Double Edged Double Bill Episode 162 – Fast And Furious Determines the Fate of Family

Family, it’s time to gas up your cars and get ready to defy the laws of gravity because we’re talking Fast and Furious! This bizarre franchise has gone from quaint Point Break knock off to the most extravagant blockbusters in recent memory. So, Adam & Thomas are bringing on Fast and Furious fan and member of the Double Edged Double Bill family Ryan Corderman to explore all the weird twists and turns of Dominic Toretto & his team. First, Dwayne Johnson hunts down our crew through Brazil in the groundbreaking heist caper that is Fast Five! Then, the crew splinters off as egos clash behind the scenes of Fate of the Furious! Together, our crew answers the crucial questions. How can the upcoming F9 steer Fast and Furious back in the right direction? Could Tyrese Gibson be the best actor of a generation? Which two films will they choose for next week’s episode on The Terminator franchise? Well, run on the roof of those favelas and try to reach that submarine in time so you can listen to find out!

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