Fast and Furious 9 Movie Review and Rating: Although it is not a film of the series ‘Fast and Furious’, but it is served in a marketing way that the audience feels that it is related to him. It is a comedy-action film that focuses on two characters Luke Hobbs (Dwayne Johnson) and Deckard Shaw (Jason Statham). Both of them are well-off and dislike each other. But the situation is such that both British and American intelligence agencies are forced to work.
Fast and Furious 9 Movie Review and Rating
This is why the two have gathered together to work together on a mission that is against a powerful group on an anonymous person who wants to create havoc by spreading the virus in the world. The face of this group is Brixton (Idris Elba) which is a computer generated system but acts like a man. Vanesha Kirby plays the character named Hattie, who is Shaw’s sister and the virus has entered her body.
There are two types of worlds in the film. One is the postmodern world in which the forces from media to science are occupied by those who want control over the world. That is why the media declares Hobbes and Shaw to be terrorists, although both are working for the betterment of the world. Secondly, in the last part of the film, Hobbes and Shaw use this invisible force and the traditional weapons like spears and sticks in the kind of battle they fight against Brixton.
Odd but like the truth, Hobbes catches the helicopter and hands it down. Action sequences like this are incredible but interesting. Although it is a Hollywood film, but the kind of Hindi used in it is some typical Mumbai and some desi. Therefore, the audience of Hindi will not find strangers.
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