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24° & CLOUDY ON THURSDAY 20 DECEMBER IN BRISBANE
By Sarah Ward
January 30, 2018
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Fast & Furious Drive-In Marathon

Race on in for a night of high-octane flicks at the Yatala Drive-In.
By Sarah Ward
January 30, 2018
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If you live your life a quarter-mile at a time, then you'll want to travel quite a few of them for Yatala Drive-In's latest movie marathon. In the kind of film frenzy that's tailor-made for their particular setting, the outdoor picture palace will be screening four flicks from the Fast & Furious franchise over one night. And yep, of course you'll be watching them in your car.

From 7pm on February 3, prepare to rev your engines as the movie that started it all kicks things off, before the high-octane cinema spectacle jumps forward to the fifth, sixth and seventh instalments. If you've mixed up the franchise's many titles featuring the words 'fast' and/or 'furious', here's what you're in for: 2001's The Fast and the Furious (aka Point Break with vehicles), 2011's Fast Five (the one where The Rock joins the fun), 2013's Fast & Furious 6 (featuring a back-from-the-dead favourite) and 2015's Furious 7 (otherwise known as "hey, let's throw Jason Statham into the mix as well.")

Bringing your family, whether they're related by blood or they're the friends you consider as close as kin, seems like a fitting thing to do. Tickets cost $69 per carload, and in good news for hungry viewers, the on-site diner will be open until midnight.

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