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    Furious 7
    Dominic Toretto (Vin Diesel) and his tight-knit gang of street racers must battle the brother of a defeated nemesis and rescue a software genius from terrorists. The film is dedicated to series regular Paul Walker, who died halfway through production. ~ Violet LeVoit, Rovi

    Cast & Crew


    • Vin Diesel
      Vin Diesel - Dominic Toretto
    • Paul Walker
      Paul Walker - Brian O'Conner
    • Tony Jaa
      Tony Jaa - Louie Tran
    • Jason Statham
      Jason Statham - Deckard Shaw
    • Dwayne Johnson
      Dwayne Johnson - Luke Hobbs



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    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      good

      Posted
      DMerritt
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      Tyrese Gibson as Roman Pearce Nathalie Emmanuel as Megan Tony Jaa as Louie Tran Shad Moss as Twinkie Ludacris as Tej Parker Director James Wan Writer Chris Morgan Director of Photography Stephen F. Windon Action, Crime, Thriller Rated PG-13 for prolonged frenetic sequences of violence, action and mayhem, suggestive content and brief strong language 137 minutes ★★★☇ | Odie Henderson April 3, 2015 | Print Page “Furious 7” is a glorious overcompensation, a film so concerned about its rampant machismo that the casual viewer might miss how it Tokyo-drifts atop soap opera bubbles. Like Lee Daniels' hit TV drama “Empire,” “Furious 7” is stuffed with situations that require go-for-broke absurdity, but even Daniels and his nighttime soap predecessor Aaron Spelling would pause before attempting the level of “get the f—k outta here!” style shenanigans director James Wan and writer Chris Morgan employ. Watch Now Standing atop this installment of the series is its own Cookie Lyon, Dominic Toretto (Vin Diesel). Like Cookie, played by Taraji P. Henson on “Empire”, Toretto will protect those he loves at any cost. He spends the entire film seeking revenge. Those unfamiliar with the franchise will be left to their own devices as to why. There’s no “last time on the Fast and the Furious” recap to get you up to speed, and one shouldn’t expect it from a movie with "7" in its title. Viewers of “Fast and Furious 6” will know that the Tokyo-set demise of Han (Sung Kang), one of the main characters, sets this new installment’s plot in motion. After a package mailed from Tokyo nearly blows Toretto and his comrade-in-arms Brian (Paul Walker) to smithereens, Toretto senses a connection and is immediately out for blood. The bomb, and Han’s death, are courtesy of Deckard Shaw (Jason Statham), an Englishman whose first stateside order of business is to hack the computer of Luke Hobbs (Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson) to find Toretto and his cohorts. Hobbs has this information because—last time on "The Fast and the Furious"—Hobbs’ DSS agent practically blackmailed Toretto and company to help him take down a mercenary organization run by Deckard Shaw’s brother, Owen (Luke Evans). In exchange for succeeding at this job and killing Owen, Hobbs cleared the criminal records the Toretto Team acquired two movies ago. For having this information, Hobbs is severely injured by Deckard in one of “Furious 7”’s numerous fight sequences. Toretto reassembles his crew, which includes Brian, IT guy Tej (Chris “Ludacris” Bridges), smooth-talker Roman (Tyrese) and Dominic’s partner, Letty (Michelle Rodriguez). Letty has amnesia because, previously on "The Fast and The Furious," she got blown up and was presumed dead. Though she has no memory of her former romantic life with Dominic, he holds out hope she’ll regain her memory.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      For Paul a Fitting Tribute

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      kenn
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      I've got nothing but praise for this movie. Here we are, the seventh film in to a long running franchise and it just happens to be one of the best, one of the most unique and one of the most creative yet. Throughout the Fast and Furious series, the franchise has slowly grown from its humble beginnings as an undercover cop film that featured street racers and fast cars to something bigger and more bombastic with each new entry. No complaints from this guy either. I've loved the ride. Furious 7 to me is the most "blockbuster" film of the series to date. I honestly don't think this movie was any less exciting or "big" than any Marvel movie I've seen except for maybe Avengers and Winter Soldier. It was a huge movie, even more ambitious than the 6th which I thought was extremely ambitious in its own right. This has instantly become one of my favorites in the series easily on Par with #1 and #5 my other two favorites. I also wanted to say what I thought about the Paul Walker situation. The way his character is handled in this film is nothing short of brilliant. I know the film was only half finished when he passed away, but you would never know it. The character "Brian" has no less screen time than he has always had. And keeping this spoiler free, the way they handled writing him out of further movies was straight up brilliant, touching and moved at least this guy to tears. Honestly. It was a tragedy that Paul Walker died so young and his unfortunate passing must have created a huge problem for the production of this film that could've ended up leaving it a complete disaster. Luckily that was not the case. I would love to shake the hands of everyone involved in making this movie for the way that they handled Paul's passing and finishing the filming with his character still completely intact. It was an outstanding tribute to an integral player in this franchise and an actor taken before his time. I'm sure it was not an easy undertaking. The creative team behind this film all deserve all the kudos in the world for the most respectful send off of Paul Walker they could have possibly come up with. I'm sure his family and friends would be proud, as would he.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      A "Pink Slip" Winner

