Corrected entry: In the first race against the red viper, Sean's car is a manual, as we see him use a clutch to change into first gear. But throughout the race we see him moving an automatic transmission gear stick straight up and down to change gear.
Corrected entry: When Han does donuts around the skyline with the pretty girls, he makes a dark circle of tire marks. After Han gets their number, the skid marks disappear as they drive away.
Corrected entry: In the scene where Sean is passing computer notes to Nila in class, Nila's screen is full of Japanese characters but her keyboard is in English. Sean's screen shows the same Japanese characters. In the short time that Sean has been in Japan, he'd be hard pressed to understand what's going on with the language itself, let alone the actual writing.
Corrected entry: In the main characters first race against DK, when DK is just drifting into the up ramp in the carpark, his car jumps two-three metres forwards, indicating where the driver has wiped out and they spliced in another scene.
Corrected entry: In the scene when Sean and DK are racing down the mountain, you see the boost gauge in the Shelby spike. This is not possible, as the Turbo Nissan engine would be fitted with boost regulators such as wastegates and blow-off valves to prevent engine damage.
Corrected entry: In the scene where Han dies, you can see tyre marks on the ground where the stunt crew has been practising (particularly the part where Sean drifts through the crowded square). These marks wouldn't normally be there, as cars don't generally drift through a crowded city centre.
Corrected entry: In nearly all the race scenes as well as the Tokyo chase scene, you can see the skid marks on the road from previous takes.
You may like...
Join the mailing list
Addresses are not passed on to any third party, and are used solely for direct communication from this site. You can unsubscribe at any time.