The ninth installment of Fast and Furious has hit theaters to show the reunion of the family of Dominic Toretto (Vin Diesel) and his followers could not be more excited by the new threat embodied in the lost brother of the protagonist, Jakob (John Cena) .
This is how the film saga once again defies the limits of credibility and the laws of physics, but makes the mistake of taking itself seriously, unlike previous installments. Despite this, that has not been a problem for the most staunch fans of the saga to enjoy the show.
After the tape was finished, we saw Deckard Shaw training with a punching bag when he is suddenly interrupted by a knock on the door. When he opens this, he is surprised that it is Han Lue, a man he supposedly killed years ago. Now, more than one fan wonders: how could Mr. Nobody have arranged the situation so that Han faked his death without Deckard noticing?
As we saw in Tokyo Drift, Shaw brutally rammed him while driving at full speed. His vehicle overturned and, within seconds, ended up bursting into flames. However, an unconvincing flashback scene from F9 showed that Han was not inside the car.
The problem is that he was so far removed from the accident that he could not have got out of the car and escaped in such a short time. Second, Sean Boswell and Deckard Shaw would have noticed. Third, the injured Han was bleeding and the one hiding with Mr. Nobody has not a scratch on it.
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