. Summary Back at this house, Brian stands in front of the mirror in his bathroom. It is the second installment of The Fast and the Furious franchise. The girl says nothing and departs. When he arrives, Brian spots a and driving through a nearby intersection. At the dealership, Brian buys a.
He leaves the motel and is forced to abandon the Dodge when he discovers the police have identified his car. He is picked up by the girl who saw him earlier at the diner. However, a 1991 Dodge Stealth was used instead. Breaking into the house, the police find no sign of Brian. After allowing escape arrest, he quits the and flees.
He recalls events that led to his giving Dominic Toretto the keys to his and allowing him to escape. The motorcycle riders are pulled over by the police and Brian continues onward. A little ways down the road, Brian attempts to hitchhike. He travels across the United States to , to avoid arrest himself. The only thing left behind is his police badge. Back on the road, he is challenged to a race by motorcycle riders.
He avoids her continues his escape on foot. On the road, Brian gradually modifies the Nissan to his specifications as he collects money from the street races he wins. Working with new partner Roman Pearce Tyrese , Brian begins a dangerous mission to take down a powerful drug dealer. Brian O'Conner Paul Walker teams up with his ex-con friend Roman Pearce Tyrese Gibson and works with undercover U. He travels across Arizona, New Mexico and Texas, winning in every street race he participates in with his red.
This sequel focuses on ex-police officer Brian O'Conner Paul Walker , who relocates from Los Angeles to Miami to start over. Brian runs into the girl again, who pretends not to know him. Customs Service agent Monica Fuentes Eva Mendes to bring Miami-based drug lord Carter Verone Cole Hauser down. Brian allows them to believe that he'll participate and lets them get ahead of him. They arrive at his house and surround the area. Brian stops at a motel to rest and monitors the ongoing efforts to bring him in. He doesn't realize that she knows who he is until he sees the newspaper lying in the car where he was seated.
When he stops at a diner, he learns that the is are still looking for him. Brian packs a few belongings in a duffle bag and leaves his house. On the beltway, Brian makes the choice to go to Miami instead of. He is almost discovered by the police who enter the diner and decides to leave, unaware he caught the attention of a a girl sitting across from him. She drops him off at a used car dealership. A national manhunt is launched to find and arrest Brian.
During the production of the film, it was the producer and director's intention to use a as Brian O'Conner's car. . . . . . .
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