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The Fast and the Furious was unexpectedly successful, and, these days, whenever a movie speeds into the realm of being profitable, a sequel must follow, as surely as thunder follows lightning (and sometimes almost as quickly).The question I have is how and why anyone would approve this particular sequel.Because every time I go to them and say, ‘Listen I know that was successful but I want to try something different,’ they say, ‘Go ahead.’ That’s by design and I think as we moved along, we talked a lot about if we got to do another one, have the characters come back together because at the core it’s about family.The Letty coming back in 6, people said, ‘Well when did you figure that out?One might have suspected that 2 Fast 2 Furious would be tepid and vapid, but not rancid.Anticipating quality from a summer blockbuster may be asking for too much, but is it driving too hard a bargain to hope for entertainment? This movie only takes a few minutes to crash and burn, but more than an hour and a half to realize it.
I had heard all the rumors and that it was a bad break and that was going to be impossible for him to do it but when I sat down with him and talked with him and showed me the footage I think he sparked to that.
Lin told us how he has been mapping out the franchise since the beginning, what thoughts he has for James Wan (who will direct the next installment) and how Robert Altman was a big inspiration on this movie (yes really). And a lot of the stuff that you’ll see in “Fast Six,” I remember talking to Vin and the studio about it back in ’05.
Did you ever think, in your wildest dreams, that you were going to shepherd the franchise on after directing part 3? So for it to come to life it is the dream come true.
There's good news and bad news about 2 Fast 2 Furious, the moronic follow-up to The Fast and the Furious and a contender for the worst movie of 2003.
The good news is that it's better, albeit marginally, than Freddy Got Fingered. I understand the reasons underlying the existence of this pathetic excuse for a motion picture.