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Against all odds, the billion-dollar “Fast & Furious” franchise is actually picking up momentum, with “FF6” clocking in as the fastest, funniest and most outlandish chapter yet.
Actually, if "Fast 6" shows any new ambitions, it's by enthusiastically embracing its inner-Telemundo, its heated, knotty "Game of Thrones" melodrama.
Check your brain at the door and fasten your seat belt.
This is a franchise entirely comfortable with what it is, what it's not, and what it has to offer. It has a whole mess of “Fast” for us all, and woe be the souls who enter this film hoping to go slow.
“Let's go for a little ride,” teases Vin Diesel as Dom Toretto at the start of Fast & Furious 6, an amusingly mild suggestion that's also the only moment of understatement in two dizzyingly high-octane hours.
The plot and dialogue are still stilted and stupid, but that only proves that Justin Lin, who has directed the last four F & Fs, has his priorities straight.
San Francisco Chronicle
It's stupid but glorious -- Dominic (Vin Diesel) and his crew of high-spirited street racers are hired by an FBI agent to hunt down an international terrorist in London. Ridiculous and entertaining from start to finish.
It's kickass trash that never pretends to be more. Bonus points for that.
No matter how silly and outlandish the action gets - and it does become ridiculous - it also delivers the goods its audience expects.
It's glorious while it lasts, but then the film goes back to figuring out how to keep its oversized vessel from taking on water.
Fast & Furious 6 might have just as easily been called "Planes, Tanks and Automobiles."

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