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An American teenager named Sean Boswell is a loner in school, however he challenges his rival for an illegal street racing, and he totals his car in the end of the race. To avoid time in prison he is sent to Tokyo to live with his father who is in the military. As soon as he arrives he discovers a new, fun but dangerous way of street racing in the underworld of the streets of Tokyo, Japan. Written by
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Why'd you let me race your car? You knew I was gonna wreck it.
'Cause that's a lot of money.
I have money, it's trust and character I need around me. You know, who you choose to be around you lets you know who you are. One car in exchange for knowing what a man's made of? That's a price I can live with.
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Now let me state I haven't seen it in a long time so I'm going by memory of how I felt about this film.
The Fast And The Furious: Tokyo Drift is the third film in the series and unlike the first two films it doesn't have the original cast members which is a let down since it's normally wise to have the cast reprise their roles for the films.
But for the story for this film it just makes you understand why they went to a new cast.
The plot centers around an American Teenager Sean Boswell (Played by Lucas Black) who gets into trouble with the law after a street race with an high school kid so to avoid going to jail he is forced to move in with his father Major Boswell (Played by Brian Goodman) in Tokyo, Japan.
But old habits are not easy to bring as he begins to rival with Takashi (Played by Brain Tee) who serves as the film main Antagonist, the feud begins when Lucas begins to chase his girlfriend Neela (Played by Nathalie Kelley).
What most fans would be disappointed about the film is that the film features no of the original characters.
But the film plot is interesting but still feels kind of let down considering. Plus we first see Han in the series
The action scenes and taunts are good for the film despite it flaw acting but it just a hard film to not talk about.
The film is just hold back for many reasons but if you're a fan of the series give it a watch.
I give The Fast And The Furious: Tokyo Drift an 7 out of 10
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