2 Fast 2 Furious

2 Fast 2 Furious (2003)

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Corrected entry: After the first street race the police come and when Brian gets back into the GTR he doesn't switch the engine on, even after turning it off moments before.

00:14:10

Correction: Brian never turned the engine off.

Corrected entry: It's completely crazy to reverse while travelling such a high speed in the spin scene at the highway. This can be harmful to the engine as well as the gear box. In fact, not only harmful, but most likely destructive.

Correction: You can travel at whatever speed you want in reverse provided the gear ratio is setup correctly. Having a reverse gear that does 100km/h is possible, but trying to reverse out of a driveway using such a ratio would be like trying to take of in 4th gear. It's not practical to run a gear ratio of this size, but that's not to say that it can't be done.

Corrected entry: When Brian and Rome kick the windshield out of the Camaro, it falls on the hood of the car. The shot goes wide as they begin to reverse, and there is no windshield on the hood, and not even any glass shards on the hood or dashboard.

01:34:30

rswarrior

Correction: When the shot widens and the Camaro reverses, the windshield that O'Conner and Rome kicked out slid down the hood to the ground.

Corrected entry: The ESDs could never work the way they're supposed to. Those three prongs are connected to the outer shell of the car and would not be able to send any voltage/electronic message to the ECU of the car and affect the car the way it did (brakes, engine revs, etc).

Correction: The body of the car is attached to the frame. All of the electronics of the car are grounded to the frame. So if you put power to the grounds it would short out all the circuits, causing the ECU to fail. But steering and brakes are not controlled by the ECU, the cars would just slowly come to a stop.

Corrected entry: Brian turns up to the first race and suggests upping the stakes. They are upped, but everyone has the right amount of money in bundles. They didn't know the stakes would be raised, and certainly not to what. So it's near impossible that all 3 would have the exactly right bundles of money.

00:06:00

A Demon Premium member

Correction: Just because people don't behave like you would doesn't make it a mistake. There's no reason to think that people gambling on street racing wouldn't have more money with them than the stakes would be. Plus, money (at least in the US) comes bundled in specific amounts and gamblers (of all types) would know and bet based on these bundles.

Bishop73

Corrected entry: The number of bullet holes in the blue car's window at the end changes instantly.

01:38:20

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Correction: The number on the windshield right before showing Verone hearing a gunshot is 4. The 5th comes from the shot you hear while they are showing the boat.

Corrected entry: When Brian lands after the bridge jump, if you look closely you can see he brakes. The last thing he would do in a race is brake.

00:12:00

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Correction: Of course you have to brake in a race. There's any number of reasons for it. First and foremost he is carrying too much speed, and losing control, setting up for a corner, possibly something began shimmying at speed (very likely after doing a jump), there's tons of reasons he might have had to brake.

Corrected entry: When Brian is playing chicken with Fonzi, the first shot establishes that the cars are only about a second apart from each other. Yet they have at least 5 seconds before they pass. At their combined speed, they would travel the entire quarter mile in only 5 seconds.

LorgSkyegon

Correction: The shot is probably not done in real-time but in slow motion for dramatic effect.

GameBlade

Corrected entry: In the scene where Brian arrives at the race in his skyline, there is no GTR at the race. However, you can clearly see the GTR during the race.

00:04:30 - 00:09:15

Correction: During the nearly 7 minute race, there are no scenes which show a GTR. When Brian arrives at the beginning of the race, there is a brief overhead shot of the crowd and cars, which does not show all the cars there. There's more than enough time for the GTR to show up for the end of the 7 minute race. If you mean the GTR badge on Brian's car, you need to specify there is no emblem, and where it is, or should be.

rswarrior

Corrected entry: When Brian and Roman drive to the impound yard they skid to a stop, which kicks up a lot of dust that settles on their cars. When they arrive back at Carter's, the cars are spotless.

00:32:30 - 00:34:05

Correction: The amount of dust that lands is very minamal, when they arrive the dust can't be seen due to the length of the shot.

