“Des Fast X roulant avec les fumées à l’indice d’octane le plus élevé que vous ayez jamais inhalées”


The Fast & Furious movies started as high-stakes action thrillers, but the franchise has transitioned into telling bombastic family-focused parables. Fast X, the 11th film in the series, attempts to tap into as many themes as possible, but it falls short. Although you don’t need to have seen previous films to watch Fast X, it helps to be familiar with Fast Five.

The storyline features Dominic Toretto and his chosen family of street racers, who turned to professional criminals, getting targeted by cartoonishly unhinged drug lord Hernan Reyes’ son. While the idea of a fast-paced family trying to slow down and breathe intrigues, Fast X spares no time to bring back virtually every character from the past films, making the story feel convoluted.

Fast X intends to illustrate how effective Dominic has been at working through his issues and growing his family in the process, but with so many characters to call back to, the new characters feel more like souped-up cameos meant to remind you of the past.

Fast X’s vehicular stunts are inspired, but the movie is in too much of a hurry to be a full-bodied joyride. The film ends on a cliffhanger-ish note, which undoubtedly hints at a future epic payoff in the near future.

The film stars Vin Diesel, Jason Momoa, Michelle Rodriguez, Tyrese Gibson, Ludacris, Nathalie Emmanuel, Sung Kang, Brie Larson, Alan Ritchson, Daniela Melchior, Rita Moreno, Jason Statham, Luis Da Silva Jr., and Pete Davidson.

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