just because a film has a certain actor in it doesn't make it good.
Your wrong sir.... Once an audience grabs ahold of a certain actor in a role then that is who they want to see. Vin was a bad ass in the first one and this one... People diden't care about the franchise without him. It shows in the box office sales.
Same can be said for Knight rider.The Hoff is michael Knight... that's who the fans accept with open arms. Add the hoff in season 2 and I guarentee ratings would go up. That's just how it is.
Uh, no. A movie's/show's QUALITY is not based, solely, on an actor. You can have the greatest actor in the world perfectly cast in the role, and if the rest of the movie sucks... well, that's it then: it sucks.
Success does not equal quality. Tons of garbage is successful. And this movie is a perfect example of it.
The movie was just flat out BORING. Nothing happened that was new or innovative.While the first one broke new ground on racing footage and what not, this one seemed content to sit on it's haunches. The plot was uninspired, but functional. And the timeline thing just kept me confused. Like msKEN
mentioned, we're before TD(I think), but somehow have cars from the future. It didn't make sense.
And yes, that was a mustang with a Cervini
body kit on there.
Seriously, the "Exit Light, Enter Knight" episode of Knight Rider had way more creativity poured into it, and that was a simple bank robbery.