Armed men hijack a New York City subway train, holding the passengers hostage in return for a ransom, and turning an ordinary day's work for dispatcher Walter Garber into a face-off with the mastermind behind the crime.
Former cop Brian O'Conner who teams up with his ex-con pal Roman Pearce to transport a shipment of 'dirty' money for shady Miami-based import-export dealer Carter Verone, while actually working with undercover agent Monica Fuentes to bring Verone down. Written by
The Mitsubishi Lancer Evo VII driven by Paul Walker is not available in the USA, the cars used were actually current US models, modified to look like the Evo VII. All mods done by EP Industries in El Segundo, CA. See more »
In the final scene with the blue car and boat. The car is shown to be traveling at 120 miles per hour, but losing ground to the boat. Boats like this are only capable of about 42 miles an hours. If the scene were accurate, the car would be shooting past the boat by about 80 miles an hour and would have been well ahead when it made the jump. See more »
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Equal sequel with the original, but more of the same
Average sequel about Officer Brian O'Connor, fired from the LAPD, goes to Miami, to redeem himself and get his badge back. He also meets an old friend, Roman Pearce, who accompanies him. They get help from a street racer, and put in an effort to redeem themselves by racing the streets of Miami.
Again, it is a teen movie. Yes, yes, we've heard it before. But in this movie, it is a bit different from the first. It has a better plot, expanded action scenes, and so on. But, at points the action does go a bit too far (all of the cars releasing from the garage), and some bad acting. Overall, "2 Fast 2 Furious" is worth viewing if you liked the first. Otherwise, 'act a fool' and let it be.
2.5 out of 5.
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