Monday, 10 September 2012

The Fast and the Furious Review

The Fast and the Furious 

Release Date: 20th September 2001 - Australia

Production Companies
Universal Pictures (presents)
Original Film
Mediastream Film GmbH & Co.
Productions KG

Universal Pictures Australia

Genre: Action

Rating: M

Runtime: 102 minutes

Budget: $38,000,000

Box Office Gross: $207,283,925

Plot Summary
An undercover cop infiltrates
an underworld subculture of
Los Angeles street racers
looking to bust a hijacking
ring, and soon begins to
question his loyalties when
his new street racing friends
become the prime suspects.

Vin Diesel - Dominic Toretto
Paul Walker - Brian O'Conner
Michelle Rodriguez - Leticia
"Letty" Ortiz
Jordana Brewster - Mia Toretto
Rick Yune - Johnny Tran
Chad Lindberg - Jesse
Johnny Strong - Leon
Matt Schulze - Vince

Director - Rob Cohen
Based on Magazine Article
"Racer X" - Ken Li
Screen Story/Screenplay -
Gary Scott Thompson
Screenplay - Erik Berqoust &
David Ayer
Producer - Neal H. Moritz
Production Designer -
Waldemar Kalinowski
Costume Designer - Sanja
Milkovic Hays
Director of Photography -
Ericson Core
Stunt Coordinator - Mic Rodgers
Visual Effects Supervisor -
Mike Wassel
Film Editor - Peter Honess
Music Supervisors - Gary Jones
& Happy Walters
Music - BT

A really excellent start of the action movie series, THE FAST AND THE FURIOUS manages to give a gritty and slick look that its director Rob Cohen pulled off with the hybrid of interesting camera angles and style, but I think that FAST & FURIOUS 5 (click here) is the best and the fastest of all films. This film delivers a bonanza of mean cars, cool music, stunt driving and let's not forget the A-list cast of Paul Walker, Vinny Diesel and Michelle Rodriguez.

Need I say more? Well, it has all the qualities needed to take care of your speed-racing action movie crave. For those who enjoy this film, you will be happy to know that a sixth instalment is currently in the works.

Star rating: (5/5) Best Movie Ever


  1. Believe or not, I have not actually seen any of the Fast and the Furious movies. Only the first 10 minutes of the first one a very long time ago, but I think I will check it out.


  2. This is a cheesy-as-hell flick but it's also a lot of fun and there's nothing wrong with some good, macho fun. Good review.