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There is little more than a month left before tenth Fast & Furious movie ? eleventh if we count the spin-off ? hits theaters all over the world with a new helping of Dominic Toretto (Vin Diesel) and his family.
If we started watching Fast & Furious movies today, it might be an easy task to forget that Fast & Furious began as a film about the illegal street racing scene in LA, combined with a criminal plot led by the Toretto "family."
The clandestine races were a key element in the first four Fast & Furious movies, however they were relegated to the background until they almost disappeared in the fifth installment, and since then they have been only mere winks.
That may be going to change in Fast & Furious 10, which aims to create back the street racing that fueled the franchise in its start.
In an interview with Total Film (via CBR), the director of Fast X, Louis Leterrier, has stressed that the end of the saga will recover that component of the first films that is eclipsed by the large doses of excessive action. .
While Fast & Furious was triumphing with its first installment, Louise Leterrier took benefit of the slipstream with films like Transporter and its sequel. Time wanted him and Jason Statham to meet up again in an identical saga, together with different.
"As a fan, there are several things that I wanted to bring back from the franchise, like street racing. That is the fun of it: if you are the director of a movie series you've admired for so a long time, you may make your fantasies become a reality!"
With the end of the primary saga in sight, it is a positive thing that Louis Leterrier wants to bring back an element as iconic to Fast & Furious as street racing. We'll see if Dominic Toretto is once more the king of the streets or if these races remain some type of flimsy nod to fans of the saga for a lot more than 20 years.
Or perhaps it had been simply that they were wrong. Because ' Fast X full movie : The Movie' is a paragon of filmic madness shot at an exceptionally interesting speed and with a constant beating of the characters that brilliantly recalls the beatings that Sylvester the cat or Roadrunner received (and receives), not to mention the poor villains who were facing Popeye. Furthermore, the princess (sita) of the Mushroom Kingdom looks more, much more, like Furiosa or Michelle Rodriguez than Goldilocks or Anna from 'Frozen'.
Speaking of Michelle, there exists a chase scene with absolutely transformative vehicles, a chase through the Rainbow highways, that could be assumed as a fabulous preview of the upcoming 'Fast & Furious X'. Yes Yes. For me personally 'Super Mario Bros' is, throughout that crazy gizmo race, a total 'Fast & Furious 9 3/4'. And on the soundtrack, apart from sensei Kondo's original songs and Brian Tyler's compositions, Bonnie Tyler singing 'Holding for a Hero', AC/DC and Bizet's Carmen.
They lied. Or these were wrong. This is one of the funniest & most brilliant movies. And very neighborhood. From a New York neighborhood. Very Brooklyn. With a touch of 'Little Italy'. Without forgetting King Turtle (nothing to do with the ninja mutant chelonians of the rat master, they're very New Yorkers too) who rocks and rolls deeply in love with Princess.