Anna Friel, Sean Astin, and Kelsey Grammer star in writer-director S.E. DeRose’s romantic drama. A Southern belle becomes a women’s rights activist during the political upheavals of the 1960s. After facing economic hardship for the first time (due to her father’s death), she convinces a congressman to help her introduce legal reforms that will improve the lives and livelihoods of white and black women alike.~Jinko Labitag
Vin DieselDominic Toretto
John CenaJacob Toretto
Michelle RodriguezLetty Ortiz
Lucas BlackSean Boswell
Jim ParrackKenny Linder
Helen MirrenMagdalene Shaw
Tyrese GibsonRoman Pearce
Kurt RussellMr. Nobody
Neal H. MoritzProducer
Daniel CaseyScreen Story
Justin LinScreen Story
Stephen F. WindonCinematographer
Brian TylerComposer (Music Score)
Jan RoelfsProduction Designer
Alan PayneArt Director
Andrew PalmerArt Director
Ashley LamontSupervising Art Director
Erik PolczwartekArt Director
Gavin FitchArt Director
Ravi BansalArt Director
Toby BrittonArt Director
F. Valentino MoralesAssociate Producer
Sanja Milkovic HaysCostume Designer
Amanda KnightMakeup Designer
Bridget O'NeillDepartment Head Makeup
Gary Scott ThompsonCharacter(s) created by
Action and Adventure,Drama
Action Thriller,Chase Movie,Crime Thriller
F9: The Fast Saga
Year of Release
Includes Digital Copy, 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray/Blu-ray
4K Ultra HD Blu-ray, Blu-ray
F9: The Fast Saga [Includes Digital Copy] [4K Ultra HD Blu-ray/Blu-ray] 
It seems like a lot of people review the movies themselves when buying on Best Buy. We all know what the movie is like. Reviews should be of the SteelBook itself and the additions only available on home media releases like this.
With that being said, the additions in the director's cut of the movie alone make purchasing a BluRay copy of Fast 9 worth it for fans of the series. Director's commentary was a real treat too. As with most modern action movie releases and especially with Fast and Furious movies, the sound mixing is awesome and truly puts your home theater system to the test.
The neat SteelBook is just a minor added bonus. It holds the two discs nicely, overlapping one another without touching the discs together. The design is very cool, especially the back, but it could have been made better with a translucent slip cover rather than the useless paper card that covers the back and hangs over the top. It's discarded once the shrink wrap is taken off since it has no way of staying attached. It's a bit of a shame. Considering the content itself on the SteelBook edition is exactly the same as a regular 4K UHD release, the extra $5 for the SteelBook may not be worth it for you.
Also, be mindful when ordering SteelBooks online, if it's shipped in a bubble mailer it's pretty much guaranteed to be dented. Luckily my F9 was delivered in a box, but just keep that in mind and try to find it in store before trying an online purchase. Some of my other Best Buy exclusive SteelBooks arrived pretty squashed.
F9 The Fast Saga (2021)
Fast and Furious is back and better than ever. You have to see to believe. Meant to be seen on the big screen as intended to experience the magical touch of Cinema. Don't let negative reviews and critics take away your chance to enjoy your time with this one. People are so quick to judge these days. Sit back, relax and let your imagination blow you away. You won't be disappointed. Great cast of actors, including an excellent composed score by Brian Tyler and stellar directing. Justin Lin knows how to master and successfully surpass each film from previous directors in the franchise who delivers thrilling, suspenseful, edge of your seat, tremendous, bigger, and better innovative action set pieces involving unique craftsmanship of each sequel improving a strong narrative branch of storytelling that brings the fast family we grow to love all along these years drawing closer to these characters one can relate like it's our story unfolding too. In my opinion, this stands out to be the best in the entire series because this one is special, different, and made for fans alike. People will have different tastes, but you can't deny how insanely good it is. That's what the theaters are all about to escape reality, be enthralled, turn off your brain in the film, and this is one of them. A must-watch movie. Amazing pure entertainment! Wow. I think 2021 this year sure is filled with many surprises that are making their recovery in the film industry to finally release films they accomplish getting moviegoers back to the theaters during this pandemic. And there are still more upcoming releases which I cannot wait to watch.
Vin Diesel's Dom Toretto is leading a quiet life off the grid with Letty and his son, little Brian, but they know that danger always lurks just over their peaceful horizon. This time, that threat will force Dom to confront the sins of his past if he's going to save those he loves most. His crew joins together to stop a world-shattering plot led by the most skilled assassin and high-performance driver they've ever encountered: a man who also happens to be Dom's forsaken brother, Jakob (John Cena, the upcoming The Suicide Squad).
By now the internet is riddled with meme regarding FNF impossible feats as well as Dominic Toretto’s lines about “family”. But this movie was great on so many levels. Yes, some scenes were far fetched, but you know what? They had humor and grace and didn’t feel like the director was trying to convince the audience of something impossible. And the way they brought back characters from previous sequels was such a great surprise.
Honestly, I was skeptical on buying this part of F&F series due to reviews and inputs from fans, but truly this part turned out to be a great one. A lot of actions and jokes. I loved it and I’m glad that I preordered the SteelBook copy.