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Wild Speed: Mega Max

Wild Speed: Mega Max
Wild Speed: Mega Max Rating: 67 out of 100 based on 48 reviews.
伝説の名車や高級車が惜しげもなく激しいカーアクションを繰り広げる『ワイルド・スピード』シリーズの第5弾。前作の後日談となる本作では、超高級車の強奪などを命懸けで­こなすドミニクとブライアンが、逃亡生活から抜け出して永遠の自由を得るため、裏社会を牛耳る黒幕から1億ドルを奪う無謀な計画を実行する。ヴィン・ディーゼル、ポール・­ウォーカーらに、新たに参戦したザ・ロックことドウェイン・ジョンソンや、過去の主要キャストも出演するドリーム・チームの大暴走に期待だ。
キャスト
Jordana Brewster

Mia Toretto
Tyrese Gibson

Roman Pearce
Ludacris

Tej Parker (as Chris 'Ludacris' Bridges)
Gal Gadot

Gisele
Don Omar

Rico Santos
Joaquim de Almeida

Hernan Reyes
Elsa Pataky

Elena Neves
Fernando Chien

Wilkes (as Fernando F. Chien)
スタッフ
Director:ジャスティン・リン
Producer:ニール・H・モリッツ (producer)
ヴィン・ディーゼル (producer)
Michael Fottrell (producer)
Thomas Hayslip (associate producer)
Amanda Lewis (executive producer)
Fernando Serzedelo (line producer: Brazil)
Samantha Vincent (executive producer)
ジャスティン・リン (executive producer)
Leeann Stonebreaker (associate producer)
Writer:Chris Morgan (written by)
Gary Scott Thompson (characters)
Wild Speed: Mega Maxレビュー
7M Pictures
I’ve never been much of a car nut. Nor have I been much for a testosterone-fueled B.S. nut. Consequently, when the original “The Fast and the Furious” hit theaters nearly ten years ago, I wasn’t all that excited to see it.
Tony Medley
This opens with a bang and picks up speed from there. The opening is so mind-boggling it drew gasps and applause from my screening of film critics, most of whom have seen just about everything there is to see in movies.
CinemaDope
C’mon, admit it. It may be the muscle cars and outrageous, CG-sweetened stunts that drive the F&F franchise, but the real reason you want to see “Fast Five,” the fourth sequel to 2001’s “The Fast and the Furious,” is the promise of a ’roid rage mano a...
Aisle Seat
Much of my frustration with Fast Five comes from the fact that the series did drift so far away from what I initially liked about it. Watching people race tricked-out sports cars through city streets while eluding the cops was fun.
iHaveNet.com
As adolescent male power fantasies go, "Fast Five" has an undeniable trashy charm.
Wild Speed: Mega Maxレビュー
7M Pictures
I’ve never been much of a car nut. Nor have I been much for a testosterone-fueled B.S. nut. Consequently, when the original “The Fast and the Furious” hit theaters nearly ten years ago, I wasn’t all that excited to see it.
Tony Medley
This opens with a bang and picks up speed from there. The opening is so mind-boggling it drew gasps and applause from my screening of film critics, most of whom have seen just about everything there is to see in movies.
CinemaDope
C’mon, admit it. It may be the muscle cars and outrageous, CG-sweetened stunts that drive the F&F franchise, but the real reason you want to see “Fast Five,” the fourth sequel to 2001’s “The Fast and the Furious,” is the promise of a ’roid rage mano a...
Aisle Seat
Much of my frustration with Fast Five comes from the fact that the series did drift so far away from what I initially liked about it. Watching people race tricked-out sports cars through city streets while eluding the cops was fun.
iHaveNet.com
As adolescent male power fantasies go, "Fast Five" has an undeniable trashy charm.
Crave Online
Fast Five is good. It’s a big, stupid summer blockbuster with nary a thought in its head beyond distracting the audience with big stupid explosions for a couple of hours, but it’s a very good one, filled with charming performances...
FirstShowing.net
Let's just get the engines started. Fast Five is the best film of the Fast and the Furious series. That's actually saying something when you consider the history of fifth installments in established franchises.
