The ultimate Fast & Furious list ranking each movie from worst to best as voted by you.
Once the latest Fast and Furious trailer dropped for Fast & Furious 9, we thought it would be about time to sit back and reflect on all the movies (including Tokyo Drift) from one of the most successful film franchises ever – having grossed $5.9B according to CNBC report.
From street racing, to driving cars through high-rise towers, out of planes and of course tanks and submarines, it’s fair to say the Fast and Furious franchise has not be low on action – but with all the next level craziness, which movie is the best of the best?
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Sure we could make our own opinion on which Fast & Furious movie was the best, but we thought it would be more fun to let you decide and have the power of the people to select which was the best.
A spate of high-speed robberies in LA brings street racer Dominic Toretto and his crew under the LAPD scanner. FBI agent Brian goes undercover and befriends Toretto in a bid to investigate the matter.
Dominic and his family are caught in a quagmire when Shaw's brother seeks bloody revenge. They must not only deal with their enemy but also save a crucial programme from falling into the wrong hands.
Rotten Tomatoes: 82%
Dom and Brian travel from one country to another, trying to throw the authorities off their scent. Now they have to bring their team together one more time while being chased by a federal agent.
Rotten Tomatoes: 77%
Dominic Toretto, an ex-convict, and an FBI agent, Brian O'Connor, wish to take down heroin importer, Arturo Braga. However, they must team up and overcome their distrust to be successful.
Rotten Tomatoes: 28%
Hobbs is tasked with catching a team of mercenary drivers who manage to evade him every time. However, he enlists the help of Dominic and his team in exchange for full pardons for their past crimes.
Rotten Tomatoes: 70%
Dom encounters a mysterious woman, Cipher, who gets him involved in the world of terrorism. The crew has to reunite to stop Cipher and save the man who brought them together as a family.
Rotten Tomatoes: 67%