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The Fast and the Furious is a 2001 action film directed by Rob Cohen from a screenplay by Gary Scott Thompson, David Ayer, and Erik Bergquist, from a story by Thompson. It is the first installment in the Fast & Furious franchise, and stars Paul Walker as Brian O Conner and Vin Diesel as Dominic Toretto, with Michelle Rodriguez and Jordana Brewster in supporting roles. In the film, a recent spate of automobile hijackings causes O Conner, a police officer, to go undercover and befriend Toretto, a local street racer, to investigate the matter.

The Fast and the Furious entered development in late 1998, after Cohen and producer Neal H. Moritz read a Vibe article about illegal street racing in New York City. Thompson and Bergquist wrote the original screenplay that year, with Ayer hired soon after. Various actors were considered for the roles of O Conner and Toretto, with Walker cast in 1998 and then Diesel in early 1999, with the pair attending actual street races in preparation for the film. Principal photography commenced in July 2000 and finished that October, with filming locations primarily including Los Angeles and the surrounding area in southern California. The film s title is borrowed from Roger Corman s 1954 film of the same name.

The Fast and the Furious was originally set to be released worldwide in March 2001, but was postponed until the summer. It premiered at Mann Village Theatre in Los Angeles on June 18, 2001, and was theatrically released in the United States by Universal Pictures on June 22. The film received mixed reviews from critics, with criticism for its screenplay and characterization, but praise for the action sequences and Walker and Diesel s performances, with the film considered their breakthrough roles. The Fast and the Furious was a commercial success, grossing $207 million worldwide, making it the 19th highest-grossing film of 2001. It was followed by the sequel film 2 Fast 2 Furious (2003).


On a deserted highway, a heist crew driving three modified Honda Civics assault a truck carrying electronic goods, steal its cargo, and escape into the night. The following day, a joint Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) and FBI task force sends LAPD officer Brian O Conner undercover to locate the crew. He begins his investigation at Toretto s Market and flirts with its owner Mia, sister of the infamous street racer Dominic Toretto, while Dominic sits in the back office reading a newspaper. Dominic s crew—Vince, Leon, Jesse, and Dom s girlfriend Letty—arrives. Vince, who has a crush on Mia, starts a fight with Brian until Dominic intervenes.

That night, Brian brings a modified 1995 Mitsubishi Eclipse to an illegal street race, hoping to find a lead on the thieves. Dominic arrives in his Mazda RX-7 and initiates a drag race between himself, Brian and two other drivers. Lacking funds, Brian is forced to wager his car. Dominic wins the race after Brian s car malfunctions, but the LAPD arrive before Dom can take the vehicle. Brian helps Dominic escape in the Eclipse, but they accidentally venture into the territory of Dominic s old racing rival, gang leader Johnny Tran and his cousin Lance Nguyen, who destroy the Eclipse. After returning to safety, Dominic reiterates that Brian still owes him a 10 second car .

Brian brings a damaged 1994 Toyota Supra to Dominic s garage as a replacement. Dominic and his crew begin the long process of restoring the vehicle, and Brian starts dating Mia. He also begins investigating Tran, convinced that he is the mastermind behind the truck hijackings. While investigating one garage at night, Brian is discovered by Dominic and Vince. Brian convinces them that he is researching his opponents vehicles for the upcoming desert Race Wars. Together, the trio investigate Tran s garage, discovering a large quantity of electronic goods.

Brian reports the discovery to his superiors and Tran and Lance are arrested. The electronics are proved to have been purchased legally, and Brian is forced to confront his suspicion that Dominic is the true mastermind. Brian is given 36 hours to find the heist crew, as the truckers are now arming themselves to defend against the hijackings. The following day, Dominic and Brian attend Race Wars. There, Jesse wagers his father s MK3 Volkswagen Jetta against Tran in his Honda S2000, but flees with the car after he loses. Tran accuses Dominic of reporting him to the police, causing Dominic to attack him. After security guards break up the fight, Tran demands Dominic recover the vehicle.

