A Fast & Furious Drive Through The Fast & Furious Franchise

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Prepare for a podcast that’s a little too fast, a little too furious, as the Post Show Recaps team drives through the entire FAST & FURIOUS franchise — all in one shot!

Josh Wigler (@roundhoward) and Mike Bloom (@AMikeBloomType) put on their best Dom Toretto and Brian O’Connor acts (albeit with fewer muscles and muscle cars), as they cruise their way through every single film in the FAST & FURIOUS series, including the newest installment, FURIOUS 7. It’s Josh’s very first time watching any of the FAST & FURIOUS movies, and with Mike’s help, he’s racing against the clock to catch up on what he’s missed out over the last 15 or so years. Josh and Mike chronicle how Team Toretto evolved from their humble beginnings as car racers and truck-jackers, to their current state as a globe-trotting group of super-spies.

Whether you’ve never watched a FAST & FURIOUS film in your life, or you’ve seen them all, this is the race for you. Start your engines and vroom-vroom alongside us as we pay homage to one of the truly great action franchises of our time.


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  • Aaronupsidasium

    Loved this marathon recap! Would definitely listen again if you guys did the same for The Avengers, Mars Max, Jurassic World, Terminator, Mission: Impossible, ect

  • Martin Hess

    The similarities between FnF and Point break are eerie.

    Mark Wahlberg as Brian would’ve been amazing. And his disappearence from Tokyo Drift would have made more sense then. You can’t make a film when most of the cast is trembling in fear.

    Vince calling Brian (the hero) a carrot immediately makes us dislike Vince and gives us an insight into his mind . The film isn’t showing Vince as a rolemodel, rather as an asshole. It is not celebrating homophobia. It is describing the type of people who might say it to you in real life.
    I guess real life is scary and people should be shielded from it. (/s)

    Tokyo Drift is subpar at best. The concept of drifting in parking garages isn’t exciting. Also a white guy learning the way of the foreign and being better at it.
    Shawn was unlikeable from the very opening sequence. Him ruining his car should’ve been the end of that middle-aged teenager.

    Later films action scenes are completely divorced from reality, but they are damn entertaining. I just pretend the cast is the X-men.