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It’s pedal to the metal action from start to finish in the latest instalment of the Fast & Furious franchise. Whilst undoubtedly part of the same universe, Hobbs & Shaw feels a million miles away from and bears little resemblance to the original from 2001.

Change isn’t necessarily a bad thing. In Fast Five we learned were introduced to new storylines and of course Luke Hobbs (played by Dwayne Johnson). As the title suggests Hobbs links up with Deckard Shaw (the Furious 7 villain played by Jason Statham) to take down the global threat posed by Idris Elba’s cyborg villain Brixton Lore. They are also joined by Shaw’s sister Hattie (played by rising star Vanessa Kirby), in what is almost more of a James Bond film than a Fast & Furious movie.

The cast works incredibly well together and the action, as you’d expect is second to none. The one slight criticism is the run time, at well over two hours the story does at times drag a little. With that said, this Fast & Furious spin off will not disappoint and I’m sure this isn’t the last time we hear from Hobbs & Shaw.