That night, Brian witnesses Dominic and his crew leaving and realizes they are the hijackers. He reveals his true identity to Mia and convinces her to help him find the crew. Dominic, Letty, Vince, and Leon attack a semi-trailer truck, intending it to be their final heist. The armed driver shoots Vince and runs Letty off the road. Brian arrives with Mia and rescues Vince. He is forced to reveal his identity to call in emergency medical care to save Vince. Dominic, Mia and the rest of the crew leave before the authorities can arrive.

Some time later, Brian arrives at Dominic s house to apprehend him as Dominic is getting his father s 1970 Dodge Charger R/T out of the garage. He demands Brian leave, since he is not running, but rather going to rescue Jesse who has no one else to look after him. Jesse suddenly arrives at the house and pleads for protection. Tran and Lance perform a drive-by shooting on motorcycles, killing Jesse. Brian and Dominic give chase in their separate vehicles, finding and killing Tran and injuring Lance. Brian then pursues Dominic, with them both eventually acquiescing to a quarter-mile drag race. The pair barely cross a railroad before a train passes, which ends the race in a draw, but Dominic crashes his car into a truck. Instead of arresting him, Brian gives Dominic the keys to his own car, asserting that he still owes him a 10-second car from their first race. Dominic leaves in the Supra as Brian walks away.

In the post-credits scene, Dominic is seen driving through Baja California, Mexico, in a 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS.


  • Paul Walker as Brian O Conner:An LAPD officer sent to infiltrate a crew of hijackers. Mia s love interest.
  • Vin Diesel as Dominic Toretto:Leader of the heist crew and a professional street racer. He was banned from professional racing after a violent retaliatory attack on the man who accidentally killed Dominic s father.
  • Michelle Rodriguez as Letty Ortiz: A member of Dominic s crew and his girlfriend.
  • Jordana Brewster as Mia Toretto: Dominic s sister and owner of the Toretto general store. Brian s love interest.
  • Rick Yune as Johnny Tran: A Vietnamese gang leader and rival of Dominic.
  • Chad Lindberg as Jesse: A member of Dominic s crew. Highly intelligent with math, algebra, and in computing, but he suffers from attention deficit disorder.
  • Johnny Strong as Leon: A member of Dominic s crew.
  • Matt Schulze as Vince: A member of Dominic s crew and his childhood friend. He harbors an unrequited love for Mia.

The central cast is rounded out by Ted Levine and Thom Barry as Tanner and Bilkins respectively, members of the team that organized the investigation to place Brian undercover. Noel Gugliemi appears as Hector, the organizer of the drag race. Musician and rapper Ja Rule and car tuner R.J. de Vera also act as Edwin and Danny, fellow drivers at the drag race who race against Dominic and Brian. Vyto Ruginis plays Harry, an informant and owner of The Racer s Edge. Reggie Lee portrays Lance Nguyen, Tran s cousin, and right-hand man. Neal H. Moritz and Rob Cohen both appear in cameos; Moritz plays an unnamed driver of a black Ferrari F355 convertible who is given a challenge by Brian, while Cohen plays a Pizza Hut delivery man.



Director Rob Cohen was inspired to make the film after reading a 1998 Vibe magazine article called Racer X about street racing in New York City and watching an actual illegal street race at night in Los Angeles, with the screenplay originally developed by Gary Scott Thompson and Erik Bergquist. The film s original title was Redline before it was changed to The Fast and the Furious. Roger Corman licensed the title rights of his 1954 film The Fast and the Furious to Universal so that the title could be used on this project; both films were about racing. David Ayer was brought into the project to help rework the script. Ayer changed it from the mostly white and suburban story set in New York to a diverse one set in Los Angeles.

