The Fate of the Furious

When a mysterious woman seduces Dom into the world of crime and a betrayal of those closest to him, the crew face trials that will test them as never before.
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Credits: TheMovieDb.

Film Cast:

  • Dominic Toretto: Vin Diesel
  • Deckard Shaw: Jason Statham
  • Luke Hobbs: Dwayne Johnson
  • Letty Ortiz: Michelle Rodriguez
  • Roman Pearce: Tyrese Gibson
  • Tej Parker: Ludacris
  • Cipher: Charlize Theron
  • Mr. Nobody: Kurt Russell
  • Ramsey: Nathalie Emmanuel
  • Owen Shaw: Luke Evans
  • Elena Neves: Elsa Pataky
  • Connor Rhodes: Kristofer Hivju
  • Little Nobody: Scott Eastwood
  • Tac Team Leader: Corey Maher
  • Tego Leo: Tego Calderón
  • Rico Santos: Don Omar
  • DS Allan: Patrick St. Esprit
  • Samantha Hobbs: Eden Estrella
  • Fernando: Janmarco Santiago
  • Miller: Oren Hawxhurst
  • Raldo: Celestino Cornielle
  • Russian Minister of Defense: Olek Krupa
  • Russian Aide: Alexander Babara
  • Russian Lead Driver: Andre Pushkin
  • Russian MMV Driver: Roberts Jekabsons
  • Russian MMV Soldier: Nick Gracer
  • Super Jet Pilot: Gary Weeks
  • Zombie Car Tech: Friday Chamberlain
  • Showroom Employee: Joe Fishel
  • Big Mike: Michael W. Broomer
  • EMP Tech: Sam Hadid
  • Super Jet Tech: Matthew Cornwell
  • Prison Guard: Jason Rhymer
  • Lead Guard: Jeremy Anderson
  • God’s Eye Tech: Peter Hansen
  • Naval Commander: Todd Cole
  • Pink Butterfly Soccer Player: Jordan Baumer
  • Control Tower Soldier: Scott Proctor
  • Haka Performer: Carrie Lee Consolino
  • Haka Performer: Madalyn Defler
  • Haka Performer: Taylor Donaldson
  • Haka Performer: Isabel Downing
  • Haka Performer: Anna Duvall
  • Haka Performer: Jaci Grace Edwards
  • Haka Performer: Reese Edwards
  • Haka Performer: Caylin Ingram
  • Haka Performer: Caroline Kimmel
  • Haka Performer: Katherine Kimmel
  • Haka Performer: Jordan Price
  • Haka Performer: Anna MacKenzie Rogers
  • Haka Performer: Marina Lyn Serra
  • Haka Performer: D66
  • Baby Toretto: James Ayoub
  • Baby Toretto: Carlos De La Hoz
  • Plymouth Owner: Alejandro Bosch
  • Sexy Race Starter: Lisandra Delgado
  • Plymouth Owner’s Dad: Santiago Solis Chavez
  • DJ Tuneup Party: Joyvan Guevara
  • Little Girl Finish Line – Cuba: Brenda Nuñez López
  • Business Woman (uncredited): Anita Farmer Bergman
  • Tourist / Pedestrian (uncredited): Karin Boesler
  • Fish Warehouse Worker (uncredited): Apollo GT
  • Park Girl (uncredited): Yassie Hawkes
  • Russian Soldier (uncredited): Myrom Kingery
  • Special Operative (uncredited): Gary Lavard
  • Magdalene “Queenie” Shaw (uncredited): Helen Mirren
  • Street Vender (uncredited): Pauline Nowakowski
  • NY Businessman / Tourist (uncredited): Charles Poole
  • Russian Assassin (uncredited): Oleg Prudius
  • Berlin Swat (uncredited): William Cowboy Reed
  • Tourist (uncredited): Mark Salas
  • Pedestrian (uncredited): Ramona Schwalbach
  • Soldier (uncredited): Jon Komp Shin
  • CIA Agent (uncredited): Doug Stroup
  • Vendor (uncredited): Branislav R. Tatalovic
  • Street Vendor (uncredited): Alan Tuskes
  • CIA Worker (uncredited): Zachary Vazquez
  • Chess Player (uncredited): Gary Lee Vincent
  • Pedestrian (uncredited): Megan Marie Wilson
  • Tourist (uncredited): Yuliya Zelenskaya
  • Turkish Tourist (uncredited): Özcan Özdemir
  • Commuter (uncredited): Zac Henry
  • Russian Soldier (uncredited): Tait Fletcher
  • Henchman (uncredited): Scott Hunter
  • Prisoner (uncredited): Tyrone C. Wiggins

