Fast & Furious 1-6 / Fast & Furious 7 Sneak Peek (Blu-ray)

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The first six movies from the popular street car racing franchise.

In 'The Fast and the Furious' (2001) undercover cop Brian O'Conner (Paul Walker) is assigned to the Los Angeles illegal street racing scene to search for the criminals behind a string of hijackings. His prime suspect is Dominic Toretto (Vin Diesel), whose passion for Japanese fast cars is only matched by his enthusiasm for stealing hi-tech equipment.

In '2 Fast 2 Furious' (2003) O'Conner finds himself on the trail of another group of underground car enthusiasts. This time the location is Miami, where O'Conner has been making money out of street racing and is asked to bring down the drugs baron Carter Verone (Cole Hauser) in exchange for the wiping clean of his criminal record.

In 'The Fast & the Furious: Tokyo Drift' (2006) street racing loner Sean Boswell (Lucas Black) avoids jail time by absconding to Tokyo to live with his uncle in a cramped apartment. In the land that gave birth to the majority of modified racers on the road, the simple street race has been replaced by drift racing, an even more deadly combination of brutal speed on heart stopping courses. Sean inevitably gets drawn into the racing and the complexities of the underworld which surround it.

In 'Fast & Furious' (2009) fugitive ex-con Dominic Toretto reignites his feud with agent Brian O'Conner on the streets of LA. But as the two men find themselves facing a common enemy in the form of a heroin importer, their attempts to infiltrate his operation result in an unlikely alliance.

In 'Fast & Furious 5' (2011) ex-con Dominic Toretto and his sister Mia (Jordana Brewster) are forced to enlist Brian's help once again as they find themselves cornered by a ruthless drugs gang in Rio de Janeiro. But the Rio gangsters are not the only ones on Dom's tail; wily federal agent Luke Hobbs (Dwayne Johnson) has also been assigned to track down Dom and Brian, and will stop at nothing to corner his prey.

Finally, in 'Fast & Furious 6' (2013), following their lucrative Rio heist, and unable to return home, Dom and the rest of his compatriots are forced to kill time lying low in different locations around the world. When DSS agent Hobbs offers Dom and his crew full pardons in return for taking down Owen Shaw (Luke Evans)'s gang of mercenary drivers, the offer seems too good to pass. But as the rivals head for a showdown on the streets of London, Dom learns that Shaw's second-in-command is none other than his presumed dead former lover, Letty (Michelle Rodriguez).

Product Details

Barcode
5053083036065
Department
Movies & TV
Released
16 Mar 2015
Type
Movies
Format
Blu-ray
Genre
Action
Region
Region B
Language
English
Number of Discs
7
Extras
  • Interactive Menus
  • Scene Access
  • Bonus Footage
  • Other Documentary: Fast and Furious 7 sneak peeks
Age Restriction
15
Supply Source
UK

Movie

Title
Fast and the Furious
Release Year
2001
Language
English
Categories
Action/Adventure / Car/Automobile Racing / Cops / Gangs / Los Angeles, California / Racing / Theatrical Release / Violence
Synopsis
THE FAST AND THE FURIOUS is a nitro-burning joyride that makes outstanding use of special effects, innovative camera work, and a nonstop throbbing soundtrack. From the opening sequence--a high-speed, high-tech truck robbery--the film never drops below the red line. Roaring along at breakneck speed, Dom (Vin Diesel) and his crew meet on the streets of L.A. each night to show off their high-powered racers. When new guy Brian (Paul Walker) wants to add his fuel to the fire, he can't cough up the cash to race, but offers up his car as collateral. In their tiny jacked compacts, Dom, Brian, and Edwin (Ja Rule) burst into a high-gear race with Brian nearly beating perennial champion Dom. But in the final moments, he loses the race and his car. Brian's debt is quickly cleared, however, when he saves Dom both from the cops and from a potentially violent encounter with Johnny Tran (Rick Yune), a rival gang lord. Dom takes Brian under his wing--a decision that disgusts his gang but delights his sister Mia (Jordana Brewster). The gang never suspects that Brian is not who he seems: he is actually an undercover cop, and though he wishes otherwise, he's there to bust Dom for committing the armed truck robbery witnessed in the opening scenes.
Notes
Theatrical release: June 22, 2001
Cast & Crew
Director
Rob Cohen
Star
Vin Diesel / Jordana Brewster / Michelle Rodriguez / Paul Walker / Rick Yune
Screenwriter
David Ayer / Gary Scott Thompson
Composer
Brian Tyler
Executive Producer
Doug Claybourne / John Pogue
Producer
Neal H. Moritz
Music Performer(s)
Ja Rule
Movie Critics
Los Angeles Times
"...An intensely involving entertainment..."
Kevin Thomas (22 Jun 2001, p.8)
USA Today
"...It's a rare treat to see actual heavy metal flip out of control and go crunch....It captures the late-night adrenaline rush of an underground sport that requires beating the law as well as your opponents..."
Susan Wloszczyna (22 Jun 2001, p.4E)
Variety
"...Gritty and gratifying....A really good exploitationer....An attractive cast led by an imposing Van Diesel keeps the personal scenes quite watchable..."
Todd McCarthy (25 Jun 2001, p.19-24)

