Fast Five

7.3 IMDb
15 April 2011 Release
$ 125 000 000 Budget
Duration
Genres:Action, Crime, Thriller
Year:2011
Country:USA
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5 Votes
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Former cop Brian O'Conner partners with ex-con Dom Toretto on the opposite side of the law. Since Brian and Mia Toretto broke Dom out of custody, they've blown across many borders to elude authorities. Now backed into a corner in Rio de Janeiro, they must pull one last job in order to gain their freedom. As they assemble their elite team of top racers, the unlikely allies know their only shot of getting out for good means confronting the corrupt businessman who wants them dead. But he's not the only one on their tail. Hard-nosed federal agent Luke Hobbs never misses his target. When he is assigned to track down Dom and Brian, he and his strike team launch an all-out assault to capture them. But as his men tear through Brazil, Hobbs learns he can't separate the good guys from the bad. Now, he must rely on his instincts to corner his prey... before someone else runs them down first.

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Movie Comments

  1. jacobjohntaylor1, 2 months ago
    I did not like the first movie of The fast and the furious. I like 2 fast 2 furious. And I like The fast and the furious Tokyo drift. And I like Fast and furious new model original parts. But this is better. This movie has a great story line. It also has great acting. It also has a lot of action. 7.3 is a good ratting. But this is such a great movie that 7.3 is underrating it. I give it 9. It is a great movie. Furious 7 is a better. But still this a great movie. If you like action movies then you will like this movie. This is a movie that you should see. I is a very cool movie. If you do not like this movie that's OK with movie. But if you do not then I do not think you do not like action movies.
  2. ryanskywalker-87402, 2 months ago
    The fifth installment in The Fast and the Furious franchise, Fast Five is an intensely gripping, thoroughly engaging & relentlessly entertaining sequel that not just brings several upgrades in all departments of filmmaking but by replacing the street racing formula with elements of a heist thriller, it ends up resurrecting this derailed franchise in style and heralds the series' heading into a new direction.

    Set in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, the story of Fast Five follows Dominic Toretto, Brian O'Conner & Mia as they plan a massive heist to steal $100 million in cash from a ruthless drug lord & corrupt businessman and enlist the help of former allies to pull off the job which would buy them their freedom. But at the same time, they find themselves being pursued by a federal agent who's in Rio to arrest both Dom & Brian.

    Directed by Justin Lin, Fast Five presents the director in much different form as his kinetic work behind the camera keeps the story running on top-gear from start to finish, and the earlier momentum it gained with its explosive opening sequence is never lost. The screenplay at last places more emphasis on its story & characters, adds in a welcome amount of humour and even though the route it takes is new, the old-school formula isn't entirely discarded.

    The technical aspects exhibit a complete overhaul which is in sync with the transition this franchise itself undergoes through this chapter. Production design team puts up some wonderfully detailed set pieces, Cinematography makes exuberant use of its camera while the applied colour tones are more vivid than before. The events unfolds at breakneck pace, Editing is at its best during the action sequences, and the vehicular carnage it has in store is simply overwhelming.

    Coming to the performances, Fast Five brings the notable characters from all the previous chapters together under one roof and all of them deliver more confident performances. Vin Diesel & Paul Walker show greater maturity in their respective roles of Dom & Brian but it's the swashbuckling input from Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson that turns out to be the biggest surprise of them all. It's not difficult to assess that he was really enjoying his character and it reflects in his impressive performance.

    Last but not the least is Brian Tyler's score which packs in some intense, vibrant tracks that never allows the film's charged atmosphere to settle down and actually enhances the whole experience by a considerable margin. The visual effects team also brings its A- game, for the moments of action seem convincing for the most part, even if it's a tad over-the-top on few occasions. There are more thrilling moments to be found here than in all previous chapters combined and every moment featuring Johnson & Diesel together is a highlight, right away.

