Rating: 1.5 stars
Oh, how the trendy have fallen. Eight years ago, two rising star actors—the beef-cakey Vin Diesel and the surfer dudeish Paul Walker—made a hit film about fast cars and fast women called The Fast and the Furious. A sequel followed—2 Fast 2 Furious—but this time only Walker appeared; Diesel, apparently, had bigger fish to fry (like, uh, The Chronicles of Riddick?). Then came a third iteration—The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift—but neither Diesel nor Walker condescended to appear in it.
Well, it’s 2009 and Walker (a pretty, but wooden actor who seems more suited to The CW then the big screen) and the brooding, sculpted Diesel (who has been passed over by The Rock and Jason Statham as the action hunks du jour) have seen their careers flat-line. So they’ve pretty much crawled back to their reliable franchise.
Hate to say it guys, but. . .you should've stayed under those rocks.
It’s been 6 years since we last saw the little speed demons. Dom (Vin Diesel) is still racing cars, leading his gang, and dating...