Producer Neal H. Moritz, who had previously worked with Paul Walker on the film The Skulls (2000), gave the actor a script and offered him the role of Brian O Conner. Eminem was offered the role, but turned it down to work in his own movie 8 Mile and Mark Wahlberg and Christian Bale were also considered for the role. Originally, the studio told the producers they would green-light the film if they could get Timothy Olyphant to play the role of Dominic Toretto. Olyphant, however, who had starred in the previous year s car-themed blockbuster Gone in 60 Seconds, declined the role. Moritz instead suggested Vin Diesel, who had to be convinced to take the role even though he had only played supporting roles up to that point. The role of Mia Toretto was originally written for Eliza Dushku, who turned down the role and Sarah Michelle Gellar, Jessica Biel, Kirsten Dunst and Natalie Portman auditioned for the role.


The film was shot in various locations within Los Angeles and parts of southern California, from July to October 2000. Key locations included Dodger Stadium (on the opening scene where Brian tests his Eclipse on the parking lot), Angelino Heights, Silver Lake and Echo Park (the neighborhoods around Toretto s home), as well as Little Saigon (where Tran destroys the Eclipse) and the San Bernardino International Airport (the venue for Race Wars, which attracted over 1,500 import car owners and enthusiasts). The entire last rig heist scene was filmed along Domenigoni Parkway on the southern side of San Jacinto/Hemet in the San Jacinto Valley near Diamond Valley Lake.

Prior to filming, both Jordana Brewster and Michelle Rodriguez did not have driver s licenses, so they took driving lessons during production. For the climactic race scene between Brian and Toretto, separate shots of both cars crossing the railroad and the train crossing the street were filmed, then composited together to give the illusion of the train narrowly missing the cars. A long steel rod was used as a ramp for Toretto s car to crash through the semi-truck and fly in mid-air.

An alternate ending titled More than Furious was filmed, in which Tanner drops Brian off at the Toretto home, where he encounters Mia packing, intending to move away. Brian reveals that he resigned from the LAPD, who let him go quietly, and that he wants another chance with her. When Mia tells him that it s not going to be that simple, Brian tells her that he s got time. This ending was released in the collection bundle DVD version.

During the filming of the movie, seventy-eight cars were wrecked both on and off-screen. Out of the seventy-eight cars, three cars were shown being destroyed in the film s trailer alone.


The film s score was composed by music producer BT, mixing electronica with hip-hop and industrial influences. Two soundtracks were released for the film. The first one features mostly hip-hop and rap music. The second one, titled More Fast and Furious, features alternative metal, post-grunge and nu metal songs, as well as select tracks from BT s score.


Box office

The Fast and the Furious was released on June 22, 2001, in North America and ranked #1 at the box office, earning $40,089,015 during its opening weekend. Its widest release was 2,889 theaters. During its run, the film has made a domestic total of $144,533,925 along with an international total of $62,750,000 bringing its worldwide total of $207,283,925 on a budget of $38 million.

Home media

The Fast and the Furious was released on DVD and VHS on January 2, 2002. The DVD release sold 2.1 million copies during its first day of release, making it the second-highest single-day DVD sales of any film, behind Pearl Harbor. The film also made $18.6 million in DVD rentals, which was the highest at the time, beating Cast Away. It would hold this record for four months until it was surpassed by Harry Potter and the Sorcerer s Stone that May. More than 5.5 million home video units were sold by April 2002. A second DVD, dubbed the Tricked Out Edition , was released on June 3, 2003, and features The Turbo Charged Prelude for 2 Fast 2 Furious, a short film that set the tone of the film s sequel. An abridged version of the short film is also on the sequel s DVD release.


Critical response

On Rotten Tomatoes, The Fast and the Furious has an approval rating of 54% based on 154 reviews, and an average rating of 5.40/10. The website s critical consensus reads: Sleek and shiny on the surface, The Fast and the Furious recalls those cheesy teenage exploitation flicks of the 1950s. On Metacritic, the film has a weighted average score of 58 out of 100 based on 29 critics, indicating mixed or average reviews . Audiences surveyed by CinemaScore gave the film an average grade of B+ on an A+ to F scale.

