Zach, Chris and Chris Ali head back to the beginnings of the Fast & Furious “family” with 2001’s The Fast and The Furious, where undercover cop Brian O’Connor tries to infiltrate the world of illegal LA street racing and find out which crew is hijacking semi-trucks to steal their valuable cargo of VHS/DVD players.
As the “family” is torn apart in The Fate of the Furious, we’re going back to when it first formed in 2001’s franchise starter, The Fast and the Furious.
When a gun used in a shootout where cops got killed goes missing, low level mob member Joey Gazelle has to track it down before the cops do in 2006’s Running Scared.
Despite being delayed because of the tragic passing of Paul Walker, Furious 7 was worth the wait as the addition of Jason Statham takes the action to new levels of awesome insanity.
Furious 7 explodes into theaters and says good-bye to Paul Walker while being even more over the top than it’s predecessors.
After their neighborhood is sealed off, Lino is one of the few people trying to keep the streets safe from the drugs and guns being sold by kingpin Tremaine Alexander by using his parkour skills.
The Fast & Furious team is being hunted across the globe by the revenge seeking brother (Jason Statham) of their last adversary in the upcoming Furious 7.
The final full movie featuring Paul Walker is also a fun action showcase for David Belle and his insane parkour skills, if you can suspend your disbelief for the crazy, dumb plot.
There’s new comedy, action and horror movies out this weekend but all of them are rotten according to Rotten Tomatoes.
More of the Gotham cast was revealed in promo shots, a couple of sad deaths, Kevin Smith taking over AMC and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.