Fast & Furious 6
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Continuity mistake: At the start when we see the Jeep approaching the blockade on the bridge, the position of the 4 men change instantly. Note the white line. (00:04:25)

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Continuity mistake: When Hobbs asks where Shaw is at the very start, the distance between the 2 men changes instantly. (00:05:45)

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Continuity mistake: Roman removes a 100 Grand bar from the shot-down vending machine. In the close-up shot, there are several other 100 Grand bars visible. One of them is held by springs on both sides, with the left side slightly raised. In the next shot, that specific bar has vanished from the pile. (00:34:10)

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Continuity mistake: After the first big action sequence in London, the gang meets back in their HQ to discuss the next course of action. During this scene, Gina Carano has her hands hooked into her belt/pockets, when during various camera changes, she's got her hands around her in a hugging motion, then back to her belt/pockets. (00:35:00)

Continuity mistake: Tej tells Hobbs he's got this, and the scene changes to establishing shots around London. The first shot shows a shot of London, featuring many landmarks and Big Ben in the background. The time in the first shot is 2:10. The shot changes with the camera closer to Big Ben and the time is suddenly 3:00. (00:36:25)

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Continuity mistake: At the shoot out, Gisele is talking with the wounded man who made the gadgets. He has a small amount of blood spilling out of his mouth, down the side of his cheek. A couple of shots later, the blood is now a long streak down his cheek. Then it is suddenly just a tiny smear of blood around the edge of his mouth. (00:46:20)

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Continuity mistake: When Brian is taken into the prison by 2 guards his jumpsuit comes open. As he is being dragged through the door it is now closed again. (00:56:00)

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Continuity mistake: When Dom and Letty are talking on the start line ready for their race, Dom's right arm is either on the passenger seat or down depending on the shot. (01:03:20)

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Continuity mistake: When Dom runs against Letty the space between the cars and the girl who starts the race changes between shots. (01:04:00)

Continuity mistake: In the first movie, Mia tells Brian that Letty lived down the road, was into cars since she was 10 and immediately had Dom's attention, but here Dom tells Letty that he gave her her first scar at age 15, when they first met. (01:08:00 - 01:09:00)

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Continuity mistake: When Dom hands the cross to Letty, the chain is dangling. Camera cuts and now the dangling part of the chain has disappeared. (01:10:30)

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Continuity mistake: Throughout the entire movie, Hobbs has a goatee. But when Hobbs is driving and talking on the phone to Tej, his goatee is gone. In Hobbs' next scene, the goatee is suddenly back again. (01:22:35 - 01:23:55)

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Continuity mistake: When the lorry hits the wire, it raises up at the back of the tractor unit and start of trailer. Camera cuts to a different angle and it raises up again. (01:23:00)

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Continuity mistake: When Shaw orders the driver to take the tank to the other side, the tank swerves to the left and just as the camera changes you can see the tracks stop. In the next shot though it is still traveling at speed. (01:26:00)

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Continuity mistake: During the scene where the cable is shot into the sides of the cliffs to stop the convoy, there are no civilians in the area. As soon as the convoy hits the cable and stops, you can see two normal cars just feet away from it. Not only were the cars never there before, but they would have also gotten stopped by the cable. (01:27:00)

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Continuity mistake: During Brian's jump over the bridge debris, the Ford leans forward pretty far and is still rolling forward by the time the shot cuts. When he touches down, the angle of the car is a lot less steep. (01:28:00)

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Continuity mistake: Shaw parks his Mercedes on the left side of the plane facing forward. Dom then comes in and parks his Charger on the right of the Mercedes, also facing forwards. But when Shaw wants to drive out of there, the Mercedes is now facing backwards, and it and the Charger have switched sides. Now the cars did move around a little when the plane was leaning, but this does not explain how the Charger would have moved "uphill". (01:43:15 - 01:53:00)

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Continuity mistake: Han's Charger gets pretty badly damaged during the chase over the runway - especially when he hits it up against the Range Rover with Shaw's guys in it. Yet at the end of the chase, it doesn't even have so much as a scratch. (01:47:55 - 01:54:15)

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Continuity mistake: During the chase scene on the bridge involving the tank, two cars (silver Toyota Corolla hatchback, licence NE34 12 and a black VW Bora, licence NU67 67) appear during many shots, often travelling in different directions on the bridge and either ahead or behind the chase.

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Continuity mistake: During the runway scene, Shaw's vehicle is seen fitted with HID type headlights (bluish tinge). Yet during the sweeping wide angle shots and when Shaw drives into the cargo plane, the lights are a standard yellow.

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Continuity mistake: During the chase scene on the bridge involving the tank, two cars (silver Toyota Corolla hatchback, licence NE34 12 and a black VW Bora, licence NU67 67) appear during many shots, often travelling in different directions on the bridge and either ahead or behind the chase.

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Roman Pearce: Better hide your baby oil.
Luke Hobbs: Better hide that big-ass forehead.

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Trivia: The tube train in this film is the same one as in V for Vendetta. Both scenes were filmed at Aldwych, where a fully operational train is kept for training and filming.

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Question: Han's death, seen in Tokyo Drift, is seen here, tying up the threads and the jumping timeline leading into Furious 7. Was it always an option to re-feature that down the line to unite all the movies, or as more sequels were made did the makers just realise there was an opportunity to make use of the event?

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Chosen answer: The most logical answer would be that quite a lot of people liked the character Han. Since he dies at the end of "Tokyo Drift" the filmmakers probably came up with the idea of having the movie take place after all the other ones, so as to feature Han in more sequels.

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