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Tokyo Drift felt really out of place in the timeline. Nothing seemed to add up because it was assumed the events occurred either completely independent of Dom's realm, or perhaps directly after 2 Fast 2 Furious based on Dom's appearance at the end of the film. The writers did an amazing job re-introducing Han into the big picture by giving him a small yet ...


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Watch the movies in this order if you want to know: The Fast And The Furious [2001] 2 Fast 2 Furious [2003] Fast And Furious [2009] Fast Five [2011] Fast and furious 6 [2013] (don't forget to watch the mini clip at the end!) The Fast And The Furious: Tokyo Drift [2006]


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Why do people become "fast and furious"? It's not to break speed records. They're thrill seekers. They just happen to center their thrills (mostly) on fast cars, but they do get off on robbing people. They've shown that time and time again, from small gas trucks to the wealthiest person in an entire country. Han was chasing the thrill of ripping off the ...


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Based on @BlueMoon93's comment, it would probably be safe to say that it can be attributed to Tokyo Drift being non-canon (partially anyway) and perhaps a mistake on writer's part in Fast & Furious 6 - Han becomes rich after Fast Five which was released in 2011, Tokyo Drift had come out five years before in 2006. The film writers, at the time of ...


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