FAST & FURIOUS 9 | MOVIE REVIEW | SYLVIA PARKEntertainment
22 June 2021
Crazily over the top than ever, Fast and Furious 9 quite literally takes the franchise to new heights and we. Are. Here. For. It.
If you’ve committed and loved watching the last eight films (my people) – with all the explosions, smouldering stares, impossible physics and one liners – you’re going to be wildly entertained.
Michelle Rodriguez as Letty in F9, directed by Justin Lin. E© 2021 Universal Pictures. All Rights Reserved.
When Mr. Nobody (Kurt Russel) sends a distress signal to Dominic Toretto’s (Vin Diesel) team, he and his family are pulled from the their quiet life and are thrusted back into action together with help of their old gang to take down their old foe, Cipher (Charlize Theron).
(from left) Dom (Vin Diesel) and Jakob (John Cena) in F9, directed by Justin Lin. E © 2021 Universal Pictures. All Rights Reserved.
This movie sees the return of the main crew: Letty (Michelle Rodriguez), Tej (Ludacris), Roman (Tyrese Gibson), Ramsey (Nathalie Emmanuel), Mia (Jordana Brewster) and some exciting surprises from previous films, to band together again to stop a world destroying plot by yet another unbelievably skilled assassin / high performance driver – Jacob, Dom’s brother (played by John Sena yes, the WWE legend).
A spoiler (but not because it’s all over the promos) is the return of Han (Sung Kang). Briefly touching on his questionable car crash survival in Tokyo Drift, Han returns in full snacking form – and that is what the people wanted.
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If you’re here to watch fast cars doing the most hectic stunts conceivable, with non-stop action and want have heaps of laughs along the way – this is a must see and a big win for the franchise.
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