Topic: Fast & The Furious Tokyo Drift Is good?
Holy crap I never thought I would read this movie is good. here is a snippet of MO.ca's review.
Just when I thought "The Fast and the Furious" movie franchise was stretching for ideas, "Tokyo Drift" flew right past my low expectations and ran them right off the road. I couldn't be more surprised by how much I enjoyed the nonstop action, the killer chase scenes, and the eye-candy for the action fan who has a special weakness for cars.
Ever since the advent of cars, there has been street racing, and ever since the 50s made it popular movie material accelerated by hormonally-charged adrenaline, it's been a very cool on-screen rush. "The Fast and the Furious" exploded by bringing that back and doing it right, and now the third in the series, "The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift" proves that no one does street racing better.
Directed by Justin Lin, a fairly new name from Taipei, Taiwan on the rise in Hollywood with movies like "Annapolis" and "Better Luck Tomorrow" to lead him to "Tokyo Drift." The movie stars Lucas Black ("Jarhead," "Cold Mountain," and "The X-Files: Fight the Future") as Sean the trailer trash cowboy, Bow Wow as Black's only friend at a his new school in Japan, and newcomer Nathalie Kelley as Neela the Australian girl swept away by one of the big boys in Tokyo only to find herself drifting away from him as he drifts into more dangerous territory. One of the best characters is the nonchalant and easygoing mentor Han played by Sung Kang who has had roles in "Pearl Harbor," Lin's "Better Luck Tomorrow" (as another character named Han), and the TV shows "The Shield" and "Monk."
You can read the rest here. http://www.moviesonline.ca/movie_review hp?id=2112 There are 2 very positive reviews from people who i would have thought would have hated it.