Director F. Gary Gray
Writer Chris Morgan
Stars Vin Diesel, Jason Statham, Dwayne Johnson, Michelle Rodriguez, Tyrese Gibson
Running Time 2h 16m
Genres Action, Crime, Thriller
- Opening at 3D Cinema Magic Naalya Tonight
In what has become a tradition, Universal is kicking off the summer in the middle of April with its eighth Fast and Furious title in the 16-year-old franchise. The Fate of the Furious opens this weekend, and in regards to its theatrical debut, it will be a shot heard around the world with an opening between $375M on the low end and $440M on the high end.
One of the givens of “Fast and Furious” is that the latest movie will be bigger and more enjoyably ludicrous than the last. Family being the major knot binding the whole crew together for the past 16 years, the one that’s dropped with moist emotion and hushed Sunday-sermon reverence. It’s the idea that has held the franchise together movie to movie, race to race, prayer to prayer in an episodic soap about kith, kin and custom cars.
Then comes the monster rides and fast breath taking cars we have seen the past 7 settings of the squeal, you might want to get your seat belts on for the fastest cars and biggest stunts in the Furious franchise have been introduced in the biggest release by Director Gary which is expected to cruise past Furious 7 in regards to box office sales.
The miniskirts will be shorter, the toys ‘zoomier’, the stunts more delirious. Yet, like every successful series, this one delivers its sleek new bits and pieces in reassuringly familiar packaging. James Bond has queen and country. Vin Diesel’s Dominic Toretto — the monotonal “Fast and Furious” paterfamilias — has cars and camaraderie, an ideal combo for movies about American outsiders whose home has always been one another.
The new movie’s title, “The Fate of the Furious,” seems like a nod to the lingering existential crisis created by Mr. Walker’s death, as do the tears that fall in the story. They’re shed over time but before they are, the movie does what’s expected, which is cut loose attractive characters in different choreographed formations in assorted machines and locales. Directed by F. Gary Gray this time around tearing family apart and turning Dom against his own team. What follows is an un expected pairing of Dwayne Johnson together with Jason Statham to stop Dom from whatever his got himself into.
Don’t miss this blockbuster opening at 3D Cinema Magic Naalya tonight Thursday 13th April 2017. 6:30 PM
And Opening to the General Public Friday 14th April 2017 12PM
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