Furious 7 opened in Singapore last Thursday (April 2). Time to revisit all those times the Fast and Furious movies made us sit up and ask: “Is that even possible??”

Because honestly, why else would you even watch a Fast And Furious movie? So here it is, in no particular: 5 impossibly improbable stunts from the six movies.

1) Car, meet tank. Tank, this is car. (Fast and Furious 6, 2013)

There’s a tank (yes, really) hurtling along an elevated highway, while dragging a car wreck behind it.

Ultimately, that very same car causes said tank to overturn, sending your true love (the missing Letty, played by Michelle Rodriguez) flying into the air. What do you then?

Only one thing for it: Launch yourself into the air, catch your lady love, land on a nearby car and then make googly eyes at her. Awwww. Get a room, you two!

2) Gotta catch that boat (2 Fast 2 Furious, 2002)

Brian (Paul Walker) and Roman (Tyrese Gibson) can see Customs Service agent Monica (Eva Mendes) trapped on a yacht with the baddie.

But they’re on shore and far from them. So it makes perfect sense to get into their car, race the yacht along the shore and then, well…you can see for yourself.

3) There must be some way out of here. (Fast 5, 2011)

Dom Toretto’s (Vin Diesel) on a bus headed to prison, when Brian, Dom’s sister Mia (Jordana Brewster) and some other dude show up in three impossibly hot cars.

Mia does a doughnut and sends the bus reeling, before Brian uses the side of his car to send the bus into cartwheels. Which is a bit like jumping off a tall building with an umbrella and expecting it to break your fall.

But the end result is spectacular.

4) Petrol very expensive siah (Fast & Furious, 2009)

By now, we’re beginning to see a pattern: Fast And Furious producers reaaalllly like flying vehicles. And so it goes with stunt number four, where an oil tanker heist goes wrong, sending it – you guessed it – flying into the air.

But never fear, cos Dom’s here, and not even a burning oil tanker can take that man down. Timing it just right, he manages to drive UNDERNEATH the flaming tanker as it flips and flips and flips.

5) Drift, dammit, drift! (The Fast and The Furious: Tokyo Drift, 2006)

By Fast And Furious standards, this last stunt is somewhat pedestrian, especially considering that it’s not the regular cast doing the thrills and spills.

But it’s still pretty damn impressive when you consider that Lucas Black (Sean Boswell ) and co race through the crowded streets of Tokyo, then do a drift through Shibuya Crossing, one of the busiest pedestrian crossings in the world.

Source: Toronto Sun, Complex