The Fast and The Furious Tokyo Drift


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The Fast and The Furious: Tokyo Drift

Mustang Skyline. Nissan 35OZ. Mazda RX7. Mitsubishi Evo. Cherolet Monte Carlo. Mustang V8. Toyota Chaser. Mazda RX8. What do you think is the common denominator among all these vehicles? Yes, they are one of the hottest in the car racing industry but there is also another factor that groups them all together. These automobiles were featured in the film entitled, The Fast and The Furious: Tokyo Drift. The movie was shown in 2006 which is a spin- off to the first movie.

The Fast and The Furious: Tokyo Drift takes on a novel setting. There is an Asian flair in one of the most bustling metropolis in the world, the capital of Japan. A lot of people think that the film was entirely shot in the city of the land of the rising sun, sorry to burst your bubble but not all scenes, though. There are some parts of the movie that were taken in the northern ghetto borough of Los Angeles in California, specifically in an ethnic enclave.

After watching the The Fast and The Furious: Tokyo Drift, you would surely want to contact Xhibit of MTV and holler him that you want to 'pimp your ride.' Looking at those luxury vehicles being driven like crazy will definitely dawn on yourself to really take good care of your car. However, what you see on the film is not wholly what you think it is. False reality is created in order to show to the viewing public that this and that wreckless damage is badly called for by the plot of the movie.

When The Fast and The Furious: Tokyo Drift was shot, not all the sophisticated vehicles you see in the film were tested. This movie actually applied CGI effects to heighten the dangers in some scenes but not as an exchange for the real deal of stunts. However, the automobiles still dropped a lot of jaws when all were brought to the examination venue of Inside Line and showed to be very much competent despite of. As a matter of fact, the cars cannot even be classified as junk.

More than 200 vehicles were built for The Fast and The Furious: Tokyo Drift. Albeit, not all were optimized to produce an outstanding acceleration figure that passed the standards for the film. Even gripping the skip pad with record adhesiveness was the element that did not qualify for the movie.

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