Since Dom (Diesel) and Brian’s (Walker) Rio heist toppled a kingpin’s empire and left their crew with $100 million, our heroes have scattered across the globe. But their inability to return home and living forever on the lam have left their lives incomplete. Meanwhile, Hobbs (Johnson) has been tracking an organization of lethally skilled mercenary drivers across 12 countries, whose mastermind (Evans) is aided by a ruthless second-in-command revealed to be the love Dom thought was dead, Letty (Rodriguez). The only way to stop the criminal outfit is to outmatch them at street level, so Hobbs asks Dom to assemble his elite team in London. Payment? Full pardons for all of them so they can return home and make their families whole again.









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Release date: May 24, 2013
MPAA rating: Rated PG-13 for intense sequences of violence and action and mayhem throughout, some sexuality and language
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Runtime: 130 min
Movie Reviews:
  • 83
    Entertainment Weekly - by Chris Nashawaty
    Check your brain at the door and fasten your seat belt. more

  • 80 - by Laremy Legel
    This is a franchise entirely comfortable with what it is, what it’s not, and what it has to offer. It has a whole mess of “Fast” for us all, and woe be the souls who enter this film hoping to go slow. more

  • 75
    New York Post - by Lou Lumenick
    For my money, Furious 6 is more fun than “Skyfall" and a lot more fun than the deadly dull “Star Trek Into Darkness,’’ both of which ask you to take their silly plots way too seriously. more

  • 75
    Portland Oregonian - by M. E. Russell
    "Fast Five" and Fast & Furious 6 -- the newest, nearly-as-much-dumb-fun sequel -- play more like "The Avengers" than they don't. more

  • 75
    San Francisco Chronicle - by Mick LaSalle
    It's stupid but glorious -- Dominic (Vin Diesel) and his crew of high-spirited street racers are hired by an FBI agent to hunt down an international terrorist in London. Ridiculous and entertaining from start to finish. ...

  • 75
    Philadelphia Inquirer - by David Hiltbrand
    The plot and dialogue are still stilted and stupid, but that only proves that Justin Lin, who has directed the last four F & Fs, has his priorities straight. more

  • 75
    The A.V. Club - by Ignatiy Vishnevetsky
    Fast & Furious 6 is equal parts Ocean’s movie, Road Runner cartoon, and WWE SmackDown. In other words, it’s more or less the same movie as its predecessor. more

  • 75
    Tampa Bay Times - by Steve Persall
    This franchise that won't die began in 2001 as The Fast and the Furious and has pretty much run through every title permutation, so the inevitable next chapter might be called only "The & The 7." more

  • 70
    Los Angeles Times - by Betsy Sharkey
    What really sets "F&F6" apart is the blinding speed with which it shifts between over-the-top action, that speedometer inching toward 800 mph at times, and soap opera emotions that bring everything to a screeching halt. It's enough to give you whiplash … in a good way. more

  • 70
    Time - by Richard Corliss
    Furious 6 is even cooler and more aerodynamically delirious than its predecessor, if such a thing is even theoretically possible. more

  • 70
    Village Voice - by Alan Scherstuhl
    Everyone involved at last seems to understand that the mode here is comic. Previous entries suffered from self-important glumness that gummed up the fun whenever the cars weren’t racing. more

  • 70
    Variety - by Scott Foundas
    Though high-octane stunts have always been the primary selling point here, Lin and veteran “Fast” screenwriter Chris Morgan have labored to add depth, dimensionality and inner conflict to the now-sprawling cast of recurring characters — so much so that, at times, “Furious 6” plays like a glossy gearhead melodrama. more

  • 63
    Rolling Stone - by Peter Travers
    It’s kickass trash that never pretends to be more. Bonus points for that. more

  • 60
    The Hollywood Reporter - by Todd McCarthy
    No matter how silly and outlandish the action gets — and it does become ridiculous — it also delivers the goods its audience expects. more

  • 60
    Total Film - by James Mottram
    Another silly but sturdy instalment that’s as well-oiled as The Rock’s muscles. If the ‘Letty in London’ story doesn’t exactly have that new-car smell, this is still the fastest soap opera on wheels. more

  • 60
    Empire - by Owen Williams
    No film that includes a Vin Diesel flying headbutt could remotely be called a write-off, and Furious 6, like its predecessors, is a big screen no-brainer that’s objectively terrible but undeniably pleasurable. A reversal from Fast 5, it’s still a gear above all the other sequels. And an end-credits teaser promises much for the future. more

  • 58
    The Playlist - by Oliver Lyttelton
    While there's a lot of fun to be had, Furious 6 doesn't quite hit the insane heights of "Fast Five," but we're sure it'll delight franchise fans who mostly want to see bald people butt heads, and moving vehicles crash into other moving vehicles. more

  • 50
    St. Louis Post-Dispatch - by Joe Williams
    How you feel about Fast & Furious 6 is a matter of perspective. While a middle-age egghead might note that a series that started out as a harmless cars-and-girls fantasy has devolved into a full-blown assault on human intelligence. more

  • 50
    Austin Chronicle - by Kimberley Jones
    There is a plot – a pretty clunky one, jerry-rigged with character motivations that amount to one long “huh?” and dialogue that might as well have been chunked out of a cliche generator – but who needs plot when we can have mayhem? more

  • 50
    USA Today - by Claudia Puig
    Fast & Furious 6 might have just as easily been called "Planes, Tanks and Automobiles." more

  • 50
    Movie Nation - by Roger Moore
    Bad movies are rarely as much fun as these “Fast and the Furious” pictures. And make no mistake about it — they’re bad. more

  • 40
    The Telegraph - by Tim Robey
    Before, after, and between these (action) sequences, even by the paltry standard of previous scripts, it’s slow-witted and won’t shut up. more

  • 40
    Time Out London - by Derek Adams
    With its puerile dialogue, daft performances, flat comic repartee and ear-rupturingly loud sound levels, the experience of watching ‘Fast & Furious 6’ is like listening to death metal pour out of 500-watt speakers while being strapped to a pneumatic drill. Apart from Diesel’s likeably mild-mannered persona, there’s little here that we haven’t seen before. more

  • 25
    Slant Magazine - by Chris Cabin
    Justin Lin strives to approximate something like Ocean's Eleven for petrosexuals, but testosterone outweighs wit and cleverness at every turn in Chris Morgan's starched script. more

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