Three sentence movie reviews: The Fast and the Furious

The fact that I remembered absolutely nothing from the first time I saw this 10 years ago indicates that there isn’t much to this movie. However, that doesn’t make it an enjoyable wad of cotton-candy-viewing the second time around. Paul Walker is less wooden than Keanu Reeves in Point Break (another favorite) and Vin Diesel is Vin Diesel, which means that despite the fact I don’t have any interest in cars in general and illegal street racing in particular, I greatly enjoyed this movie.

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6 thoughts on “Three sentence movie reviews: The Fast and the Furious”

  1. It doesn't count as a comment if you are just claiming the first position. You actually have to comment on the post.

  2. And you have to have a 3 sentence comment. That is how it works: 3 sentence review = 3 sentence comment. But, yay, you!

  3. I actually saw this in the theater. I wonder with whom I shared that special pleasure (had to be a boy). I remember liking it, fast cards, and not a whole lot more.

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