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The Fast and the Furious, Movie, 2001 IMDB

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Also known as:

  • Fast & Furious
  • Velozes & Furiosos (Brazil)
  • Rapide et dangereux (Canada)
  • A todo gas (Spain)
  • Fast and Furious (France)
  • Rápido y furioso (Mexico)
  • Форсаж (Russia)

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antp BE

2005-07-24 21:46

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Its sequel: "2 Fast 2 Furious"

elessar FR

2007-02-16 20:35

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Très bon film que celui-là...pour ceux qui aime le tuning.
C'est dingue ce que les 'ricain sont capable de faire pour leurs voitures, à comparer, nous petit français qui essayons temps bien que mal de les immiter avec nos propres moyens, eh bien...mes compatriotes on encore du souci à ce faire.
Pour en revenir au film, mention spécial à Vin Diesel (Diesel, voitures américaines exclusiment essence comme quoi les contraires s'attirent parfois) avec sa Dodge Charger 1970 munit de sa grosse sortit d'air à triple admission qui ressort du capot...un must!



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antp BE

2007-02-16 22:14

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Ouais enfin c'est un film aussi. Dans la réalité c'est pas toujours comme ça :D

htpandrix US

2007-04-27 04:28

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whaaaaa.. i have seen this movie MANY times and i never saw a chevelle scene with toretto in the desert??? im gonna watch it tonight.

yo01 TH

2007-06-04 02:18

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Ever seen The Fast And The Furious:Tokyo Drift?I,m Making a slideshow and puttin, it on Youtube.com.

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plymubishi US

2007-07-22 03:25

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wheres the accord wagon that hector didnt want to drive because he wanted to go legit? that one of the only cars i wanted to see actually move in the movie.
-thank you

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Wampa-One US

2008-03-14 04:01

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Wampa-One US

2008-03-17 03:50

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CougarTim US

2008-03-17 04:44

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#1: Mitsubishi Diamante
#2: Mazda 626
#3: Mazda, probably a modified Miata
#4: ?
#5: ?
#6: The 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle and a Volkswagen Beetle or Baja Bug
#7: Ford F-Series and Isuzu Rodeo or Honda Passport
#8: ?
#9: ?
#10: There's a 3rd-generation Toyota Celica on the right
#11: Isuzu Rodeo, Nissan pickup, and Mazda B-series pickup
#12: Lincoln Navigator

dwayne US

2008-03-17 05:52

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err... I hate this movie.. brought a whole wave of over sized exhaust tips and bad paint jobs to middle America.. :-X

Wampa-One US

2008-03-17 14:02

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cieraguy US

2008-03-18 23:02

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dwayne wrote err... I hate this movie.. brought a whole wave of over sized exhaust tips and bad paint jobs to middle America.. :-X

I agree... too much rice!

takumi FR

2009-06-07 15:31

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Le meilleur et il le restera toujours

antp BE

2009-07-29 23:16

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Pictures replaced by HD version, few cars added (and few to regroup later probably)

CRAFT372 US

2009-09-16 08:28

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This is my favorite Fast & Furious in the series the reason well they wrecked the least of classic cars in this one and it had the best story line

kazimann IE

2009-12-06 22:22

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Quote Yet, now I only say that there's only one good car in this entire film; the '70 Charger. I'm sure some would agree with me?


I would. Shame they destroyed it.

majorhawke US

2010-10-12 01:54

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dwayne wrote err... I hate this movie.. brought a whole wave of over sized exhaust tips and bad paint jobs to middle America.. :-X


What!!! please, dont dis the tuners/imports like that. Besides, "im just sure you drive a car way nicer then those cars :lol:

And actually this movie was the only good fast and furious, if you wanna talk about ricer cars then watch all the rest of the F&F's, (especially the 4th one). These cars in this movie are not even close to ricers, not only do they look elegent but most of them cars actually are suped up to quite high standurds (which makes them tuner cars, not ricers).

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majorhawke US

2010-10-12 01:59

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leoz wrote
I hear ya. As I've said on this site before, films like this are OK primarilly for 12 year-olds, like when I was that age. Yet, now I only say that there's only one good car in this entire film; the '70 Charger. I'm sure some would agree with me?


