Dwayne Johnson was very supportive of exploring the idea of Hobbs' family, allowing for many Polynesians to be cast as his relatives. This was a definite nod to Vin Diesel's constant references to "family" in the previous Fast & Furious movies. See more »
Queenie says she has plenty of time in prison to do a lot of Suduko. The number puzzle game is called Sudoku. See more »
UK Police Leader:
All right, touchdown in two. Rules of engagement: electric rounds only. MI6 wants him alive for questioning. The target's in a metal coffer. Every agency and terror cell is looking for it.
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Dialogue continues under the first part of the closing credits. See more »
Like I said, it's not a masterpiece, and it certainly has some problems, but the movie knew exactly what it needed to be and what it needed to do and it did it well. Statham, Johnson, Ilba and the rest of the cast all did a pretty good. The action is over the top but entertaining and exiting. The movie was also pretty self aware and wasn't as arrogant as the other F&F movies. And I loved the choice to make a F&F movie with such a bizarre and over the top plot.
At some points the movie got a little to repetitive and cliche for me, and some of the jokes and skits were a little bit weaker than others, but like I said this movie is not the one made to be a masterpiece, or to be analysed for messages or deeper meaning, its just a dumb summer movie but a really good one at that.
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