Here's what we have with the third(!) Fast and the Furious movie to be released in the last five years: More loud and pretty cars, more wooden dialogue and a new cast (Lucas Black, Brian Tee, Sung Kang, Bow Wow, Nathalie Kelley) collecting checks while reciting said dialogue.

The Tokyo setting and heavy emphasis on drift rather than street racing allows Tokyo Drift to take the series in a new direction, but that's akin to saying the “orange/banana” gag breaks new ground for knock-knock jokes. The reasons for watching the third film are the same as they were for the other two: lots of vroom, some fancy camerawork, some great chase scenes and even better wrecks.

In that respect, Drift delivers. Just have something else to do – laundry, perhaps, or maybe some bill paying – while the story is in the spotlight.

Extras: Director commentary, deleted scenes, two behind-the-scenes features.

Grade: C