Every ‘Fast & Furious’ Movie, Ranked

The ride-or-die days of the “Fast and Furious” franchise have taken fans on one hell of a roller coaster ride since the first film premiered in 2001. Since then, we’ve watched the series grow from its standard “hot-people, cool-cars” operating procedure, to becoming full-on, pedal-to-the-medal action blockbusters rivaled in size, scope and sheer awesomeness by few other modern action blockbusters.

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Deciding which of the “Fast and Furious” films is the best of the best is no small task; they all have merit, even in their darkest hours. With this week’s “Furious 7,” however, we’re giving it a shot. Read on for our rundown of the “Fast and Furious” movies, ranked:

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    The first appearance of Tyrese Gibson as Roman Pearce, “2 Fast 2 Furious” sees Brian on the run from authorities after letting Toretto go at the end of the first movie. It’s much more of a pure action movie than “The Fast and the Furious,” and without Vin Diesel’s Dom, the sequel loses a lot of the heart and hustle established in the original go-around. But Tyrese as Roman provides a different, more lighthearted energy that brings some big laughs to the “Fast and Furious” series, and it all starts here — not to mention the first appearance of Ludacris as Tej Parker. It’s a neck-and-neck race between “2 Fast” and “Tokyo Drift” for the bottom spot, but the fact that Paul Walker has the lead role here elevates the first “Fast and Furious” sequel just a nose ahead of the third film in the series.

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    Two words: The Rock. As DSS Agent Luke Hobbs, Dwayne Johnson kicks the “Fast and Furious” franchise up several notches as far as intensity and star power goes. He’s a quip factory who loves to eat dessert first and veggies second, if at all. His fight scene with Vin Diesel will go down in the books as one of the best battles of action movie history. And that’s not even mentioning the vault heist. “Fast Five” turns the “Fast and Furious” franchise down a path it can never drive back from, nor would we want it to. Essentially the “Avengers” of the series, “Fast Five” assembles Earth’s mightiest heist crew and turns them into one of the most enjoyable ensemble casts in recent memory.

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    Call it recency bias. Chalk it up to Paul Walker’s tragic death casting the story in an unexpected light. Both of those things are undoubtedly true. But given time and distance, “Furious 7″ will still be remembered as one of the best, if not the best, film in the series. It features the best villain by miles and miles in the form of Jason Statham’s Deckard Shaw, responsible for three of the most elite action sequences in the entire series. It uses Luke Hobbs in a brilliantly conservative way, so that when he pops on-screen, it’s always an event. It puts Dom Toretto in the front seat and lets him drive the action, proving that he alone has what it takes to keep this franchise moving forward in a world without Paul Walker. And it also celebrates everything that Walker meant to the franchise, the fans, and everybody who has worked on these movies, from the actors on camera to the folks behind the lens. It’s action-packed, it’s emotional as hell… it’s everything you could possibly want from a “Fast and Furious” movie. The hype is real.

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