We hold the following truths about “The Fast and the Furious” franchise to be self-evident:
That these movies, including the latest, straight-forwardly titled installment, “Fast & Furious 6,” will always be about hot cars that get into epic accidents; action sequences that defy the laws of physics as well as rational thought; and precariously assembled plotlines that aren’t really that important anyway because — oh my Lord, did you just see Tyrese leap onto the roof of that speeding Ford Escort RS 2000 in order to avoid being crushed by a military tank also traveling on a public thoroughfare at an exceptionally high velocity? (The plot of this movie is not relevant.)
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