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Following the critical success of the previous entry, this is decent follow up. A nice twist at the end plus some conventional stunts are enough to maintain interests. However, much worse is the impossibility of what the series wants to make possible. Some of the cheesy stunts were a bit clunky
Not having seen any of the previous 5 movies, I have no investment in any of the characters. I haven't been so bored since Ice Age 3 (the preposterous one about the dinosaurs). Gave up after 100 minutes and went to bed.
Though the middle of the movie is a little slow, the rest of the movie makes it worth it with over-the-top but entertaining action scenes involving car chases and fist fights and stays solid on the franchise's new direction.
A pretty straight forward formula at this point. Lots of action. That action is centered around fast cars, macho men, and beautiful women. What helps this movie work just like the franchise is the addition of good actors and actresses drawing the viewers to their magnetic characters held together by loyalty to family. It's also refreshing to see a movie with such diversity that actually includes traditional prayer as a part of that diversity. It's almost incongruous in today's highly fractured environment. High quality and fun action movie is worth watching for some good entertainment.