None of the movies in the Fast and Furious franchise make any concessions to reality, and that’s what makes them so great. These are their ten most absurdly unrealistic scenes.
When the first Fast and Furious movie was released, I was a 14-year-old in ruby-colored Roxy shorts who didn’t think about anything but Paul Walker, Blink-182, and surfing. I’d obviously never been surfing or even seen the Pacific Ocean, but I really identified with the laid-back SoCal beach vibes sold to me in the … »
Nutty tuner cars bending the laws of physics. Slow-motion leaps across vehicles. The comic relief of Tyrese Gibson's clichés... if you like anything about the Fast & Furious series, it looks like Furious 7 is going to blow your happiness gasket. Also, cars go skydiving. »
The Fast and the Furious films are the ultimate guilty pleasure for any moviegoer that doesn't have to bring a tissue to their theater. They aren't realistic and they aren't ever that good, but they're a dependably fun watch with tons of action, great cars, and terrible cars that are great within the context of the… »
Remember that movie about moving at a high rate of speed while being, er, angrily frenzied? I forget what it was called. Either way, that movie made legend of the tuned Mk4 Toyota Supra. But what's it like to drive one of those things? »
Once again, Uncle Sam is showing his hatred of Nissan Skylines, this time in a physical rather than a regulatory way. Two Nissan Skylines — one featured in The Fast and the Furious — have been condemned by a Wisconsin court to be sent to the crusher. »
Prosecutors in St. Louis have charged two men after they hit and ran over a 17-year-old girl who was acting as the flag girl for their illicit street race. Now associates of one are trying to defend him online. »