The Fast and the Furious
2 Fast 2 Furious
Fast and Furious
Fast and Furious: Tokyo Drift
There are 3 characters that I have based my answer on. Han, Dom and Letty who are all dead except Dom. Letty supposedly died in Fast and Furious but Han was alive in the movie so I know Tokyo Drift was last. Toretto was at the end as well. Now, reason why I put Fast Five ahead of Fast and Furious is because in Fast and Furious Dom and Han were hustling together but when the heat was building up on Dom, Han suggested they hit another spot. Dom suggested they should split up because he didn't want Han to be brought down with him the day he was finally caught. Han then mentioned that "there's crazy s*** in Tokyo". I assumed Han then immediately left for Tokyo. When Fast Five came out, Han was still with Dom. I may have 3 and 4 switched but 1,2 and 5 are correct for sure. Just my reasoning. I'm not even a fan of the series but I've seen them enough to know what's going on. That's one reason why the MX-6 isn't popular. It was never in the series.
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The Fast and The Furious
2 Fast 2 Furious
Fast and Furious (4)
The Fast and The Furious: Tokyo Drift
The first and second are self explanatory. The third (being "Fast and Furious") is the "after" story of what Dom and the rest of the gang did (with the Exception of Leon who disappears, and Vince who moves to Brazil - we find this out in "Fast Five") much like "2 Fast 2 Furious" is Brina's "after" story. At the end of Fast and Furious, Dom is on his way to being imprisoned, and "Fast Five" starts off with the same scene, so this explains their sequence. Now, Tokyo Drift is the 5th installment, which was "pre-released as the third film, but it is set roughly in 2013-2014, after Dom and Han finish their big move and we follow a side story (being the main story of "Tokyo Drift") until we meet up with Dom at the end.
Now, my guess is since the ended both those movies with open ends, they're going to make a 6th fast en furious explaining why Letty has been spotted alive in Europe, and showing what Dom does in Japan. Brian will most likely be dropped for this movie.
Sources: I have all five movies, and I am a self-proclaimed Fast and Furious expert considering I've watched a combination of all 5 over 350 times.
I cheated, I went ahead and googled the correct order because I thought the orders given above were wrong. If you go by the release dates (years released) then they are. Since I cheated I won't give the correct order.
Well, Ya i can see why Lady Gaga fans like you don't apreciate F&F movies. If it was Monster Ball you would watch it over and over. You can't help it if your Born this Way .
lol, lady gaga, nice almost comeback. F&F just created and exalted a culture of boy racers, boy ricers, and over glorified import vehicles. It gave very bad rep to racing for a while (specially when all them little [fizzle]ers with a fart canon and a few [fizzle]ing stickers on their cars thought it was cool to roam the streets racing everything but their shadows) and they are, at best, mildly entertaining. The acting and scripting is quite horrendous, and honestly, if your not watching these movies for anything other than the quasi-vehicular and female candy, then I have this movie here called "Twilight" you might like.
PS: Monster's Ball is one hell of a [fizzle]ing movie. Way better in any sense than all the F&F movies combined. And the fact that Halley Berry is all exposed makes it infinitesimally times better than anything you can mention short of porn.
Originally Posted by whitenoyz
Your geese try to take down our planes. Thats close to an act of war.
I don't wanna be a prick here always, but you were 18 when the first one came out, and there is nothing you could ever say that will make me believe that you did not "get into cars" because of that movie. There is no doubt in my mind that you saw the movie, and when you finally got a decent car (mx-6) all you wanted to do was to modify it, regardless of which aspect you wanted to touch.
With all the idiots that came through with fast and furious, I also thank them for having brought light to this "culture" and passion and for making it as popular as it is today.
EDIT: I think the "Monsters Ball" he was referring to was a lady gaga concert as that was her last major tour title.
id say that covers most every car guy that wasnt into cars pre 2001. lol. but i do fully agree also. the car scene was a totally different thing before the first movie came out. we used to just hang out in parking lots. and rice wasnt really seen at all. street racing was a very small portion of the car scene back then.
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