2 Fast 2 Furious

  • 12
  • John Singleton (2003)
  • US / Ger
  • 102 min
2 Fast 2 Furious
Film Review
Reviewed By
3 out of 5

You'll miss Vin Diesel - model-turned-actor Tyrese is no substitute for the gravel-voiced hunk - and the crude story here is lower-octane than its predecessor. But director John Singleton's splashily shallow sequel provides enough revved-up cheap thrills to make the grade as loud dumb fun. Paul Walker is back - and blanker than ever - as the discredited cop, forced to go under cover to infiltrate the evil empire of Miami drugs baron Cole Hauser. Just about on his side are his old illegal street racing pal Tyrese and Hauser's mistress (played by Eva Mendes). How they halt Hauser's escape into wealthy exile without help from the apparently inept FBI is entertaining if pretty standard-issue stuff (clue: it involves lots and lots of cars). This 75-million-dollar-movie has the best special effects and stunt work Hollywood money can buy, yet for most of its running time it feels like little more than a souped-up B-movie.

Plot Summary

Action thriller starring Paul Walker. Disgraced cop Brian O'Conner is given the chance to redeem himself by going under cover to entrap a powerful Miami drugs baron.

Cast and crew


Brian O'Conner
Paul Walker
Roman Pearce
Tyrese Gibson
Monica Fuentes
Eva Mendes
Carter Verone
Cole Hauser
Chris "Ludacris" Bridges
Agent Markham
James Remar
Agent Bilkins
Thom Barry
Slap Jack
Michael Ealy
Detective Whitworth
Mark Boone Junior
Devon Aoki


John Singleton

Other Information

Theatrical distributor: 
Violence, swearing, sexual situations.
Available on video, DVD and BluRay
Released 20 Jun 2003
Certificate 12
Universal Pictures