- Actores: Vin Diesel, Paul Walker, Michelle Rodriguez, Jordana Brewster, John Ortiz
- Directores: Justin Lin
- Formato: DVD, Adulto
- Audio: Italiano (Dolby Digital 5.1), Inglés (Dolby Digital 5.1), Castellano (Dolby Digital 5.1)
- Subtítulos: Castellano, Inglés, Portugués, Croata, Griego, Hebreo, Esloveno
- Región: Región 2 (Más información sobre Formatos de DVD.)
- Relación de aspecto: 2.40:1
- Número de discos: 1
- Calificación española (ICAA): No recomendada para menores de 18 años
- Estudio: Universal Pictures
- Fecha de lanzamiento: 27 ago 2009
- Duración: 102 minutos
- Valoración media de los clientes: 3.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Ver todas las opiniones (1 opinión de cliente)
- ASIN: B0053CAA3W
- Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº60.121 en Cine y Series TV (Ver el Top 100 en Cine y Series TV)
Fast & Furious (A Todo Gas): Aún más rápido [DVD]
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Vin Diesel, Paul Walter, Michelle Rodríguez y Jordana Brewster, los protagonistas originales de la saga Fast & Furious, se vuelven a unir en esta nueva y explosiva película. El exconvicto Dom Toretto (Diesel) y el agente Brian O'Conner (Walker) ven como un crimen hace que sus caminos se vuelvan a cruzar. La hostilidad entre ellos resurge de nuevo pero, en esta ocasión, han de luchar frente un enemigo común.
En esta mezcla de acción y thriller los protagonistas lucharán contra un narcotraficante que no tuvo reparo en hacer daño a las familias de ambos para conseguir sus objetivos. Para ello, no dudarán en alcanzar el límite de sus posibilidades al volante y reventar increíbles coches tuneados a través de Los Ángeles y el desierto de México...
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Maybe it's some of the absurd notions (a container truck pulling four fully loaded fuel trailers? c'mon...) or the almost stupid spoon feeding (which criminal is the tuner? Let's see, regular car, regular car, regular car, tuned up car with illegal mods, regular car...oh, how about the tuned car?) but something about this movie made me hate it more than the first.
After all, you can't say it's because the actors were different...or the director...or the locale...or the cars...pretty much the same thing going on here. Maybe it's a sign that cookie-cutter movie making isn't entertainment or at least it's not something that'll excite you as much as the racing usually does.
The second movie was ridiculously asinine. The third (Tokyo Drift) was definitely fun though that was largely because the drifting was crazy. But, in the end, the first movie had all sorts of things going for it.
Now, that doesn't mean you won't get something out of this movie. I'm saying you need to decide where your loyalties are. If you loved the first movie more than the last two, then you're safe...buy it and enjoy. If you liked the other two as well, then coming back to this one might not be the homecoming you're expecting. Still, something relatively new and in the F&F universe is better than nothing at all.
The fourth "official" sequel (It's really the 2.5 Fast And Furious Film, with in the time frame) is really exhilarating and regardless of the "SUPER FANTASTIC ACTION" performed as Dom and Letty escape from a rolling, flaming gas tank heading towards them and the video game sequence inside the maze of tunnels between the border of US and Mexico.
The movie really got back to the roots and stuck to the formula that gave them the success on the first movie.
Being Latin I deeply respect the different scenes from Latin America that are showed in this movie and they truly give the Latin tunning the place of respect they deserve for spooling the super tunning to another level with the different types of modifications made to the cars.
The trama of the 4th version of the saga is really intense and gives you the tunning world perspective and the real logical and well thought concept that makes the movie very interesting to car fans and movie fans and non fans as well.
My personal rating for the 4thlogy is:
FAST AND FURIOUS ***** (Original and innovative)
2FAST 2FURIOUS ** ( Play the video Game instead)
TOKYO DRIFT **** ( The actors swap, didn't help)
FAST AND FURIOUS (4) ***** ( New Model..Old Parts..) Really Version 2.5
Hope the review helped you make up your mind. (I always read reviews before buying at Amazon)
As others have said, the plot for this episode is better than the other sequels. It ties into the first movie really well, showing the consequences of what happened in the first movie for all of the characters, eight years later. And, there is a lot at stake for each of the characters,so don't worry: it's not one of those "...remember when blah blah flicks". Indeed, there isn't a single flashback to anything from the previous movies. Rather, it ties all three films from the franchise together, and shows the complete evolution of FBI Agent Brian's character (Paul Walker), as he once again tries to choose between siding with the law, or with his loyalty to Torrato (Vin Diesel).
Yep, it ties everything together, even Tokyo Drift. So you end up enjoying all three of the previous movies more as you see how this one ties them all together.
A note to all: Do watch the bloopers reel afterwards. It is funnier than all get out watching these guys try to maintain serious faces while driving "bumper cars" surrounded by green walls.