The Fate Of The Furious Movie Fast Download
Parents need to know that The Fate of the Furious is the eighth movie in the hugely popular Fast & Furious action series that began in 2001. As usual, expect tons of over-the-top action sequences, with outrageous stunts, crashes, explosions, fighting, and beatings, as well as some guns and shooting. Characters die, and a blood splatter is shown; almost none of the violence has consequences. A baby is somewhat in peril in one sequence. Language includes one use of “f–k,” plus “s–t,” “ass,” “bitch,” and more. Women are objectified/shown in revealing clothing; one woman’s bottom is visible under her short skirt. Two characters, now married, are shown in bed together, kissing; one also kisses someone else (mostly for show, as part of the plot). Essentially, it’s all more of the same, so fans of the series probably won’t be disappointed.
Like other recent movies in the popular franchise, this one settles into effortless cruise control, escalated only by its extravagant stunt sequences. So The Fate of the Furious doesn’t really do anything different, but it also won’t disappoint. The previous film, Furious 7, was arguably the best in the adrenaline-fueled franchise to date; now director F. Gary Gray (Friday, The Italian Job, Straight Outta Compton) takes the wheel, and while he doesn’t explore any new territory, he also doesn’t sputter out.
The characters are now older (most are around 40), and their need to out-cool each other has subsided, replaced by loyalty and family bonds. (The villain in this piece, played by a cool Theron, is a direct threat to the team’s family and their deals.) While the movie still occasionally objectifies women — and still doesn’t seem to care much about story, dialogue, or smarts — The Fate of the Furious has at least four truly amazing, spectacular action sequences; their very ingenuity and the enthusiasm with which they’re carried out are infectious. It’s hard not to smile.