Fast & Furious 6 - Extended Edition

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7.02 h 11 min2013X-Ray13+
Vin Diesel, Paul Walker, and Dwayne Johnson lead the returning cast as they race down a lethal organization trying to steal a secret weapon in this explosive extended version of the movie!
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Justin Lin
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Paul WalkerVin DieselJordana Brewster
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ActionAdventureSuspense
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English [CC]
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EnglishEnglish [Audio Description]
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Supporting actors
Michelle RodriguezDwayne 'The Rock' JohnsonSung KangLuke EvansTyrese GibsonChris 'Ludacris' BridgesGal GadotGina CaranoElsa Pataky
Producers
Neal H. MoritzVin DieselClayton Townsend
Studio
Universal Pictures
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4.7 out of 5 stars

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joel wingReviewed in the United States on October 21, 2021
3.0 out of 5 stars
Team becomes super agents while trying to restore their "family"
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Fast & Furious 6 took off from where Fast 5 ended transforming the group into secret agent superheroes. Gone were the days of racing cars and running from the police. Now they were taking on international criminals led by Luke Evans and working with Dwayne Johnson to add more testosterone to the cast. They even comment upon their transformation in one scene where Tyrese Gibson says this was completely different from what they’d done before. Otherwise the movie is rather formulaic adding the bigger is better motto that started with the last few films in the series. There are plenty of cars, chases, gun play, etc. They throw in some jokes as well to keep a light mood. There’s even a tank and plenty of computer enhanced action. On top of all that it has a theme of restoring “the family” led by Vin Diesel.
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theqissilentReviewed in the United States on January 16, 2020
3.0 out of 5 stars
It is what it is, 'nuff said
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Using the thinnest strands of logic possible, Dwayne Johnson recruits Vin Diesel, Paul Walker, and crew into carrying out a dangerous mission to take down a merc outfit led by former SAS officer Luke Evans; Diesel also discovers that his girlfriend (Michelle Rodriguez) is still alive, despite being killed off in "Fast & Furious" (which was the fourth one in the series, so they say). Perhaps the dumbest outing yet (who's keeping track?) but also perhaps the most fried-brain-cell entertaining just for taking place in a parallel dimension where motivation, physics, logistics, and coherence are outlawed under penalty of death--or vehicular repossession, which would be a worse fate for these gearheads. The action is, as one would expect, even more outrageously insane than ever before, throwing in a smashed car tethered to a tank as it rolls down the highway and an out-and-out assault on a quadjet as it barrels down the world's longest runway. Dialogue is thuddingly awful (and sometimes barely even intelligible), performances marginally competent at best, blah blah blah, who cares; it's all about testosterone, adrenaline, shiny cars, flexed muscles, and impossible stunts. Hard to call any of this nonsense "exciting" (certainly not "pulse-pounding"), but there's cheesy fun to be had, even if one is a little ashamed about it afterward. Title onscreen is (inexplicably) just "Furious 6."
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Dubtech LabsReviewed in the United States on January 6, 2014
5.0 out of 5 stars
One of the better F&F movies
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I bought this movie along with the F&F 1-5 set while it was on sale to have my collection complete (until F&F7 at least). I bought this one with the Steelbook case and it is easily the best case of the 6 movies. The artwork is also much better than the bland, bargain-bin covers of the first set of 5.

One of my favorite things they worked into this Blu-ray is the homage to Paul Walker (Brian O'Connor) right after the Universal Studios segment when you first put in the disc. It follows him briefly through each of the five movies he was in (he was not in Tokyo Drift) and gives him a heartfelt goodbye. RIP, Paul Walker.

The movie itself is your pretty typical action movie, which for me isn't a negative. So you should expect exciting action scenes, fire, explosions, high speeds, fist fighting, and a ridiculous storyline with lots of plot holes. But if you know what to expect going in, you shouldn't have a hard time enjoying it! Very few, if any, of the movies are believable (the first one is probably the least ridiculous, story-wise), but they still lay out an interesting story and plenty of action/racing scenes. Works for me!

I won't spoil anything, but there is an especially ridiculous airplane scene in this one, that is really cool, but easily one of the most ridiculous 15 minute segments I've ever seen (short of them stealing the vault in Rio from Fast Five). But you get to watch Toretto (Vin Diesel) fight Hobbs (Johnson) along with some other unknown beefcake guy. Hard not to enjoy some of these crazy fights and racing scenes.

The movie ties in with F&F: Tokyo Drift at the end (since F&F: TD is the latest one in the F&F timeline), and introduces a new character to headline as the "bad guy" in F&F 7... Jason Freakin' Statham. So it really gets you excited for the next movie, though due to Paul Walker's untimely passing, leaves us unsure of how that will affect production and overall progression of the F&F timeline. I really hope they do a competent job re-engineering F&F 7 to properly pay respect to Paul Walker and his Brian O'Connor character.
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David HarveyReviewed in the United States on December 29, 2013
5.0 out of 5 stars
Just keeps getting better!
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The death of Paul Walker has overshadowed (and rightly so) the release of F&F 6. While the loss of such a poignant actor will be felt by his family, his friends, his co-workers, and his fans; he leaves behind a body of work that showcases an individual that lived each day to its fullest.