Todd McCarthy of Variety called the film a gritty and gratifying cheap thrill, Rob Cohen s high-octane hot-car meller is a true rarity these days, a really good exploitationer, the sort of thing that would rule at drive-ins if they still existed. Kevin Thomas of the Los Angeles Times called it an action picture that s surprising in the complexity of its key characters and portents of tragedy. Vin Diesel s portrayal of Dominic Torretto won praise, with Reece Pendleton of the Chicago Reader writing that Diesel carries the movie with his unsettling mix of Zen-like tranquillity and barely controlled rage.

Other reviews were more mixed. Susan Wloszczyna of USA Today gave the film 21⁄2 out of 4 stars, saying that Cohen at least knows how to keep matters moving and the action sequences exciting. Owen Gleiberman of Entertainment Weekly gave the film a C, saying it works hard to be exciting, but the movie scarcely lives up to its title. Rita Kempley of The Washington Post gave the film a scathing review, calling it Rebel Without a Cause without a cause. The Young and the Restless with gas fumes. The Quick and the Dead with skid marks. Paul Clinton of CNN wrote that Cohen created a high-octane, rubber-burning extravaganza but he criticized the film for plot holes you could drive the proverbial truck through and an idiotic ending.


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Award Category Nominee Result
AFI Award Cinematographer of the Year Ericson Core Nominated
ALMA Award Outstanding Song in a Motion Picture Soundtrack The Fast and the Furious for the song Put It On Me Nominated
ASCAP Award Most Performed Songs from Motion Pictures Caddillac Tah for the song Put It On Me Won
Black Reel Theatrical – Best Actor Vin Diesel Nominated
BMI Film Music Award BT Won
Golden Trailer Best Action The Fast and the Furious Nominated
Hollywood Breakthrough Award Breakthrough Male Performance Paul Walker Won
Golden Reel Award (Motion Picture Sound Editors) Best Sound Editing – Effects & Foley, Domestic Feature Film Bruce Stambler (supervising sound editor)
Jay Nierenberg (supervising sound editor)
Michael Dressel (supervising foley editor)
Steve Mann (sound editor)
Kim Secrist (sound editor)
Steve Nelson (sound editor)
Howard Neiman (sound editor)
Glenn Hoskinson (sound editor)
Tim Walston (sound effects designer)
Charles Deenen (sound effects designer)
Scott Curtis (foley editor)
Dan Yale (foley editor)
Golden Reel Award (Motion Picture Sound Editors) Best Sound Editing – Dialogue & ADR, Domestic Feature Film Bruce Stambler (supervising sound editor)
Jay Nierenberg (supervising sound editor)
Becky Sullivan (supervising dialogue editor/supervising adr editor)
Mildred Iatrou (dialogue editor)
Donald L. Warner Jr. (dialogue editor)
Robert Troy (dialogue editor)
Paul Curtis (dialogue editor)
William Dotson (dialogue editor)
Cathie Speakman (dialogue editor)
Nicholas Vincent Korda (adr editor)
Lee Lemont (adr editor)
MTV Movie Award Best On-Screen Team Vin Diesel
Paul Walker
Best Movie The Fast and the Furious Nominated
Best Male Performance Vin Diesel Nominated
Breakthrough Male Performance Paul Walker Nominated
Best Action Sequence The Fast and the Furious Nominated
Stinkers Award Most Intrusive Musical Score Won
Taurus Award Best Driving Matt Johnston
Mike Justus
Debbie Evans
Tim Trella
Christopher J. Tuck
Kevin Scott (semi driver)
Best Work With a Vehicle Christopher J. Tuck
Mike Justus
Best Stunt by a Stunt Woman Debbie Evans Won
Best Stunt by a Stunt Man Christopher J. Tuck
Tim Trella
Best Stunt Coordinator and/or 2nd Unit Director: Feature Film Mic Rodgers Won
Best Work With a Vehicle Jimmy N. Roberts Nominated
Hardest Hit Mike Justus Nominated
Teen Choice Awards Choice Movie: Sleazebag Rick Yune Nominated
Choice Movie: Hissy Fit Vin Diesel Nominated
Choice Movie: Fight Scene Paul Walker vs. Rick Yune Nominated
Choice Summer Movie The Fast and the Furious Nominated


Racing Champions released diecast metal replicas of the film s cars in different scales from 1/18 to 1/64. RadioShack sold ZipZaps micro RC versions of the cars in 2002. 1/24 scale plastic model kits of the hero cars were manufactured by AMT Ertl.

