Contrary to common belief, we're just fuel for cars, not the other way around. F&F 6 is less about human fascination with cars than it is the autos' own dream of existence, where humans are an annoying but necessary encumbrance to the shiny, straightforward Nirvana of endless straight concrete thoroughfares and metallic urban metropolises. Cars dream of pretty electric people.
It follows the same path of the previous installment but only a bit less succesfully. The obvious lack of verosimilitud is compensated by humor. Nevertheless, with a forthcoming new entrance it seems that the formula is growing tiresome and it will have to reinvent once again, although that seems unlikely for a movie about fast cars and muscles.
Despite two really cool action scenes there's just too much whatever story that got boring, especially since this is the only film in the franchise I've seen so I don't care about the characters like others might. This and like half the film is made up of insert shots of gear shifting!