2 Fast 2 Furious

Featured In Issue 115, December 2006

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Universal Studios Home Entertainment
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For street racing, violence, language, and some sesuality
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John Singleton
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Former cop Brian O'Connor (Walker) puts the pedal to the metal in "2 Fast 2 Furious," a sequel to the action packed flick "The Fast And The Furious." Working for the Feds, together with his buddy Roman Pearce (Tyrese) and the beautiful agent Monica Fuentes (Mendes), the street racers go up against a drug lord (Hauser) and his ruthless gang of thugs. Hang on tight, it's one wild ride! (Tricia Littrell)

Special features include commentary with Director Singleton; a six-minute Turbo Charged Prelude, which is a viewing option before the movie (in case you can't get enough of Paul Walker); six minutes of deleted scenes and three minutes of outtakes; a 10-minute Inside 2 Fast 2 Furious featurette; footage from driving school with Tyrese, Paul, and Devon; three mintues spent tricking out a car; five minutes on the making of the Supercharged Stunts in the movie; a five-minute making-of Ludacris' music video; exclusive spotlights on each actor (Paul, Tyrese, and Devon) and each of their cars (Spyder, Evo VII, and S2000); and an "Animated Anecdotes" subtitle track of facts and information about the production, cast, and other pertinent stats.

With impressively rich colors and incredible detail, the 2.35:1 HD DVD picture ranks near the top of all HD DVD releases to date. Black levels are deep and shadow delineation is well rendered, making for a very dimensional image. (Danny Richelieu)

The Dolby® Digital Plus (labeled as Dolby Digital in the disc's menu) 5.1-channel soundtrack features the same mix with slightly improved fidelity over the previously released DVD. The mix is energetic.(Danny Richelieu)