Film Crew:

  • Sound Designer: Harry Cohen
  • Casting: John Papsidera
  • Editor: Paul Rubell
  • Costume Design: Marlene Stewart
  • Sound Supervisor: Peter Brown
  • Editor: Christian Wagner
  • Second Unit Cinematographer: Jacques Haitkin
  • Conductor: Brian Tyler
  • Characters: Gary Scott Thompson
  • Unit Production Manager: Michael Fottrell
  • Producer: Neal H. Moritz
  • Producer: Vin Diesel
  • Makeup Artist: Paul Pattison
  • Sound Supervisor: Mark P. Stoeckinger
  • Director: F. Gary Gray
  • Art Direction: Andrew Max Cahn
  • Production Design: Bill Brzeski
  • Writer: Chris Morgan
  • Executive Producer: Amanda Lewis
  • Director of Photography: Stephen F. Windon
  • Supervising Music Editor: Paul Rabjohns
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Kelvin McIlwain
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Mike Wassel
  • Executive Producer: Samantha Vincent
  • Set Decoration: Danielle Berman
  • Stunt Double: Tanoai Reed
  • “A” Camera Operator: Geoffrey Haley
  • Pilot: Al Cerullo
  • Unit Production Manager: Carla Raij
  • Stunt Double: Monique Ganderton
  • Pilot: Kevin LaRosa
  • First Assistant Editor: Richard Conkling
  • Second Unit Director: Spiro Razatos
  • Additional Editor: David Kern
  • Line Producer: Finni Johannsson
  • Stunts: Jace Jeanes
  • Stunt Coordinator: J. J. Perry
  • ADR Voice Casting: Barbara Harris
  • Second Assistant Director: Hilbert Hakim
  • Production Sound Mixer: Whit Norris
  • Camera Operator: Christopher Duskin
  • Casting Associate: Deanna Brigidi
  • Local Casting: Tracy Kilpatrick
  • Still Photographer: Matt Kennedy
  • Foley Artist: Gary A. Hecker
  • Special Effects Supervisor: J.D. Schwalm
  • Sound Recordist: Árni Benediktsson
  • Stunt Double: Jef Groff
  • Additional Editor: Dylan Highsmith
  • Stunt Double: John Casino
  • Stunt Double: Myles Humphus
  • Foley Mixer: Randy Singer
  • Boom Operator: Tom Caton
  • Makeup Department Head: James MacKinnon
  • Hairstylist: Dennis Liddiard
  • Costume Illustrator: Christian Cordella
  • Music Editor: Matthew Llewellyn
  • Utility Stunts: Nancy Young
  • Sound Effects Editor: Alan Rankin
  • Construction Coordinator: Bruce DiValerio
  • Foley Artist: Dan O’Connell
  • Stunt Double: Cal Johnson
  • Art Department Coordinator: Stacie McKinnon
  • Stunt Double: Erik Betts
  • Dialogue Editor: David V. Butler
  • Second Unit Director of Photography: Greg Baldi
  • Property Master: Gary Tuers
  • Foley Artist: John T. Cucci
  • Stunt Coordinator: Troy Robinson
  • Foley Artist: Michael J. Broomberg
  • Armorer: Eddie Grisco
  • Stunt Double: Elizabeth Davidovich
  • Extras Casting: Rose Locke
  • Art Department Coordinator: Melani Petrushkin
  • Music Editor: Robb Boyd
  • Sound Re-Recording Mixer: Frank A. Montaño
  • Sound Re-Recording Mixer: Jon Taylor
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Jay Barton
