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  • DVD, Artificial EyeVin Diesel and The Rock revitalise the franchise by driving even faster and more, um, furiouser.

    This week's new DVD & Blu-ray

  • Having as much sex as I am now, the STDs are coming faster and furiouser.

    Late, Late at Night

  • Well, you see he got drunk and walloped us, and mother said she weren't going to slave herself for a animal like him, so when he came home drunk she wouldn't give him nothing to eat, and that made him furiouser.

    'Our Guy' or, The elder brother

  • But father he got worse, and wouldn't work no how, and he was always gettin 'took up, and then when they let him out of jail he was furiouser than ever.

    'Our Guy' or, The elder brother

  • Events are curiouser and curiouser - or, leaving Alice behind in Wonderland, things are furiouser and furiouser.

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  • Congratulations next years slate of movies will include faster and furiouser, mall cop 2 paul blarts revenge. welcome to hell

    Entertainment Weekly's Hollywood Insider

  • Thanks for proving my point justin timberlake invaliduser Mon, Apr 6, 2009 at 01: 58 PM EST retards and fast cars! congrats america now will be exposed to more retread sequels. paul blart, knowing, faster and furiouser?

    Entertainment Weekly's Hollywood Insider

  • It doesn't get much faster and, er, furiouser than this: the fourth Fast & Furious movie revved up an unbelievable $72.5 million over the weekend, the biggest box office take of the year so far ...

    Blogrunner

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