Quadruple bill of movies from the popular illegal car-racing franchise. In 'The Fast and the Furious' (2001) undercover cop Brian O'Conner (Paul Walker) finds himself in the Los Angeles illegal street racing scene, searching for the criminals behind a string of hijackings. Prime suspect is Dominic Toretto (Vin Diesel), whose passion for Japanese fast cars is only matched by his enthusiasm for stealing hi-tech equipment. But as Brian gets closer he falls for Toretto's beautiful sister (Jordana Brewster) and that's when the trouble starts. In '2 Fast 2 Furious' (2003) O'Conner finds himself on the trail of another group of underground car enthusiasts in an attempt to redeem himself after his illegal escapades in the first movie. This time the location is Miami, where O'Conner has been making money out of street racing, and he is asked to bring down drugs baron Carter Verone (Cole Hauser) in exchange for erasing his criminal record. Enlisting the help of an ex-con (Tyrese), O'Conner once again finds himself raging through the streets in stolen cars. In 'The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift' (2006) street racing loner Sean Boswell (Lucas Black) avoids jail time by being sent out of the country to live with his uncle, sharing a cramped apartment in a low-rent section of Tokyo. In the land that gave birth to the majority of modified racers on the road, the simple street race has been replaced by the ultimate pedal-to-the-metal challenge - drift racing, a deadly combination of brutal speed on heart stopping courses. When Sean unknowingly takes on a Yakuza gangster in his first race, he finds that the only way he can pay off the debt is to venture into the deadly realm of the Tokyo underworld, where the stakes are life and death. Finally, in 'Fast and Furious' (2009), when a crime brings them both back to LA, fugitive ex-con Toretto reignites his feud with agent Brian O'Conner. But as the two men find themselves facing a common enemy in the form of a major heroin importer, they are forced to give in to an uncertain new trust in order to infiltrate his operation and outmanoeuvre him.