Ranking 20 years of 'Fast And Furious' movies from best to worst


The 'Fast' series never aspired to the level of fine art; these are movies meant to be seen on the big screen, devoured along with a tub of popcorn. Photos: Handout

When The Fast And The Furious hit screens on June 22, 2001, there was little indication it would kick off an industry-rocking franchise that would bring in billions at the box office and would still be going strong 20 years later.

That first film – which introduced Vin Diesel's Dominic Toretto, a street racer criminal who lives by a strict code of honor, and Paul Walker's Brian O'Conner, a cop with a taste for street racing who goes undercover to infiltrate Dom's crew – is now quaint compared to what would come down the line: supersized over-the-top stunts, hundreds of crashed cars and a series that would go on to employ half of Hollywood.

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