May 8, Assignment X. February 15, Washington Examiner. January 8, Reel Talk Online. Check your brain at the door. September 8, Dwayne Johnson as Luke Hobbs. Paul Walker. Dwayne Johnson. Jordana Brewster. And if "Fast 5" set the bar pretty high with that train stunt and the safe-dragging climax, "Furious 6" is more than ready to up the ante with still bigger, and clunkier, modes of transportation. I don't want to say too much, but for some reason I kept having flashbacks to "Toy Story 2" during the preposterously elongated climax.
Not a criticism, just that you wouldn't be surprised if Woody rode to the rescue on Bullseye in one of the outtakes. Ludicrous, but undeniably fun and surprisingly affectionate, this is really all you could ask of a car crash movie, and more. Set 10 years after the film trilogy, three new characters continue the chase for easy money in Stockholm's changed underworld and startup boom.
Jack Whitehall hits the stage with hilarious tales about happy couples, life in hotels, human stupidity and his well-traveled father. Filmmaker Kirsten Johnson and her elderly father stage his death in various ways to help them confront his inevitable demise with humor and poignancy. In The Equalizer, Denzel Washington plays McCall, a man who believes he has put his mysterious past behind him and dedicated himself to beginning a new, quiet life.