Okay, there really weren't fast women in this one It got your attention though, right? Now that I think about it, there may have been some fast women in it as extras, but none essential to the plot.
Anyway, "The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift" is the latest installment in the "Fast and the Furious" series. I'd like to say that it was a trilogy and they're ending it with this one; however, I find that very improbable. I'm guessing if anything else, there will at least be a fourth one that goes straight to dvd. If there can be a "Roadhouse 2", there can certainly be a "Fast and Furious 4".
This is another one of those films where you can't be expecting much for a plot. It's purpose is to impress you with impressive driving and flashy vehicles. It does an excellent job at doing that because the acting throughout it was absolutely horrendous.
As bad as some of the players were in this one, overall, it was a vast improvement over the second movie. At least in "Tokyo Drift", even when the driving stunts were over the top, they weren't so ludicrous that you find yourself laughing out loud. I didn't anyway.
I definitely wouldn't go as far as to call this one the best movie in the "Fast and Furious" catalog as some of my younger cousins have indicaated. It was a nice touch tying it to the original by having Vin make a cameo appearance in the end. Still not enough to make it better than the first one, but they get bonus points for the effort.
My rating: C+