Year 2001
ReleaseDate 2001-06-22
RuntimeMins 106
RuntimeStr 1h 46min
Plot Los Angeles police officer Brian O’Conner must decide where his loyalty really lies when he becomes enamored with the street racing world he has been sent undercover to destroy.
Awards Awards, 11 wins & 18 nominations
Directors Rob Cohen
Writers Ken Li, Gary Scott Thompson, Erik Bergquist
Stars Vin Diesel, Paul Walker, Michelle Rodriguez
Produced by Creighton Bellinger,Doug Claybourne,Wayne Johnson,Neal H. Moritz,John Pogue,Jimmy Star
Music by BT
Cinematography by Ericson Core
Film Editing by Peter Honess
Casting By Ronna Kress
Production Design by Waldemar Kalinowski
Art Direction by Kevin Kavanaugh
Set Decoration by Florence Fellman
Costume Design by Sanja Milkovic Hays
Makeup Department Elena Arroy,Candida Conery,Deborah La Mia Denaver,Michael Germain,Araxi Lindsey,Matthew W. Mungle,Roddy Stayton,Judith Tiedemann,Georgina Williams,Joy Zapata,Timothy A. Miguel,Clinton Wayne
Production Management Carlos Carillo,Daniel R. Chavez,Doug Claybourne,Iram Collantes,Ned Kopp,Amy Ness,Lisa Rodgers,Tava Sofsky,Ron Lynch
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director Stephen V. Johnson,David Kelley,Steve Love,George Parra,John Riley,Michael Risoli,Mic Rodgers,Lars P. Winther
Art Department Maria L. Baker,Michael C. Stone,Monica Castro,Gloria Ciraolo,Todd Ellis,Monica Frommholz,Jeff Hay,Daniel Herrera Arau,John Horning,Joshua Hunt,Barry Kingston,Steven Kissick,Helen Kozora,Tyler Lafferty,Lance Larson,Scott W. Leslie,Gregory Lynch Jr.,Bill MacSems,John Mann,Charles Page,Tony Perez,Charles Phillips,Brent Rice,Wendy Richardson,Chris Samp,Alex Sessing,Scott Taft,Edward Tamayo,Samuel J. Tell,Jay Koiwai,Clint Schultz
Sound Department Paul Aulicino,Gregg Barbanell,Bruce Barris,Brian Best,Felipe Borrero,Bryan M. Cahill,Michael C. Casper,William Cawley,Bradley Clouse,Paul Curtis,Scott Curtis,Charles Deenen,Marc Deschaine,William Dotson,Michael Dressel,Dylan A. Flores,Gregg Frazier,Jeff Gomillion,Aaron J. Green,Glenn Hoskinson,Mildred Iatrou,Eric Justen,Shawn Kennelly,Daniel J. Leahy,Lee Lemont,Laura Macias,Steve Mann,Marc Meyer,Howard Neiman,Steve Nelson,Jay Nierenberg,Andy Peach,David Pigg,Jeff Porrello,Aaron Rihel,Philip Rogers,Sean Rowe,Kim Secrist,Cathie Speakman,Bruce Stambler,John C. Stuver,Becky Sullivan,Shawn Sykora,Eric Thompson,Robert Troy,Tim Walston,Donald L. Warner Jr.,Richard E. Yawn,Richard Burnette,Martin Schloemer,Jonathan Wales,Carl D. Ware
Special Effects by Eric Cook,G. Peter King,Andrew Miller,Kristina Radicheva,Robert Simokovic,Matt Sweeney,Clark Templeman,George Zamora,Jaime Galindo,Christine Onesky
