So, since Brian let Dominic go at the beginning of the first film, he's been repenting in a monastery and hiding from his bosses. Now that this cushion of fib is out of the way, here's what Moviehole says about the plot: Mia (Brewster) is back for less-than-happy reasons. Michelle Rodriguez's character is gone, having crashed and burned (an eerie link to the possibilities of her driving in real life), and Mia has to deliver Letty's car to her brother, Dominic. Meanwhile, Brian has served time for letting D go, but is getting an out -- if he stops Braga, a crime boss and drug importer, he's free. If you want even more particulars, check out the source. So yeah, the flick should do well -- it's got all the basics for crime, action, sexiness, and a whole new collection of MTV awards.
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