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      MrGiggles24
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      If you've seen the first installment of The Fast And The Furious franchise, you'd get my review's title is referencing a plot point from it, basically the award given to the winner of a race. Starting with the 5th installment, the series mixed up it's "parts" to consist of a movie that doesn't take itself seriously and contains action sequences so over-the-top they'll have you laughing while astounded by the impressive nature of them. However, this is not your average "popcorn flick", because James Wan, a renowned genre filmmaker, has crafted a film that (dare I say) is the best installment in the series. Not only is it a thrilling ride on the surface, but surprisingly features many subtle thought-provoking allusions to real life events. I.e. The War In Iraq, critiqing the US's hunger for oil in the Middle East, the NSA and the Patriot Act, even criticizing the laws surrounding Drone Strikes (particularly on United State's soil). The acting from the cast is for the most part what you'd expect from a typical action film, however their were some exceptional perfromances from certain cast members near the end regarding Paul Walker's character (most notably Jordana Brewster on the phone with Paul and also Vin Diesel when he breaks the "fourth wall" at the end of the film). As per usual with the series, the inspirational theme regarding family, like making sure to always love family members through thick and thin and to always help a family member in their time of need. In fact, the scenes surrounding memory loss with Michelle Rodriguez's character, hit close to home for me personally, because I interpreted them as her trying to cope with a mental disorder (like depression) and Vin Diesel's character supporting her throughout (just like a family member should do to support a person suffering from depression). Don't let that part of the film deter you with its serious nature, because it's a very miniscule part and for the most part the tone relies on the comedic relief supplied throughout. In conclusion, it's a great film and even if you've never been a fan of the series, it's a great intro to beginners. As for this product I bought from Best Buy, the Steelbook is wonderful, and the artwork beautiful. It matches perfectly with the 6 other Fast And Furious Steelbooks that Best Buy released. I highly recommend it to anyone and it'd make a great gift to that car fanatic in your life.

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    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Best Furious Yet

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      mattm
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      I've got nothing but praise for this movie. Here we are, the seventh film in to a long running franchise and it just happens to be one of the best, one of the most unique and one of the most creative yet. Throughout the Fast and Furious series, the franchise has slowly grown from its humble beginnings as an undercover cop film that featured street racers and fast cars to something bigger and more bombastic with each new entry. No complaints from this guy either. I've loved the ride. Furious 7 to me is the most "blockbuster" film of the series to date. I honestly don't think this movie was any less exciting or "big" than any Marvel movie I've seen except for maybe Avengers and Winter Soldier. It was a huge movie, even more ambitious than the 6th which I thought was extremely ambitious in its own right. This has instantly become one of my favorites in the series easily on Par with #1 and #5 my other two favorites. I also wanted to say what I thought about the Paul Walker situation. The way his character is handled in this film is nothing short of brilliant. I know the film was only half finished when he passed away, but you would never know it. The character "Brian" has no less screen time than he has always had. And keeping this spoiler free, the way they handled writing him out of further movies was straight up brilliant, touching and moved at least this guy to tears. Honestly. It was a tragedy that Paul Walker died so young and his unfortunate passing must have created a huge problem for the production of this film that could've ended up leaving it a complete disaster. Luckily that was not the case. I would love to shake the hands of everyone involved in making this movie for the way that they handled Paul's passing and finishing the filming with his character still completely intact. It was an outstanding tribute to an integral player in this franchise and an actor taken before his time. I'm sure it was not an easy undertaking. The creative team behind this film all deserve all the kudos in the world for the most respectful send off of Paul Walker they could have possibly come up with. I'm sure his family and friends would be proud, as would he.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Great Action Movie. Touching Paul Walker Tribute

