Presented in preview last Thursday (24), the ninth chapter of the Fast and Furious saga pays a beautiful tribute to the films of the franchise, which ended up being released in chronological order. Therefore, we are listing the correct way to watch the leading up content for those who are going to watch the movie this weekend and want to marathon the saga. Check!
Fast and Furious (2001)
Released as a bet, the Rob Cohen film follows cop Brian O’Conner (Paul Walker) infiltrating the crack world of Los Angeles to investigate a gang of highly skilled thieves behind the wheel who rob trucks to steal electronic devices, like DVD players. He then meets Dominic Toretto (Vin Diesel), to whom he loses a race – and a car – and begins to investigate him and his friends about the thefts.
Turbo Charger (2003)
As a bonus for the second film, this short film shows the aftermath of O’Conner’s decision to facilitate Toretto’s escape, making him a police defector who would then be wanted by the FBI. It lasts a little over five minutes and connects the stories of the first two films.
+ Fast + Furious (2003)
A fugitive from the FBI because of his actions, O’Conner moves to Miami, where he becomes a very talented racing driver with mechanic Tej Parker (Ludacris). However, he was eventually arrested. Because of his former boss, Brian gets a deal to infiltrate and end an Argentinian tycoon’s trafficking scheme. So, he negotiates to choose a partner and calls his old friend Roman Pearce (Tyrese Gibson) to help him.
Los Bandoleros (2009)
In this 20-minute short film, we learn more about the five years of exile that Toretto lived while fleeing the police who roamed the Dominican Republic.
Fast & Furious 4 (2009)
Directed by Justin Lin, this film shows the Toretto family stealing fuel in the Dominican Republic as they attempt to escape the FBI. After discovering that Letty (Michelle Rodríguez) has been murdered, Toretto begins to investigate who was responsible. It turns out that O’Conner, working for the FBI, crosses paths with Toretto and they must work together to overcome the bureaucracy and stop the evil.
Fast & Furious 5: Operation Rio (2011)
Changing the theme of the franchise from “cracks” to “movies of aggression,” Operation Rio leads Toretto to escape prison, when he discovers that O’Conner is hiding in Rio de Janeiro with Mia (Jordana Brewster) , at Vince’s (Matt Schulze). They take a job stealing cars on a train, but everything goes wrong and they are wanted by the DDS, who sends Officer Luke Hobbs (The Rock) to stop them. However, they discover that they have fallen prey to an influential businessman in Rio, so they decide to repay by stealing his hidden fortune.
Fast & Furious 6 (2013)
After the success of the Rio operation, the family enjoys the money and peace of wealth when Hobbs shows up for help. They need an elite team to help end the criminal reign of an organization led by Owen Shaw (Luke Evans). Hobbs then promises that if they help, their criminal records will be erased. They agree and eventually find out that an old friend is involved in this plot. Ultimately, Han has to travel to Tokyo to resolve an issue.
Fast & Furious: Tokyo Challenge (2006)
Escape from the main core, Tokyo Challenge follows the troubles of Sean Boswell (Lucas Black), a troubled teenager who is involved in an accident while on vacation from high school. To avoid being arrested, he moved to live with his father in Tokyo, where he discovered the world of illegal racing and drifting. Inexperienced, he borrows a car from Han (Sung Kang) to challenge a young man with a connection to the Yakuza. He is defeated, destroys the car, and goes to work for Han as a favors collector while trying to learn to drift.
Fast & Furious 7 (2015)
Marked by the untimely death of Paul Walker in the middle of filming, the seventh chapter is directed by James Wan and was the first film in the saga to reach $ 1 billion at the box office. After successfully breaking the record, the Toretto family return to the United States, where they try to live in an ordinary way. But Owen’s brother Deckard Shaw (Jason Statham) vows revenge on those who took out his brother and begins attacking the members one by one. They are eventually intercepted by a mysterious man named Mr. No One (Kurt Russell), who promises to help them stop Shaw if they get a tool called “God’s Eye” for him.
Fast and Furious 8 (2017)
While living his honeymoon in Havana, Dominic Toretto ends up being summoned by the DDS to recover a device in Berlin. However, Dom crashes into Hobbs’ car and steals the device of Cipher (Charlize Theron), a cyberterrorist who kidnapped Toretto’s mistress and her son, whom he didn’t even know existed. The villain intends to use Dom’s forced help to prevent the world’s most famous pilots from thwarting his plan for world domination.
Fast & Furious: Hobbs & Shaw (2019)
Spin-off of the main saga, this film is an adventure set in London on a terrorist organization that has stolen a terrible supervirus. MI6 tries to get him back, but he is protected by a special agent (Idris Elba) who has implants that promote genetic improvement, making him practically a superhuman. Hobbs and Shaw, who hate each other, are therefore called upon to work together and attempt to solve this impossible mission.
Fast & Furious 9
Living in isolation with his family, Toretto is called in to investigate the death of Mr. Nobody. Things change when he learns that the event happened due to a cybernetic artifact that was stolen by his renegade brother, Jakob Toretto (John Cena).
Velozes & Furiosos 9 is showing in Brazilian cinemas.
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