Fast & Furious 4 is a sequel to 2 Fast 2 Furious. It connects the movies 2 Fast 2 Furious and Fast & Furious: Tokyo Drift. The film, directed by Justin Lee, was released in the first week of April. The movie, like the rest of the parts, is for supercharged drivers who like to rip the streets with screeching tires and roaring engine. The film also touches the essential element “Fury” by Vin Diesel’s vengeance to payback the killer, who knocks off his (Vin Diesel’s) girlfriend, Letty (Michelle Rodriguez).
The movie starts with amazing action, with Torreto (Vin Diesel) and his pack stealing the fuel tankers. The scenes have been shot in Dominican Republic and the settings are superb, not to mention the reverse drive and great reflexes. It just gets you.
Sensing danger for his girlfriend, Toretto leaves, only to find her dead later in an assassination and car wreck plot. Toretto returns and starts the quest to kick the ass of his girlfriend’s murderer. Paul Walker who plays Brian O’Conner is an FBI agent and has a real bad company. The guy is restless from the moment he appears in the film. He also blows his nosy colleagues nose.
Now let us come to the best part of it, the ladies, I mean cars. In the beginning of the movie, Toretto or Dom drives a Chevrolet Chevelle SS and later his own muscle car Dodge Charger. Conner drives Nissan GTR and the henchman of Braga (played by John Oritz), Fenix drives Ford Gran Torrino.
There are two things worth watching in Fast & Furious 4 – Fenix and Mia Toretto (Jordana Brewster). She is definitely hot, no doubt Conner likes her. And Fenix, real dog. He as a matter of movie fact dies “Between the Cars.” There is one racing event and two chases in the movie. The tracks and rules are quite different, good imagination actually.