SMR 445: Fast X 05/18/2023 / rodimusprime / 2 Comments Rod and Karen review the latest entry in the “Fast and Furious” franchise, “Fast X.” We also discuss movie trailers and your comments for Guardians of the Galaxy 3. Spoiled Reviews: (Protected Content) Premium Content, Spoiled Reviews Previous post 2715: We Buy Many Guns Next post PG 368: How Many Of Them Are There? 2 Comments Selester63 05/19/2023 at 10:53 AM Hey Rod & Karen, Iâ€™m totally down with the complete ridiculousness of these Fast movies. I enjoyed Jason Mamoa cooning his ass off and I wouldnâ€™t be surprised if John Cenaâ€™s character is not dead. Now that theyâ€™ve brought back Gal Gadot they might as well bring back some of the people from the early Fast movies, cause why not lol. When the movie becomes available on streaming Iâ€™m going to watch it again and play a drinking game where I take a shot every time someone says â€œFAMILYâ€….LOL. Thanks for reviews, peace. Dre Log in to Reply SANDLERAGONY 05/19/2023 at 8:32 AM Well, guess I’ll be reevaluating F9, cuz, yeah, the cracks have been evident since Furious 7 so sentimentally. If Momoa wasn’t chewing up the screen with such hammyness, I don’t think I’d been as receptive to this. If this film had a less impressive bad guy, it’s probably in my bottom-tier but considering how sloppily edited it was, heavily green-screened, among other things, this one felt like work, compared to the peaks and valleys of Fast Five, Fast 6 & Furious 7. Some actors shouldn’t even be in this, either, as the script just shoehorns anyone who likes these films. I will give GOTGV3 & The Suicide Squad’s Danielle Melchior a shout-out. She was one of the few new actors who worked here. I love Brie Larson but she & Alan Ritchson really weren’t needed here. Statham, likewise. They’re fine, but this movie is just overstuffed with lots of needlessness. I’ll be there for Part 11 & 12. It’s just clear that the glory days of this series brand of family and ridiculousness peaked a decade ago Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.