Published: Sun, April 16, 2017
Sports | By Nelson Rowe

Vin Diesel Needs To Get Over His Kiss With Charlize Theron

Vin Diesel Needs To Get Over His Kiss With Charlize Theron

"The Fast and the Furious" franchise has seen its share of drama outside of the films, but rumored infighting between the series' biggest stars, Vin Diesel and Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, is uncharted territory for the long-running series. A massively destructive weapons heist in Berlin later (this movie globe-trots more than The Amazing Race), and "The Team" realizes it's going to war against its leader.

We're not talking about Vin Diesel, we're talking about the real reason 8 of these movies exist - the cars - or in this case, a tank. Dom (Vin Diesel) and Letty (Michelle Rodriguez) are on their honeymoon. The eighth film at least balances its compelling plot and satisfying action effectively; along with impressive character interactions - particularly the chemistry between Dwayne Johnson and Jason Statham - and some snappy dialogue.

This movie also has a bunch of plot twist that you can see from a mile away. The whole "family" feeling is the main draw of the film and explains why people have become so attached.

That would represent one of the top Easter openings of all time, as well as the second-best start for the franchise.

He also said the conflict is not an unusual thing on movie sets in general. It is only resuscitated when we have Hobbs and Deckard (Statham) interacting. This has to be one of the cutest babies around and he is a bright little actor already. Some of the fireworks are big and they deliver, some are duds and don't even work, some are the classics like sparklers and flowers, and some you don't know what to expect. If he doesn't melt your heart over and over then you are one cold hearted person. Then Dom encounters cyber terrorist Cipher (Charlize Theron), who forces him to betray his friends and join her cause. "I'm the insane chick that's doing this awful thing to him and, as he should've, his character is just standing there frozen, like a dead fish", she said. She is scary mean.

Unfortunately, he added absolutely nothing to the movie and while he might have been in some of the auto scenes, he was rarely ever seen inside the vehicle. They definitely upped the RPMs when it comes to trying to add comedy in this installment. Hellen Mirren and Luke "Gaston" Evans are in the film but not almost long enough.

The movie is rated R for profanity and violence. This franchise jumped the shark about three or so movies ago, but continuing to crank out movies somehow makes each subsequent episode endearing.

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