Vengeance Hits Home
Deckard Shaw seeks revenge against Dominic Toretto and his family for his comatose brother.
Deckard Shaw seeks revenge against Dominic Toretto and his family for his comatose brother.
Vin Diesel Paul Walker Dwayne Johnson Michelle Rodriguez Tyrese Gibson Ludacris Jordana Brewster Djimon Hounsou Tony Jaa Ronda Rousey Nathalie Emmanuel Kurt Russell Jason Statham Gal Gadot Lucas Black Elsa Pataky Noel Gugliemi John Brotherton Luke Evans Ali Fazal Miller Kimsey Charlie Kimsey Eden Estrella Gentry White Iggy Azalea Jon Lee Brody Levy Tran Anna Colwell Viktor Hernandez Show All…
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One of their own is dead. Fans of the Fast & Furious knew this day was coming. Han had to go to Tokyo eventually. Less than two years ago, we were almost ready for that moment, but what no one saw coming was the tragic passing of Paul Walker. His death, changed everything. What do you do now? How do you pay your respects to Paul? Well, you rally, and make your story about one last ride. The last ride is special. The last ride is all about family. The last ride is an awesome tribute to Paul. Buckle up, it's go time.
I'm a huge Paul Walker fan. I've grown up with him. His death sucked. If you've never seen…
"This time it ain't just about being fast.”
James Wan, who is well known for directing horror films (The Conjuring and Saw), took over the seventh film in this franchise replacing Justin Lin who had been sitting on the director’s chair since the third installment. What I found most interesting about this franchise is that it didn’t seem like it was going anywhere after its solid debut in 2001 since the first couple of sequels focused on different characters and storylines. Even when they got the entire cast back together in 2009 for the fourth film I didn’t feel like it was anything special. I’d always mildly enjoyed the films, but it wasn’t until Fast Five that I was really…
Rotten Tomatoes: 81%
Metacritic Metascore: 67
Release Date: 03 April 2015
Distributor: Universal Pictures
Worldwide Gross: $1.515B
Dominic Toretto: "I used to say I live my life a quarter-mile at a time and I think that's why we were brothers - because you did too. No matter where you are, whether it's a quarter-mile away or halfway across the world, you'll always be with me. And you'll always be my brother."
SYNOPSIS: Deckard Shaw seeks revenge against Dominic Toretto and his family for his comatose brother.
- Source: IMDb
This particular plot was fun albeit redundant, as is the case in most of these films, and I thoroughly enjoyed it. Of course, you have your…
When it comes to The Fast and Furious Franchise, I'm really not that big of a fan. I consider Fast Five to be the best of the bunch, but I still only gave it a low 3.5/5. The biggest problem this series faces is everything in between the action is very lacking. Don't get me wrong, I like to turn my brain off and have fun; I just wish these movies gave me a little more in between the impressive action sequences. Overall the franchise is fun for the most part, which is mainly due to the cast.
Even though I'm not a big fan of the franchise, I was pretty excited for Furious 7 for two reasons: James Wan…
Furious 7 is one of the most nonsensical, stupid, and goofy movies that I've seen since Fast and Furious 6, so that should tell you something about the bars that they keep topping in regards to crazy explosions and witty quips that make no sense. They're fun, globetrotting, silly, and bonkers in every aspect, but at least they have heart. This film in particular is all of those things turned up not to 11, but to 12.
In spite of all that, by the end, all you're thinking about is Paul Walker and his tragic passing. The conclusion to this film is simply beautiful. The ocean takes everything away eventually, out into the great beyond. RIP Paul, and thanks for the memories.
It’s not that they jump a car from one building to another. It’s that they jump a car from one building to another and then to a second building — and when they make the first jump they cut to a super wide shot so you can see the third building in the distance and think to yourself “Holy shit they are going to jump the other one too.” That’s cinema magic right there.
Furious 7 is not the best Fast (that’s Fast Five, although I haven’t had time to rewatch it this week) but it’s arguably the purest version of what these movies have become, namely this deeply sentimental tribute to macho brotherhood and its ability to defeat anything, up to and including physics. Also, this would make a weirdly interesting double feature with Once Upon a Time in America for a lot of reasons.