  • Visual Effects Producer: Garv Thorp
  • VFX Editor: Pamela Choules
  • Sound Effects Editor: Hector C. Gika
  • Hair Department Head: Linda D. Flowers
  • Camera Operator: Henry Tirl
  • CG Supervisor: Stuart Farley
  • Rigging Gaffer: Mike Tyson
  • Costume Supervisor: Richard Schoen
  • Key Set Costumer: Marina Marit
  • Sound Designer: Stephen P. Robinson
  • Sound Effects Editor: Scott Wolf
  • Ager/Dyer: Rachel A. Walker
  • “C” Camera Operator: Bill O’Drobinak
  • Script Supervisor: Kim Berner
  • Second Unit Director of Photography: Marc Spicer
  • Supervising Art Director: Desma Murphy
  • Rigging Gaffer: Dana Arnold
  • ADR Supervisor: Bobbi Banks
  • Key Set Costumer: Lorenzo Hearns Jr.
  • Dialogue Editor: Glynna Grimala
  • Unit Publicist: Carol McConnaughey
  • Gaffer: Michael Ambrose
  • Music Editor: Kyle Clausen
  • Makeup Artist: Roxy D’Alonzo
  • Camera Operator: Onofrio Nino Pansini
  • Art Direction: Jonathan Carlos
  • Assistant Editor: Matt Willard
  • ADR Mixer: Paul Drenning
  • Hairstylist: Enzo Angileri
  • Rigging Grip: Ryan Pacheco
  • Key Grip: Les T. Tomita
  • Lead Animator: Liz Bernard
  • Lead Animator: Ellen Hoffmann
  • Set Costumer: Brenda Salivia
  • ADR Mixer: Chris Navarro
  • Art Direction: Jay Pelissier
  • Costumer: Les Morgan
  • Key Hair Stylist: Jennifer Santiago
  • Key Makeup Artist: Autumn Butler
  • Assistant Art Director: Michael Gowen
  • Travel Coordinator: Jacqui Popelka
  • First Assistant Editor: Leslie Webb
  • Production Coordinator: Tom Carson
  • Extras Casting: Christopher Gray
  • Key Costumer: Danny Molaschi
  • Key Makeup Artist: Jacqueline Fernandez
  • Rigging Grip: Brian Bishop
  • First Assistant Editor: James Andrykowski
  • VFX Editor: Guillaume Poulin
  • Costume Supervisor: Edward T. Hanley
  • Makeup Artist: Francesca Tolot
  • Post-Production Manager: Frank Cuomo
  • VFX Supervisor: Jeremiah Sweeney
  • Additional Still Photographer: Quantrell D. Colbert
  • “C” Camera Operator: Richard Cantu
  • “B” Camera Operator: Patrick Rousseau
  • Foley Mixer: James Ashwill
  • Art Department Coordinator: Aimee Athnos
  • Hairstylist: Suzanna Boykin
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Sammy Shikaze
  • ADR Mixer: Jeff Gomillion
  • Casting Associate: Blair Foster
  • Visual Effects Editor: Shae Salmon
  • Visual Effects Editor: Danny Singh
  • First Assistant Director: Cliff Lanning
  • Second Assistant Director: Rhys Summerhayes
  • Boom Operator: James Peterson
  • Stunt Double: Crystal Hooks
  • Assistant Production Coordinator: Thomas Ward
  • CG Supervisor: Raphael Letertre
  • Visual Effects Editor: Céline Zapater
  • Casting Associate: Erin Fragetta
  • Casting Associate: Marie-Thérèse Verbruggen
  • Visual Effects Editor: Patrick Patzschke
  • Makeup Artist: Merc Arceneaux
  • Visual Effects Editor: Craig Sheppard
