Fast X Movie free online : A mindless & excessive trippy ride that entertains

Fast X Movie free online : A mindless & excessive trippy ride that entertains

Synopsis: When a deranged vengeance seeker named Dante Reyes (Jason Momoa) comes knocking, Dominic Toretto (Vin Diesel) and his wife Letty (Michelle Rodriguez) are relieved to have given up their risky street racing-heist lifestyle for the calm and safety of their family.
Review: Police, the criminal underworld, and family. The rapid and the Furious franchise has essentially provided us with the same content for more than 20 years, over the top rapid vehicle action with little to no emotional weight. Perhaps the most devastating event for the franchise was Paul Walker's premature death in 2013. Even as newer competitors entered the race throughout time, the core squad remained the same. The series has resorted to utilizing actors as small script updates, in addition to Diesel and his team, Dwayne Johnson, John Cena, Charlize Theron, Helen Mirren, Brie Larson, Gal Gadot, Scott Eastwood, Jason Statham, and now Jason Momoa.

Jason Momoa having the most fun with his role despite the plot being fairly disorganized, ridiculous, and overstuffed. He imbues his comically crazy antagonist with the irrationality and rage of a fired employee. He simply desires to observe the world burn. The most entertaining and humorous parts of his remarks and character nick names (John Cena is uncle muscle) are. Even though he is vengeful and cruel, he doesn't come across as threatening as his Joker-like alter persona may suggest.
The story doesn't really matter, but if you must know, it all starts when Toretto's witty companions are dispatched on a phony mission to Rome. A significant bomb explosion is blamed on the team, turning the agency against them. The most ambitious chase sequence in the movie happens at this point.  Drug kingpin Dante is the mastermind, and he is hellbent on making Toretto suffer by depriving him of his family.

In the tenth installment, the words "family" and "agency" appear every two lines. Is it (really) true that "the days where a man behind the wheel of a car could make a difference are over?" It turns out that there is still a sequel in store for us. An orgie of explosions and vehicle chases, directed by Louis Leterrier, is offered, requiring little emotional involvement. Fast X fulfills its promise if you don't mind a continuous stream of ridiculous action scenes laden with VFX that prevent any moments of peace. Fun Pete Davidson cameo. You won't even budge an inch. The movie provides plenty of mindless popcorn enjoyment in every scene.
The novelty aspect is nonexistent, and viewing one movie in the series is equivalent to watching them all. Although some other popular franchises have followed a similar path, the F&F series is almost over, therefore you want them to follow that VRS. In fact, how did they permit this to continue for so long?

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