ByJancy Richardson, writer at
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Jancy Richardson

The Fast & the Furious series has taken us on an emotional journey from beginning to end. The importance of family, the bonds we form with those we love as we go through life... all of these things are cherished and celebrated in these deeply felt movies.

They mean so much to so many people but to me, these were the most emotional scenes in the Fast & Furious series. I'd love to hear which scenes you guys found the most heartbreaking...

5. Jesse's Death

Jesse is such a good kid, he's brave and supportive and the most charmingly childlike of the Fast Family. It's heartbreaking to see him gunned down in an act of such senseless violence. It's Jesse's sweetness that made this scene more tragic for me than even losing the mighty Han later in the series.

Movie: The Fast & The Furious

4. Letty's Funeral

I was torn between Letty's death scene, her funeral and her surprise comeback. Letty and Dom have been in love since the very first Fast & Furious movie so all of these moments are really touching. I chose the funeral because the family are together, mourning, while Dom broods in the distance.

Movie: Fast Five

3. Brian and Mia Speak the Truth

This scene had me crying in the cinema. Knowing that Paul Walker passed away before his last, great Fast & Furious appearance was made public made an already touching scene catastrophically heartbreaking. Brian and Mia Forever!

Movie: Furious 7

2. Salute Mi Familia

Any scene with the Fast Family together is guaranteed to get me tearing up: the love and companionship between these guys - both on screen and real life - is a thing of beauty. And has anyone ever spoken truer words?

Money will come and go. We all know that. The most important thing in life will always be the people in this room. Right here, right now. Salute, mi familia.

Movie: Fast Five

1. The Fork in the Road

After the stunning family gathering on the beach at the end of Furious 7, I didn't think I could get any more emotional. I was totally wrong! The final scene between Brian and Dom, a sad, wistful echo of their first race together before Brian drives poetically away was a real gutpunch. RIP Paul Walker.

Movie: Furious 7

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