The third installment of The Fast and The Furious series looks so bad that not even Paul Walker would "act" in it. Ouch. We were down with the first FF because Vin Diesel lives life a quarter mile at a time and so do we. The second episode, however, lost Mr. Diesel to the set of The Pacifier and was sullied by blatant Mitsubishi product placement. This newest chapter looks like nothing more than Hollywood’s attempt to cast the shallow light of tinsel town on a fad that peaked two years ago just to make a few bucks.
To its credit, the producers did manage to sign on both Rhys Millen and Samuel Hubinette, Formula D’s top two drifters, as the movie’s stunt drivers.

Still, we'd rather wait in line to see Cars.

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