"Cars can't fly."
SHUT UP I'M NOT CRYING YOU'RE CRYING
i miss when these movies were set on earth.
the Fast & Furious series went into overdrive after FAST FIVE and decided to mimic marvel and has now become a steroidal cartoon soap opera without a hint of tactile reality. makes for some fine moments, but is a real drag overall. it doesn't help that statham's villain character is a complete non-entity, or that the movie's preference for aphorisms over relationships cheapens its inevitably tearjerking sendoff to paul walker.
“Cars can’t fly.” Brian O’Connor (Paul Walker) explains to his child early on in Furious 7 – cars most certainly cannot fly, but that doesn’t stop these movies from making them. It’s hard to believe it’s only been four years since Fast Five (and director Justin Lin) reinvented the Fast films, turning the vigorously oblivious, melodramatic shlock with a penchant for vehicle-centric mayhem and homoerotic camaraderie into the weirdly superb action-franchise hybrid we now know it as. Appropriating the globetrotting pleasures of Mission Impossible, the suave charms of Bond and buddy-heist fun of Ocean’s 11, and doubling down on the good-natured earnestness and charisma the franchise has had since day one – the recent instalments…
I saw this in a packed theater and the final moment of the movie was really polarizing. Some people were crying and some were laughing and a lot of people were totally silent. It’s tough to blame people for laughing at this, even though it seems callous as hell. It’s just that I’ve never seen a movie end like this, with one of the stars addressing old digitally added footage his actually dead friend to call him his brother and tell him that he will see him again in heaven. It’s an unbelievably sad and unguarded moment in a, like, ten billion dollar film franchise. I don’t think anything like that has ever happened elsewhere in film. It feels like…
'Dominic Toretto. You don't know me, but you're about to.'
Picking up straight after the events of Fast 6 and of course, strangely Tokyo Drift, Vin Diesel and his crew face a new threat from Jason Statham's Deckard Shaw.
If you thought the stunts could not get more outrageous and over the top after the last two films then wait until you see some of the set pieces here.
The action is well handled as always and its good to see a major role for Kurt Russell. There are problems, Dwayne Johnson seems underused and the third act does suffer with stunt doubles/CGI masking the sad absence of Paul Walker which is often distracting.
Overall though, this is a fitting send off to the late Paul Walker and the final few minutes will leave a lump in your throat.
Seven films in, it looks as though The Fast and Furious franchise still has plenty of gas left in the tank.
Overall Grade: B
Entertainment Level Grade: A+
i miss paul walker too much. this one hurt ☹️
The right people died but they were still the wrong people.
Really enjoyed the...uh...."intermission" I had while watching this movie. A date-night classic.
So good. Vin diesel holds up a car by its front end and I didn’t bat an eye.
This is the first Fast Furious movie I ever saw. In a sold out theater with a cheering audience. One of the funnest movie experiences I have ever had.
Now I watched it after seeing all 6 that come before and...I liked it less. But, it is still fun. So over the top.
I think I prefered 5 and 6. This one peaks into so action packed, impossible stunts, it hits the level that leaves me a bit overwhelmed and wanting to shut down. But, watching this movie, knowing Paul Walker died while filming, knowing his brothers are playing him in certain scenes, knowing the other actors must have been full of sadness, dealing with the loss of a co-worker…
In this one the fast family go to a remote island to stop dinosaurs from escaping.
While the plot isn’t the best of the franchise, emotionally and character wise it’s one of the best.
I never expected to cry after watching this film. Fantastic send off for Paul Walker.
This is how you deal with the passing of a key actor in your franchise. (Dear Disney please take notes. Don’t mess up how you handle Chadwick in BP2.)
A beautiful example of the hero’s journey.
fast car go boom boom
I see you sending vehicles through towers
Deckard Shaw is by far my favourite character in the entire franchise
also pretty solid, the ending scene is memorable RIP Paul Walker