(2011)

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83
High-octane trash, but you will go "Ohhhhhh!"
80
Big crashes, lithe women and roiling testosterone, not to mention the addition of The Rock as a fire-and-brimstone federal agent - there's plenty to pull in the (mostly) young male audience.
75
What it all comes down to is a skillfully assembled 130 minutes at the movies, with actors capable of doing absurd things with straight faces, and action sequences that toy idly with the laws of physics.
75
It's a movie for audiences who think exuberance in movies is more important than sense or logic and who can laugh at a movie and like it at the same time.
75
Inventive action sequences, deft stunt work and breathtaking cinematography make for revved-up fun.
75
Blissfully, brainlessly satisfying.
75
It's either genius or madness to put Diesel and Johnson in the same movie, or the same scene. They're both enormously appealing performers.
75
It delivers the most entertaining "Fast and Furious" adventure while also getting 2011's summer movie season off on the right lead foot.
75
As is par for the course in a "Fast and Furious'' movie, the only persuasive physical intimacy is between the men.
70
The sheer audacity of Fast Five is kind of breathtaking in a metal-twisting, death-defying, mission-implausible, B-movie-on-steroids kind of way. Not complaining, just saying.
70
Gets lots of mileage from a combination of high spirits, scorn for the laws of physics, readily renewable energy and an emphasis on family values-not those of the nuclear family, but of hell-raising, drag-racing outlaws who genuinely care for one another.
63
Fast Five will push all your action buttons, and some you haven't thought of. So what if you hate yourself in the morning.

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