Berg delivers possibly his best film in a decade, producing something that has elements of a slow burn and a harrowing action adventure tale at the same time.
Once again, the set pieces are off the charts, nearing the pinnacle of being hard to top if your name isn’t Mission: Impossible.
This is a fitting send-off for Paul Walker in a franchise that belonged to him just as much as Vin Diesel.
Kurt Russell digs in and chews scenery like Santa at a pancake buffet, and the results are a joy to watch.
Carpenter created a masterful horror film that speaks to our inherent distrust of one another and our willingness to resort to violence when pressed into a confined, uncomfortable situation.