PG-13 | | Action, Crime, Thriller
Some of Paul Walker's dialogue and footage was taken from previous Fast and Furious films. For example, Brian's conversation with Mia in the Dominican Republic garage is actually a deleted scene from Fast Five (2011). Similarly, the plane conversation between Dom and Brian ... ...
First a tank, then a plane, now we got a spaceship?
Tej: That's not a spaceship, that's a drone.
Roman: Oh, it's a drone? Now you're gonna be articulate and break it down like you already know what the hell is going on?
Tej: Shut your ass and drive the car!
When Dom is shown in his car after falling from the cargo plane, his necklace is shown dangling forward off his chest. This reveals that he is in fact suspended in a rig with gravity acting on him. If he were free falling in a car, he would in theory be traveling at terminal velocity, and therefore weightless inside the car and the necklace would be floating rather than clearly ranging forward under the pull of gravity.
Before the credits, there is a title card that reads, "For Paul", dedicating the film to deceased star Paul Walker.
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