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Fast And Furious 6 - Movie Review: Lost and curious

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Fast & Furious 6 evokes diverse reactions. With a wafer-thin plot and a lot of sleek action, Fast and Furious 6 is definitely a test of patience. Reason? The audience is thrown into the conflict of the story with great speed and velocity. Chances are that if you blink, you may miss the crux of the story and worst is that if you are not an "F&F" fan, then you'd definitely be lost in the rigmarole of the speeding cars and crashes, hand-to-hand combats and snappy one-liners.

Unlike the franchise's previous films, which focused on cars and their different makes, this one focusses on cars, an army tanker and a cargo plane - brought in to deliver a mega climax. It also leans heavily on family ties and bonding. In the sixth installment, the franchise's favourite car thieves, who are scattered across the globe, leading a luxurious life after their successful heist in Fast & Furious 5, join forces to take down an international criminal.

The film begins with Domnic Toretto (Vin Diesel) along with his best pal and brother-in-law Brian (Paul Walker) flaunting the speed and vigour of their cars in the scenic Canary Islands. Domnic's sister Mia (Jordana Brewster) is expecting Brian's child. Domnic assures him that nothing will make them go back to their old lifestyle. Meanwhile, there is a blast in Moscow.

Federal Agent Hobbs (Dwayne Johnson) is investigating the case. He has been tracking an organisation of lethal, ruthless and skilled mercenary drivers across "4 continents and 12 countries". He learns that the leader of the organisation, Owen Shaw (Luke Evans) is accompanied by a fearless second-in-command revealed to be none-other than Domnic's 'dead' lover, Letty (Michelle Rodriguez). Hobbs knows the only way to outmatch this rugged team is to assemble a team with just as much will and drive. Knowing Letty's a key-player, Hobbs lands up in Canary Island to recruit Domnic.

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Fast And Furious 6 - Movie Review
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