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The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift

Duration: 104 min


IMDb: 6.0

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Slick and shiny, this movie is a part coming-of-age tale, part automobile show, and a part parade of women in high school uniforms. The eye candy is generic, but the race scenes are brilliant, inventive, and witty (even as they sometimes end in crashes).
Since D.K. is the nephew of a Yakuza (Sonny Chiba, looking dapper in a white suit and fedora), he’s money and a feeling of privilege, which means he is decided to take down Sean. They race repeatedly, make mean faces at one another, and compete to get Neela’s loyalty. While The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift pays a little attention to Sean’s”outsider” standing as a Gajin in Japan, for the large part, he is another triumphant American at a strange land. Upfront about its own generic stereotypes (the villain is gloomy, hero earnest, girl pretty), the movie glories in its own stunning action sequences: storyline gets irrelevant.In THE FAST AND THE FURIOUS: TOKYO DRIFT, young Sean (Lucas Black) is in rapid trouble, racing a bully to be able to”win” a woman, which leads instantly to Sean’s punishment: he is sent to live with his eldest dad (Brian Goodman, who played the grumpy father in director Justin Lin’s last movie, Annapolis). When dad, a Navy lifer, lays down strict rules, Sean disobeys immediately: he discovers the jaunty car scene along with a new sort of driving called drift (a photogenic kind of racing where the car slides along the pavement sideways, the motorist shifting, braking, and steering like a madman, normally undertaken on parking ramps). He also makes two new friends, an”Army brat” and enchanting super-salesman called Twinkie (Bow Wow), along with a philosophical crook and playboy, Han (Sung Kang, who also emerged in Lin’s Better Luck Tomorrow as a man named Han). Encouraged to think through his choices (why does he race? Why does he rebel?), Sean becomes a better racer and more glowing rebel. He also falls in love with a girl, Neela (Nathalie Kelley), who happens to be attached to the villain, D.K. (Brian Tee).


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