Check out these wild continuity and realism errors in The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift.
Tokyo Drift will go down in Fast and Furious history as being the underdog. Some might even say the odd one out. Despite the bad reviews after its release, Tokyo Drift is now considered one of the best Fast and Furious movies ever made. But, like its prequels and sequels, it too has some Hollywood flavour that kills realism and adds a false sense of what the world of drifting and street racing is all about. That's understandable, but what isn't is blatant bad editing and directing!
For example, before the first race between the Viper and the Monte Carlo, you see a lady take off her bra and throw it up in the air a few metres in front of the car. Then the scene cuts to both cars dropping the clutch as the race begins, but the bra lands what seems to be like 50 metres down the road.
Next, during the same race, when the Viper crashes, the scene is inverted and that makes the car seem like it changed from a left-hand drive car to a right-hand drive.
Another one is when you get introduced to the main character's father who is a major in the Navy. In real life, there is no such thing as a major in the Navy.
Take a look at the video below by YouTube channel, Craig Lieberman, on Wild Errors In Tokyo Drift.
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