Wow! I can’t believe this is the eighth installment of this series, with the possibility of even more. Personally, I have been a fan of the Fast and Furious series since the beginning when Brian and Dom weren’t the best of friends. Truthfully, every movie from the series always delivers an action-packed, comedic installment with the obvious fast cars and many, many girls. But, the Fate of the Furious brings it to a whole new level, being another movie without Brian (Paul Walker) in it at all. To be honest the series got a lot of its attention after the tragic passing of Paul Walker, to think that the eighth movie is still very successful even without a fan favourite character. Obviously, this movie has great action and funny comedic relief bringing back past characters that we have truly missed, with of course Dwayne Johnson. This movie, like any of their other movies really stresses the importance of family and friends which is always a great message to hear. The only complaint I have is that it can get pretty repetitive, but other than that it is a fun ride to go on. Really recommend it.
- @GenreFanatic of the Teen Review Board at the Hamilton Public Library
The movie the Fate of the Furious was amazing. I would give it 9 out of 10 start if I had to rate it. I liked how he helped his team in the end and how they helped him too, but I hated how his wife got killed and he couldn't save her and he only saved the child. Also, I liked how his enemy helped him to get his kid back. And about the movie's song "Hey Ma", I actually loved it. I think this movie is good for ages 14 and above because it didn't have a lot of bad words or anything else bad in it.
- @Hebatallah of the Teen Review Board at the Hamilton Public Library