Series: The Fast and the Furious movies

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The Fast and the Furious [2001 film] by Rob Cohen1
2 Fast 2 Furious [film] by John Singleton2
The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift [2006 film] by Justin Lin3
Fast & Furious 4 [2009 film] by Justin Lin4
Fast Five [2011 film] by Justin Lin5
Fast & Furious 6 [2014 film] by Justin Lin6
Furious 7 [2015 film] by James Wan7

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  1. Gone in 60 Seconds [2000 film] by Dominic Sena (2000)
  2. The Hunger Games [2012 film] by Gary Ross (2014)
  3. Pitch Black [2000 film] by David Twohy (2000)
  4. Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen [2009 film] by Michael Bay (2009)
  5. X-Men: First Class [film] by Matthew Vaughn (2011)
  6. Iron Man 3 [2013 film] by Shane Black (2013)
  7. The Italian Job [2003 film] by F. Gary Gray (2003)
  8. Fantastic Four [2005 film] by Tim Story (2005)
  9. Sherlock Holmes [2009 film] by Guy Ritchie (2009)
  10. Twilight [2008 film] by Catherine Hardwicke (2010)
  11. Ocean's Eleven [2001 film] by Steven Soderbergh (2002)
  12. Babylon A.D. [2008 film] by Mathieu Kassovitz (2009)
  13. Batman Begins [film] by Christopher Nolan (2005)
  14. Brotherhood of the Wolf [2001 film] by Christophe Gans (2001)
  15. xXx [2002 film] by Rob Cohen (2002)

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