Everything Wrong with 2 Fast 2 Furious

As gearheads, it’s basically our duty to either be interested in the Fast and ...

As gearheads, it’s basically our duty to either be interested in the Fast and Furious films or whine and complain about how inaccurate they are to real-life automotive situations. Whether or not we can accept them into our lives, I think that the vast majority of us recognize that pretty much nobody behind these films, especially the earlier ones, did the research on how cars or racing actually work and, instead, decided to take a very Hollywood approach to selling movies by sprinkling magic into the mix to make you forget about this and we’re not saying that’s a bad thing. Obviously, in the scheme of things, all of these years and billions of dollars later, they have accomplished their goal.

With a movie like this, that probably isn’t the most accurate to real life, this is where a YouTube channel like Cinema Sins steps in it has a field day. Basically, the premis of the channel is to pick out all the things from a movie that aren’t exactly accurate or might be a little bit too cliché for anyone to be able to stand. As long as you can take it for what it is and appreciate that it’s a fun look at different movies, you’ll be able to get a little bit of a joy out of how they end up critiquing a movie like 2 Fast 2 Furious.

If you follow along with the video below, you’ll be able to watch this funny take on the film that many of us car nuts have seen probably a dozen times, if not more. Being able to see the breakdown of all of the parts that we might’ve made fun of ourselves is a little bit rewarding as they pick apart the movie from start to finish, giving us the rundown and telling us exactly how the folks behind this one cinema sinned big time!

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