Starring: Vin Diesel, Michelle Rodriguez, Jordana Brewster, Tyrese Gibson, Chris “Ludacris” Bridges, John Cena, Nathalie Emmanuel, Helen Mirren, Charlize Theron, Michael Rooker
OUR RATING: ★★½
Action adventure sequel, also known as F9, directed by Justin Lin. The story follows Dominic Toretto (Vin Diesel) and his family, who must face Dominic’s younger brother, Jakob (John Cena), a deadly assassin, who is working with their old enemy, Cipher (Charlize Theron).
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Our Favorite Quotes:'You've got to make peace with the past if you want hope for the future.' - Buddy (F9) Click To Tweet 'Nothing's more powerful than the love of family. But you turn that into anger and resentment, nothing's more dangerous.' - Magdalene Shaw (F9) Click To Tweet
Jack Toretto: It’s not about being the stronger man, Dom. It’s about being the bigger one.
Dominic Toretto: [to Little Brian] Remember what your daddy told you. Be precise in life. It can make all the difference.
Dominic Toretto: We’re not on call anymore.
Roman: Wait, wait. Dom, this is Cipher. The woman who killed the mother of your child.
Dominic Toretto: Things change.
Little Brian: Daddy, do you know where God is?
Dominic Toretto: Where is God?
Little Brian: In your heart.
Dominic Toretto: He’s in your heart too. And you know something? I’ll always be in your heart.
Letty: This isn’t who we are.
Dominic Toretto: Brian and Mia got out of the game when they became parents.
Letty: We’re not them.
Letty: I’ll take point.
Dominic Toretto: Careful.
Letty: Careful’s when you get hurt.
Tej: Please don’t tell me you’re thinking what I think you’re thinking.
Roman: Why? What does “peligro minas” mean?
Dominic Toretto: Tej, how fast?
Tej: I don’t know, man.
Roman: Somebody answer me! What does “peligro minas” mean?
Ramsey: “Peligro minas” means “danger, land mines”!
Roman: My speedometer only goes up to seventy. What do I do?!
Tej: You put your foot to that floor, and you pray!
Tej: Roman, you good?
Roman: My a** is en fuego!
Tej: [to Roman] How in the hell are you not dead?
Tej: [as they’re approaching the edge of a cliff] Oh, hell no.
Roman: Are we supposed to drive across that?
Ramsey: Well, I said it looked like a bridge!
Letty: You knew about Jakob?
Tej: Question. Who is Jakob?
Letty: Jakob is, or was Dom’s brother.
Roman: Oh, my bad. I’m sorry. I’m just processing. Brother? You got a brother? Who also happens to be some kind of super spy with his own private army? Who drives literally like a bat out of hell? Who preplanned an aerial jump, and landed at the bottom of an airplane? Who does that?
Tej: Who does that? A Toretto.
Kenny Linder: [to Young Dom] Man, what is it with you Torettos where you’re all the heroes in your own stories? Look, I’m going to tell you a secret. You, your dad, and me, we’re all stuck, going round and round in the same s**tty circle. And we ain’t never getting out.
Otto: I simply cannot believe that magnet trick actually worked. It looked so damn cool.
Otto: [referring to Cipher] You know, I look at her, and I feel creeped out. And sort of turned on at the same time. Is that weird?
Cipher: You snatched me off Mr. Nobody’s plane midair without a scratch, and you took him down. Money well spent.
Cipher: East LA is a tough enough place to grow up. But it was your brother’s shadow that turned you into this. Isn’t it? So your whole life, you pushed yourself to be faster than Dom. Smarter than Dom. Stronger than Dom. Tell me, do you hate him enough that it keeps you up at night? Still? All these years later?
Cipher: I should’ve just hired you instead of coercing your brother a couple of years back.
Jakob: I don’t work for the competition.
Cipher: That’s cute. You thinking you’re the competition.
Jakob: Says the woman in the box.
Cipher: Say you get what you’re after. A weapon so dangerous it shouldn’t exist for another half century. What would you do with it? Launch some global attack? Sell it to the highest bidder? Or maybe you see yourself as a necessary shock to the system. I bet all you ever wanted was a hug.
Jakob: You read my psych eval. Good for you.
Cipher: I read your second-grade report card. That’s what I do.
Cipher: [to Jakob] Your chin, it’s distinctive. I know the Torettos have quite the mixed bloodlines, but I never detected a Nordic strain.
Cipher: Qasar Khan.
Cipher: Genghis Khan’s little brother. Nobody’s heard of him either.
Roman: If a Ninja Turtle pop out on me, tell you right now, I’m out.