Movie

Title
2 Fast 2 Furious
Release Year
2003
Language
English
Categories
Action/Adventure / Cops / Crime / FBI Agents / Race Cars / Theatrical Release
Synopsis
The sequel to the racing smash THE FAST AND THE FURIOUS may not have Vin Diesel as its star, but it burns with even higher octane than its predecessor, and a whole lot less extraneous drama. Back in action is undercover cop Brian O'Connor (Paul Walker) whose career has hit the skids since he let Diesel's character escape at the last film's end. He has sunk in status and is now a fringe dweller on the Miami street racing scene. A chance at redemption arrives when the fuzz recruits him to investigate Carter Vellone (Cole Hauser), a top-dog street racer with dangerous drug connections. O'Connor recruits his bickering childhood pal (model/singer Tyrese), now a nitro-burning ex-con from the Diesel school of toughness, to help him pull the bad guys to the curb with a tire-spinning vengeance.

John Singleton (BOYZ IN THE HOOD, HIGHER LEARNING) directed, and obviously had great fun delivering, a straight-up racing thriller that's free of the message-bearing pressure of being a "John Singleton film." 2 FAST fairly roars off the screen with comic book exuberance and a cheerful disregard for anything that gets in the way of its forward momentum. Best of all is Tyrese, a natural, laid-back star--he's not afraid to poke fun at his own shirtless model-boy image and amply compensates for the mighty Vin's absence. Rapper Ludacriss is also memorable as O'Connor's mechanic, as is model Devon Akoi as a cute female racer.
Notes
Theatrical release: June 6, 2003 (NY)
Cast & Crew
Director
John Singleton
Star
Devon Aoki / Cole Hauser / Ludacris / Eva Mendes / James Remar / Tyrese / Paul Walker
Screenwriter
Michael Brandt / Derek Haas
Composer
David Arnold
Executive Producer
Michael Fottrell / Lee R. Mayes
Producer
Neal H. Moritz
Director of Photography
Matthew F. Leonetti
Movie Critics
Chicago Sun-Times
"...2 FAST 2 FURIOUS is a video game crossed with a buddy movie....It's made with skill and style and, boy, is it fast and furious..."
Roger Ebert (6 Jun 2003, p.25)
Rolling Stone
"...2 FAST 2 FURIOUS is loaded with sex on wheels..."
Peter Travers (26 Jun 2003, p.87)
Total Film
"...As sequels go, this is pretty much what you want to see, a movie that retains much of the B-movie flavour of its excitable predecessor..."
Jamie Graham (1 Aug 2003, p.94)
Variety
"...Returning star Paul Walker and star Tyrese establish some peppery onscreen chemistry that injects good-humored rivalry into the narrative filler between high-speed set pieces..."
Todd McCarthy (9 Jun 2003, p.25-31)

