Two big-time movies come out today.
And while Hangover 3 reviews don't exactly make us anxious to rush out and purchase a ticket, most critics seem to agree that Fast & Furious 6 still holds some appeal, even after all these years and installments of the franchise.
Scroll down for a rundown of their reviews...
There's a Road Runneresque sense of madness that's undeniably infectious. If only it was played off characters who had some sense of reality, who weren't such obvious constructions, and who spoke fewer leaden lines. - Detroit News
[The action is] glorious while it lasts, but then the film goes back to figuring out how to keep its oversized vessel from taking on water. And that's more hard work than it's worth. - NPR
If Fast & Furious 6 were any dumber, the script would have been written in crayon ... [But] in terms of sheer action adrenaline, it may be the best film of the franchise. - Fort Worth Star-Telegram
For their own part, Vin Diesel and the "F&F" handlers seem eager to assert how they've molded a series of installments into, yep, a saga, complete with expansive, twisty continuity. - The Boston Globe
Fast & Furious 6 is much like the other Fast & Furious films. Which is to say it does its thing pretty well. - The Washington Post
Happily, amid all the noise, the races -- there's a terrific one through the streets of downtown London -- the crashes and the outlandish stunts, there is some humor, and it's very welcome. - The Associated Press