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The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift (Blu-ray Disc, 2009)

Justin Lin, Lil Bow Wow, Lucas Black | Theatrical release: 2006 | Rating: PG-13 (MPAA)
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The third in the wildly popular FAST IN THE FURIOUS series--a hybrid of fast cars, hot teens, and fetishized technology--gets a new jolt of energy and style courtesy of young hotshot director Justin Lin, who won raves at Sundance in 2002 for his look at Asian-American teens in BETTER LUCK TOMORROW. Leading man in training Lucas Black stars as sensitive rebel Sean Boswell, who, despite hailing from the poor section of town, vamps up his used car to drag race against the best of them. After numerous racing challenges won--including one against his high school's popular, wealthy quarterback--Boswell gets in trouble with the law one too many times. To escape confinement to a juvenile detention center, Boswell's military father ships him all the way across the world, to that most futuristic, tech-savvy of cities, Tokyo. There, he meets his match in the powerful, cruel D.K. (Brian Tee), who is not only the car racing star of the Japanese underground, but also related to several dangerous Yakuzas (gangsters). Complicating matters is Sean's undeniable (and mutual) attraction to D.K.'s gorgeous girlfriend Neela (Nathalie Kelly). The racing style, he soon learns, is very different in this strange land--a practice known as "drifting" that is more elegant and virtuostic than American-style demolition. Yet if anyone can take on D.K. and his band of Yakuza yeomen, it's this racecar rebel. All the pieces of the action movie puzzle, including sexy stars, nonstop action, and heart-stopping thrills, combine with a stylish aesthetic and energetic soundtrack to make another fine addition to a fantastic franchise. And director Lin is adept at rendering Tokyo a full-dimensional, culturally rich location, rather than a video game backdrop.

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  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Rating: PG-13 (MPAA)
  • Film Country: USA
  • UPC: 025195055567

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Genre:Action/Adventure
Format:Blu-ray Disc

eBay Product ID: EPID73532356

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Created: 10/01/06

New Country, New Rulez, New Speed, New Coolness :-D

Story: The third in the wildly popular FAST IN THE FURIOUS series--a hybrid of fast cars, hot teens, and fetishized technology--gets a new jolt of energy and style courtesy of young hotshot director Justin Lin, who won raves at Sundance in 2002 for his look at Asian-American teens in BETTER LUCK TOMORROW. Leading man in training Lucas Black stars as sensitive rebel Sean Boswell, who, despite hailing from the poor section of town, vamps up his used car to drag race against the best of them. After numerous racing challenges won--including one against his high school's popular, wealthy quarterback--Boswell gets in trouble with the law one too many times. To escape confinement to a juvenile detention center, Boswell's military father ships him all the way across the world, to that most futuristic, tech-savvy of cities, Tokyo. There, he meets his match in the powerful, cruel D.K. (Brian Tee), who is not only the car racing star of the Japanese underground, but also related to several dangerous Yakuzas (gangsters). Complicating matters is Sean's undeniable (and mutual) attraction to D.K.'s gorgeous girlfriend Neela (Nathalie Kelly). The racing style, he soon learns, is very different in this strange land--a practice known as "drifting" that is more elegant and virtuoustic than American-style demolition. Yet if anyone can take on D.K. and his band of Yakuza yeomen, it's this race car rebel. All the pieces of the action movie puzzle, including sexy stars, nonstop action, and heart-stopping thrills, combine with a stylish aesthetic and energetic soundtrack to make another fine addition to a fantastic franchise. And director Lin is adept at rendering Tokyo a full-dimensional, culturally rich location, rather than a video game backdrop.

Comments: New Country, New Rulez, New Speed, New Coolness :-D

I like this Drifting stuff that they have in this movie.

All new characters, except for Vin Diesel at the last minute or so.
I heard this from my friends that in the end he was present.
Seeing the movie i thought that perhaps this movie was a bit in the past and that the kid later grew up to be Vin Diesel from Fast & the Furious Part 1.
But that's not the case, he just lived his life on, and now expanded his racing from 10-second racing to drifting. Who wins they don't show.

The Accent of the lead actor doesn't quite seem right ( in my opinion ) for this movie, is southern and farmlike in tone, and Japan / Asia is all modern.

Yet in the end, american muscle wins from hi-tech as in most off The Fast & Furious series.

Drifting is very difficult and that's what this movie shows, it's unique again, just like Fast & Furious part I

Very good movie in my opinion.
Action scenes were terrific.

1 bad side, the lead actor, i DO believe they should've picked a other actor.

He tries his best and all, but this kind off movies just doesn't suit him, let him play in movies like ''Signs'' , ''Children of the Corn'' , '' Poltergeist '' or other farm-like movies.

Hi-tech just doesn't suit him.

Other then that, fantastic movie.
A+ in my book.

Definately go see it, either on DVD, VHS or on TV.
If your deciding to buy it, good choice, I am definately gonna see this movie more.

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Created: 11/20/06

FNF finally Drifts In

The third movie in the now sononomous Fast and the Furious franchise, Tokyo Drift brings the grassroots motorsport of compeditive drifting to the silver screen. The sport of drifting, or a controlled slide has been around in japan for years previous to its jump to American mainstream. Sean Black and Bow Wow play two characters within the movie that become entangled in the underground racing scene of drifting.
Based off of imput directly from the import community, and the "Drift King" Keiichi Tsuchiya, the movie does a great job at bringing justice to the misunderstood drifing community. The stunt cast that participated in the movie are also some of the most popular and sucessful drifters of the D1 and Formula D associations. Names include Rhys Millen, Samuel Hubinette, and Tanner Foust.


A great buy for fanatics, and a great weekend movie

5 stars for a movie that takes a different spin on an established ideal

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Created: 08/03/08

Better then I thought!

I have just had the opportunity two years after the theatrical release to watch The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift on Television. I had watched the first Fast and Furious in the theatre and the second on DVD. I had stayed away from Tokyo Drift because I had heard it was a bad movie that really didn't do well.

However, I was really impressed by the movie and it was a lot better then I thought. The movie has a great race scene off the start that involves an old muscle car and a viper! It goes on from there. As a result of that race the main hero is sent to live with his dad in Japan. Once there he learns about drift racing and it gets better from there!

The race scenes are awesome and the drifting is great! There is even a nice cameo at the end that helps tie the movies together!

4/5

Latsyhrc
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Created: 06/12/10

KEEP HD_DVD ALIVE!!!

I work in the film industry and it was sad to see the "Format Wars" BD vs. HD-DVD.
I have taken movies side by side on the same HD monitor, and PS3 and XBOX HD-DVD player. And there is no competition. HD-DVD is the winner! I am glad that I was able to get this. And I am sad to see the public have to suffer through this. Just watch "Ghostrider" on BD.
But back to the movie the third installment to the FF franchise, by the way part five is coming out "Fast Five", with Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, playing an FBI agent. But what more did you want out of this movie. Tokyo Drift is great story of an outsider trying to fit in by leaving his country only to go to the Mecca of racing. And in the end we convert a Mustang into a DK automobile. WOW!

Thank you for your time, and keep buying HD-DVD!

Pay attention Universal!

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Created: 06/18/08

The Fast and the Furious Tokyo Drift

This movie is awsome. Pure action from start to finish will have you on the edge of your seat. Tokyo Drift is the third to the set of Fast and Furious movies, and is one of the best of the three. It stars a whole new cast that you will end up loving. This movie has a great storyline along with some really bad cars. Once you watch this movie you will want to add it to your collection. Im rating this movie along with the girls in it a perfect ten.

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