Film.com
There’s no question that Fast Five leverages our built-in affection for these characters, almost to the point of saying, “Hey, that’s Vin Diesel as Dom! Whaddya need him to talk for?” It also capitalizes on our enjoyment of fast and furious method
CLIPS
"Fast Five" is a lively popcorn thriller that's sure to please fans of this genre. Loaded with awesome stunts, the car chases and races are only briefly interrupted by plot advances and lightweight performances.
St. Petersburg Times
Fast Five gets your motor running with high-speed racing, flashy crashes ... oh, and a little bit of a plot as a bonus.
Big Picture Big Sound
I'd never seen a "Fast and Furious" movie before. I admit that was out of choice. I love a good actioner as much as (more than?) the next girl, but I always felt like there was just a leetle too much testosterone to handle in that package.
MediaMikes
For those of you not familiar with the “Fast and Furious” series of films, here’s a quick run down:Tough guy can drive anything. Cop who can also drive anything goes undercover. Meets the tough guy’s sister. Falls in love. Hijinx ensues.
TV Guide
There’s a scene midway through Fast Five in which Dom Toretto (Vin Diesel) and Brian O’Conner (Paul Walker) need a fast car and they need one now, so they go to the side of town where the street racers hang out and challenge a guy to a drag.
Miami Herald
The fifth installment of the Fast and Furious franchise is big, loud, long and stupid. Its leading man is a charisma-free block of muscle, and its plot features holes big enough to drive a semi through.
Fan The Fire
The latest in the seemingly-never ending Fast And Furious franchise, now on its fifth outing, surprisingly the films seem to be extending their welcome, not further out-growing it.
Reel Advice
While The fourth film changed the tone and direction of the series, it also felt like it lacked the usual fast-paced action and zooming cars fans were accustomed to. "Fast Five" promises to change that and it did deliver.
Rolling Stone
Bless me father of all critic gods for I have sinned: I liked Fast Five. I watched the cars smashing in IMAX and smiled. And for over two hours, I couldn't wipe the big stupid grin off my face.
The Austin Chronicle
Those renegade street racers reassemble for the fifth installment in the franchise, this time in scenic Rio de Janeiro.
Movies.com
Much like the Harry Potter movies, this franchise improves (sort of) with age.
E! Online
The fifth in the Fast and the Furious franchise of flicks about car thieves and their sweet rides ought to be called The Slow and the Spurious. Featuring a mere two car-chase sequences and a pointlessly padded run time...
Movie Line
Fast Five is not the movie it could be. But maybe it’s the movie it ought to be. Action movies in which the cutting is so frenetic and choppy that you can barely discern who’s coming from where are a nickel a dozen, and Fast Five is one of them.
News Blaze
That disclaimer aside, Fast Five does nevertheless deliver in terms of harmless, high-octane mayhem for folks satiated cinematically by non-stop action and special effects alone.
RopeofSilicon.com
Maybe I over-hyped Fast Five in my own mind. Maybe I expected too much from the adrenaline fueled fifth installment in the increasingly ridiculous franchise. Or perhaps this film just wasn't clicking on all cylinders.
NYDailynews.com
So what if it's only April? "Fast Five" is determined to kick off popcorn season in high-octane style. And while you may not leave enlightened, you'll definitely be entertained.
azcentral.com
As adolescent male-power fantasies go, "Fast Five" has an undeniable trashy charm.
MovieCrypt.com
