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As per the Movie Mistakes factual errors listing this really couldn't have happened: During the first race a square plate on the floor falls off Brian's Eclipse. The Mitsubishi Eclipse is a unibody car; the frame and body are built as one solid piece, and it does not have floor pans. While some racers might put a steel plate in the interior as a ...


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To the best of my knowledge, it's never stated outright that Harry is in some sort of trouble although it is strongly hinted at with the following dialogue: Harry: Brian, you're messing with my business. When Dominic drives, he's golden. Kids pour in. They want everything he has. Every performance part. They pay cash! Brian: What did Dominic say? ...


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When the "good guy" team is preparing, they mention that they'll start the battle at the crack of dawn. Strategically it's good, because the bad guys will have morning sunlight in their faces, making it harder for them to see. IIRC they also mention that a storm will be rolling in early in the morning. So the battle starts just before sunrise, when it's ...


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When Brian is "arrested" and taken back to the posh house that is being used by the FBI (Agent Bilkins) and Police (Sgt Tanner amoung others) to stage their operation, Harry comes up in conversation... Bilkins: You want time, buy the magazine. We don't have time. Just get me something I can use. Tanner: Is Harry cooperating? Brian: Like a guy ...


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The two films aren't even remotely connected. The idea of family and honor is found throughout the history of movies. This is like asking if Al Pacino's role in The Godfather had anything to do with his role in Scarface. Both are gangster-related, both characters are steeped in family and honor (in fact, he also says the line, "There's only two things I ...


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According to the screenwriter for the movies, Chris Morgan, they expected this "face turn" for Shaw to generate a little controversy. Link to article but relevant parts copied below: ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: You joined the franchise writing the screenplay for Tokyo Drift, the movie that introduced Han. When we first met Deckard, he was killing Han. ...


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For an in-universe answer, the first draft of Furious 7 (then titled Fast & Furious 7) actually featured Sean coming to Los Angeles to work with the crew, much to Roman's dismay as he didn't believe in drifting or that a kid was friends with Han. However, his entrance did not involve going to Tokyo, and rather ending with the hospital scene with Dom ...


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