Movie

Title
Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift
Release Year
2006
Running Time
106 min
Language
English
Categories
Action/Adventure / Action / Cars/Automobiles / Racing / Theatrical Release
Synopsis
The third in the wildly popular FAST IN THE FURIOUS series--a hybrid of fast cars, hot teens, and fetishized technology--gets a new jolt of energy and style courtesy of young hotshot director Justin Lin, who won raves at Sundance in 2002 for his look at Asian-American teens in BETTER LUCK TOMORROW. Leading man in training Lucas Black stars as sensitive rebel Sean Boswell, who, despite hailing from the poor section of town, vamps up his used car to drag race against the best of them. After numerous racing challenges won--including one against his high school's popular, wealthy quarterback--Boswell gets in trouble with the law one too many times. To escape confinement to a juvenile detention center, Boswell's military father ships him all the way across the world, to that most futuristic, tech-savvy of cities, Tokyo. There, he meets his match in the powerful, cruel D.K. (Brian Tee), who is not only the car racing star of the Japanese underground, but also related to several dangerous Yakuzas (gangsters). Complicating matters is Sean's undeniable (and mutual) attraction to D.K.'s gorgeous girlfriend Neela (Nathalie Kelly). The racing style, he soon learns, is very different in this strange land--a practice known as "drifting" that is more elegant and virtuostic than American-style demolition. Yet if anyone can take on D.K. and his band of Yakuza yeomen, it's this racecar rebel. All the pieces of the action movie puzzle, including sexy stars, nonstop action, and heart-stopping thrills, combine with a stylish aesthetic and energetic soundtrack to make another fine addition to a fantastic franchise. And director Lin is adept at rendering Tokyo a full-dimensional, culturally rich location, rather than a video game backdrop.
Notes
Theatrical Release: June 16, 2006
Cast & Crew
Director
Justin Lin
Star
Lucas Black / Bow Wow / Zachery Ty Bryan / Brian Goodman / Sung Kang / Nathalie Kelley / Kario Salem / Brian Tee
Composer
Brian Tyler
Producer
Neal H. Moritz
Director of Photography
Stephen F. Windon
Editor
Dallas Puett
Production Designer
Ida Random
Costume Designer
Sanja Milkovic Hays

Movie

Title
Fast & Furious
Release Year
2009
Language
English
Alternate Title
Fast and Furious
Categories
Action/Adventure / Action / Car/Automobile Racing / Cars/Automobiles / Los Angeles, California / Race Cars / Revenge / Theatrical Release
Synopsis
This fourth entry in THE FAST AND THE FURIOUS franchise reunites the original stars: Michelle Rodriguez, Paul Walker, Jordana Brewster, and of course the bad dude himself, Vin Diesel. Needless to say, there's going to be a lot of speed and demolition, especially in the fantastic opening truck hijack executed at amazing speeds by Dominic (Diesel) and his sexy partner in crime, Letty (Rodriguez). When Letty gets killed, it's revenge time, with the path of the bad guy leading Dominic back across the border to Los Angeles (where he's still wanted by the law) and into a high-stakes street race in which he's teamed up with his old nemesis, undercover fed Brian O'Conner (Walker). As in the original, Brewster makes a foxy love interest for Walker (she's Dom's kid sister), but there's not much time for kissing: there's races to be won, huge accidents to cause, and shady smuggling plots to foil. Fans of the series should be too busy digging the NO2-powered action to notice if there's anything missing in the storyline, which caterwauls along with gleeful abandon and disregard for logic, sanity, and speed limits. Directed with a sure hand by Justin Lin (TOKYO DRIFT), FAST & FURIOUS features loads of hot babes, and Diesel is as ripped, raging, and gravel-voiced deadpan as ever.
Cast & Crew
Director
Justin Lin
Star
Vin Diesel / Laz Alonso / Jordana Brewster / Tego Calderon / Gal Gadot / John Ortiz / Michelle Rodriguez / Paul Walker / Shea Whigham
Screenwriter
Chris Morgan
Composer
Bryan Tyler
Executive Producer
Amanda Lewis
Producer
Vin Diesel / Michael Fottrell / Neal H. Moritz
Director of Photography
Amir Mokri
Movie Critics
Box Office
"[T]his new film should re-ignite the franchise....FAST & FURIOUS starts off with an action sequence worthy of James Bond's signature openings."
Kirk Honeycutt (2 Apr 2009, )
Entertainment Weekly
"[T]he original gang is reunited in L.A. for a victory lap....Sturdily directed by TOKYO DRIFT's Justin Lin....Here, stick shifts do the talking..." -- Grade: B+
Lisa Schwarzbaum (10 Apr 2009, )
Los Angeles Times
"Lin infuses the necessary full-throttle bits with a dynamic lyricism, choreographing the chaos like a whipped-up jazz-fusion set -- trusting absolutely in the hypnotic power and beauty of strength and movement."
Betsy Sharkey (3 Apr 2009, )
Premiere
"It does an excellent job of filling us in on what has been happening since the original. Plus it sticks to what the series does best, mixing souped-up cars with corny jokes."
(2 Apr 2009, )

Movie

Title
Fast and Furious Collection: 5 and 6
Release Year
2017
Categories
Action/Adventure / Action
Synopsis
The fifth and sixth installments of the mammoth action franchise The Fast & Furious are brought together in this special set. Fast Five (2011) marked the introduction of Agent Hobbs (played by Dwayne Johnson) to the fold, and Fast & Furious 6 (2013) brought back the presumed dead Letty (Michelle Rodriguez). This release also contains Movie Money redeemable for the theatrical release of the eighth installment of the series, The Fate of the Furious.