Wednesday, July 05, 2006
The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift
Like any car racing movie, you have lots of hot cars. In this movie, the main character, Sean, is basically a rookie driver who gets sent to japan, and works his way up the system, in terms of illegal street racing. Typical plot, you say? There is strong character development, in terms of allies and enemies, and the plot twisted a bit, enough to keep me on the seat, and from leaving. The constant action, less talk, more driving, and some storyline in between works out well, and the way the that the drivers drive, certainly define their personality (agressive, altruistic, insane, conservatively), as they carry that driving personality outside of the streets and track, while on foot.
The cinematography is amazing in most parts, I always felt as though I was gonna crash into the screen or fall off some mountain, 'and the cars were rocking especially 1 row away from the screen
Go watch it!!!
Kamata: There is an old saying: 'For want of a nail, the horseshoe was lost. For want of a horseshoe, the steed was lost. For want of a steed, the message was not delivered. For want of message, the war was lost.'