'Fast & Furious 6' -- 3 1/2 stars

<br><br>PG-13; 2:10 running time<br><br>"Fast & Furious 6," which surely maxed out Universal's tank-top budget for the year, and sustains its joyful, unpretentious ridiculousness so perfectly that I secretly hoped the "6" meant "hours long," ends with a disclaimer, the sort of legalese that typically arrives at the tail end of the closing credits. To paraphrase: On the way out of this theater, should you get the urge to drive your tank into traffic across a towering bridge in Spain, or feel the need to race a Dodge Charger down a runway and bring down a military transport with harpoons, Universal Pictures will not be held responsible. Now here's the thing: I am being only partly facetious. -- Christopher Borrelli<br><br><a href=http://www.chicagotribune.com/entertainment/movies/sc-fast-furious-6-movie-review-20130523,0,3320477.column>Read the full "Fast & Furious 6" movie review</a>

( May 21, 2013 )



PG-13; 2:10 running time

"Fast & Furious 6," which surely maxed out Universal's tank-top budget for the year, and sustains its joyful, unpretentious ridiculousness so perfectly that I secretly hoped the "6" meant "hours long," ends with a disclaimer, the sort of legalese that typically arrives at the tail end of the closing credits. To paraphrase: On the way out of this theater, should you get the urge to drive your tank into traffic across a towering bridge in Spain, or feel the need to race a Dodge Charger down a runway and bring down a military transport with harpoons, Universal Pictures will not be held responsible. Now here's the thing: I am being only partly facetious. -- Christopher Borrelli

Read the full "Fast & Furious 6" movie review

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