Fifth time’s the charm.
The ads weren’t kidding when they billed Fast Five as the official start of summer in spite of a pre-May release.
Reel Film Reviews
A slight cut above its immediate predecessor, Fast Five follows Dominic Toretto (Vin Diesel) and Brian O'Conner (Paul Walker) as they assemble an all-star crew of criminals and set out to steal millions of dollars from a ruthless drug lord.
Killer Movie Reviews
FAST FIVE understands its target audience and does nothing to disappoint it. The fifth installment of the FAST AND FURIOUS franchise, not tied by the restrictions of being chronologically later than the previous ones, incorporates many elements...
CinemaBlend.com
There are moments in Fast Five that bend the laws of physics like a Looney Tunes short, and lines of dialogue so bombastic they're unintentionally hilarious.
The A.V. Club
Like a proper action sequel, it's bigger, louder, and sillier than its predecessors, but it's more streamlined, too, smartly dumping the tired underground racing angle in favor of a crisp, hugely satisfying "Ocean's Eleven"-style heist movie.
Entertainment Weekly
High-octane trash, but you will go "Ohhhhhh!"
Time
Fast Five: The First Great Post-Human Movie
The picture delivers the high-octane, testosteronic goods of a warm-weather smash, and maybe the first great film of the post-human era. It's just a shame that every theater showing this nonstop auto race, this animated car-toon, can't be a drive-in.
Chicago Reader
Dwayne Johnson hops aboard as a stern U.S. agent hot on Diesel's trail, and the whole thing progresses to one of the looniest heists of all time. The result is the most exciting, visually jazzy, and absurd entry in the series.
The New York Times
Vrooooom! Vrooooom! Flex ’Em if You Got ’Em
In a free-for-all like this, where the laws of gravity and dictates of narrative logic are left to eat dust, it doesn't matter when anything takes place or why.
The Hollywood Reporter
Fast Five: Film Review
Big crashes, lithe women and roiling testosterone, not to mention the addition of The Rock as a fire-and-brimstone federal agent – there's plenty to pull in the (mostly) young male audience.
Boxoffice Magazine
Features some of the most exhilarating action sequences the screen has seen in years.
San Francisco Chronicle
'Fast Five' review: Get your motor running
It's a movie for audiences who think exuberance in movies is more important than sense or logic and who can laugh at a movie and like it at the same time.
Washington Post
Race down memory lane, again
It delivers the most entertaining "Fast and Furious" adventure while also getting 2011's summer movie season off on the right lead foot.
USA Today
Twists, turns come at a furious pace in 'Fast Five'
Inventive action sequences, deft stunt work and breathtaking cinematography make for revved-up fun.
Chicago Sun-Times
What it all comes down to is a skillfully assembled 130 minutes at the movies, with actors capable of doing absurd things with straight faces, and action sequences that toy idly with the laws of physics.
Boston Globe
As is par for the course in a "Fast and Furious'' movie, the only persuasive physical intimacy is between the men.
MSN
'Fast Five' Accelerates Summer
There are at least five good reasons to like "Fast Five" -- the latest installment in the cops, crooks and cars franchise that began with "The Fast and the Furious" -- and the even more impressive trick is how director Justin Lin takes those five reasons.
Kc
อีกหนึ่งภาพยนตร์ชุด Fast & Furious ที่ได้รับความนิยมล้นหลามมาตลอดจากคอหนังแอ็คชั่นและแฟนๆขาประจำของเหล่ารถแข่ง มาในภาคที่ห้านี้ก็เปิดตัวอย่างประสบความสำเร็จเกินคาด ทั้งในด้านรายได้และคำวิจารณ์ โดยเฉพาะส่วนหลังที่มากขึ้นจาก 4 ก่อนจนน่าประหลาดใจ
