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THE LITTER BOX — Few things are more exciting in a movie than a great car chase. Fast and reckless driving is never OK in real life, but in movies is face-meltingly cool.
That's why you all love the "Fast and Furious" franchise so much. Stop. Just stop. You're not fooling anyone. You say you hate it, but you know a part of you is saying, "I could totally watch one of those right now." I know that's true because I am one of those people. They've made nine movies, and we all keep going to see them to the tune of billions of dollars.
You don't have to admit it to everyone that you love those movies, but know you're going to love the latest installment of the franchise, "The Fast and the Fur-ious: Living Room Drift."
The filmmakers didn't drop hundreds of millions into this production budget, and the movie is only 17 seconds long, but it's pretty fantastic.
Here's the set up:
Dominic Purr-etto and Tabby O'Conner went undercover to expose an underground catnip cartel turning their beloved streets into drug-fueled bedlam of cat-atonic residents. Things get personal when Purr-etto's sister and Tabby's love, Meow Purr-etto, is taken hostage by the fur-mitable catnip kingpin, Owen Paw.
What ensues is a car chase for the ages as Purr-etto persues Paw resulting in an epic slow-motion drift sequence. How does it end? Do Purr-etto and Tabby catch Paw and get Meow back? Do they even make that turn? Well, those are all answers you'll find in the blockbuster sequel, "Fast and Fur-ious: Paws and Claws."
Until then, enjoy the latest and possibly most exciting entry to the franchise.