It is time to say goodbye to the “Fast & Furious” franchise, but it’s going to be a long farewell. First up is “Fast X,” which Associated Press critic Mark Kennedy says is monstrously silly and entertaining. There are elements of “Mission: Impossible,” 007 and “John Wick,” as if all the action franchises were somehow merging. “Fast X” reaches into the fifth movie for the seeds to tell a new story of revenge. The film would not be near enough as fun without Jason Momoa, who a full-on psycho, licking a knife clean after killing someone with it. Rated PG-13, it opens Friday.

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