In this one, they're joined by the stars of other "Fast and Furious" films in a new story involving cars and crime in Brazil.
The new addition to the cast is Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson as a tough federal agent who's on their tail.
Johnson's big, brutal brawl with Diesel is one of the film's stand-out moments.
It feels like the stars had a good time making this movie.
Paul Walker and Jordana Brewster show their ability to nail it down. Hip-Hop star Christopher "Ludacris" Bridges is a nice surprise and Tyrese Gibson does not disappoint.
But the performances end up taking a back seat to the film's real stars: action and spectacle.
There is destruction galore here. I lost count of all the vehicles ruined and all the people killed. It just doesn't stop.
There are also absolutely far-fetched moments, but they're still a kick to see.
"Fast Five" is clever with ideas and creative in carrying them out. Makes you wonder how they'll top it the next time around.