MovieXclusive.com
“Fast Five” has more than about justified its existence by being a souped-up, pumped-up, revved-up action movie that floors its throttle from the get-go and doesn’t let up for a full two hours. Yes, there are times when the dialogue borders...
Cut Print Review
Here’s something I didn’t expect: Fast & Furious 5 – or simply Fast Five if you’re in a hurry and not nearly as furious about it – is the most entertaining film thus far in the gas-guzzling franchise.
ABC Radio (Australia)
Let's just get out of the way that this film - the fifth in the franchise - is ludicrous, ridiculous, with some unbelievably silly dialogue, a plot with holes big enough to drive a stolen bank vault through, and without much going on in the acting...
Koimoi.com
Fast & Furious 5 will fare well at the Indian box-office due to the entertainment it offers.
Empire
How to re-ignite an ageing franchise? Drop The Rock on it. The best thing, by far, in Fast Five (aka Fast & Furious 5, aka Rio Heist, aka Who Cares As Long As Things Go Fast), Dwayne Johnson hulks through the movie leaving testosterone trails in his wake.
Hindustan Times
The fifth installment of the globally hot-rod franchise that started with The Fast and the Furious back in 2001 delivers exactly what thrill-seeking gear heads want: explosive action, death-defying heroics and camera caressing heroines and hunks.
Empire Australasia
Making regular cohort Paul Walker appear full of beans and personality, dull Diesel remains a repellent robot onscreen as the fifth Fast And Furious persists with devoting time to the perfunctory characters involved.
Birmingham Mail
IT’S ONLY an excuse to push fast cars far beyond their legal limit and to cause as much physical damage as possible in a new location.
TotalFilm.com
Muscle cars driven by pec-flexing guys watched by girls in hotpants… you’d think the Fast And The Furious franchise would’ve run out of gas by now. Think again.
QNetwork Entertainment
Those who have kept up with the series will recognize that Fast Five is a reunion movie of sorts, bringing together different characters from different sequels and assembling them into the cinematic version of a greatest hits package.
The Sydney Morning Herald
Fifth time's a charm
Vin Diesel, Paul Walker and the rest of the crew are back with more of the same, only bigger, faster and waaay louder - and may God bless them for it.
キャスト
ヴィン・ディーゼル...Dominic Toretto
ポール・ウォーカー...Brian O'Conner
ザ・ロック...Hobbs
Jordana Brewster...Mia Toretto
Tyrese Gibson...Roman Pearce
Ludacris...Tej Parker (as Chris 'Ludacris' Bridges)
Matt Schulze...Vince
Sung Kang...Han
Gal Gadot...Gisele
Tego Calderon...Tego Leo
Don Omar...Rico Santos
Joaquim de Almeida...Hernan Reyes
Elsa Pataky...Elena Neves
Michael Irby...Zizi
Fernando Chien...Wilkes (as Fernando F. Chien)
Alimi Ballard...Fusco
Yorgo Constantine...Chato
Geoff Meed...Macroy
Joseph Melendez...Chief of Police Alemeida
Jeirmarie Osorio...Rosa
Mark Hicks...Capa
Esteban Cueto...Berto
Corey Michael Eubanks...Lanzo
Luis Da Silva Jr....Diogo
Luis Gonzaga...Cash House Door Guard
Carlos Sanchez...Evidence Technician
Pedro García...Conductor
Arturo Gaskins...Croupier
Jay Jackson...Field Reporter
Arlene Santana...Field Reporter
Kent Shocknek...News Anchor
Sharon Tay...News Anchor
Andy Rosa Adler...News Anchor
Benjamin Blankenship...Lead DEA Agent
ミシェル・ロドリゲス...Letty (archive footage) (uncredited)
Johnny Michaels...Convict (uncredited)
Lincoln de Oliveira...Dialect Coach (uncredited)
Mariselle Morales...Hot Beach Girl (uncredited)
Alex Schoenauer...Hedgmen (uncredited)
Natalie Gal...Brazilian (uncredited)
Eva Mendes...Monica Fuentes (uncredited)
