The Fate of the Furious Review
Just when you thought the Fast & Furious series couldn’t get any better, it does! This statement is proven true in the series’ spectacular 8th film, The Fate of the Furious, now playing in theaters.
It’s a heart-pounding car chase movie. When Dominic Toretto (Vin Diesel) is approached by a mysterious, dreadlocked blonde known as Cipher (Charlize Theron) with some mysterious information, Toretto quickly betrays his family and follows Cipher as she plans to wreak havoc across the world. The mysterious piece of information is a delightful link into the series’ past.
With Toretto’s betrayal, the plot switches to Luke Hobbs (Dwayne Johnson) as the team’s new leader and teams up with Kurt Russel’s Mr. Nobody to take down Cipher and discover the reason behind Dom’s betrayal.
Jason Statham returns Deckard Shaw, the last film’s villain, and is joined by Scott Eastwood, a by-the-books agent who doesn’t quite get along with the team. Statham is at his best as he mocks his own tough guy persona, and his reluctance to working with the team makes for some great scenes, especially his banter with Johnson. Eastwood gives the franchise a fresh, and quite honestly, uncool dude who the team, and the audience, can have fun mocking.
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