Visual Effects by Carol Ashley,Lloyd Lee Barnett,Thad Beier,Constance Bracewell,Daniel Chuba,Gregory Creaser,Enid Dalkoff,Heather Davis Baker,Chris Dawson,Kent Demaine,Jamie Dixon,Syd Dutton,Michelle Eisenreich,Elton Garcia,Justin Jones,Mark Kenaston,Peter Koczera,Michael Kory,Keiko Koyama,Brad Kuehn,Derek Ledbetter,Rebecca Marie,Fumi Mashimo,Kelvin McIlwain,Kenneth Nakada,Lori J. Nelson,Patrick Phillips,Janet Quen,Jim Rygiel,Theresa Ellis Rygiel,Chris B. Schnitzer,Mary Stuart,Andy Tamandl,Bill Taylor,Mike Wassel,Hilda Saffari
Stunts Tsuyoshi Abe,Laura Albert,Kenny Alexander,Kenny Bates,Clint Cadinha,Jennifer Caputo,Jacob Chambers,Steven Chambers,Doc D. Charbonneau,James Clark,Johnny D Mara,Eddy Donno,Doc Duhame,Tom Elliott,Annie Ellis,Kenny Endoso,Charlie Estepp,Debbie Evans,Clay Donahue Fontenot,Bobby J. Foxworth,Gary Guercio,James M. Halty,Thomas Robinson Harper,Steve Holladay,Norman Howell,Tommy J. Huff,Kevin L. Jackson,Matt Johnston,Mike Justus,Henry Kingi,Joel Kramer,Shawn Patrick Lane,Samuel Le,Troy Lee,Oakley Lehman,Dustin Meier,John Meier,Bennie Moore,Chrisie Paola,Manny Perry,Chuck Picerni Jr.,Charlie Picerni,Steve Picerni,Tim Rigby,Jimmy N. Roberts,Robby Robinson,Mic Rodgers,Danny Rogers,Michael Runyard,Amy Rydell,Kevin Scott,Ron Stein,Tim Trella,Christopher J. Tuck,Dana Kristen Vahle,Danny Wynands,Chris Zaragoza,Dick Ziker,Mitchell Dean,Doc Duhame,Tom Elliott,Debbie Evans,Clay Donahue Fontenot,Lance Gilbert,Gene Hartline,Tommy J. Huff,Shawn Patrick Lane,Oakley Lehman,Rudyard Moncayo,Stephen Pisani,Gary Robert,Troy Robinson,Travis Rosario,Kevin Scott,Tim Trella,Christopher J. Tuck,Danny Wynands,Jason Ybarra
Camera and Electrical Department Rich Artman,Gary A. Beaird,Carl Boles,Lisa Bonaccorso,Mike Bonnaud,John Bonnin,Malcolm Brown Jr.,Kyle Carden,Richard L. Carden,Rafael Rafa Castro,Joseph V. Cicio,Loren Corl,John Crimins,Donald D. Davidson,Jeff DeLucia,David E. Diano,Bruce Dickson,Carlos Escobar,David Golia,Oscar Gomez,Rick Grover,Pål Bugge Haagenrud,Scott Hammer,Loren Hillebrand,Douglas Huete-Soto,Mark Hyde,Oscar Inzunza,Jimi Johnson,Lawrence Karman,April Kelley,Jamie Lagerhausen,Al Lieberman,Dave Lujan,Kenji Luster,Bob Marshak,Bill Marti,Timothy McCrary,Darin Moran,Luis Moreno,J. Michael Muro,Pat O Mara,Tod Olivieri,Dino Parks,Michael Pescasio,Kevin C. Potter,David Presley,Maricella Ramirez,David Richert,Cary Sachs,Michael J. Schwartz,Jim Shelton,Konrad Sigurdsson,Mike Simko,Antonio Soriano,Adam Sudtell,Jonathan Taylor,John Trapman,Jeffery J. Tufano,James Andrew Turpin,Joseph D. Urbanczyk,Michael D. Weldon,Peter J. Yauri,Andy Young,Dan Zarlengo,Alfonso Aguilar,Frank Parrish,Gary Katsuya Ushino,Michael J. Walker
