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  • He Lets Brian Go On A Ridiculously Dangerous Mission, Then Says It Doesn't Matter on Random reasons why Dominic Toretto Is Worst Part Of 'Fast And Furious'

    (#3) He Lets Brian Go On A Ridiculously Dangerous Mission, Then Says It Doesn't Matter

    The entire plot of Fast & Furious hinges on Dom’s belief that his girlfriend Letty exploded. Understandably, he and the rest of the gang are shocked to discover Letty is alive in Fast & Furious 6

    Because Letty was working undercover for Brian when she allegedly perished, he feels responsible for her fate. To learn why she’s still alive and aiding the bad guys, he plans a solo mission to sneak into a United States correctional facility and interrogate Arturo Braga, the big bad of FF4

    It should be noted that, at this point in the series, Brian and the rest of the crew are internationally wanted criminals. They are not only evading the authorities, but also a highly dangerous band of mercenaries led by Owen Shaw. However, Brian is so verklempt that he’s willing to risk everything to fly halfway around the world, infiltrate a maximum security facility, confront a Mexican cartel leader, and somehow do it all in reverse.

    Dom’s advice? “Be careful.”

    When all is said and done and Brian is back in London, he goes to Dom to tell him what he's learned. Dom ’s response? “Whatever you found out, that’s for you.”

    No, Dom. It was for you, you ungrateful schmuck.

  • There Is No Earthly Way He Could Beat Shaw In A Fight on Random reasons why Dominic Toretto Is Worst Part Of 'Fast And Furious'

    (#4) There Is No Earthly Way He Could Beat Shaw In A Fight

    Let’s break down the combat stats of Deckard Shaw and Dominic Toretto:

    • Deckard Shaw: Member of the British military since age 20, major in the Special Air Service, recipient of the Victoria Cross Award, UK Special Forces assassin. In Mr. Nobody’s words, the man is a “legitimate English badass.”
    • Dominic Toretto: Races cars real good, lifts weights.

    At the end of Furious 7, Dom and Shaw engage in a head-to-head fight. As they run at each other, the film slows down and the music swells in a dramatic chorus. It’s very pretty, but even for the franchise, it’s absurd.

    The Fast & Furious movies take place in a universe where most problems can be solved by driving faster and furiouser. That’s why Dom can ramp his car off a collapsing parking garage and hook a bag of grenades on a helicopter. That follows his universe’s rules. But winning a hand-to-hand fight against a trained assassin? No.

  • His Emotions Disappear In The Later Films on Random reasons why Dominic Toretto Is Worst Part Of 'Fast And Furious'

    (#8) His Emotions Disappear In The Later Films

    In the early 2000s, Vin Diesel appeared in three films that would define him for the rest of his career: Pitch Black (2000), The Fast and the Furious (2001), and xXx (2002). Riddick, Dominic Toretto, and Xander Cage are basically the same character: outlaws who abide by a personal code and will not hesitate to deliver a meaty curb stomp to those that cross them. Yet what separates Toretto from the other two is a surprisingly emotional performance in the original Fast & Furious.

    In 2001, Diesel’s star was on the rise, and he played Dom with the fiery spirit of a young, hungry actor. Dom’s ambition, joy, rage, and even fear are worn right on his cut-off sleeve. At the end of the film, Dom’s voice breaks when he tells Brian he has to find Jesse. After nearly getting Vince offed, he’s terrified of what will happen to the most vulnerable member of his crew - and even more terrified of what he will do in retaliation. As ever, Dom battles with the two halves of his personality: the cool, calculating outlaw, and the reckless, raging rider.

    After refusing to return for an FF sequel and agreeing to the mildest of cameos in FF3, Diesel officially returned to the franchise with Fast & Furious, but by that point all nuance to the character was gone. Diesel was at a very different stage of his career, and the Dom in FF4 is almost a completely different person: laconic, emotionless, and dull. While this can be explained by saying the character is dealing with the apparent passing of his lover, Dom’s stoicism only intensifies in later films - well past the point that Letty returns to the franchise.

    For the latter half of the Fast & Furious series, Dom is a caricature of toughness with little to no indication that he has any interior life at all. Maybe Diesel stopped caring, or maybe Dom's been constipated since 2009.

