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    • The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift
    • Runtime:104 min
    • Release Date:2017-01-20 11:10:52
    • Director: Justin Lin
    • Genres: Action, Crime, Drama, Thriller
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MOVIE REVIEW:The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift


i can't quite fathom why this movie has been given such a low rating..i
mean u could give it a ten just for the soundtracks in the movie..you
can except every movie to have excellent storyline…this movie is all
for its excellent style..gotta watch it fellas…the first soundtrack
'six days' sets off the movie..the girl,neela to be watched out
for…she is totally hot…then comes this cool guy han,who betrays his
boss and helps the hero..finally,at the end vin diesel makes a terrific
guest appearance..when people wanna watch a movie,they have gotta trust
the ratings..so,i request the ratings to be justifying…i mean this
movie deserved at least a nine


*** This review may contain spoilers ***

The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift starts as teen troublemaker Sean
Boswell (Lucas Black) gets into an illegal street race with a high
school bully named Clay (Zachery Ty Bryan) who both end up crashing
their cars. To avoid a jail sentence Sean is shipped out to Tokyo to
live his father (Brian Goodman), during his first day at a Japanese
school he befriends Twinkie (Bow Wow) & falls in love with Neela
(Nathalie Kelley) who is the girlfriend of school bully D.K. (Brian
Tee) whose uncle is a powerful Yakuza boss. As the two clash because of
their cultures, backgrounds & Neela the only way the grudge can be
settled & scores avenged is by a good old illegal street race where the
winner takes all & the loser leaves Tokyo forever…

This American German co-production was directed by Justin Lin & after
watched the previous film in the series 2 Fast 2 Furious (2003) mere
hours before I can honestly say I think I was too hard on it since The
Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift is even worse with even less going
for it. For those bothering to keep count The Fast and the Furious:
Tokyo Drift is in fact the third film in the bafflingly popular
franchise that seems to exist purely to show of irresponsible people
driving cars really fast, having lots of scantily dressed women in the
background of as many scenes as possible & use awful Rap music whenever
possible. Once again at over one hour & forty minutes long there just
isn't enough plot here to fill the time so there are endless scenes of
expensive & shiny looking cars screeching along or crowds of onlookers
cheering which is just boring. While the previous two Fast and the
Furious films mixed their vehicular based action scenes around some
sort of thriller plot The Fast and the Furious: Toky Drift mixes it's
high speed action with high school drama as Sean gets into trouble in
Japan & at school, he gets in trouble with his father, with his
classmates, with the Yakuza, with school bullies & even dates the wrong
girl too. Of course as a character Sean is paper thin & nothing that
happens to him will interest you at all, the rubbish script can't even
throw in some decent action to liven things up so we have huge chunks
of Sean & his personal problems taking up the majority of the films
running time before the end when he manages to solve all of his
problems in one go by winning an illegal street race, as you do.

It seems everyone in Japan actually speaks English so Sean doesn't have
much of a problem adapting. The whole gimmick here is that Tokyo is a
pretty cramped city so all this drifting comes into play while racing,
I already knew what drifting was since I have Need for Speed on my
mobile phone(!) so I was right there in the moment straight away. I
just knew what was going down right away, if you know what I mean. The
action scenes aren't that great, again it just seemed like expensive
looking cars screeching along the road more than anything else & the
metaphor at the end with the American muscle car beating the slinky &
stylish Japanese one has slight racist overtones. This may sound a bit
sexist but the only real reason I have given The Fast and the Furious:
Tokyo Drift a half decent rating is because the Japanese girls on show
in the background of many scenes dancing look hot, there are some
seriously good looking birds on show here & I found it more enjoyable
to look at the really hot Japanese girls than watch the film in
general. Hey, I'm easily pleased, so sue me.

Like the previous films the Rap music is awful & there's these odd
bouncy pop songs that sound like they are sung by Japanese girls on
helium, is this what Americans think the Japanese listen too? Although
set mainly in Tokyo in Japan most of the film was shot in California.
The acting is bad, Lucas Black as the anti authoritarian boy racer has
no personality at all & is as wooden as they come, hell even Paul
Walker wasn't as bad as this in 2 Fast 2 Furious. Bow Wow (does he sign
cheques like that?) proves that Rappers should never act because they

The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift is even worse than 2 Fast 2
Furious which even surprised me, apart from a couple of half decent
action scenes & lots of really hot looking Japanese girls this has
nothing going for it. Followed by Fast & Furious (2009) which I presume
explains Vin Diesel's cameo at the end.

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