Fast Five
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Continuity mistake: Throughout the entire vault chase scene, the condition of Dom and Brian's car windows switch between being damaged and perfectly intact. (01:42:20)

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Continuity mistake: In the scene where Gisele is pointing a gun at Roman, Gisele's finger moves from on the trigger guard to the trigger in different shots. (00:41:25)

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Continuity mistake: As the cars are being stolen from the train car, they're violently dropped onto the ground, yet they don't have a scratch on them. The best example is the vintage Corvette that Vin Diesel drives out of the train car. The car falls at least 6 feet, landing on the front left corner of the bumper, yet seconds later, the car is in perfect condition. (00:14:40)

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Visible crew/equipment: When Mia and Brian are about to jump off the roof, when a gunman takes aim there's a cameraman to the bottom right below him. (00:32:35)

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Continuity mistake: When Hobbs and Dom are fighting, there is a shot where there is a yellow hammer by Hobbs' head, which disappears instantly. (01:32:25)

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Continuity mistake: The hole in the plastic which is around the vault Han ordered changes after Tej says "You got a 100 million dollars in a safe, are you going to put somebody else's handprint on it?" This is easiest to spot around the palm scanner: at first, it is completely free, but after that line, the plastic suddenly hangs in front of it. (01:05:40)

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Continuity mistake: There is one point during the vault scene where a cop is leaning out the passenger window shooting at Brian and Dom while driving down the pavement. However when that car crashes just 2 seconds later, he's not in the window, which has been wound up. (01:47:50)

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Continuity mistake: At the start we see Mia driving a Honda NSX with with the aerial up. Camera changes and the aerial is gone. (00:01:20)

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Revealing mistake: When Dom is on the bridge and swerving with the safe, tyre marks from previous takes can be seen on the ground. (01:46:50)

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Revealing mistake: At the start when Mia and Brian are rescuing Dom, we see Mia do a handbrake turn. Look at the ground and there are skid marks visible from previous takes. (00:02:00)

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Other mistake: In the scene where Toretto and Hobbs are fighting, the fight is so violent that Toretto's eyes are run through glass, faces are smashed into concrete and beat endlessly. Yet when the fight is over, the next scene shows both with not so much as a mark on their faces. (01:28:00)

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Roman Pearce: You only live once, lets do this!

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Trivia: Hobbs never smiles until the end of the movie.

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Question: Something I didn't quite understand: when Hobbs and his team learn of Reyes from getting the information of the owner of the car, Neves says that if there's anything illegal going on in Rio that Reyes is involved. Then later in the film when Dom goes to her place to get his necklace, they talk and she says "Reyes owns this favela now". It seemed as though she did not show her knowledge of Reyes to Hobbs and his team by her use of "If". So is that a character mistake or was she pretending?

Answer: You probably didn't understand that when she spoke to Hobbs, she meant that Reyes is behind everything illegal. Not a mistake.

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