“Fast and furious 9 is just an incomplete game” That was how someone described it in some WhatsApp group. Unrealistic stunts suffocate Fast and Furious 9. It is the sequel to The Fate of the Furious. As usual, I was not disappointed with the action and drama in the 2-hour movie, but every aspect of the movie was just overdone.
Fast and Furious 9: The last saga
The movie was flooded with stunts, drama, weird technology, famous actors, and tensed-up moments. For example, the scene of driving a car to space and crashing the satellite is not something you could believe even from sleep. Yes, previous movies have shown that cars can be driven off a plane with parachutes. That was believable. Think about it: not a homemade car going to outer space in Fast and Furious 9. The movie also depicts a stronger magnet capability than that in 6 Underground. When turned on, the magnet system is strong enough to pull together to a central place all mobile phones, guns necklaces, electricity poles, cars, and laptops. If you are a fan of John Cena in those military-grade movies, you will not see much of that except fast driving. If you are a fan of The Rock alias Dwayne Johnson, he did not feature.
The movie featured stars like John Cena, Ludacris Tyrese Gibson, Michelle Rodriguez, Vin Diesel, Charlize Theron, and Jason statham. Jason only featured in the last scene, which was not significant though. The movie starts with the death of Diesel’s father was in a planned car race accident. Then a scene with grown-up Diesel and Michelle Rodriguez, living off the grid. They are alerted of an abduction of a cyber-terrorist, and a missing weapon in enemy hands. Vin Diesel teams up to stop a dangerous cyber weapon being launched that would control the entire world. Movie scenes were shot on different continents. The team successfully destroys the satellite and takes control of the weapon system. They celebrate as a group.
Ivan N Baliboola