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The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift is a 2006 action film directed by Justin Lin, with a screenplay by Chris Morgan. It is the third installment in the Fast & Furious franchise and stars Lucas Black, Sung Kang, Bow Wow, and Brian Tee. The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift follows high school car enthusiast Sean Boswell (Black), who is sent to live in Tokyo with his father, and finds solace in the city’s drifting community.
Where does Dom get the car that you see him in at the end of the movie?
That car is won from Han which is interesting because of Han's choice in Japanese cars previously seen in the movie. That car is a Plymouth Satellite. This scene with Dom is what ties the rest of the series in with this movie.
What car does the motor they put into the Mustang for the last race come out of?
The makers of the film wanted it to be very clear what was powering the Mustang and where the motor came from. That's why there were so many shots of the motor and the motor inside the Mustang as it drifted.
Why is Sean driving Han's car so fast when he passes the Tokyo patrol car?
He is racing another car that passes him. That car happens to be a Nissan Skyline GTR R34 which at the time of the movie was the newest version of that very popular car. That patrol car never pursues them because if the car is fast enough the police won't even try due to them not being able to keep up.
Since Sean does not have a car to drive at one point in the movie, what does Takashi jokingly ask Sean if he's going to use to race?
Shortly after this Han throws the keys for his "Mona Lisa" Nissan Silvia S15 to Sean. Han claims he wants to see what Sean can do. If only he knew Sean was only going to wreck this car during the race.
What car does Han specifically ask Takashi if he will give him a chance to win in a race?
After Han asked when he would be able to take the 86 Corolla off Takashi's hands, Takashi told him he had to put up his 72 Skyline for the bet. Both are very famous, classic Japanese cars that would be awesome in anyone's car collection. This race is featured later in the movie shortly after Sean learns to drift and Sean does win that car for Han.
Han does not get the girl's number after drifting around her car in the intersection.
He did get the number from the girl. Seeing Han drift his car around her car was very impressive. At least she thought so. The cool car she happens to be driving is the Nissan Skyline GTR R33, one of many Skylines featured in the movie.
Sean is messaging Neela during class and he asks her why he never sees her drift. Why does she tell him he hasn't?
They should probably be paying attention to the teacher in class but then again with drifting skills like Neela's it makes sense that he would be curious. These messages get him a date with Neela and he gets a ride along with her as she drifts.
What type of American candy is Twinkie trying to sell when they are in the club?
Twinkie can be heard telling someone he has "American Snickers" and then proceeds to hold up two Snickers candy bars. This would make sense considering some American candy is not sold in Japan so they can be very desirable.
Where is Sean living just before he is sent to Tokyo?
This is actually one of many places he is forced to move after getting into trouble. His incident in Arizona was the final straw before being forced to live with his father in Tokyo.
Do you ever see Twinkie drift in the movie?
He does not drift in the movie. Although technically you could drift his Hulk car, it would not be the best choice in car to drift in a race.
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