Fast and Furious 6 is coming out at your local theatre on May 24th. I didn't see the previous 5 Hollywood extravaganzas, but my guess is they are all on the same mission; that is to throw so much "Armaggedon" intensity of explosions that one's brain begins to feel like it is being microwaved. In the trailer, it seemed like the only thing that didn't get blown up was an aircraft carrier and the Effiel Tower. What is it about watching non-stop inferno that is so captivating? Does it have anything to do with our "inner child" that wasn't't allowed to play with matches?