William Palmer Jr....Street Car Racer / Dancer (uncredited)
Ralph Ruiz...Gunman (uncredited)
Gregory Marshall Smith...Henchman / Train Passenger / Prison Guard (uncredited)
Richard Tavernaro...Officer Castro (uncredited)
Brian Tester...Reyes Bodyguard (uncredited)
Kevin W. Clark...Background (uncredited)
Orlando Vargas Diaz...South American Kingpin Druglord (uncredited)
Benjamin Easterday...Reyes Henchman / Driver (uncredited)
Randi Lamey...Cocktail Girl (uncredited)
Jason Mignot...Train Passenger (uncredited)
Zach Sale...Brazilian Police Officer (uncredited)
Amanda Salinas...Party Girl (uncredited)
Melody Smith...Rio Girl (uncredited)
Tommy Dallace...Shadow Ryder (uncredited)
L. Stephanie Ray...Evidence Technician (uncredited)
Antonio Echeverria...Driver (uncredited)
Jerry Lantigua...Brazilian Police (uncredited)
スタッフ
Director:ジャスティン・リン
Producer:ニール・H・モリッツ (producer)
ヴィン・ディーゼル (producer)
Michael Fottrell (producer)
Thomas Hayslip (associate producer)
Amanda Lewis (executive producer)
Fernando Serzedelo (line producer: Brazil)
Samantha Vincent (executive producer)
ジャスティン・リン (executive producer)
Leeann Stonebreaker (associate producer)
Writer:Chris Morgan (written by)
Gary Scott Thompson (characters)
Composer:ブライアン・タイラー
Cinematographer:Stephen F. Windon (director of photography)
Editing:Kelly Matsumoto
Christian Wagner
Fred Raskin
Casting:Debra Zane
Production Design:Peter Wenham
Art Director:Beat Frutiger
Andrew Neskoromny
Thomas Valentine (supervising art director)
Set Decorator:Bob Kensinger
Costume Design:Sanja Milkovic Hays
Makeup:Claudia Breckenridge (assistant hair stylist: train unit)
Loretta James-Demasi (key make-up: train unit)
James MacKinnon (assistant department head makeup)
Margarita Pidgeon (key hair stylist: train unit)
Yolanda Sheridan (makeup artist)
Rachel Solow (barber: Dwayne Johnson)
Nicole Sortillon (makeup artist)
Christien Tinsley (makeup artist: Vin Diesel)
Denise Tunnell (makeup artist)
John Blake (makeup department head)
Jo Jo Stephens (key hair stylist)
Dominique Borrel (makeup artist: second unit)
Char Coats-Crump (makeup artist)
Mary Fennello (makeup artist)
Sherri Zebeck (key makeup artist: second unit)
Nikki Bell (hair stylist)
Production Management:Vincent Agostino (unit production manager: train unit)
Thomas Hayslip (production supervisor)
Santiago Quinones (production supervisor: Georgia)
Lisa Rodgers (post-production supervisor)
Fernando Zagallo (production manager: Brazil)
Gregg Edler (production supervisor: additional photography)
Leeann Stonebreaker (production supervisor: second unit, Puerto Rico)
United States29 4月 2011
Australia20 4月 2011
Korea, Republic of20 4月 2011
United Kingdom21 4月 2011
BelarusBelarus28 4月 2011
Germany28 4月 2011
Kazakhstan28 4月 2011
Russian Federation28 4月 2011
Ukraine28 4月 2011
Canada29 4月 2011
Lithuania29 4月 2011
Romania29 4月 2011
Spain29 4月 2011
Turkey29 4月 2011
Finland4 5月 2011
France4 5月 2011
Italy4 5月 2011
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Sweden4 5月 2011
Argentina5 5月 2011
Czech Republic5 5月 2011
Denmark5 5月 2011
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Hungary5 5月 2011
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Netherlands5 5月 2011
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Singapore22 9月 2011
Slovakia5 5月 2011
Thailand5 5月 2011
Estonia6 5月 2011
IcelandIceland6 5月 2011
India6 5月 2011
Poland6 5月 2011
Venezuela6 5月 2011
Japan23 9月 2011
Ireland21 4月 2011
Belgium4 5月 2011
Norway4 5月 2011
Philippines4 5月 2011
Brazil15 4月 2011
Chile5 5月 2011
GeorgiaGeorgia5 5月 2011
KuwaitKuwait5 5月 2011
Peru5 5月 2011
Bulgaria6 5月 2011
Colombia6 5月 2011
Pakistan6 5月 2011
Panama6 5月 2011
Taiwan6 5月 2011
Indonesia12 8月 2011
Bangladesh31 8月 2011
Croatia5 5月 2011