  • Assistant Costume Designer: Mila Hermanovski
  • Costumer: Korii Young
  • Camera Operator: Adam N. White
  • Camera Operator: Tim Fabrizio
  • Steadicam Operator: Eric Blackburn
  • Underwater Camera: Marc Casey
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Daniel Baker
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Andrew Cheng
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: P.J. Tobyansen
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Thomas Dane Wagener
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Tony Lupoi
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Alex Wang
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Michael Grobe
  • Hairstylist: Curtis Foreman
  • Hairstylist: Andrea Smith
  • Hairstylist: Renè Warnes
  • Aerial Coordinator: Frédéric North
  • Aerial Coordinator: Louis Delavenne
  • Aerial Camera: Jeffrey Steven Brink
  • Drone Operator: Michael Craig Ferguson
  • Animation Director: Bruno Nicko
  • 2D Supervisor: Pranay Agarwal
  • Foley Mixer: Roberto Dominguez Alegria
  • Aerial Camera Technician: Peter Graf
  • Key Costumer: Valerie T. O’Brien
  • Visual Effects Editor: Sivaprayag
  • VFX Editor: Greg Reed
  • Boom Operator: C. Douglas Cameron
  • Casting Assistant: Emily Bohbrink
  • 3D Artist: Aaron Colman-Hayes
  • Stunts: Daniel Hargrave
  • Stunt Double: Kyle Mclean
  • Researcher: Michael Epstein
  • Costumer: Annie Laoparadonchai
  • Ager/Dyer: Liz Oliver
  • Boom Operator: Colt Logan
  • Rigging Grip: Mathias Peralta
  • CG Supervisor: Tsuyoshi Kobayashi
  • CG Supervisor: Goran Backman
  • Matchmove Supervisor: Tricia Kim
  • Gaffer: Vladimir Martínez
  • Rigging Grip: Geoffrey Harper
  • Rigging Grip: Fernando Barrios
  • Animation Supervisor: Mark Della Rosa
  • CG Supervisor: Joel Prager
  • CG Supervisor: Greg Teegarden
  • CG Supervisor: Sushant Acharekar
  • CG Supervisor: Daniel Rath
  • Matchmove Supervisor: Scott Brindley
  • Matchmove Supervisor: Manickam Kathirvel
  • Matchmove Supervisor: Etienne Poulin St-Laurent
  • Pre-Visualization Supervisor: Matt Perrin
  • VFX Supervisor: Jan Stoltz
  • Visual Effects Editor: William Appleby
  • Boom Operator: Benedikt Örn Árnason
  • Armorer: Charlie Guanci III
  • ADR Mixer: Thomas J. O’Connell
  • Songs: Lil Yachty
  • VFX Editor: Mark V. Phillips
  • Foley Mixer: Jack Cucci
  • Assistant Editor: Steven Trapani
  • Transportation Coordinator: Mark Dometrovich
  • Assistant Production Coordinator: Kim Khoo
  • Costumer: Robert Mata
  • Stunt Double: Natalie Padilla
  • Costumer: Kinsey Boydstone
  • Costumer: Jackie Boone
  • Production Secretary: Shelby Q. Warren
  • Transportation Captain: Cindi Randall
  • Transportation Captain: Dave Calaway
  • Assistant Editor: Adoma Ananeh-Firempong
  • Stunt Double: Julius Denem
  • Stunt Double: Jimena Ferrante
  • Stunt Double: Kirk A. Jenkins
  • Production Assistant: Kevin Taylor

