Finally I’ve found a film car chase that doesn’t annoy me, and in the most unlikely of places. Movie car chases have, in recent times, given me a problem. You’ll know why: somebody will be driving flat out when a close-up shows them shifting down a gear, or slamming their foot hard on the throttle, as if they wouldn’t already be doing it.

This almost-but-not-quite-happens in Fast & Furious: Hobbs and Shaw, but it doesn’t seem to matter. F&F: H&B has car chases in but isn’t even pretending to be a car film, which I think is the important thing.

Despite having Fast & Furious in the title, it’s a pure brain-out action flick with ludicrous punching, kicking and explosions, and instead of a drag race where two cars take turns to nudge ahead of each other like never happens in real life. So it features a pick-up truck turned into a flamethrower, and a tow truck drifting. While attached to a helicopter. Which is airborne.

Ridiculous stuff, but it’s very well done, and clearly lots of it was actually created in genuine live action stunts with real drivers, flames and a helicopter. Fair play.