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2 Fast 2 Furious
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    What a great movie. Everyone told me about this movie but i never thought of it this way... the movie is great for teenage BOYZ... Maybe GIRLZ will think its a stupid. If you love cars JUST watch this movie.. But my mom liked it!!! :D...more info
  • Horrible
    Paul Walker returns in this sequel to 2001's The Fast and the Furious. Brian O'Conner (Walker) has left L.A due to his illegal actions from the first movie and now soars the streets of Miami making money here and there by street racing. Watched by Customs Agent Monica Fuentes (Mendes), Brian is caught by the police and is given a deal by Agent Markham and Bilkins to go undercover and try to bring down drug lord Carter Verone (Hauser)in exchange for his criminal record to be erased. Brian agrees but only if he is given permission to choose his partner. Brian heads home to Barsto, Arizona where he recruits an old friend Roman Pearce (Tyrese) to help him. Pearce agrees but only for the same deal Brian was offered. With the help of Monica, Brian and Rome work together to take down Verone. This was a horrible movie. There was no reason to make a sequel. They should have stopped after the first one....more info
  • Great Cars & Effects!
    Brian O'Connor (Paul Walker) was kicked off the force for his little stunt in the Fast and the Furious and has been on the run ever since. He fled all the way to Florida, where he became friends with Tej (Ludacris), the man who knew where all the action was. Before too long, Brian couldn't even find anyone who would race against him and word was out. The cops grabbed Brian and made him an offer - help them with a case or go to jail. The cops have been trying to nab the premier drug dealer in the area, Carter Verone (Cole Hauser), for some time, but haven't been able to make anything stick. Conveniently, Mr. Verone is looking for some drivers to make drops for him and that is where Brian comes in. Brian takes the deal, but on one condition - this his buddy, Roman Pierce (Tyrese), gets a piece too. Before they know it, Brian and Roman are in way over their heads as they combat fellow street racers, sexy undercover cops, an insane boss who is not above torture and the fast, furious life in Miami.

    I really liked this film and would say that, in some ways, it was better than the first. For one thing, this one seemed to actually have a plot, which was nice, even though it was a really simple one. For another, the street racing was awesome. The first race that the movie opens up with is one of the best scenes of the whole movie, but all of the racing sequences are great. The cars are hot and so are the effects and you feel like you are really gaining speed while you are watching the film. The special features on the DVD are a little skimpy, but there is a sequence that is worth watching about how Brian made it from California to Florida. Well worth your time to check out!...more info

  • 2 Fast 2 Furious
    When reviewing a movie like John Singleton's "2 Fast 2 Furious", the sequel to 2001's "The Fast and the Furious", the level of absurdity and ridiculousness is irrelevant. If I were to launch a scathing attack on the picture citing its thin story, one-dimensional characters, and lack of dialogue as the reason for my distaste towards it, I would be the dumb one. This is a film that delivers exactly what it promises and I have to admire it for that reason.

    Vin Diesel, who shot to fame after starring in the original, chose not to return to the franchise, but Paul Walker is back as Brian O'Connor, the former Los Angeles undercover cop who let Diesel go free at the end of the first installment. Now in Miami, a dishonored Brian becomes once again embroiled in the world of illegal street racing that is as usual populated with car loads of hot babes, bad guys, and masses of extras on the sidelines. Despite his poor record, O'Conner is confronted by the police who promise to clear his name if he goes undercover as the driver of an evil drug lord named Carter Verone (Cole Hauser) whose main function in the story is to convincingly set up a series of outlandish set pieces and provide the good characters with offers they can't refuse.

    While Diesel's character is missed, the screenwriters have supplied Walker with another fiery foil in Roman Pearce, played with great vigor by Tyrese Gibson. Also along for the ride is Monica Fuentes, a sexy customs agent played by Eva Mendes who has been posing as Verone's girlfriend for the past nine months.

    But enough about the characters, it's the action that is the main focus. Director John Singleton, who is best known for his 1991 drama "Boys N the Hood", is surprisingly well suited for the genre. His need and love of speed is clear throughout the movie and each action sequence seems to build off the previous one. Instead of focusing on character development and the grit and harshness of the surrounding Miami landscape, he is more concerned with the thrill of the chase, the roars of the engines, and the flashes of painted chrome. The end result is both fast and furious.
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  • never recieved item
    the item was paid for at the same time as a few other items. I have received them all except for this movie. ...more info
  • If I could only find the words...
    This movie has set a new degree of boredom for me. Why is it that this year seems to have had a bunch of really bad films. All I can say is that I didn't like this movie at all....more info
    I love this movie. It will have you out of your seat every minute. I like japanese cars and street racing, so this movie is perfect for me. And this movie has my 3 favorite cars, the Nissan Skyline, Toyota Supra, and Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution. There are also Honda S2000, Mitsubishi Eclipse, Mazda RX-7, and a lot of other good cars. This movie has better acting than the first one. Tyrese actually makes the movie a little funny. ...more info
  • A horrid movie
    I don't really even need to write anything about this movie because the word "Horrible" describes it. I mean, you haven't seen bad movies until you've seen this. None of the lame jokes are funny, you know what's going to happen before watching it, the chases are stupid because you already know who's going to win and the movie is SO HORRID THAT THEY HAVE TO SHOW YOU AWESOME CARS. Think about it, after you see the cars, you'll be like, oh, those cars are awesome and therefore you forget about the movie. The plot is so awfu and predictable and the acting is awful. It's cheesy and is probably one of the worse movies ever. Enough said. I wouldn't even get payed to own this or see it again and if I ever see a copy again, I'll probably set it on fire. ...more info
  • awful can believe its by John Singlelton
    This movie was really bad.. The worst part was when the main character attempeted to use some urban slang. I damn near broke my remote trying to turn it so fast....more info
  • ????????
    This movie was great, of the cars that were featured in it and it was really great how they raced and how they showed everthing in it. The scenes were good too because they had lots of special effects that seemed real....more info
  • Horrible
    I was absolutely SHOCKED when I saw that a director with the ability of John Singleton (Boyz N the Hood, Poetic Justice, Higher Learning) had crafted this mess.

