Fast & Furious 9

Factual error: In the opening race scenes, the cars on the track are out of date for 1989. The race car used by the aggressive driver (#23) who causes the fiery accident that kills Toretto senior is based upon a later model 1997-2002 Pontiac Grand Prix. The race car that Toretto senior is driving is based on a 1995-1999 Chevy Monte Carlo. (00:01:00 - 00:04:00)

Continuity mistake: The small wounds on Dom's face that he get from his fight with Jacob in London disappear in the next scene.


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Continuity mistake: During the first face-off between Jakob and Dominic, Letty's bike lies on the ground facing opposite directions depending on the camera angle. (00:21:40)

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Other mistake: Towards the end of the end credits there's a "Special thanks" sections, including sponsors such as Fiat Chrysler etc. The first person thanked is "Leslie Finaly", a banal misspelling of "Leslie Finlay." (02:22:30)

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Deliberate mistake: The F&F series always shows some amazingly advanced (and unlikely) technology; in this movie there is a big usage of electromagnets that are nothing short of miraculous. Not only they have a strength that would require them to have generators tens of times bigger than the cars they are on, and repel with the same ease as they attract; they also attract objects with varying° of precision and direction, all by turning their simple dial.

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Trivia: There is an extra scene at the end with Shaw and Han.


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