After eight installments and countless action sequences, the Fast and Furious franchise has its first spinoff in Hobbs & Shaw. Now that we've seen everything this movie has to offer, we're here to give you the lowdown on the best, and worst, things in this chapter of the saga.
Every installment of the Fast & Furious franchise has gotten bigger, wilder, and more action-packed than the ones before it. For everyone worried that the absence of Vin Diesel's Dominic Toretto and his "family" would lead to a lull in the action, Hobbs & Shaw keeps the fists flying and the cars racing. Every single major set piece in the film feels bigger than the last, as Hobbs and Shaw punch, kick, and bicker their way across the globe.
Anyone familiar with director David Leitch's cinematic output could have expected that the former stuntman would put together all sorts of over-the-top action sequences, but the co-director of John Wick easily surpasses all expectations. There's a palpable sense of glee at the heart of Hobbs & Shaw, as if Leitch and his team can't believe they get to create some of the wacky stunts they're paid to make.
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Best: Stunning action | 0:14
Worst: The cameos | 0:55
Best: Dame Helen Mirren | 1:46
Worst: How old is Hattie Shaw? | 2:19
Best: The buddy-cop chemistry | 3:18
Worst: Is this the franchise's future? | 4:09