Over the course of 14 years and seven movies, The Fast and The Furious movie franchise is now known just as much for its cool car racing scenes as it is for the dramatic car crashes. This wasn’t always the case, though. The original movie was definitely more about racing, and to show crash scenes have evolved to become a more integral part of the action sequences, Supercompressor has pieced together a four-minute video consisting of just about every Fast and Furious crash. Oh, and if you haven’t seen Furious 7 yet, there are no spoilers here: the video only covers the first six installments.

In 2001’s The Fast and The Furious, you have to wait until almost the end of the movie to see any automotive carnage, but as the video progresses, it reveals that the crash scenes have gotten more frequent as well as more action-packed and destructive. Personally, the video reminded me that I never watched 2 Fast 2 Furious in its entirety and I completely skipped The Fast and The Furious: Tokyo Drift, but the rest is like a stroll down memory lane as I try to find time to go see the latest – but not the last – movie.

In total, the video shows 110 Fast and Furious crashes, so check it out and enjoy.


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