Dominic Toretto: Whoever Jakob has become, and whatever he’s up to, it’s on me. And me alone.
Roman: No. Whatever’s on you, it’s on us.
Roman: Y’all ever thought about how many wild missions we been on? How we somehow always survive?
Roman: Think about this. We’ve now been on insane missions around the world, doing what most would say is damn near impossible. And I ain’t got one single scar to show for it? I mean, look at my jacket. Those are bullet holes from fourteen dudes trying to take my head clean off its shoulders. We’ve taken out cars, trains, tanks. I’m not going to even mention the submarine.
Tej: And yet we’re still here.
Tej: Ramsey, what happens when you test a theory over and over again, only to come to the same result?
Ramsey: A hypothesis becomes fact. But you’re not actually suggesting that…
Tej: I don’t know, but when the improbable happens again and again, that’s more than luck. Maybe we’re not so normal.
Roman: That’s what I’m saying. We are not normal.
Ramsey: Just to clarify, are you two maybe suggesting that we’re what, invincible?
Tej: Maybe. Or maybe, you’re just a dumba**. Take your dumba** jacket with you, man.
Dominic Toretto: You miss the old life?
Letty: Do you?
Dominic Toretto: Every day.
Mia: Jakob’s my brother too. I need to be here.
Dominic Toretto: You get involved here, you put everything you have at risk. Your kids and the whole world that you built.
Mia: We’re all risking something. Dom, listen to me. My kids and yours are in the safest hands possible.
Letty: With Brian.
Mia: Our world’s grown, Dom. I got this one.
Young Dom: Dom. What are you guys in for?
Young Leo: Driving while brown.
Young Dom: Car don’t make the driver.
Young Dom: Here’s how this goes. You win, you can come back home. You lose, you keep driving, you don’t stop, you don’t ever come back. Ever.
Young Jakob: What do you mean, Dom?
Young Dom: I know what you did. The day we lost him, dad kept talking about a misfire. Remember? You were the last one under his hood that day. A minute later, he was gone. Tell me why you killed dad. Now let’s race.
Buddy: The worst thing you can do to a Toretto is take away their family. That’s what you did to Jakob. You’ve got people who love you, count on you, care for you. He ain’t got no one. You get in his way, this ain’t going to end until one of you guys are in the ground.
Buddy: [to Dom] You’ve got to make peace with the past if you want hope for the future.
Buddy: Dom. I hope you find your peace.
Dominic Toretto: The chance for peace died that day on the track.
Letty: Just as I was remembering who I was, everything changed. It slowed down. There’s peace for me in the chaos. It’s like I need to face the world head-on or something to feel alive. Seeing Little Brian hiding in a hole because we had unexpected company, that got to me. We never used to hide.
Mia: Hey, Dom’s my brother, but you will always be my sister.
Letty: Funny how we all have secrets.
Earl: Kind of hard for you to do anything when you pee your pants every time you fly, Twinkie.
Tej: Did I hear that right? You a runner and you afraid of flying?
Roman: So you must be Ding Dong and Sno Ball. Right?
Twinkie: Yoh, I don’t go by that name anymore.
Tej: You went by that name ever?
Roman: Like, ever?
Sean: Hey, fellas. Y’all seen ten-second cars? Well, say hello to the two-second car.
Tej: Is that a Pontiac Fiero strapped to a rocket engine?
Earl: Impressive, I know.
Tej: No. No, that’s not impressive.
Roman: I’m confused. Y’all didn’t actually beat the jet.
Twinkie: It didn’t explode.
Sean: Yeah, or melt. Yeah. She’s still in one piece.
Roman: [as the car explodes] You mean “pieces”?
Tej: Look, we heard y’all could get us some wheels. Preferably the kind that don’t explode. Is that possible?
Sean: Well, the Honda dealership’s about three thousand miles that way.
Tej: Dominic Toretto sent us.
Earl: Who’s Dominic Toretto?
Dominic Toretto: The word on the street is you got locked up.
Magdalene Shaw: Yeah, well, in and out, you know.
Dominic Toretto: When are they going to learn? Some birds can’t be caged.
Magdalene Shaw: You do the driving, I’ll cut you in for fifteen percent.
Dominic Toretto: My thieving days are over.
Magdalene Shaw: Mine ain’t. You coming?
Magdalene Shaw: This geezer was about your height, actually. Similar features. Oh, bloody hell, he’s not your cousin or something, is he?
Dominic Toretto: He’s my brother.
Magdalene Shaw: [to Dom, as they’re being chased] Get the hand brake for me, would you, darling?