Movie Reviews:

  • DanDare: The film starts out on the streets of Cuba with Dom doing some street racing to help out a relative.

    Dom (Vin Diesel) is honeymooning in Cuba with Letty but married bliss does not last for long. A cyber terrorist called Cipher (Charlize Theron) has something on Dom, enough to get him to turn his back on his family and go rogue.

    Hobbs ends up in jail because of Dom’s betrayal. Even worse he is the same block as Deckard Shaw (Jason Statham) the man he put in jail in the last film.

    Mr Nobody (Kurt Russell) manipulates both Hobbs and Shaw to team up, together with Dom’s crew they go after Cipher.

    The film has several big action pieces the best of which are auto-driven cars being hacked an causing mayhem in the streets of New York. The Russian set action scenes on ice being a bit dicey.

    It is still a loud, dumb action picture. Popcorn entertainment.

  • Gimly: Might be the dumbest of the franchise to date, and if nothing else, that’s an achievement. More importantly, _Fate of the Furious_ continues the tradition that the series has upheld since all the way back in the… half-way point: _Fast 5_. That was when these movies actually got bearable, and _Fate of the Furious_ delivers on the promise of that fun.

    _Final rating:★★½ – Had a lot that appealed to me, didn’t quite work as a whole._

  • Reno: **Fast + Eight = Fate**

    We all miss Paul Walker here, but the franchise has grown bigger with more new casts from a couple of previous installments and with this, still counting. Yes, it marks the arrival of Jason Stathom as hinted at the end of the previous part, as well as Charlize Theron in the negative role. And guest appearance of veteran actors. This is where the bald guys rule. One of the most unique franchise.

    This is the costliest film in the series, but did not earn as much as ‘Fast 7’ did. At least it stands second out of the eight. Now the billion dollar club becoming normal. The best thing about this series is, the race days are over. It’s now more a cop-thief kind of cat- mouse action-adventure game that moves all around the globe. It opened in Cuba with a small race, which is what it’s known for, but soon falls back to the manhunt.

    Yep, Toretto abandons his family and disappears. Soon he’ll be found on the wrong side of the battle between the security/secret agency and the international criminal gang. Now it is the clash within the family that involves outsiders too. A new recruit, Deckard Shaw joins the team, alongside Scott Eastwood as Little Nobody. Finding what they’re up to and striking them to avert their plans are followed in the remaining film.

    The original films had awesome automobile stunts, but what was missing is the fist fight, which came to life with more masculinely since Dwayne Johnson’s entry. Now add Stathan as well to it. I hope he stays in the series, rather just for one film as a guest appearance. The regular cast was good as always. The story had a small twist, but mostly predictable. A good film compared to a few earlier films, otherwise a decent watch. Now its time to wait for Fast 9 or is it called Fine!

    _7/10_

  • Per Gunnar Jonsson: home the man who made them a family.

    This movie could easily have been a five out of five stars movie. The story is not that bad but the script and the special effects are absolutely ludicrous. Do not get me wrong, the special effects are, in terms of visual effects quality, really good but they are also utterly unbelievable.

    What kind of total idiot did they put to play out his juvenile wet FX dreams on this one? I do not mind over the top special effects and I do not demand 100% realism, at least not in a movie like this, but the effects in this one is just so unbelievable and unintelligent that it really spoils the fun. Take submarines that outrun speeding cars…while acting as ice breakers at the same time. How the hell did they get the submarine from being propped up in dry dock into the water in less than an hour? Also, this guy seems to think that you can just turn on a nuclear sub from being moth balled to ready to go with the turn of a switch as well. The movie is loaded with stunts like this. Stunts that are so ludicrous that it hurts to think that anyone can be stupid enough to dream that kind of crap up. Maybe the guy thought he was writing the script for a comedy or something.

    It is a bit of a shame since the story itself is not at all bad. I have to went my frustration about another gripe I have here though. The movie blurb is not only misleading but it is blatantly false. The “mysterious woman” do NOT “seduce” Dom into anything. Said woman has a much more sinister plan. To me this was very good indeed. I was very hesitant before seeing this woman since I really did not like the idea of Dom being “seduced” into betraying his friends.

    Well, apart from the above I have to confess that I liked it. It would have gotten five out of five from me if it was not for the unintelligent FX porn in it.

    Vin Diesel and The Rock are great as usual. I have always liked Michelle Rodriquez. The rest are not bad either. Charlize Theron is actually making a fairly charismatic villain as Chiper.

    There are of course a lot of fast (macho) talk and faster cars as well as plenty of things that go boom in the movie. It is a action movie so anyone expecting something else picked the wrong movie. After all, it is the eighth movie in the franchise so if you are surprised over what you got when watching it you must have picked it up by mistake. Even then, seeing Vin Diesel, The Rock, Statham etc… on the cover should have given you some idea. The one star reviews are just nonsense. They usual are. Very few movies deserve a single star. However, a full set of stars, that, it is not getting.

    The movie was enjoyable, fun and action filled but could have been better.

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