Since Dom (Diesel) and Brian's (Walker) Rio heist toppled a kingpin's empire and left their crew with $100 million, our heroes have scattered across the globe. But their inability to return home and living forever on the lam have left their lives incomplete. Meanwhile, Hobbs (Johnson) has been tracking an organization of lethally skilled mercenary drivers across 12 countries, whose mastermind (Evans) is aided by a ruthless second-in-command revealed to be the love Dom thought was dead, Letty (Rodriguez). The only way to stop the criminal outfit is to outmatch them at street level, so Hobbs asks Dom to assemble his elite team in London. Payment? Full pardons for all of them so they can return home and make their families whole again. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Caleb K (ru) wrote: A truly amazing look into what the war does upon the youth of the United States. In contrast to Restrepo, 'Where Soldiers Come From' shows a more common scenario for our troops over in Afghanistan. The film gives us a detailed look into the before & after psyche of these troops. Showing us that soldiers don't need bullets flying past their heads to become victims to the mental anguish of PTS. A brilliantly shot, and directed film by a devout documentarian.
Will V (nl) wrote: A silly b-movie.. that is just pretty much full of eye candy.. not that there is anything wrong with that. But when you see Denise Richards, staring in this, you wonder where her career has gone. Has its funny moments, but nothing spectacular, except the awesome over-acting of Scott Caan.
Chandra P (br) wrote: it is a remake of chandramukhi
Tyler H (de) wrote: This was a really really good movie...Not as good as American History X but deffintly a movie i would recommend to watch....
Julio S (es) wrote: Better than the first two...this one had great action.
Nilufer R (nl) wrote: Slow but it was ok. Was like one man show of Billy Bob Thornton, it would be so much better if he had a haircut though.
Matt M (jp) wrote: The typical story of the friendless child that grows up to be a strange and freaky girl with a strange attraction to blood turns into a bizarre and darkly humorous film by first time feature director Lucky McKee who slows down the pace and doesn't let the commercial aspects of the horror genre take over the bizarre and meticulous character study. Nevertheless, this film is a little too precious and stylistically blends in with many of the same kind from its time.
Robin v (mx) wrote: saw it in Dutch, about 10 years ago. sweet story, pretty Disney/predictable...
Bill K (au) wrote: The scene where he puked into the fish tank was nasty.
Cameron F (gb) wrote: Comedy about abortion if that's even possible.
Rebecca S (us) wrote: My favorite out of all the Land before time squeal. A great kids movie just to sit back and relax to.
Ayman H (es) wrote: Worth every second of the 7 hours.
gad f (ca) wrote: i love this movie, it just satisfies my curiosity as regards m2m relationship discreetly....this i guess is an eye opening to everyone....this is happening in real life.....very sentimental especially the background music......it really sent me shivers through my spine.....am i looking through a mirror...seems to be hounding in my mind....
Timothy C (es) wrote: Honest drama about the breakup of a 15 year marriage that is brought to the screen with brute intensity by acting giants Finney and Keaton. Director Alan Parker arrives at some striking revelations about what keeps people together and what drives them apart. There are moments that are exceptionally moving and the supporting cast should also be commended for their work.
Sameed S (es) wrote: It was a pretty average movieNothing really special here
Steve R (us) wrote: The last filmed monologue of the late, great Spalding Gray. Aesthetically radical and different from 'Swimming to Cambodia' and 'Monster in a Box', director Steven Soderbergh has eliminated the audience and added an emphasis on sets, allowing Spalding to 'chapterise' his monologue much more clearly. There are also little interview segments. While 'Swimming...' had an underlying political context and 'Monster...' investigated Hollywood, '...Anatomy' explores the world of medicine in various forms. While 'Monster...' is still my favourite, this one is still fantastic and re-instates why I am such a fan of this amazing master of monologue. Spalding Gray, I salute you!
Joe W (jp) wrote: One of my favorite films I have ever seen ever!! Catching fire hidden Dragon is one of the true masterpiece by Ang Lee. Every scene is perfectly executed to get to the story. Scenery visuals beautiful, and the traditional language that is put into the film, outstandingly amazing. Having English does is hopefuls, but without it. Just like it if silent film. You really don't need the words to explain the story. This is truly a magnificent some the sea year and I recommend for any film lovers to love film I recommend this film A lot. Grade A perfect 10