Fast and Furious has taken a wild turn into the realm of absolute silliness in Fast X, and guess what? I think I like it.
This movie fully embraces its over-the-top nature and ends up serving up an entertaining rollercoaster ride that’ll leave you grinning and questioning your sanity. The action? Undeniably nuts and is straining the limits of reality. Characters survive death-defying battles one moment and emerge unscathed the next. Outrageous and I’m here for it!
Acting isn’t the draw for a Fast and Furious movie. I know this, this isn’t the place to start critiquing performances. No worries, we’re here for stunts, not the Oscars. Dom’s ripped biceps deserves a shout-out. Seriously, the dude never skips arm day. Vin Diesel is more like Superman than Batman in this entry. Did Dom really lift a car? Why, yes. Yes, he did!
Now, let’s talk Jason Momoa, with all his Joker-like delight. His performance injects infectious enthusiasm and a cool terrifying vibe into the film. Can he be Lobo in the future PLEASE? Sign me up! And Jason Statham‘s slick cameo? Setting up potential sequels? Genius move! Hobbs and Shaw sequel, anyone? Get ready for more kick-ass action.
Sure, the Fast X is a tad long, testing even the most dedicated fans. But don’t worry! Fast X has an energetic soundtrack that keeps the adrenaline pumping and distracts you from any shortcomings.
Fast X rekindles my love for street racing with its exciting, nostalgia-inducing scenes. High-speed competitions are a blast! Can we get a standalone street racing movie, please? And, I couldn’t help but wonder, “Where’s Brian?” His absence leaves a void. Bring him back, and emotions will run high in future Fast and Furious flicks.
In the end, this unexpected love affair with the film took me by surprise. Fast and Furious embraces silliness with open arms, delivering an insanely entertaining joyride. So buckle up and take this detour into absurdity—it’s a journey worth experiencing for die-hard fans.