Huh........ come on man!! You gotta have some respect for those tuners. I mean, i myself, likes a mid exotic (BMW) but these cars are really something. Before i was 12 i loved this movie, and i still do, and i'm a adult, as i got older i started to pay more attention to the storyline then the cars :lol:

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atom SE

2010-10-12 02:03

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majorhawke wrote ...to pay more attention to the storyline then the cars :lol:


I guess you were disappointed?

majorhawke US

2010-10-16 17:41

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atom wrote

I guess you were disappointed?


no, i kinda just threw that out there just to mention i kinda grew up, but no i wasnt dissapointed of the storyline, the only good fast and furious was this one, second one was alright, and all the rest sucked!!

svdrj US

2010-12-07 21:32

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majorhawke wrote

Huh........ come on man!! You gotta have some respect for those tuners. I mean, i myself, likes a mid exotic (BMW) but these cars are really something. Before i was 12 i loved this movie, and i still do, and i'm a adult, as i got older i started to pay more attention to the storyline then the cars :lol:

when we built the charger, we cut off a blower and bolted it to the hood. You will notice that you never see the belt spinning. or the engine torqing or a fuel injector block or carb under the scoop. . The gar sceene is a 392 achol. motor just sitting in the engine bay. Look how high it sits.

DigitalLuke64DD EN

2011-04-26 21:42

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I always wonder. Since real street racers were in this as extras, along with their actual cars, I always wonder what they do with their cars after they decide to stop racing. I mean, putting stickers, neon lights, subs and massive wings on cars went out style in about... '04? Hell, maybe when 2 Fast 2 Furious came out. And since it's so tasteless, how did they get rid of them? Take all of it and then sell them? Take off the parts and sell 'em to ricers?

majorhawke US

2011-06-20 06:12

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svdrj wrote
when we built the charger, we cut off a blower and bolted it to the hood. You will notice that you never see the belt spinning. or the engine torqing or a fuel injector block or carb under the scoop. . The gar sceene is a 392 achol. motor just sitting in the engine bay. Look how high it sits.


So I take it that you didnt like the cars in the movie?

Interesting though, so you helped build it? Nice, did you help build any of the tuners too? If you did send pictures!!

Nightrider RU

2013-03-09 17:07

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I think I found major goof in movie. During the Peterbilt chase Mia was wearing brown jacket, which later disappeared without a trace.

XeroRamCharger PH

2013-06-05 07:40

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66 Ford Mustang Fastback across Dom's house (Brian pointing a gun at Dom scene)
It was a bit rusty park inside a gate

mister car from 971

2013-12-01 07:39

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RIP Paul Walker...

mike962 DE

2013-12-01 11:20

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RIP Paul Walker

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G-MANN UK

2013-12-01 13:30

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^ How can you get it wrong when it's written right above you? :p

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Klumb3r CL

2014-09-28 23:29

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hobbyDB US

2015-06-15 18:49

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They've made a huge range of model cars from the "Fast and Furious" movies... my favorite ones are the slot cars... Link to "www.hobbydb.com"

Razor440 US

2015-07-15 07:54

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Dammit I like all cars. AND THESE ARE NOT RICERS! And fun fact #284384873737437. The Charger. Was. Chevy. Powered.

Boss429 US

2015-10-20 12:59

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htpandrix wrote whaaaaa.. i have seen this movie MANY times and i never saw a chevelle scene with toretto in the desert??? im gonna watch it tonight.

Watch it until the end credits.

michail2003 UA

2016-07-11 20:30

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All series:
Part 1: The Fast and the Furious
Part 1.2: Turbo Charged Prelude
Part 2: 2 Fast 2 Furious
Part 3: The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift
Part 4: Fast & Furious
Part 4.2: Los Bandoleros
Part 5: Fast Five
Part 6: Furious 6
Part 7: Furious 7
Part 8: The Fate of the Furious

-- Last edit: 2016-12-24 06:01:20

michail2003 UA

2016-07-20 15:28

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Russian name: Форсаж (Forsazh)

CRAFT372 US

2016-10-07 20:17

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I spotted a Ford Mustang fastback in the background
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NCR

2016-11-19 14:47

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[Image: ae86.jpg] Toyota AE86 Corolla Levin during Race Wars

Lowrider88

2019-02-04 19:38

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Salut à tous auriez vous entendu parlé d'un VW Rabbit pickup(vw caddy en europe) de 78 en arrière plan lors de la première course de Dom et Brian?... Il en est question dans un article de wikipedia qui parle de la fameuse jetta de Jesse et de ce Rabbit pickup tous deux préparés par Dennis McCarthy...

