Mitch Connor wrote: »
It looks bonkers and I am sad there is basically no chance I will get to see this in the cinema when it comes out.
recyclops wrote: »
so i havent watched a fast movie in a long long time now this looks fun, where should i start on this new Saga, back to the very start or what?
Hurrache wrote: »
The best out of the whole F&F world was the Hobbs and Shaw one.
punisher5112 wrote: »
Honestly didn't think anyone would watch this running sh1t show.....
Maybe 1 and 2 and how anyone could watch that Tokyo drift oh by God it was terrible.
TheBalcony wrote: »
I really wonder how many of these they got left in them. Surely no more than 10?
CastorTroy wrote: »
There are plans for a 10 and 11, though think they're going the 2 parter route.
So kinda like Avengers Infinity War and Endgame, except with cars and less realistic.
This reminds me, the new season of Spy Racers came out
John Cena apologized in Chinese on Sina Weibo after calling Taiwan a country during an interview promoting Fast & Furious 9
speedboatchase wrote: »
Poor oul Taiwan. Can't even appear on the back of Maverick's jacket for the new Top Gun movie either.
I'm sure the apology will go down well. As we all know, the Chinese Communist Party are first to put their hands up too if they ever mess up too.
OU812 wrote: »
But... they go to ****ing space. Low orbit, but Jesus, I cant suspend belief that much.
santana75 wrote: »
Saw it last night myself. Its ridiculous but I enjoyed it. If someone is looking to punch holes in it there's plenty here to latch on to but it's best to just sit back and enjoy the ride. As for the space thing.......I couldn't help but think about Fonzie jumping the shark. This could be that moment for the F&F franchise.
JP Liz V1 wrote: »
I think Gal Gadot has gone too big for a franchise return but I could be wrong