That open road. Being free."
  • In the prison block, Hobbs' sexual-reference line "So why don't you get your candy-ass back out there and toss some more salad, boy?" has been restored. When he and Deckard fight their way out, he stabs and inmate, throwing him over the railing before beating more of them.
  • The debriefing on Cipher and Dom is longer: Hobbs tells Tej that Nobody and Little Nobody are like a maze; Little Nobody says no one knows of Cipher except for one photo; Letty doesn't understand why Dom and Cipher work together; Roman brags his awesomeness for having Ramsey's program to track Cipher, he also backs down after Little Nobody is annoyed at him. Just before Dom and Cipher attack the base, Tej pulls out the live surveillance footage - Cipher snarky remark, "Surprise!"
  • Ramsey thanks Deckard for saving her. It makes Roman nervous that he called Tej over to talk about both of them.
  • Cipher tells Dom of another possible outcome from an attempted escape by him.
  • At the car warehouse, Hobbs is irritated by Deckard's jeep being British that he smashes a side mirror. Roman makes imaginary fly talk to deliberately mess Little Nobody.
  • Dom tells Magdalene that he can see in his little boy's eyes.
  • There's more lingering shots on Dom and Cipher when Rhodes executes Elena.
  • Extra line by Letty about Rhodes: "He must have been working with that bitch the whole time."
  • When Dom and Cipher talk about the submarine hijack plan, she summarizes Dom's urge for revenge. He then psychoanalyzes her.
  • Roman calls Tej a fake Barry White.
  • During the soccer match, Hobbs yells something explicit to the men who wanted him for the Berlin assignment. This pays off here when after he shouts again, his attackers were irritated. Tej fights a Russian.
  • As Roman is pursued by enemy jeeps he keeps swearing but warns his team about the jeeps.
  • Deckard kills a few more of Cipher's goons at the plane.
  • Extra line by Roman: "I'm not going back to the water!"
  • Dom humorously complains to Deckard of the baby glove that is British.


Soundtracks

Murder (Remix)
Written by Damion Williams,
YoungBoy Never Broke Again (as Kentrell Gaulden), 21 Savage (as Shayaa Bin Abraham-Joseph)
Performed by YoungBoy Never Broke Again (feat. 21 Savage)
YoungBoy Never Broke Again appears courtesy of Never Broke Again, LLC
21 Savage appears courtesy of Epic Records

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Genres

Action | Adventure | Crime | Thriller

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