Fast & Furious 9

Deliberate mistake: After jumping off the cliff, Dom and Letty's car rolls over violently several times and finally lands on its wheels. Letty sits calmly, safe and sound, not a single scratch or bruise despite not wearing her seatbelt and having survived by just grasping the handlebar above her head.

Sacha Premium member

Deliberate mistake: During the chase with the mega magnet that attracts humongous armored trucks and all metal objects, surprisingly the people's watches, rings, jewelry, keys or belts don't move a single inch, thus allowing everyone to remain steadily on the ground instead of flying towards Dom's magnetized car. This allows for the hero to avoid killing innocent people, but it's all totally senseless.

Sacha Premium member

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.

Sammo Premium member

Factual error: In the opening race scenes, the cars on the track are out of date for 1989.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)

More mistakes in Fast & Furious 9

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

oswal13

More trivia for Fast & Furious 9

Join the mailing list

Separate from membership, this is to get updates about mistakes in recent releases. Addresses are not passed on to any third party, and are used solely for direct communication from this site. You can unsubscribe at any time.

Check out the mistake & trivia books, on Kindle and in paperback.