    There is just no plot, no script, sub-par effects, and atrocious acting. When are people going to learn that Paul Walker's hair can't carry a movie. If I heard him say "'bro" one more time I was going to throw my TV out a window.

    If you have the option, just lay out the money to go to a car show. You'll get to wander around as long as you want looking at all the tricked-out super-cars without all that annoying "movie" thing to get in the way....more info

  • Not as good as the first
    Could be better, some one told Paul Walker he could act and they keep paying him for it. Way to go Paul....more info
  • Awesome Movie
    I Really liked this movie. So yeah you can tell the jumps and crap is fake but hey it's GOOD!...more info
  • Better than the first.
    I can't understand how people can say this sequal is not as good or not better than the first.
    Do you miss Vin? He's kinda irrelevant to this story. The action is there. great driving and stunts. Paul Walker is just a fun guy to watch. I recommend it. I own it and watch it all the time....more info
  • A so-so sequel
    Sequel to 2001's The Fast and the Furious but this time it's a buddy movie, with Paul Walker's now former cop turned illegal road racer going undercover on behalf of the FBI with his ex-con friend Tyrese to bring down a notorious Miami drug dealer in exchange for both himself and Tyrese getting their names cleared. As usual there are lots of fast cars, a lot of fast driving and silly stunts but nonetheless this is a fairly dull film. Vin Diesel is noticeably absent from this sequel, which might explain why. A so-so sequel. ...more info
  • Once again, 8 out of 10!
    This was a cool and action packed film. I loved the car racing and intense fight scenes, as well as the hot babes and strong men. It also had some funny parts, and I liked the final fight with the big boat and car and gun thing. It had plenty of swears, and of course lots of cool and colorful cars. Guns, too. I liked this movie a lot not just because of that, but also because it showed the importance of teamwork and friendship. Anyone who likes racing, fighting, or both should see this movie. It's well worth the money you'll spend....more info
  • Tight
    Crazyness! But still that spyder in real life could not out run those cars and hang with the EVO! Come on, a little fake but nice film , I liked it alot . Not as much as the first but it was nice. Check it out ....more info
  • Moronic but awesome
    This movie has a strange appeal.
    It not only brings out your atavistic side but it also shows a simple and very often touching comradery not only between the two main characters but also the entire group of the good "bad" guys.
    The plot is simple and mindless but it is a great ride, particularly on a 57" HD TV....more info
    Fans of the first film, THE FAST AND THE FURIOUS, may have felt that what it offered was nothing more than a career boost to co-star Vin Diesel. The fact is that it was a fun filled roller coaster ride that film goers flocked to. Hollywood, never one to not notice something like this, did what had to be done. They made this sequel.

    Now sequels are never looked upon very well by most critics. It is the rare occasion when they find any praise whatsoever. And as they go, this movie isn't quite as good as the original. But it still retains the fun and entertainment level of the first, sacrificing only a fraction of the serious undertones seen there.

    Having aided a felon escape at the end of the first film, officer Brain O'Connor (Paul Walker) is now on the run. Taking his tricked out car and heading down the road, he makes his way across the USA towards Miami. Using his driving ability, he picks up cash along the way as well as when he hits the south Florida streets. A bust after an illegal street race (using state of the art technology that shuts down a cars electric system), Brian is offered a chance to avoid jail time AND have his record wiped clean.

    All he has to do is go undercover again and find out how drug runner Carter Verone (Cole Hauser) is laundering the money he makes. With an agent already in deep cover, they assign a newbie to Brian. Demonstrating how inept he is, Brian insists on recruiting his own backup.

    Change of location to Barstow where an old friend of Brian's is racing. Roman Pearce (Tyrese) holds a grudge against Brian for not helping him after Brian became a police man. But being offered the chance to have his record cleared and removed from house arrest, he jumps at the opportunity.

    The pair has a chance to prove themselves right away as Verone sets up a contest for drivers to return with a package. The high speed race is on and of course, the dynamic duo wins. Now working for Verone, they are given a job to transport a package (the money) for him. Problems involving Verone's trust of his close personal assistant who also happens to be the deep undercover agent (Eva Mendes) results in a set up for Brian and Roman. Combine that with a stereotypical overzealous FBI agent (James Remar) and you have a predictable yet fun movie.

    The charm of this movie is not the in depth look at social problems facing today's youth gone wild that results in their fascination in hot looking cars and illegal street races. Leave that for another film, perhaps a documentary. No, the charm of this film lies in two things. The actors and the cars.

    Walker and Tyrese fit well together, making their friendship believable. The ease with which they slide into their characters is fast and fun and filled with plenty of humor as well. The sign of a good actor is one who makes it appear as if he is not acting. And both of them do that well here.

    The cars? What can I say? These are some of the most ticked out vehicles on the planet. Filled with everything from televisions to computer assists to neon and chrome, each one is almost a character in itself. They look wicked and hot and lethal all at once.

    A few side stories involving friends and more street races fill out the basic plot of the movie. But everything continues to focus on the cars and the leads. And in the end that's all that matters. This is not a heavy duty drama. This is a popcorn flick, pure and simple. And as far as that goes, it fills bucket after bucket.
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