Animation Department Joel Merritt
Casting Department Stacie Goodman,Barbara Harris,Jimmy Jue
Costume and Wardrobe Department Francine Lecoultre,Lawrence Quon,Garet Reilly,Irena Stepic,Victoria White-Stevens,Christi Work,Gregory B. Peña
Editorial Department Brett Carroll,Pamela Choules,Andy Cohen,Peter Ettinger,Jonathan Lucas,Steve Moe,Mary Nelson-Duerrstein,Staci Pontius,Dallas Puett,Mike Stanwick,Kostas Theodosiou
Location Management Alex Apple,Gary Bechtel,Bob Craft,Claudia Eastman,Leann Emmert,Colleen Gibbons,Jody Hummer,Deborah Laub
Music Department Julian Bratolyubov,Sandy DeCrescent,The Hollywood Studio Orchestra,Gary Jones,Tiffany Jones,Dave Jordan,Tom MacDougall,Randy Miller,Jackey Mishra,Chris Montan,Kathy Nelson,Jeanette Surga,Happy Walters,Booker White,Terry Wilson,Edward Wohl,Frank Wolf,Tom Boyd,Tonia Davall,Sean M. Hickey,The Hollywood Studio Symphony,Ernst Meinrath,James Thatcher
Script and Continuity Department Deirdre Horgan,Mary H. Patton,John Pogue
Transportation Department John Characky,Bernice Culbertson,Fred Culbertson,John Feinblatt,Roland Fullajtar,J. Armin Garza II,Scotty Goudreau,Don Haggerty,Philip Henderson,Gregory S. Hoslet,Kevin Hudis,Alan Kaminsky,Knut Kielpinski,William P. Lafon,Craig Lietzke,Dennis Marchant,David Marder,Antonio Molina,Mike Patronete,William R. Peck,Alex Strand,Ken Farnell,Dana Swartout
Additional Crew Alyssa Ailleo,Christina Beaumont,Sherrie Bradshaw,Keri Bruno,Lauren Bruno,Kevin A. Canamar,Cory Cate,Mike Currie,Chic Daniel,Stefanie Duarte,Lisa Ellis,Louis Farah,Nicholas Fitzgerald,Brian Floyd,Carolyn Garcia,Susan Gee,Karen Gilchrist,Steven Hacker,Da Han,Josh Hernandez,Ryan Hintz,Maureen Holmes,Pamela Jaeckle,Wayne Johnson,Michael G. Kehoe,Jamie Kemp,Rachel Kerns,Timber Kislan,Gary Kurashige,Brandon Lambdin,Robert Lane,Solomon J. LeFlore,Amanda Lewis,Craig Lieberman,Efrain Lomeli,Bof Matteo,Juan Jose Meza-Leon,Geeta Vasant Patel,Kenneth Pratt,Michelle Purple,Alan D. Purwin,Kristin Randall,Betty Riggs,Michelle Rothburgh,Patti Schellhaas,Michael Singer,Lucas Solomon,Rhys Summerhayes,Mark Swenson,Vicki Thornton,Ken Twohy,Paul Walker III,Gabrielle Wallack,Heather Wusterbarth,H. Leah Amir,Mark Chambers,Robert Fabra,Da Han,Angie Popko,Dana Schneider,Mollie Stallman,Kirstin Winkler
Thanks Joanne Baron,Larry Guidi
Genres Action, Adventure, Crime
Companies Universal Pictures, Original Film, Mediastream Film GmbH & Co. Productions KG
Countries USA, Germany
Languages English, Spanish
ContentRating PG-13
ImDbRating 6.8
ImDbRatingVotes 383673
MetacriticRating 58
Keywords illegal street racing,undercover,robbery,street racing,hijacking