The first 'spin-off' of the 'Full throttle' franchise, with Dwayne Johnson and Jason Statham, is now available in theaters.
This Thursday, August 1, the movie Fast & Furious: Hobbs & Shaw, the first 'spin-off' of the full-blown action franchise, has been released in Spanish cinemas. This time they take the wheel Luke Hobbs and Deckard Shaw, played by Dwayne Johnson and Jason Statham, forced to understand each other to stop the threat posed by the villain with special abilities Brixton Lore (Idris Elba). Are you thinking of going to see her this weekend and want to know what we thought? Do not miss the video CRITICISM of the 'publisher' of SensaCine Alejandro G. Calvo under these lines. "Bald hives spreading firewood"?
Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw Trailer
To begin, Alejandro points out something interesting about director David Leitch, known for John Wick (2014), Atomic (2017) and the most recent Deadpool 2 (2018). "It's true that it's not John McTiernan or it's not James Cameron, but he's looking for that 90s action movie model. Hobb & Shaw has a 'buddy movie' plot that ... I like it much as it introduces the characters, for example [...] The rest is to mix a lot of comedy [...] It has the role of 'buddy movie' with them two that more or fewer works and yes that allows you to follow the movie. It's a powerful hitch point. "
THE CHARACTER OF VANESSA KIRBY, AWESOME
And the action sequences? Well, the truth is that there is everything, although the predominant tone is quite cool. This is the case of the last of the film, a clear tribute to the Fast & Furious saga. "Because this movie, although it comes as Fast & Furious spin-off, is not a film of car racing or car actions, etc. It is more of a spy movie with a lot of action."
And two things that we liked a lot. In the first place, the character of Hattie Shaw (Vanessa Kirby) - "It is impressive. It breaks what becomes the protagonist duo and builds a leading triangle where she herself is an amazing action woman." And the second aspect ... we can't tell you because it's 'spoiler'. So you will have to go see it and we begin by reminding you of the trailer.