By guest columnist k.e.n.n.y.h.
…it’s all about family…well ok it’s supposed to be about cool cars…but also huge explosions…and over the top action sequences. But yeah, there’s family too…
At this point, how does one review a Fast and Furious movie? I mean, you already know what you’re going to get. There’s pretty much nothing left to say about these films, now entering its seventh in the franchise. If you’re a fan of the series, you have already bought your ticket, and have already decided it’s the best one of the seven. If you’re not a fan of the series, you’re not gonna start by watching this one. If you are the former, then you’re in for one hell of a high-octane ride of craziness. Still delightful and exhilarating using the same old set pieces that you’ve come to expect.
Fast & Furious 6 is the new installment in the Fast and Furious franchise, once again being directed by Justin Lin, who is no stranger to the films as he has directed the last three: Tokyo Drift (2006), Fast & Furious (2009), and Fast Five (2011). In its sixth installment, the film finds our crew Dominic Toretto (Vin Diesel) and Brian O’Conner (Paul Walker) have retired following the successful heist in Fast Five. But Agent Luke Hobbs (Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson) offers to clear the groups criminal records in exchange for helping him take down a highly skilled mercenary organization lead by Owen Shaw (Luke Evens), who is being helped by Dom’s presumed-dead lover Letty Ortiz (Michelle Rodriguez).
WWE All-Stars is an absolute blast to play. Turning childhood heroes into action figure versions of themselves and allowing you to bend the rules of physics, jumping up twenty feet or throwing guys across the entire ring, was a brilliant move. While laying the smacketh downeth on fools with The Rock is all well and good, there are some notable entries missing in the game. So here are my Top 5 Wrestlers Who Should Have Been in WWE All-Stars.
Though it is undoubtedly true that Ric Flair was the heart and soul of the WCW for many years, he still did several stints in the WWE. Much like the WWE was built on the back of Hulk Hogan, the WCW was built on the back of Ric Flair. Both of Flair’s stints in the WWE involved multiple titles and he was inducted into the WWE hall of fame in 2009. To not have him as a legend seems odd, as playing as a young Nature Boy in his prime would have been great.