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Fans Debate The Moment 'Fast & Furious' Series 'Abandoned Reality'—And There Are So Many To Choose From

The series, which is back in theaters with 'Fast X' this weekend, has had its fair share of logic-defying stunts.

Vin Diesel from Fast and Furious
Universal Pictures

The Fast and Furious film series has been around since 2001's The Fast and the Furious. All told, there are now 12 films in the franchise.

With so many movies it can be hard to keep up.

While the first movie was relatively basic with tricked out street racers and a whole lot of action, as the sequels kept getting released the action became more and more intense including even going to space.

With Fast X dropping in theaters, people took to social media—as in Twitter, Reddit, Instagram, TikTok, Truth Social (OK, we made that one up)—to debate which Fast and Furious moment completely abandoned reality.

Internet sleuths feel the viral moment started here with comedian KevOnStage:

They later answered their own question in video form.

Others thought a vehicle being carried by a helicopter was a good stunt.

Some thought this strange scene with Dom using the force was it.

Or this scene:

How about this scene:

Or this insane scene:

Or this:

But someone pointed out reality—or at least gravity, the time space continuum and other minor details—never were part of the Fast and Furious series.

While it may bend the laws of physics for the sake of the story—while not being a fantasy or sci-fi film—clearly people enjoy going along for the ride.

Fast X is opening on May 19 in the United States and Canada. The film has already hit theaters in some overseas markets.