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Why The Fast and the Furious is the most important franchise around

By Benjamin Rabinovich

Over the years the focus has shifted from the fast cars to the increasingly diverse characters inside them.

Fast and Furious 8

By Adam Woodward

Dwayne Johnson ups the ante as the automotive action franchise successfully navigates a tricky existential crossroads.

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xXx: The Return of Xander Cage

By Elena Lazic

Vin Diesel is back as the world’s toughest, buffest secret agent. The results are thrilling and baffling in equal measure.

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Fast & Furious 7

By David Jenkins

Paul Walker’s swansong is a petrolhead poem to omnipotence and the concept of God in the digital age.

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Fast & Furious 6

By Lewis Bazley

The chase/stunt/joke formula is played to diminishing returns in the latest instalment of this 18-wheeler franchise.

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Fast & Furious

By Anton Bitel

The biggest auto-based franchise around gets the high-spec reboot it probably didn’t deserve.

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