A movie to which the brake pedal is but a rumour. If you can’t abide the Fast franchise, you’ll be furious, but fans will have a nitrous oxide blast.
This is loud, garish, two hours-plus proof that bigger, while perpetually entertaining, doesn't necessarily equate to better.
This is a big dumb action movie in its purest, most honourable sense: fast, furious and frequently fun.
Jason Statham and Dwayne Johnson steal the show in a fitfully enjoyable sequel that also adds Charlize Theron to the mix.
A very big, exceedingly dumb thrill ride. Live your life a movie at a time; for 136 minutes, you’ll be free.
The eighth film in the Fast and the Furious franchise provides the daft actions sequences we've come to love, but Charlize Theron's unremarkable supervillain and an inconsistency in family values dampen some of the fun.
Still plenty of fuel left in the tank.
This is an oddly therapeutic film to watch. There's lots of noise, lots of colour, lots of action. It is a movie full of sound and fury – and the fact that it signifies absolutely nothing seems neither here nor there.
How everyone keeps a straight face is the biggest mystery of them all.
From the opening fireballs, the muscle-car franchise has got even more ludicrous – this time with added Helen Mirren.
General release. Check local listings for show times.