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    Tokyo Drift


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    if you ain't out of control you ain't in control!

    coolest movie ever

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    Wow I'm gonna go to the theater and watch this movie when it comes out, and wish me the best of luck not to kill myself laughing.

    Paul Walker is still the best when it comes to this kinda movies, unfortunately he doesn't wanna be a ricer anymore.
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    Good for him!

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    Quote Originally Posted by NuclearCrap
    Wow I'm gonna go to the theater and watch this movie when it comes out, and wish me the best of luck not to kill myself laughing.

    Paul Walker is still the best when it comes to this kinda movies, unfortunately he doesn't wanna be a ricer anymore.
    true i laughed extensively on the trailer allready My best friend sitting next to me was "not amused" about that action from me he was going: "omfg that car is so cool" and then me "NOT"

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    LMFAO
    i can't wait to see all the ricers trying to drift after the movie comes out
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    Yet you own an integra and seem obsessed with drifting judging by your sig... go figure

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    i only drift in Forza, not public roads..
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    Well there seem to be a few cool non-riced cars in the film and the women are nice as well. But I'm I going to see this ? No. I have to find a way to become braindead before I see this.

    EDIT: the first crash is great. The riced car gets completely destroyed and the old S is still quite intact. Those are really beasts those S'. We used to have one of those, mis it. I lolled at that one.
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    Hahaha! Great, worst car related movie ever potential? Is that Lil Bowow (sp) in it btw? Isn't he like 12?
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    it is him but hes actually like 18 now or something
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    Glamorizing street racing in movies is like glamorizing the lives of heroin junkies. It's illegal and dangerous. Innocent bystanders/motorists get killed and if you get caught you'll get thrown in prison, after the coppers have you enjoy a beating. Add those elements to the movie and I'd watch it.

    A desirable side-effect will be fewer people will race on the streets.
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    Quote Originally Posted by clutch-monkey
    LMFAO
    i can't wait to see all the ricers trying to drift after the movie comes out
    Hope they reproduce the crashes too. There already enough riced cars in this world.
    A film that educates ricer kids to be even more stupid than they already are.
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    Quote Originally Posted by McReis
    A film that educates ricer kids to be even more stupid than they already are.
    That is really scary...

    The original was a crappy movie... but SO good compared to the 2 that follow...

    btw..that Orange RX-7 is actually not that Bad.
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