So, you’ve made it past all of the critical review and your first screening Chinabased, but you still want to know what everyone else is thinking? How about a second opinion? Thankfully, there’s an option for everyone. The world of movie reviews has been a long time coming. We have so many great things to say about movies and everything we do these days is proof that we’re always at the vanguard of the change. From box-office success stories to cult classics, we have it covered in the latest edition of The Best of The Fast and the Furious. Whether you’re a die-hard fan or just looking for someplace to go see a good flick with friends, this list is filled with great recommendations. From cult hits to blockbuster hits, here are some of our favorite movies from The Fast and The Furious series:
The Fast and the Furious
The Fast and the Furious is the most popular series in the entire world, with roughly two and a half billion views on YouTube. It has also been called one of the most meaningfully acted franchises in popular culture, with characters spanning genres and time periods. The franchise also comes with an amazing history, with original movies, an extended series, and a total of six consecutive BestPicture nominations. While the old guard of celebrities such as Sylvester Stallone, Michael Caine, and 1995’s Cast Away’s direct-to-video lead Liam Neeson are all gone, the franchise is still a highly recognizable brand name. The good news is that the boys behind Footage can both keep on producing and expanding the franchise, which has seen a number of successful entries in the past decade. The Fast and The Furious is without a doubt the best series ever made.
Up All Night
The Up All Night series is actually based on a novel, Up All Night, published in 1955. The movie was based on the book and starred Burtran and Sinbad as the two best-selling novel authors of that year. Up All Night is an excellent starting point for fans of the book, as it’s pretty much all they’ve ever known about the author. The movie stars Michael Caine, Elizabeth Taylor, Michael C lobby,acs, Megan fox, and others, and is a classic example of why you should always go see a movie with friends. Not only is Up All Night a classic example of why you should go see a movie with friends, but it’s also one of the best adaptations of books ever made.
The Surgeon Simulator series is a franchise that started with the first game in 2011, but has since evolved into a wide range of titles. From showcasing the skills of world-renowned surgeon Dr. Carson Rivers to showcasing the skills of world-renowned surgeon Dr. Moseley, the games have an incredible variety of themes and provide a great introduction to the world of surgery. While the games have had a large influence on the franchises’ direction, the films have served as a logical evolution, with fans of the books looking back at the success of the series and seeing where they can take it. The games have also helped to add a unique, modern spin to the franchise, allowing young people to have access to medical skills they may have otherwise otherwise gone uninterested in.
## Day of the Dead
Day of the Dead is a Mexican holiday that consists of the full moon and the new moon, which occurs on or around this date. Typically celebrated in major cities throughout the country, Day of the Dead is celebrated all over. On this date, families line up outside of grocery stores, hotels, and restaurants to decorate their walls with skulls, cacti, and other organic detritus. While the decorations may range from simple to elaborate, the spirit of the holiday lives on in the skulls and cacti – it’s the decor that sets this one apart.
## The Orphanage
The Orphanage is a classic movie in and of itself, making it one of the most recognizable fantasy franchises in all of pop culture. Starring as himself, John R. Mlynar, and directed by Clint Eastwood, the flick follows a couple who live in an orphanage and raise a family on the side. While often paired with a culturally appropriate cast, The Orphanage has also become one of the most recognizable and popular franchises in pop culture. While the movies have gone on to have several sequels, the series has also gone on to become one of the most successful franchises in all of pop culture.
## Double Feature
The Double Feature series follows a group of former Special Forces soldiers who attempt to infiltrate the terrorist organization al-Qaida in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP). The first film in the series, Double Feature, is one of the most recognizable franchises in pop culture and is still one of the most popular installments in the series. Having a point of view for the first time, the trio of Scott, Tucker, and Cole navigate the political and social intrigues of a new country, witnessing first-hand the workings of the Freedom of the World Party. While the first two installments in the series have a lot to offer, the later installments expand on the foundations laid in the first two, taking a more analytical approach to the world of terrorism.
## Halloween (2007)
Halloween is an annual American-themed holiday that peaks in the spring and features plenty of fun, light-hearted entertainment. Like many American holidays, October 31 is known as the “Halloween Day” and is celebrated in many different cities across the United States. This isn’t a holiday that is loved by all and is generally associated with bad vibes and dark thoughts, but it’s a great one to pop into your calendar when you’re feeling festive and adventurous. October 31 is also known as “The Fins”, which is why the movie All Fins on the Wall is so great.
## The cost of fame
The cost of fame debate is ongoing, with some experts saying that the series has too much screen time and that it needs much more! Others argue that the series is too short and that its length is an important indicator of how successful it will be. While many think about the value of a career in screenwriting, there’s also an added bonus of being able to buy your very own copy of The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, the first book in the series, when it comes out this November.
## Don’t Forget the Fanboys!
The Don’t Forget the Fanboys! series follows a group of college students who set out to find and eliminate all of the fake, unauthorized, and downright inappropriate fanboys and dolls that are always sold at local stores. Like all of the other series in the series, it is about as groundbreaking as it gets in the pop culture field.
## The Other Guys
The Other Guys is a vehicles for Justin Timberlake and Shia LaBeouf, and it’s one of the most popular franchises in Hollywood today. So, when the two decided to collaborate on a project together, it was a no-brainer. The first film in the series, The Other Guys is a fun, family audience favorite and is often paired with a lot of entertainment. It’s also a great introduction to the world of pop culture, as we get a detailed look at the world of pop culture, including pop culture at its most basic, the pop star, and what it takes to be one.
## Shrek 2 (2010)
The Shrek series has been around since 1984 and has received incredible reviews and sales. However, the third film in the series, Shrek 2, is actually the most successful and critically acclaimed installment in the series. It is also the only installment in the series to make it to the Best Picture category in the Academy Awards. The film is another one of those classics that resonates with nostalgia, as it was released almost 30 years ago and it still holds up great today.
## Magic Mike XXL (2014)
Magic Mike XXL is the re-releases of the classic videos that made the original movies great. It’s a fun, light-hearted, and action-packed re-visit to the old gang, as well as a great introduction to the world of sports and, well, everything.
## Day of the Dead (2007)
The Day of the Dead series follows a group of Mexican Amish men as they fight to protect their small community from a growing force of criminals. The first film in the series, Day of the Dead, is an excellent