    On an overall scale, Fast Five is without a shadow of a doubt the finest chapter in The Fast and the Furious franchise and the first one in the series that manages to find a near-perfect balance between its elements of style & substance. High-octane, full- throttled & immensely satisfying, Fast Five is an action-packed, roller-coaster ride that packs in all the ingredients in just the right dosages to succeed as a genuine summer blockbuster material & a quality entertainer for not just the fans of the series, but newcomers as well. Absolutely worth your time & money.
  3. Ethan Jones, 2 months ago
    Directed by Justin Lin

    Starring Paul Walker, Vin Disel and Dwayne Johnson

    Plot Overview: ​Ever since ex-cop Brian O'Conner (Paul Walker) and Mia Torretto (Jordana Brewster) broke her brother Dom (Vin Diesel) out of custody, they've traveled border to border to evade authorities. In Rio de Janeiro, they must do one final job before they can gain their freedom for good. Assembling their elite team of car racers, Brian and Dom know they must confront the corrupt businessman who wants them dead, before the federal agent (Dwayne Johnson) on their trail finds them.

    Very rarely is a sequel better than its predecessor. It's nigh impossible for the third to hold up. The fourth being good is rare. The FIFTH being the BEST is unheard off and is a testament to how enjoyable this movie is. It was birth of a new franchise and set the precedent for how these movies have gone. It has the best acting in the franchise, arguably the best story and is by far the funnest movie in the franchise. The action in this movie is amazing and the finale is just awesome. I definitely recommend you watch this movie; it is awesome.

    The story was basic but served its purpose. It's a really good heist movie and is stupidly enjoyable. The ending was also amazing and, while it did follow Heist movie clichés, it followed them well and made them work.

    Paul Walker was alright as Brian O'Connor and Vin Disel, for the first time in his entire career, showed ACTUAL EMOTION in a character. I mean if this movie can do that then that warrants a watch. Jordana Brewster was good as Mia. I don't buy that O'Connor, Torretto and Mia would do what they do. Their motives were pretty weak for the movie. Dwayne Johnson was amazing as Hobbs and revitalised the entire franchise. If you ditched this franchise before this movie, Johnson made this franchise go from 0-60 in less than a second of his performance. Tyrese Gibson was OK as Roman Pierce but he still plays the same annoying character in EVERY SINGLE ONE OF HIS MOVIES!!!! Ludicrous was alright as Tej as was Sung Kang as Han. Gal Gadot was fine as Gisele. Elsa Patansky was also alright as Elena Neves. Something I will say is that while characters like Torretto and Hobbs got plenty of screen time, characters like Han and Tej were left in the dust and had little to no development. I also don't believe that Hobbs would switch sides like that. The villain was also insanely weak and was just terrible.

    The cinematography was fine and I could actually see which was much better than 4. The effects were also pretty good and blended well with the actual movie.

    This movie was an all around fun movie and was insanely enjoyable. It needed to improve on its cinematography from 4, which it succeeded but also needed to improve on its villain, which it failed.

    In conclusion, this movie was so enjoyable and is easily the best movie in the entire franchise. If you haven't seen this movie, I definitely recommend it because it is just great fun.

    8/10

    Would Recommend
  4. gcsman, 1 month ago
    Please please stop making these Fast and Furious movies. I'll have to start by explaining that I think auto racing is an obscenity. Why? Because it's a flagrant waste of fossil fuels for no reason except to watch big shiny loud things zooming around. So, a movie about cars racing around and smashing up in totally pointless ways ought to be a double obscenity.

    But I digress -- the only reason I rate this as high as 2/10 is that at least it's technically competent. It's just loud and dumb. There are some made-up bad guys and some made-up plot, but these are pretty much just a paper-thin veneer to find 'reasons' for our group of (anti)heros to race around, hide, fight, smash up lots of stuff, and generally just keep your eyes busy for 2 hours that you end up wishing you had back. Worst of all is that at the end, it's all excused with some superficial platitudes about 'family'.

    If all you want for the price of admission is to check your brains at the door and watch meaningless high-priced stunts with no logical connecting tissue, I guess this will fill the bill.