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Rotten: With insulting action sequences and a tacked-on love scene, the movie quickly veers into a downward spiral.
- Andrew J. McGlinn, FILMINK (Australia), Thursday, June 24, 2010
Rotten: I had less problems with the characters and more trouble with the actual action, which felt really antiseptic to me.
- Ben Mankiewicz, At the Movies, Tuesday, December 2, 2008
I didn't expect much at all, except some good fight scenes, a loose plot and action. It delivered. If you have seen the first two films, you know what to expect. It's more of the same.
- FireStormStudios, Friday, October 15, 2010
It's definitely my favorite entry in the series, managing to be the most serious and realistic in terms of storyline and action. Jason Statham proves himself to be the most powerful man to ever drive a car professionally, taking down anything in his warpath. I loved the addition of Natalya Rudakova, making for Frank's best love interest. Robert Knepper is also the best villain in the series, even though he doesn't do much physically he happens to be the most intimidating. It's a rare event in which the trilogy ends on a high note, this certainly does.
- ythelastman89, Thursday, August 12, 2010