Vin Diesel, Paul Walker, and Dwayne Johnson lead the returning cast as they race down a lethal organization trying to steal a secret weapon in this explosive extended version of the movie!
Fast & Furious 6 (Extended Version)
Vin Diesel, Paul Walker, Dwayne Johnson and Michelle Rodriguez lead a cast of returning all-stars as the global blockbuster franchise built on speed delivers the biggest adrenaline rush yet in this explosive extended version. Hobbs (Dwayne Johnson) has been tracking an organization of lethally skilled drivers, whose mastermind (Luke Evans) is aided by the love Dom (Vin Diesel) thought was dead, Letty (Michelle Rodriguez). The only way to stop the criminal mercenaries from stealing a top secret weapon is to outmatch them at street level, so Hobbs asks for the help of Dom and his elite team. Payment for the ultimate chase? Full pardons for all of them and a chance to make their families whole again.
|Windows||Windows 8, Windows 8.1, Windows 10 or later|
|Xbox||Xbox 360, Xbox One, Xbox One S, Xbox One X|
|Mobile||Windows Phone 8, Windows Phone 8.1, Windows 10 or later|
|UHD||Xbox One S or Xbox One X with a connection to a 4K television over HDMI 2.0a with support for HDCP 2.2. An HDR-capable television is required to view in High Dynamic Range.|
201 critic reviews
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6/3/2013 by Anthony Lane
Just as the plot threatens to run out of gas, Lin rescues the film with a spate of vastly ridiculous and therefore enjoyable set-pieces, most of which involve means of conveyance designed to make the cars look puny.
5/24/2013 by James Berardinelli
Exists purely to showcase how idiotically over-the-top action sequences can become when annoyances like gravity are tossed to the side.
5/24/2013 by Lisa Kennedy
Some of the action sequences are insane. No, really. Absurd, impossible, physics defying, triage-required stuff. No matter. That's the foolish rush of a franchise that must go faster and faster and furiouser and furiouser.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch
5/24/2013 by Joe Williams
How you feel about "Fast & Furious 6" is a matter of perspective.
5/24/2013 by Tom Charity
Ludicrous, but undeniably fun and surprisingly affectionate, this is really all you could ask of a car crash movie, and more.
5/24/2013 by Ian Buckwalter
Furious Six continues on in the same vein as its predecessor, and may just be my favorite of the lot.
5/24/2013 by Tom Russo
For their own part, Vin Diesel and the "F&F" handlers seem eager to assert how they've molded a series of installments into, yep, a saga, complete with expansive, twisty continuity.
Globe and Mail
5/24/2013 by Adam Nayman
That the movie is so indifferently written shouldn't really be a surprise. The dialogue is just there to mark time between the set pieces, and it's nice to report that Lin has outdone himself in that department.
5/24/2013 by Jen Chaney
Fast & Furious 6 is much like the other Fast & Furious films. Which is to say it does its thing pretty well.
5/24/2013 by Tom Long
There's a Road Runneresque sense of madness that's undeniably infectious. If only it was played off characters who had some sense of reality, who weren't such obvious constructions, and who spoke fewer leaden lines.
5/24/2013 by Bruce DeMara
It pretty much goes without saying that the script by Chris Morgan, who penned most of the previous installments, is achingly stupid and beyond ludicrous.
5/23/2013 by Scott Tobias
[The action is] glorious while it lasts, but then the film goes back to figuring out how to keep its oversized vessel from taking on water. And that's more hard work than it's worth.
New York Times
5/23/2013 by Neil Genzlinger
A satisfying thrill ride, at least on a par with the earlier installments.
Fort Worth Star-Telegram/DFW.com
5/23/2013 by Cary Darling
If Fast & Furious 6 were any dumber, the script would have been written in crayon ... [But] in terms of sheer action adrenaline, it may be the best film of the franchise.
5/23/2013 by Rafer Guzman
A comedown from the high of "Fast Five," but the physics-be-damned stuntwork and girl-on-girl beatdowns keep this series the guiltiest of pleasures.
Minneapolis Star Tribune
5/23/2013 by Colin Covert
It's a ripsnorting carmageddon that stylizes automotive annihilation the way John Woo used to choreograph death and destruction with guns and explosions.
5/23/2013 by Mick LaSalle
Sometimes Fast & Furious 6 is engrossing, sometimes absurd, and some of the action is so outlandish it makes the audience laugh. But whatever it is, it's always some variety of fun.
5/23/2013 by Jocelyn Noveck
Happily, amid all the noise, the races -- there's a terrific one through the streets of downtown London -- the crashes and the outlandish stunts, there is some humor, and it's very welcome.
5/23/2013 by Drew Hunt
[Director Justin Lin] manages to imbue the material with Hawksian notions of masculinity, group dynamics, and moral authority even as he preserves the franchise's multicultural milieu and gleefully exaggerated action sequences.
5/23/2013 by Randy Cordova
Perhaps the most annoying thing about the movie: The final scene sets up yet another sequel.
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