F9 Reviews

  • F9
    • Genre : Action,Adventure
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    • Studio : Universal Pictures
    • Official Site : http://www.thefastsaga.com/about
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Movie Reviews

  • this is, by FAR, the biggest, wildest, gravity-defying-iest “Fast and Furious” installment yet, with one scene toward the end guaranteed to make your jaw drop at the gloriously brain-dead chutzpah of it all
    Review rate : C+ by David Ehrlich [IndieWire ]
  • slathered in nostalgia for past moments in the franchise yet still introducing entirely new backstories, this humdrum antepenultimate adventure leaves one convinced those steering the series don't have a firm grasp on where it's heading
    Review rate : C- by Jordan Raup [The Film Stage ]
  • Roman and Tej, are a funny duo, and that's fine, but as the two head into space all to accomplish a mission that doesn't strike us as either plausible or necessary, the scene inspires the wrong kind of funny... because the movie suddenly seems ridiculous
    by Owen Gleiberman [Variety ]
  • Justin Lin's "Fast & Furious 9" feels like a rejuvenation; "F9" isn't the perfect summer movie, but it's close enough: a reminder of the highs, lows and longueurs that mark the escapism we need
    3 of 5 by Joshua Rothkopf [Empire Magazine ]
  • it's hard to see how this franchise could top itself, and based on the often dull, always bloated results here, it seems foolish to try; Suffice it to say that the car jumping from skyscraper to skyscraper to skyscraper in "Furious 7" was a lot more fun
    by John DeFore [The Hollywood Reporter ]
  • gloriously ludicrous and stridently melodramatic, F9 is fuelled by its own goofy energy, delivering comically grandiose chase sequences and shameless fan service all in the name of giving audiences an uncomplicated good time
    by Tim Grierson [Screen Daily International ]
  • for audiences who want their 2021 return to the multiplex to deliver big, loud, exciting action, "F9" makes the cars go fast, jump high, and generally do the impossible. It's exhilaratingly ridiculous, yes, but it's also ridiculously exhilarating
    by Alonso Duralde [The Wrap ]
  • "F9" returns to the heights of Justin Lin's best "Fast & Furious" franchise films, combining big heart and bigger action while deepening its themes of family
    3.5 of 5 by Molly Freeman [ScreenRant ]

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