Magdalene Shaw: [to Dom] Glad I’m not the only one with a family full of eccentrics. He offered payment for something else. You.
Magdalene Shaw: You know, nothing’s more powerful than the love of family. But you turn that into anger and resentment, nothing’s more dangerous.
Magdalene Shaw: Dom, don’t get yourself killed, okay? You’re my favorite American.
Jakob: The brother you’re looking for, he’s from an old life. He’s long gone.
Dominic Toretto: All I see is the same scared little kid that killed our father.
Jakob: That’s your mistake. The spy game, this is my world.
Jakob: So here’s my offer. It’s the same one you gave me. You leave. Now. You drive away, and you never come back. Ever.
Dominic Toretto: A deal? I showed you mercy! And I won’t show it to you again.
Jakob: You keep digging around in the past, Dom, you’re not going to like what you find.
Otto: [to Jakob] And here I thought my dad was a pain in the a**. But your family is a train wreck.
Tej: Feels like we looking for Where’s Waldo in Harry Potter world.
Ramsey: Yeah, strong argument there, Tej, but tracking chips follow the chip. Before we know it, we’d be chasing some expensive yet tacky jacket to the dry cleaner’s.
Tej: You see anything suspicious?
Roman: Where do I start? First of all, all of this looks a little spooky. I even seen these two ladies walking with George Washington wigs on their head from the 1700s. I feel like I’m in Transylvania or some damn where.
Roman: Ramsey, we’re looking everywhere. I just grew a new bunion. This is hopeless.
Ramsey: Okay, this is a bad time to tell you this, but I don’t drive. Okay? I never got my license. I don’t know how to drive. And, you know, no one really drives in London. Okay? And that is not my contribution to this group.
Otto: Okay, listen up! I want fifty of the best men! I want guns! I want wheels, freaking X-wing fighters. I don’t care! The Millennium Falcon. Chewbacca if you can get ahold of him. Money’s no object. Go.
Otto: What’s so funny?
Cipher: I was thinking, if this was a movie, this would be the moment where the villain has an unexpected setback, overcompensates without thinking it through, and gets crushed by the good guys.
Otto: No offense, but you have no idea what we’re about to do. And for the record, we’re the good guys.
Otto: Me? I’m Luke freaking Skywalker.
Cipher: Are you sure about that? I mean, I get the daddy issues. But look at what you’ve built. Really? Luke?
Otto: You’re right. No, I’m more of a Han Solo.
Cipher: No. You’re Yoda.
Otto: Yoda? No. The little green guy?
Otto: No. Ah, s**t. I’ll take it. Because he’s a powerful Jedi. Right?
Cipher: No. Yoda’s a puppet. With someone’s hand up his a**.
Jakob: So what now, Dom?
Dominic Toretto: No one outruns their past. And yours just caught up to you.
Letty: [as they enter their headquarters] Hey, guys. Surprise.
Han: Nice clubhouse.
Roman: How are you still alive?
Han: Well, after Gisele died, I didn’t know what to do. I was aimless. Lost.
Roman: Absolutely. But can you get to the part where the car exploded, and you’re still alive?
Roman: But you got killed in a car crash, Han.
Han: Mr. Nobody had a way of making things look real.
Han: My death…
Elle: Became the best way to stay alive.
Jakob: You know the only good thing to come from dad dying? If he hadn’t, I’d have spent my entire life in your shadow. And now you’re going to spend the rest of yours living in mine.
Dominic Toretto: Only good thing about dad dying was he didn’t have to watch what you became. You never deserved the Toretto name.
Jakob: [referring to their father] We were in deep debt. Because of how he felt about you, he had to ask me for help. How was I supposed to know that car was going to blow?
Dominic Toretto: A good son would’ve said no. And a real brother would’ve come to me.
Jakob: Come to you? He made me promise you would never find out. And through all of it, I kept that promise.
Dominic Toretto: [to Jakob] I will stop you. And that’s my promise.
Jack Toretto: Dom. Tell me what you see, son. See, cars like this are immortal. ’70 Chargers are designed so well that if you take care of them, they’ll run for a hundred years.
Younger Dom: Immortal?
Jack Toretto: Just like a family, Dom. Build it right, you take care of it, it’ll live beyond you.
Dominic Toretto: You came to me, Letty.
Letty: None of it is worth a thing if I lose you. Do you hear me?
Dominic Toretto: Is this who we are?
Mia: We need help. Otherwise, we have no chance.
Dominic Toretto: We do it ourselves.
Letty: It’s where we’ve been that got us this far.
