Fast & Furious 10 (Fast X) Review

Fast X or Fast and Furious 10 has come a long way over 22 years since the start of its first film, The Fast and the Furious in 2001. Fast X also features many of the characters that appeared in the previous Fast and Furious saga, including the reappearance of Jason Statham and Sung. Kang. There is also a new character played by Brie Larson and Jason Momoa as the new antagonist.

Fast & Furious 10 (Fast X) Synopsis

An old enemy from Dominic Toretto’s past (Vin Diesel) slowly reappears and threatens not only Dom, but also his extended family. This old foe wants revenge for his father’s death, when Dom and his friends commit a heist in Brazil’s old capital, Rio de Janeiro. And he will stop at nothing until his revenge mission is accomplished.

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An enemy from Dom’s past who appears suddenly

In the opening moments of the film, we get a flashback, as Dom and Brian O’Conner (Paul Walker) carried out the iconic safe heist on the streets of Rio de Janeiro in Fast and Furious: Rio Heist or Fast Five . Dom and Brian hooked up the safe to their respective Dodge Chargers. The heist turns into a bloody mess as they try to evade their pursuers on a bridge.

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The scene was re-edited to incorporate the original footage by inserting a new scene showing Dante Reyes (Jason Momoa) present when his father Hernan Reyes (Joaquim de Almeida) is killed. For the next ten years, Dante has been plotting his revenge and it is his revenge plan that forms the main story plot for Fast X.

Closely related to Fast Five

Fast X has strong links to Fast Five , retroactively introducing a man who has spent the last 10 years of his life developing and executing a revenge plan against those who killed his father and he is chasing everyone around the world. The plot is disjointed chaos that spreads across the world from the United States to Rome and from Rio to London, the plan is to frame Dom and his friends for carrying out a terrorist attack.

We will see that now Dom is number one on the wanted list of most wanted people as his actions are being interpreted as terrorist acts. With the authorities who believe and believe that it was Dom who was behind the bombings so far. Starting with a car chase across the streets of Rome with a large bomb in the form of a giant ball that continues to roll all over the city. The scene then moves to involve street racing in Rio, then there are several scenes of excited street chaos involving cargo planes, helicopters and oil tankers.

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The latest film in The Fast and the Furious franchise, Fast X is packed with high-octane action, fast-paced car racing and an adrenaline-pumping soundtrack. But what really sets it apart from all other Fast and Furious movies is its impressive use of visuals. From start to finish, Fast X spoils the eyes of those who watch it. Fast X uses a variety of camera angles and techniques to capture the intensity of each scene. Be it street car chases or explosive fight sequences.

Fast X follows the main character, Dominic Toretto and his efforts to protect his family from the threat of revenge that wants to destroy his extended family. We will see the struggle within Dom due to decisions in his past while trying to protect his family from new threats and enemies. This slightly adds to the character development and also the depth of the character. Fast X is also the first film in the series to feature electric cars with the appearance of the Dogde Charger Daytona SRT Banshee Concept 2024 and the DeLorean Alpha 5.

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Fast X Conclusion

Fast X is an action film that has impressive visuals, explosive fight scenes and impressive car chases. The acting performance of the characters involved in Fast X is fairly good because the chemistry has been going on for quite a while.

Watch Fast X right away, because this film is Part 1 of the trilogy that has been planned, and will end in Fast and Furious 12.


Zephyrine is an experienced film critic who has worked for many magazines and websites specializing in cinema. She has a deep education in film history and theory, as well as a passion for classic and independent films. Writing style: Zephyrine always evaluates films objectively and honestly, not influenced by external factors such as the fame of actors or directors. She often focuses on the content, screenplay, technique, and personal feelings to provide insights and reviews of the film. Her writing style is easy to understand and familiar to readers, but also professional and profound. Notable articles: "Step Up" - Success comes from the perseverance and relentless effort of young people "The Social Network" - A fantastic documentary film about the birth of Facebook "Moonlight" - A touching story about love and the essence of humanity "Nomadland" - A poignant journey of a mature woman "Parasite" - A sensational film of Korean cinema with profound social messages.

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