Fast and Furious

Reply Sat 18 Apr, 2015 11:54 pm
Why the film named Fast and Furious rather than Speed and Passion´╝č
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Reply Sun 19 Apr, 2015 12:25 am
Alliteration, probably.
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Reply Sun 19 Apr, 2015 12:28 am
I agree with Roger. English has a tradition of both reiteration and alliteration which goes back to Anglo-Saxon. After all, it is fitting and proper.
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Reply Sun 19 Apr, 2015 05:56 am
I just saw Fast and Furious Seven last night.

Bad acting, gratuitous violence, predicable plot, jumpy editing, sloppy sentimental part at the end.

I still liked it and would encourage anyone who does not want to think about anything serious for over 2 hours to see it.
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Reply Mon 20 Apr, 2015 12:09 pm
SherryShaw wrote:

Why the film named Fast and Furious rather than Speed and Passion´╝č

The studio probably ran a focus group on the title. Speed in the title would confuse the general audience with an association with the Sandra Bollock/Keanu Reeves franchise. Passion was a tad to girlie/chick lit-ish.
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Michael Lalwani
Reply Mon 27 Apr, 2015 04:29 am
Fast and Furious name describe racy synonym that's why and the first impact of movie was huge on Hollywood.
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Reply Fri 8 May, 2015 04:58 am
rhyme. maybe
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