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Fast & Furious 6(ワイルド・スピード EURO MISSION)

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Japan, Spain, United Kingdom · 2013
2h 11m
Director Justin Lin
Starring Vin Diesel, Paul Walker, Dwayne Johnson, Jordana Brewster
Genre Action, Crime, Thriller

When an international criminal tries to sell a dirty bomb to the highest bidding terrorist, it's up to Dominic, Brian, and the rest of the team to put the pedal to the metal to stop him, thanks to a deal they cut with federal agent Hobbs.

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Time Out London by

With its puerile dialogue, daft performances, flat comic repartee and ear-rupturingly loud sound levels, the experience of watching ‘Fast & Furious 6’ is like listening to death metal pour out of 500-watt speakers while being strapped to a pneumatic drill. Apart from Diesel’s likeably mild-mannered persona, there’s little here that we haven’t seen before.


Village Voice by Alan Scherstuhl

Everyone involved at last seems to understand that the mode here is comic. Previous entries suffered from self-important glumness that gummed up the fun whenever the cars weren’t racing.


Slant Magazine by Chris Cabin

Justin Lin strives to approximate something like Ocean's Eleven for petrosexuals, but testosterone outweighs wit and cleverness at every turn in Chris Morgan's starched script.


Total Film by James Mottram

Another silly but sturdy instalment that’s as well-oiled as The Rock’s muscles. If the ‘Letty in London’ story doesn’t exactly have that new-car smell, this is still the fastest soap opera on wheels.

80 by Laremy Legel

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.


The Playlist by Oliver Lyttelton

While there's a lot of fun to be had, Furious 6 doesn't quite hit the insane heights of "Fast Five," but we're sure it'll delight franchise fans who mostly want to see bald people butt heads, and moving vehicles crash into other moving vehicles.


Variety by Scott Foundas

Though high-octane stunts have always been the primary selling point here, Lin and veteran “Fast” screenwriter Chris Morgan have labored to add depth, dimensionality and inner conflict to the now-sprawling cast of recurring characters — so much so that, at times, “Furious 6” plays like a glossy gearhead melodrama.


The Telegraph by Tim Robey

Before, after, and between these (action) sequences, even by the paltry standard of previous scripts, it’s slow-witted and won’t shut up.

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