  • He Is Responsible For The Demise Of Both His Girlfriends on Random reasons why Dominic Toretto Is Worst Part Of 'Fast And Furious'

    (#5) He Is Responsible For The Demise Of Both His Girlfriends

    The plot of 2009’s Fast & Furious is efficiently simple: Someone has offed Letty, Dom’s girlfriend, and he wants revenge. When Dom learns that Letty was secretly working for Brian in order to get Dom’s record expunged, he doesn't take it well. In his eyes, this means Brian is responsible for Letty's demise, but any mature adult knows the opposite is true.

    The whole reason Dom has a record is because he and his crew were stealing DVD players out of the backs of trucks in The Fast and the Furious. Brian didn't make Dom do that. Then, in Fast & Furious, we see that Dom and Letty are living a content - if unlawful - life in the Dominican Republic, until Dom abandons her in the supposedly "noble" attempt to keep her safe. Had Dom just accepted Letty’s independent choice to stay with him, she never would have tried to clean his record. That makes Dom doubly responsible for her demise - at least until she's revealed to be alive at the end of Fast Five.

    Dom is also responsible for the passing of Elena Neves, the Brazilian cop he begins dating in Fast Five. Though the two end their relationship on good terms, Elena is abducted by Cipher in The Fate of the Furious and used as leverage against Dom, the father of her child. This leverage works until it doesn’t, and Elena is taken out in front of him.

    F8 may be the series’ worst entry, and ending Elena for the sake of drama is the most glaring example. Instead of being emotionally resonant, it just solidifies the fact that being associated with Dominic Toretto is a fast ticket to the grave.

  • He Regularly Endangers Countless Bystanders on Random reasons why Dominic Toretto Is Worst Part Of 'Fast And Furious'

    (#7) He Regularly Endangers Countless Bystanders

    This isn’t a shortcoming limited to Dom, but as the leader of his crew, he bears the greatest responsibility. Every installment of the Fast & Furious series features ridiculous levels of collateral damage to both property and people. Let’s tally up the most egregious examples:

    • In The Fast and the Furious, Dom’s poorly planned heist nearly results in Vince's end.
    • In Fast & Furious, he demolishes an oil tanker (and its driver’s livelihood) and causes accidents all along the route of his street race for Arturo Braga.
    • In Fast Five, he almost certainly harms and possibly kills countless civilians while dragging a massive safe through the streets of Rio - and finally manages to bring about Vince's demise.
    • In Fast & Furious 6, his antics on the bridge endanger several commuters (and break the laws of physics).
    • In Furious 7, his sister and nephew are nearly blown to smithereens due to his personal beef with Deckard Shaw.

    Finally, in The Fate of the Furious, there are few friends or civilians that are safe from Dom's wildly irresponsible driving and overall behavior. He commits international espionage, alienates his "family," lets his baby mama perish, then makes his wife raise their lovechild.

  • His Brand Loyalty Is Asinine on Random reasons why Dominic Toretto Is Worst Part Of 'Fast And Furious'

    (#11) His Brand Loyalty Is Asinine

    When Brian saves Dom from getting picked up by the cops in The Fast and the Furious, Dom returns the favor by inviting him into his home and offering him a beer. "You can have any brew you want, as long as it’s a Corona," he says. It’s a charming moment, and a play on Henry Ford’s tongue-in-cheek phrase that men could have any color of Model T they wanted, "so long as it is black."

    In the first FF, this exchange means nothing apart from the fact that Dom has a preference for the Mexican beer. However, as the series progresses, this preference mutates into a full-blown refusal to drink literally any other beer. When Mr. Nobody offers Dom a pint of what is undoubtedly world-class Belgian ale in Furious 7, Dom stares at him with blank-faced condescension. "I'm more of a Corona man myself," he says.

    Mr. Nobody has bent over backwards to offer Dom protection, equipment, and unlimited access to government funds, and Dom can’t even muster a polite, "No, thank you."

    In fact, Dom’s reaction is so predictably childish that Mr. Nobody has already procured a bucket of Corona in advance. That’s not charming - it’s asinine.

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Who is the most impressive character in the Fast And The Furious? Most people like the leading role of Dominic Toretto the most, he is cool and brave, it seems that he has never been afraid of any difficulty, and can always save people from danger.  As of 2018, a total of 8 movies released, Dominic Toretto as the most important role also received mixed critic, everyone has own idea about the best character.

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