Just when you watch a movie and get a great idea, you go online and find that someone already did it and they did it better. I found this article called, "Ask A Physicist: Could You Pull of the Fast 5 Heist in Real Life?"
The article breaks down a few scenes first by setting up the problem and identifying knowns based on what characters said. For example, they use the phrase "Ten tons of security" to calculate how much mass the cars have to pull. Next they check if the cars could really accelerate that quickly. Then they use momentum and acceleration to check out some of those crazy turns.
The nice thing is that the article has the specific movie clips embedded in the article so I don't have to go and find them all myself. :D
Kelly Garcia teaches physics in New York City to Latino students using a humourous and hands-on approach. She manages to circumvent the boredom of test-prep with thoughtful and creative projects.