Hi to all have you eard about a VW Rabbit pickup truck (vw caddy in europe) of 78 in background of the first race between Dom and Brian?... They talk about it in wikipedia who talks about the famous Jetta of Jesse and of this Rabbit pickup all two prepared by Dennis McCarthy...

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mike962 DE

2019-04-11 00:08

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in 2001 considered valuable now nearly worthless ...


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mike962 DE

2019-05-21 21:16

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I am not sure which looks better

the remastered 4K

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or the old Blu_ray master (which is probably same used on DVD)
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maybe the 4K is a bit too sauturated... but on the other hand the pink hue is gone !!! so if there is interest I may do shots from the remaster !!

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mike962 DE

2019-05-21 21:42

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another example

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dhill_cb7 US

2019-05-21 22:40

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Honestly the 4K is better without the pink hue. Just my .02 ;) Sorry if I am creating more work for you :)

mike962 DE

2019-05-29 17:33

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if there are no objections I will do caps for the main cars and the backround ones where the pink hue is too distracting

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mike962 DE

2019-05-30 18:58

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NitroPlus US

2019-07-04 07:30

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This used to be my childhood movie. It's what got me into cars. Well that and Hot Wheels.

And the older I got, I had a much bigger appreciation for this movie and deeper understanding of the plotlines regarding the movies that come afterwards. I know a lot of people may hate this for the tuner scene, which I can understand, some people see that kind of thing as the automotive equivalent to Tekashi69, but given the rise of the underground racing scene, there was a lot more than flashy modifications. And while I can understand that people might hate the later movies (i.e. The ones after Tokyo Drift) for not being about racing anymore, which I do get but I feel like that's a bit superficial. The Fast and Furious movies were more than just the cars, they were about the camaraderie between Dominic Toretto and the people around him, even if 2, 3, and the upcoming spin-off feature different characters in the leading roles.

If anything, I'd like to compare these movies to Miami Vice, where it takes something that was cool at the time and cranks it up to 11.
The first movie centered around the JDM underground car culture while mixing in the tropes a gritty crime thriller.
The second movie being a bombastic tag-along (which is another way of saying buddy cop without referring to the two leads as police officers) action comedy set in Florida, similar to movies like All About The Benjamin's and Bad Boys II.
The third movie was about touge and drifting, given the popularity of the manga/anime series Initial D at the time.
The fourth movie took a more gritty approach, similar to a lot of action movies around that year, but still retained enough charm of the original.
The fifth movie was a straight up heist action blockbuster.
The sixth was a spy movie with an intriguing twist.
The seventh was a revenge thriller that picks up from the last movie.
The eighth was a techno-thriller with an interesting scene regarding self-driving cars.

And you get the idea.

I personally love these movies. Yeah, they're not groundbreaking or thought-provoking or anything to that effect. They're fun little popcorn flicks with a relatively large emphasis on cars. And that's probably why I love them so much. Sometimes I just want to have fun when watching a movie.

ggj NL

2019-07-24 01:03

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I thought I'd share Craig Lieberman's YouTube channel here. He was the original owner of both Vincent's Maxima and the Supra. He started posting interviews and videos about the cars seen in The Fast And The Furious. It also features a lot of unseen footage. Pretty interesting stuff:

https://www.youtube.com/user/craiglieberman/featured

NitroPlus US

2019-08-10 20:36

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ggj wrote I thought I'd share Craig Lieberman's YouTube channel here. He was the original owner of both Vincent's Maxima and the Supra. He started posting interviews and videos about the cars seen in The Fast And The Furious. It also features a lot of unseen footage. Pretty interesting stuff:

https://www.youtube.com/user/craiglieberman/featured


I saw those videos, and they offer some great insight. I already like these movies, and now I have a much greater understanding for them.

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