F9 Review: Slick Racing & Character Nostalgia Overcomes Silly Action Scenes

F9 Review: Slick Racing & Character Nostalgia Overcomes Silly Action Scenes
The Fast & Furious franchise motors on in a convoluted spectacle that's pure fan service, but ably delivers the popcorn cinema action goods. Everything old is new again in F9. The storyline digs deep into the Torreto family's painful past, while bringing back supporting characters from previous films. It's an all hands on deck reunion that obliterates credulity in nearly every scene. F9 continues the trend of going bigger to an absurd fault. This installment takes muscle cars into a new frontier. Which is laughable...until you realize Elon Musk actually pulled it off.

F9 opens with a young Dominic Toretto (Vinnie Bennett) and his little brother, Jakob (Finn Cole), dealing with an unimaginable tragedy. Decades later in the present, Dom (Vin Diesel) and Letty (Michelle Rodriguez) have settled into a quiet rural life. Their seclusion is broken by old friends. Roman (Tyrese Gibson), Tej (Chris "Ludacris" Bridges), and Ramsey
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