RS (rainbowstevie) wrote,

Popping in quickly to question one thing:

I am about to suffer "The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift" out of sheer stubborn determination to watch the entire series in the order it was produced, even though this is the redheaded stepchild movie that has basically no connection to anything else* and I will probably hate it. The summary talks about a "teenager" being sent to live in Japan and create the title plot, but so far, the camera has only focused on this one nameless guy and I'm getting a sneaking suspicion that I have to ask:

AM I SUPPOSED TO TAKE THIS BURLY, CLEARLY GROWN MAN currently starring as the male agent on "NCIS: New Orleans" [Lucas Black] seriously as a teenager? A high school teenager?? Because even in 2005 or whenever this was filmed, this dude was over 22 and looking near 30, and yet he is the first one billed on IMDB, so I guess I am?


(this is straight-up ridiculous. If he is doing anything on a high school campus, it's clearly teaching. Maybe being the principal. Or the worst undercover cop ever.)

[*edit: turns out this movie will retroactively be made important, so it's good I watched it when I did. Probably. Or maybe it would have been better after the 6th movie; I dunno]
Tags: loltastic, movies, the fast and the furious

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