In Review: Fast and Furious Presents: Hobbs and Shaw
Cast: Dwayne Johnson, Jason Statham, Idris Elba, Vanessa Kirby and Helen Mirren
Director: David Leitch
Fast and Furious Presents: Hobbs and Shaw is one loud movie! It is not a bad thing when that meant pitching Dwayne Johnson and Jason Statham + rumored 007 character pick Idris Elba. All three, put in one gloriously action packed – and it is loud as hell on the big screen – Fast and Furious off shoot movie, should bring your weekend theater house down. Never mind the storyline! It is catchy, but what really make sense is seeing pitted Statham and Johnson for a grumpy action comedy. Johnson, with Statham getting in way for the best action packed pranks, takes you on a wild comic ride with his funfilled liner antics. It is a worthwhile watch spinning screen time with Dwayne, and not far behind is Statham, who can be similarly hilarious poking fun on a gloriously loud theater action ride. Fast and Furious Presents: Hobbs and Shaw, for those who simple want a great character action match, those who love a thrilling piece of Fast and Furious getaway adventure will certainly fall for this rupturing Hollywood formulaic blockbuster movie. The trailer says it all, but seeing Idris Elba come of age – and playing wildly this genetically enhanced fighting machine, and matching out on Johnson and Statham’s teasing wit make for a worthwhile character clashing trio. Actors watching movie can lean, and this comes out plainly in character, about comic timing while sharing screen time with other equally nerve wracking character players. Naughty character tandem make up for film’s stirring digital efx enhanced action scenes, which can be distracting, if not for Dwayne and Statham’s striking comic lines. Fast and Furious: Hobbs and Shaw delights with interest, and that chemistry appeals sharply with general audience expecting more to usual loud action packed hero movie. It play up on familiar Fast and Furious character partnership, something fans of franchise never seem to tire watching on the big screen. A loud character matching this kind is rare, and only Johnson and Statham can pull it off with shaping interest on the big screen. Is it worth watching for a weekend run? The answer is a loud YES! Released by Universal Pictures, Fast and Furious Presents: Hobbs and Shaw is definitely a funfilled adrenalized picture worth your weekend break, and it is great for family outings too. It is short of saying you cannot go wrong watching this particular franchise Hollywood movie without getting into that big happy character yell after end credits!