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Corrected entry: When the driver of the Supra crashes, look closely and you'll see the rear bumper come off. But when he climbs out, it's still on.

00:12:45

Correction: I've watched my version and can't see this mistake at any point even with slow-mo.

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Corrected entry: Right after Brian hands the money over to Tej at the first race, he walks over to his car and it seems that he's about to get into the car. But MUCH later we actually see him approaching his car again, opening the door, spotting Monica and getting in.

00:06:00

Correction: If it seems like he is going to get into his car, he might get distracted by something off camera then walks back and spots Monica.

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Corrected entry: In the scene where Brian and Rome get out of the customs office and discuss a whole new strategy, Brian calls Tej and asks him for help. Brian is wearing a blue shirt and Rome is wearing a white tank top. In the next scene, Brian and Rome are wearing completely new outfits, but when they have a look at the stored cars, they are wearing the previous outfits again (blue shirt, white tank top). And in the next scene it's the same again: While they are sharing memories at sunset, Brian is wearing his grey shirt again and Rome wears also his previous outfit.

01:07:30 - 01:08:25

Correction: While it's most likely a mistake, given these are separate scenes there's no definite continuity error here.

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Corrected entry: When Rome and Brian go to collect Verone's money there is a grey Dodge parked outside of the trailer home. Just before Enrique opens the door, in the lower left hand corner the cameraman is backing up.

01:12:25

Correction: It could well be Enrique's partner, Brian or Rome.

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Corrected entry: Even though Roman is "parked so close to the derby" this would not satisfy the house arrest thing. For one you have to have a phone for the ankle bracelet and I doubt that cell phones work, since that would defeat the purpose.

00:20:00

EMTurbo

Correction: We never see inside Rome's caravan/trailer so he could have a main phone line.

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Corrected entry: When Brian and Rome are going to rescue Monica, they are talking the whole time as to what next to do. We see several edited-in backgrounds at every close-up, and in one of Rome's closeups we see a road pointing straight at the car. This would be impossible, the road where Brian and Rome are driving is parallel to the sea, and that would mean that this street would lead right into the sea.

01:31:20

Correction: We don't see the other side of it though - any reason it couldn't just be a T-junction joining their road?

Corrected entry: In one of the last scenes, Rome says something about "... stay here in Miami to keep you out of trouble bro". There's a close-up of Brian, and Rome's visible in the right corner as he starts to speak, but his mouth doesn't move.

01:33:30

Correction: Rome only goes "hmm" which dosen't require you to open your mouth. Then when he is out of shot he carries on.

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Corrected entry: In the scene towards the end when Brian and Rome jump onto the back of the boat, Rome complains of a broken arm and Brian hits his head and is holding his forehead with his hand and reveals a bruise. Back on land, the bruise is gone.

01:32:15

Correction: It's not a bruise it is actually a shadow cast by the way his hands are positioned. This is why it's not visible on land.

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Corrected entry: When Brian is racing the blue muscle car, you can see that the blue car's numberplate is "Year One", but when the "ejecto seato" is being talked about it has a different numberplate.

00:46:15 - 01:09:05

Correction: The "Year One" plate is only on the front. When racing for the cars, and when adding some extra Nitrous the plates are always "Year One" on the front and normal on the back.

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Corrected entry: In the highway scene, with all of the potential employees racing to the boatyard, just before the shot of the Mustang going between the two trucks, there is a frame or two of a boat being towed on a trailer, then suddenly it's replaced by the Mustang shot.

00:29:50

Correction: The shot is from the left of the left lorry. It shows the mustang going down the right side of the left lorry meaning it's going between the two. Not a mistake.

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There is one error in the Tag Team race: the street is not that long. (I should know, because my dad works on that street.) In the movie, it took a little while to finish getting down that street which was unbelievable, especially at the speed they were going. In reality, if you were to race down that street from where they started (without turning back) it would take you an estimated eight to nine seconds.

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