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      filmfreak
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      This movie is jammed packed with action, from start to finish. The stunts, as always, are just out of this world. No, granted, you wouldn't be able to run up the side of a falling bus as it slides down the side of a cliff. But I bet you as well as I wish you could right? And no we couldn't dodge that amount of high spec weaponry and drive cars like the way they do in this film. But again, I bet you as well as I wish you could right? What is with all the negativity? You want to be entertained, not sit there yawning while scratching your backside drifting off, dribbling into your own lap. 'Get real' How boring would it be to sit and watch things that happen is every day life? We have the soaps for all that! I dread to think what your review would be on the Terminator franchise. (LOL) For me, the acting was again superb by all of the main cast. And Kurt Russell is just as good as ever in my opinion. All the stunts were very well executed, the fight scene choreography was also very thrilling to watch. All in all I think it's a very entertaining, and in parts touching film. The tribute at the end was a very fitting, and moving scene for Paul, who was a fine actor. Not only in this franchise but also in any other film I have seen him in. He was a very big talent and will be greatly missed in the industry. I don't mind admitting the bit of leakage I had from my eyelids viewing the end. RIP Paul Walker.

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    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Kind of cheap

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      Sirik
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      First off, this is not a film that you watch because it's some sort of masterpiece of cinema; It is not. It does not make very much sense from the perspectives of plot, character motivation/development, and we will not even go into physics since that idea went out the window somewhere around the third entry in the series... What this really represents is a terrific, action-packed, popcorn movie; Lots of fun, expensive cars, and a surprisingly touching tribute to the late Paul Walker. If you like the series, this is right in line, and actually one of the better titles. Probably worth 4.5/5 stars. HOWEVER, this review is also for the Best Buy Steelbook edition, which is significantly less impressive. I have become rather enamored with Steelbook cases over the years, and already had the preceding two titles in Steelbook, so this seemed an obvious winner. Unfortunately, the quality is decidedly lesser, with a flimsy, glossy metal surface. The image on the case seems alright, as if it were a dye sublimation print, but the lack of any texturing, and lack of any rigidity make it a disappointment. Same blu-ray and DVD content as other packaging (I work at a large public library, so I checked the discs). Closer to 2.5 or 3 / 5 Conclusion: Very fun film, if you like the genre. And if you care to have the steelbook, and it's on sale, great. If it's more expensive, I would say to skip it. Overall 4/5 stars.

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    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Great continuation of the series

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      devW
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      Best Furious to date - we watched this opening night, and have watched every one. This is the best one so far - great car scenes, death defying stunts, over the top villains and hot girls/cars/guys - what's not to love? This is a great guy movie - it is also a great girls night out movie, and a great date movie - it truly has something for everyone. This has everything you expect from the Furious franchise, but an even bigger focus on family. The funny thing is, after watching this, it made me think a lot of the Disney animated movie Lilo & Stitch :). I loved the addition of Kurt Russell, as well as Jason Statham, who plays pretty much the same character he always plays, just on the villain side this time. Amazing what they did with this movie from a continuity and filming perspective given the timing of the situation with Paul Walker, all I can say is wow, and there has to be some sort of award for this movie this year. The tribute at the end was extremely moving, and if you are a Paul Walker fan, you might find yourself welling up just a bit (or more). Made me think a bit about my friends as well. So go have a great time and don't miss this one! If you haven't seen the others in the franchise, make sure to see what you've missed - it helps make the story that much more interesting. But regardless, it is a ride!

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Heck of a ride! BEST Furious to date great ending

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      Best Furious to date. This is the best one so far - great car scenes, death defying stunts, over the top villains and hot girls/cars/guys - what's not to love? This is a great guy movie - it is also a great girls night out movie, and a great date movie - it truly has something for everyone. This has everything you expect from the Furious franchise, but an even bigger focus on family. The funny thing is, after watching this, it made me think a lot of the Disney animated movie Lilo & Stitch :). I loved the addition of Kurt Russell, as well as Jason Statham, who plays pretty much the same character he always plays, just on the villain side this time. Amazing what they did with this movie from a continuity and filming perspective given the timing of the situation with Paul Walker, all I can say is wow, and there has to be some sort of award for this movie this year. The tribute at the end was extremely moving, and if you are a Paul Walker fan, you might find yourself welling up just a bit (or more). Made me think a bit about my friends as well. So go have a great time and don't miss this one! If you haven't seen the others in the franchise, make sure to see what you've missed - it helps make the story that much more interesting. But regardless, it is a heck of a ride!

      I would recommend this to a friend



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