Fast and Furious 6 literally seems to open with the ending given to F&F 5 (with Brian and Dom in a race), it's only at the end of the race that we see the race is not just a competition to see who can get from A to B fastest, but it is to get to Mia as she is going into labor to give birth to Jack O'Conner. The rest of the team is assembled after Agent Luke Hobbs pays a visit to Dom to seek his help in rounding up a team that has been stealing military grade components, a team that has as its member the thought-to-be-dead Letty Ortiz (as teased at the conclusion of F&F 5).

Without giving away the details of the film, I can say that all the components you would expect from a Fast and Furious franchise follow (amazing cars, terrific races, spectacular stunts, and well composed fight sequences). Those that have been watching these films since The Fast and The Furious (not to be confused with 2009's Fast and Furious) will enjoy the payoff at the end of this film (not the teaser at the end of the film, but where the movie ends up).

Looking forward to F&F 7 in 2015!
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Stephen KeleherReviewed in the United States on January 4, 2014
5.0 out of 5 stars
Another sequel well worth watching
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The Fast & Furious team has done it again: made another follow-up that is almost as good as the one before it. F&F6 pulls off the difficult feat of adding to the story of the Turruto clan, while keeping intact the basics of the entire Fast & Furious series: the importance of family, the technical and physical skill of the members, and the repudiation of overbearing government authority. It is like the best graphic novel you ever saw. The effects are stupendous, and symbolic, so that even though at times they are literally impossible, they amaze, amuse, and move you emotionally. With the sudden death of Paul Walker, the series ends with the next F&F (I believe they had enough footage to complete it). And in the teaser for F&F7, seen as usual after the final credits of this film, Jason Statham doesn't seem convincing as a villian and nemesis of the Turrutos. But, who knows? The filmmakers have now pulled off the magic trick of making 5 thoroughly great sequels (and in order of greatness would be 4, then 5, then 6, then 2, then 3). Can they do it one last time? After watching this movie, I'm hoping they can.
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JayReviewed in the United States on November 30, 2013
4.0 out of 5 stars
The definition of a small arthouse film it's not
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It's hard to believe how entertaining and fun this franchise has become. To me FF6 is a little but of a guilty pleasure because a series revolving around a group of criminals who stop terrorists by driving cars shouldn't be this good. Honestly, if you tried explaining the plot to the movie to anyone who wasn't familiar with the series, they'd think you were ridiculous for enjoying it. It honestly seems like a soap opera or something, characters coming back from the dead and suffering from amnesia, traitorous friends, dying to save loved ones. It's all so stupid and silly, but it works here and FF6 does what every good sequel should do, it ups the ante and takes what its predecessor's done and kicks it up. FF6 isn't known for its great plots or dialogue, so what it focuses on improving on is bigger and more exciting set pieces. It does a great job of making each piece original and unique, and as a result the movie has 3 or 4 great action scenes and none of them feels like a retread. It's this freshness coupled with the movie's ability to not take itself too seriously that makes it truly entertaining. As a result of all this, I find myself excited to see what the upcoming sequel has in store and am even excited by the rumors that they plan on making parts 8 and 9 too. No series should be able to do this, and yet somehow the Fast and Furious franchise defies the odds much like the driving in the movies defies all sense of physics and gravity.
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WilliamReviewed in the United States on December 26, 2013
5.0 out of 5 stars
Excellent plot. Wonderful actors. Intense action. Very pleased overall.
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Just finished watching the movie. Everything in this movie was seriously flat-out action-packed. I really loved it. The speed, the story, the cars, the teamwork, the guns, the fights, the twists and turns-- I'm baffled by all of the stunts pulled off and everything.. They did a good job with this movie.. Everything was really realistic and mind-blowing.. A+ grade movie, no doubt, in my opinion.

I highly recommend this movie if you are into Fast and Furious series, action movies, and if you are really into cars. Great, great movie with amazing plots. I can't wait to see the next movie.... but Paul Walker.. man, how it came at such a sad, random time for him to go so suddenly.. Still had a lot of live for and was still doing Fast and Furious 7 with the crew halfway done... Rest In Peace, Paul Walker.. One of coolest actors on our planet. You will be greatly missed man.. A lot of people idolized you, including myself.

Anyway you're in for a hell of a ride guys once you begin watching this movie. Enjoy it guys! Ride or die! Wooo!!
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Betty A ClarkReviewed in the United States on June 24, 2014
4.0 out of 5 stars
Luv the "Family Concept" of FF6 !
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The special effects n fast moving cars were great , but, the concept of "Family is nvr left behind", really made this work so much better this time, especially knowing that this is the last time we get 2 c "Paul Walker" n the storyline! I had bn evading this movie 4 awhile.....just knowing mr walker wudnt b n anymore of them since his passing last year. The wait was well worth it! They all r "Family!" I didn't just rent it, I bought it this time around, just so I can hv a piece of family anytime! I wud highly reccomend 2 anyone 2 c it....over n over again! I luv the lil teaser at the end.... So I'm getting pumped 4 the next installment . I do hope they give mr walker his kudos frm all . ..he's gonna b hard 2 "replace" n this huge storyline of great segments each year! "R.I.P" Mr. Paul Walker...u hv earned ur wings n wheels n life as u now r n death!
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