In this all new ride at Universal Studios Hollywood, join the all-star cast from the hit movies on an exhilarating high-speed chase that exceeds 120 miles per hour and catapults you into ...
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Intro by Producer Vin Diesel on how #6 was made with Paul Walker and the Skyline R35, Justin Lin says the title says 'Furious 6,' it was intentional as it was supposed to be the last film ... See full summary »
This is a short film which is a prequel to Fast and Furious involving the fugitive ex-convict Dom assembling his crew in the Dominican Republic to plan a hijacking of a road train gasoline tanker truck.
Springfield's theme park Krustyland, run by Krusty the Clown, is opening it's newest roller coaster, the upsy-downsy spins-aroundsy teen-operated thrill ride is opening, and in this ... See full summary »
Mike B. Anderson,
In this all new ride at Universal Studios Hollywood, join the all-star cast from the hit movies on an exhilarating high-speed chase that exceeds 120 miles per hour and catapults you into the high-stakes underworld of fast cars and international crime cartels. You'll be engulfed in a world of cutting-edge, hyper-realistic special effects, including 3D-HD imagery projected onto the world's most expansive 360-degree screens!
This ride is also at Universal Studios Florida, but with differences being a new queue, pre-shows, and the lack of 3D screens. See more »
[Roman hears his phone vibrate in his pocket and he answers it]
Are you kidding me, Roman? You didn't shut off your phone, bro?
[on the phone]
I gotta call you back, it's just, I'm in the middle of something.
See what I'm talking about?
It's on vibrate!
[Dom hears a car engine approaching]
Shaw traced us. Hobbs can't hold him forever. Letty, Roman, we're up.
[to the Studio Tour bus driver]
Driver, move that vehicle!
[truck pops down with Letty, Dom and Rome crouching down]
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So only girls with last names ending in -ez/-es/-iz say "bro" and are one of the guys?
This is the message promoted by this variant of the franchise. I swear it's really annoying. I don't blame the director so much as the director isn't always in agreeal with what the screenwriter does. But I blame the writer. This has to be one of the dumbest things. As a Latino, this is by far the dumbest of all the "Fast and Furious" movies (and because of this movie, by default the rest of them are stupid). It's not that "bro" is black or white slang, this time, but rather that only Latinas ending with -ez say that. I've been around Riveras and Delgados. Those girls are the biggest "bro"-sayers and the ones who. I'm talking the scene where Letty says "Are you serious, bro," because Tyrese Gibson's character is on the phone when they're doing business. Seriously? Is the screenwriter this stupid. Dumb movie. Skip this one. "Switch" is smarter than this (that's the movie with Ellen Barkin). She plays a character of Norman descent (that's the French who went into England) and she says "bro" :D Watch that for realism. Seriously, I find this so irritating.
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