Roman: No. No, no, no, no, no. Do y’all not understand? Clearly, y’all don’t. Because if you did, you’d be pi**ing your pants like a normal person. Orbit. That’s outer space. That’s another level. What we going to do? Hijack a space shuttle? Put rockets on our backs?
Dominic Toretto: That’s exactly what we’re going to do.
Roman: Are you really patching yourself up with duct tape?
Tej: Yes. I don’t know if you noticed or not, but this whole operation is Band-Aids and duct tape.
Roman: Man, this is insane. We are headed to outer space. You’re acting like we on our way to Home Depot.
Roman: This is ridiculous, man. I’m about to abort this whole mission and take my Black a** home.
Tej: We’re literally going to be in a perpetual freefall.
Roman: Freefall? What does that even mean?
Tej: Roman, it means numbers don’t lie. As long as we obey the laws of physics, then we’ll be fine, okay? It’s just all math and science.
Roman: I knew I should’ve listened to my teachers.
Earl: If we don’t get them high enough, these guys are going to be pancakes at IHOP before the coffee even gets to the table.
Tej: Hey! We can still hear you!
Roman: What we supposed to be doing with these old-a** suits that ain’t been used since World War I?
Tej: Oh, I’m sorry. Astronauts R Us was closed for shopping today. Listen, these suits are
just like space suits. They both account for pressure differential. Only thing is we may blow up like balloons just a little bit. That’s the only difference.
Sean: You guys ready for a five count?
Roman: No, man! I’m barely ready to go scuba diving in this old-a** thing.
Tej: Don’t listen to him. We ready!
Tej: Yes, I said “we”! I thought you was invincible. Let’s see how invincible your Black a** is after this. Punch it!
Roman: No! Tej! Oh, my God! I don’t want to die!
Roman: We’re in outer space!
Tej: Told you numbers don’t lie.
Roman: This is crazy, bro!
Tej: [as the wrappers are floating around them] Man, how much candy did you eat?
Roman: Well, I eat candy when I get nervous.
Roman: Tej, numbers is what you do, right? Driving is what I do.
Roman: Two dudes from the ghetto, outer space. You know ain’t nobody going to believe us, right?
Tej: You’re right.
Jakob: You’re a spoiled rich p**ck, and I’m going to kill you.
Otto: Oh, man, I am so sorry. No one told you, huh? Spoiled rich p**cks run the world.
Mia: Dom, we don’t get out of here now, we’re dead.
Dominic Toretto: Letty, drop back and line up with the front tires.
Dominic Toretto: If we can’t slow it and we can’t punch through, we flip it, and we hit the underside.
Letty: Dom, I can’t get to you.
Jakob: But I can.
Roman: Let’s smash it. Let’s run it over, right?
Tej: No. If we crash into that satellite, we’ll probably die. And even if we don’t, the fuel that it would take to smash it, we’d be stuck out here forever.
Roman: You got to have faith, bro.
Tej: Faith? Faith is not numbers.
Roman: You know what, Tej? You’re probably right. We’re not invincible. We probably just been lucky this whole time. This might be it. But you know what? If we’re going to go out, let’s go out on top of the world.
Dominic Toretto: There’s going to be a lot of people coming after you, Jake.
Jakob: Yeah. This is the world I chose, Dom.
Dominic Toretto: You know, dad wasn’t perfect. And he loved us all the same. Someone once gave me a ten-second car as a second chance. I owe you that, little brother.
Dominic Toretto: Everything I needed to know about life, I learned on this track.
Young Dom: It’s all going to be okay, Jakob. We got some rough times ahead, but it’s going to be okay. Because we’re family.
Roman: How much longer on this food? Like I’m ready to eat now. I’ve been eating space food for weeks.
Tej: Oh. So Tootsie Rolls are space food? Because that’s all you ate.
Roman: It was fat free, broh.
Tej: Snickers and Twix fat free, too?
Roman: My forehead hungry.
Ramsey: Yeah, okay. I’ll see you later.
Tej: Your forehead is overweight.
Dominic Toretto: You ready to say grace, kid?
Little Brian: But I don’t know what to say.
Dominic Toretto: Oh, it’s easy. Just say whatever is in your heart.
Dominic Toretto: Now, hold on. There’s still an empty chair.
Mia: He’s on the way.
[we see Brian’s car arriving]
Man in Punching Bag: [mid-credits lines] I tell you where the drive is, the plans we stole. I tell you where it is.
Deckard Shaw: You mean this drive? These plans?
Man in Punching Bag: But you already got it.
Deckard Shaw: Yes, mate. How else do you think I stay in this good of shape?
[hears a knock]
Deckard Shaw: Don’t go anywhere.
[Shaw opens to door to reveal Han]