2 Fast 2 Furious is the story of how Brian O’Conner cleans his record of the crimes he committed in the first movie, mainly, allowing Toretto to escape. It’s a necessary story line so that O’Conner doesn’t have to continually hide from the law during his other adventures. Although, from what I can tell, he eventually hooks back up with Dom Toretto in the fourth movie, and I’m sure he goes about spraining a few more laws.
The feds catch up with O’Conner in Miami, and offer to cleanse his record if he helps them catch the drug dealer, Carter Verone. Verone needs two drivers to transport dirty money from a trailer park the local cops are staking out. O’Conner is supposed to find out where Verone is taking the money, and then the feds can be there to bust him when the he takes possession of it.
O’Conner agrees to take the job and recruits an old friend Roman Pearce (Tyrese Gibson) to be the second part of the team. Roman could use a clean slate himself. This scene sums up their relationship quite well:
The main thing I learned from this movie is that the world of underground street racing has its own language—the head nod. They can have entire conversations without using their words.
I am telling you someone farts at :06. My money is on the girl on the left because it matches up with when she hops off the truck.
Out of Context Fun (Be careful if you have headphones. It gets kind of loud.)