Among the inevitable challenges of these films is the need to add a few new accessories to provide the adrenaline rush that viewers are looking for, as well as to provide points of difference from previous episodes. Also, since the back mirror has had skid tracks and explosions for twenty years, there’s plenty of room to call it past adventures, even if it’s enough to collect a check from Helen Mirren and Charlize Theron. even if it has been down for a long time.
The big wrinkles in the F9 include exploring the past of Dom Toretto (Vin Diesel), revealing a brother named Jacob who clearly spent so much time in the weight class. He played the role of John Cena, and to say that the brothers are in competition is not going to shed light on things, because they are looking for a device that will have dangerous consequences for the world on parallel roads.
There’s an operational quality to these scenes, from “epic” to almost self-parody. True, these are tough friends who laugh to death (mostly), but when the musical signals shift to the sentimental side and Dom begins to speak poetically about the family, the “Fast Handle” can behave with the Hallmark channel.
Of course, this isn’t the main attraction, but rather a series of persecutions and actions carefully crafted by director / co-author Justin Lynn, who takes the wheel of the fourth “Fast and Furious” film.
The real fate of “Angry” movies is similar to the declining revenue right now, with F9’s first major series – chasing with rage and fighting across the jungle – that’s o. provided a sense of excitement against the gravitational pull of zin. As dom and companies cross the world, the effect of each series of stunts decreases.
In this way, the F9 travels more miles to be worth the money and to provide a community experience. After a year of time when people can stop and reverse missed communication, these missed lines are one of those movies that are insignificant, and this vehicle can only move forward when the wheels are spinning. moves depending on.
F9: Fast Saga premieres on June 25 in the United States. It was rated PG-13.