• Oct 4, 2007

Great news everyone! Your favorite dynamic duo since George Clooney and Chris O'Donnell are back to make some more movie magic. That's right, Paul "Super-Fast-and-Super-Fly (for a white-guy)" Walker and his good buddy Vin "So-Furious-It-Hurts" Diesel will be making their first appearance on-screen together since the first installment of the cinematic masterpiece The Fast and the Furious. We're sure you'll agree that the second film was ultimately a let down, if only for the fact that Sir "2-Fast-4-U" Walker reprised his role while Mr. "Not-Quite-So-Furious-Anymore" Diesel did not. Although we were able to catch Diesel's drift in the movie number tré, the absence of the drift-less Walker left this particular moviegoer wanting. Now that we know the two are back together at last, the only question left unanswered is this: how could the fourth film be any Faster or more Furiouser than the first three? Perhaps you'll join us at the theater and we can find out together.

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      • 7 Years Ago
      The movies may not be great, but this writeup is worse.
        • 7 Years Ago
        couldn't agree more.
        • 7 Years Ago
        couldn't agree morest
      • 7 Years Ago
      What's funny is everyone acting like they're not gonna see it, you may think the movie is stupid, but you'll still be there opening weekend when it's released :P lol
      • 7 Years Ago
      I hope the movie title will be something like "The Fast And The Furious - Riding The Autobahn"

      Greetings from Germany
      • 7 Years Ago
      Rally is next. Bet on it. Blame ESPN for this crap.
      • 7 Years Ago
      Good thing I cancelled my movie channels.
      I won't even accidentally ever have to see this moive.
        • 7 Years Ago
        haha, oops.

        *movie
      • 7 Years Ago
      I realize the author was trying to make the write-up as cheesy as the movies, but wow that was painful to read.

      I think both Paul and Vin were expecting their careers to sky rocket after the first movie. Didn't exactly happen (especially for Paul Walker), so they figured they'd just cash in and make a tired re-hash that chumps like me will probably rent someday...
      • 7 Years Ago
      The first one was original, the others were luke-warm. Fully expect the next one to suck.

      Enough Already.
        • 7 Years Ago
        Um, the first one was the least original. While entertaining, it was really just Point Break but with street racing in place of surfing.
      • 7 Years Ago
      Hmm this reminds me... I gotta make sure that the NAWSSSSS in my car is dialed down a bit so that I don't blow the welds on the intake or fry the piston rings the next time that I go and double clutch my way to a win in a drag race.
        • 7 Years Ago
        omfg!
        funniest thing ive read this week!
        beautiful.
      • 7 Years Ago
      I hope to God they call it 4 Fast 4 Furious, or at least Faster and More Furiouser.
      • 7 Years Ago
      Sure they were bad films, but they were somewhat entertaining films. The CGI ride THROUGH the Rotary in part 1 was a slick effect. The 2nd film was certainly the worst, but the 3rd Tokyo film was really pretty fun. I liked the drift training sequence in the Nissan powered Mustang. And the opening "Beater vs. Viper" sequence was fun too. I dunno, I'm sure the 4th film will be bad, but I'm sure it'll still be entertaining in a bad way. No one goes to films like this expecting top shelf material. Just some fun car sequences, and some bad one-liners.
      • 7 Years Ago
      First one wasn't that good but it wasn't that bad either. Second one was just really dumb, I mean what police department would hire those idiots to crack a drug ring or whatever it was. The only good thing about the third was the drifting scenes. The story was just as bad as the second one and the acting goes along with the story as crap. Either way, people will still watch it, if for no reason besides seeing the car and the races, and if you don't want to pay money to see it, we have the miracle that is the internet, download it. Bad movies don't have to cost you money.
      • 7 Years Ago
      All three movies were awful. The went from bad to worse to worserer. Will the fourth be worsererer? The third one did confirm one thing, though. Drifting isn't racing. Any retard can drift.

      Vin Diesel and the guy from the third movie are both awful actors. Paul Walker isn't as bad as the others.
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