+ Monday August 19th, 2019

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The Fast and the Furious has been gracing our screens for 15 years now, ever since a baby faced Paul Walker as undercover police officer Brian O’Conner befriended a street-wise, elite car-racing, thief named Dominic Toretto. While Paul Walker is sadly gone, the series has, and will continue and for the 15th birthday of the series – it hit the theatres in June 2001 – Google Play has discounted the movies individually and as a bundle by up to 50%.

There’s 7 movies to date in the series, with an 8th currently in production. The 7th movie on Google Play gets an Extended Edition, while the other 6 films are the same as they released in the theatre and onto home video as well as digitally. You can buy the first 6 movies in the series for $7.99 in HD ($6.99 if you’re a monster and want to watch it in SD), while the last movie will set you back $14.99 in HD (again, it’s $9.99 in SD if you’re that way inclined).

The best value is of course the full series bundle at $46.99 in HD and save a dollar or two, with the bundle including all 7 movies including the Extended 7th film.

Fast and the Furious 8, or Fast 8 as the film is known as, is set to hit cinemas in 2017, so to get ready on where the adventures of Dom, Letty, Roman, Tej and Ramsey take them next grab the movies now from Google Play.

Source: Google Play.

Daniel Tyson  


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