The Fast and the Furious series is perhaps the best one when it comes to the movies of Vin Diesel and Paul Walker. The combo of these two actors has long been enticing the audience with action to die for and some unbelievable car chasing. Through the years the original team has grown and with it the storyline that every global household has come to like. Addition of global superstars like Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson and Jason Statham has only increased the popularity and competence that was already there. Guess the original ingredients of a dish matter after all. Here is the list of all Fast and Furious movies, ranked from worst to best.
8. 2 Fast 2 Furious (2003)
Undoubtedly the most unnecessary movie of the whole franchise. Taking the series in a whole another direction, it basically does nothing but set up the character of Roman (Tyrese Gibson). That too it does in a way that could’ve been left out if you ask me. Picking up some time after the first part it reunites Brian (Paul Walker) with his ex-con friend Roman, who has since then left the wicked ways. Brian pulls him back however in order to catch the mob boss Verone. Along with his girlfriend Monica (Eva Mendes) Verone handles a drug paddling ring in Miami. They take him down with their classic Grand Theft Auto style while making unnecessary references to the previous part.
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7. Fate of the Furious (2017)
Inspite of being the eighth part this one came quite close to being the worst part of the whole series. Set with the apparent winning formula of the franchise it had everything you can expect from a Fast and Furious movie. It had Vin Diesel, Michelle Rodriguez, The Rock (he’s regular now) along with unnecessarily badass characters like Jason Statham and Charlize Theron. We also had Ludacris and Tyrese for comic relief. But that’s it as far as the plot goes. Out of nowhere a formidable enemy rises up and forces Dom to go against his family and everything he believes in. The audience is made to think he will continue that way for some time only to shatter those dreams in the end. Dom rejoins his family and takes down the same enemy using his all so old school moves. A very predictable and desperate addition to the franchise.