Fast & Furious

Fast & Furious (2009)

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Other mistake: Near the beginning of the movie, Vin Diesel kicks open a guy's door and you hear Marcus Fenix from Gears of War. When the camera pans to the TV for a split second, Marcus is not seen anywhere.

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Suggested correction: Marcus Feenix doesn't need to be on screen to be heard. If, for example you are playing online and another player is controlling Marcus, you wouldn't see Marcus on screen every time he speaks as you are controlling Dom Santiago and see the game from his perspective.

BaconIsMyBFF
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Continuity mistake: In the final scene Mia is driving an NSX. The aerial disappears and reappears throughout this scene. (01:34:00)

exovolt
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Suggested correction: Not right car.

It is in fact the NSX that loses its aerial, the picture submitted simply has the circle in the 2nd picture in the wrong spot, which has nothing to do with the mistake being invalid.

Bishop73

Apologies for that.

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Factual error: "Fast and Furious" [4th film] takes place after "The Fast & the Furious" and before "2 Fast 2 Furious. However there's an R35 Nissan Skyline in the film, which didn't exist at that time.

atrain
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Suggested correction: Fast and Furious doesn't take place before 2 Fast 2 Furious. The opening sequence takes place before Tokyo Drift, the rest takes place in 2009.

This entire film (as well as the next two after is) take place before the events of "Tokyo Drift." The beginning of this film, taking place in the Dominican Republic, takes place not too long after the events of the first film, probably around the same time as the events of "2 Fast 2 Furious." The rest of the film takes place quite some time after the events of "2 Fast 2 Furious." It is the 7th film that catches up to and continues after the events of "Tokyo Drift."

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