Furious 7

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Serving up a fresh round of over-the-top thrills while adding unexpected dramatic heft, Furious 7 keeps the franchise moving in more ways than one.



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Continuing the global exploits in the unstoppable franchise built on speed, Vin Diesel, Paul Walker and Dwayne Johnson lead the returning cast of Fast & Furious 7. James Wan directs this chapter of the hugely successful series that also welcomes back favorites Michelle Rodriguez, Jordana Brewster, Tyrese Gibson, Chris "Ludacris" Bridges, Elsa Pataky and Lucas Black. They are joined by international action stars new to the franchise including Jason Statham, Djimon Hounsou, Tony Jaa, Ronda Rousey and Kurt Russell.

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Vin Diesel
as Dominic Toretto
Paul Walker
as Brian O'Conner
Jason Statham
as Deckard Shaw
Dwayne Johnson
as Luke Hobbs
Tony Jaa
as Louie Tran
Michelle Rodriguez
as Letty Ortiz
Tyrese Gibson
as Roman Pearce
Jordana Brewster
as Mia Toretto
Iggy Azalea
as Female Racer
Anna Colwell
as Hot Teacher
Stephanie Jones
as Emirati Woman
Tara Macken
as Bedroom Body Guard
Elena Diaz
as Foam Girl
Sasha Casares
as Car Wash Bikini Model
Jose Abril
as Hector's Crew
Vivian Yoon Lee
as Abu Dhabi Art Gallery Curator
Zane Pittman
as Tuner Guy Funeral
Karim Abu Naba'a
as Prince Karim
Dior C. Choi
as Han Lue Brother
Andrew Ayala
as Anton Toretto
Alex McGee
as Young Dominic Toretto
Marina Voruz
as Cocktail Waitress
Brian Mahoney
as Drone Tech
Jon Lee Brody
as Male Racer
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  • The fact that Furious 7 is messier than any of the past installments is more than mitigated by its grandeur. "Dom, cars don't fly! Cars don't fly!" Brian yells before its biggest stunt. Furious 7 makes you believe they can.

    Nov 10, 2015
  • The director, James Wan, sends cars repeatedly airborne and seems himself to marvel at the results; the movie's real subject is the stunt work, but its stars' authentic chemistry lends melody to its relentless beat.

    Apr 6, 2015 | Full Review…
  • As zippy, playful and amiably preposterous as the best of the previous models.

    Apr 5, 2015 | Full Review…

    Mark Jenkins

    Top Critic
  • "Furious 7" could have come across as ghoulish, but it's not until the very end that we're reminded of Walker's fate, and the filmmakers handle it with taste and respect.

    Apr 4, 2015 | Rating: 3.0
  • Who would have thought that a series addicted to the high of movement could also summon a solemnity that leaves you moved?

    Apr 3, 2015 | Full Review…
  • The only grace note in this otherwise determinedly graceless movie is the classy way Walker's exit is handled. To say more is to say too much.

    Apr 3, 2015 | Rating: C+ | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for Furious 7

Quite simply is the Fast and Furious franchise, the best, worst movies ever made? I believe they are. The latest instalment Furious 7 is full of unbelievable action, choppy acting and chock full of clichéd dialogue. That's not to say these films don't look great, because they do! These unrealistic action pieces are so beautifully shot and executed much to the credit of James Wan (The Conjuring). Another highlight of the film and franchise as a whole is the diverse cast, making it easily accessible to a wide audience. As much as I wanted to enjoy this film, being Paul Walker's last film, I cannot give it a glowing recommendation. However, this doesn't mean you shouldn't see it, its a great two hours of brainless fun and thrills and the touching montage to Paul Walker at the end is well worth the admission and possible tears. However, if you're looking for realism and a solid story this is not your movie. 2/5

Jarrad Climpson
Jarrad Climpson

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Although the series began with the emphasis on racing fast cars, with a bit of bimbo tail showcased between races to hold yer interest, the racing angle has been chucked here to lean into a James Bond-like adventure (with the pre-requisite bimbo tail showcased every now and then lest one thought they forgot where they came from). Jason Statham is the conflict, as if they decided to give the fans The Transporter versus The Fast and The Furious fight that they've been clamoring for, and it works, but only because they move from one crazy action set piece to another, each bigger than the last, with hardly a breath taken in between. The film only lags when the actors actually have to talk to one another, and then everyone looks nervous. No worries, there's more action coming in just a second. You will believe that cars can fly, so often are cars in the air here. While I wanted to complain that everything was just plain unbelievable and meant solely for teenagers, the adults I saw it with totally overlooked these deficits and wholeheartedly enjoyed the thing. I suppose that in the days of a successful movie series based on a guy flying around in an iron suit being okay then my concerns about something reality based are merely insubstantial.

Kevin M. Williams
Kevin M. Williams

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An insane collection of three huge action scenes with little to no basis in the real world. Entertaining but also incredibly shallow and somewhat silly.

Jens S.
Jens S.

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Yeah alright Toretto we get it! family, family, family, sheesh! How is this still going? seriously how?? they're even starting to run out of movie title ideas for Lord's sake. Number seven, following on from the previous movie in some kind of large Marvel inspired universe (groan!). The movie continuity is all over the place, characters have been popping in and out of each flick, they've added new bigger stars and now finally we have our new look fast car heist flick. I simply call it 'The Expendables: In Fast Cars', or a better one would simply be...'G.I. Joe: In Fast Cars', you getting my drift? Yeah so the plot involves Toretto having to retrieve some hi-tech gizmo from some nasty mercs for the (US) fuzz, in order to get the lowdown on Jason Statham's character (Shaw) who is trying to kill Toretto's family because of the events of the last movie...deep breath! Some how this is all gonna involve using souped-up cars, as if you hadn't already guessed. Just a warning, as if you didn't already know, these souped-up cars will come and go, they will appear out of nowhere in virtually every scene. Toretto and co might smash up some lovely highly modified cars in one scene, but sure enough, he'll have a brand new one ready for the next scene, outta nowhere, we've all come to expect it. But wait! this time its not just Toretto's family that have a constant stream of souped-up cars on hand, oh no. The villain (Shaw) has [b]even more[/b] expensive cars on hand for every scene, we're talking super car shit here boy...the expensive kind. This guy doesn't think twice about ramming his massively expensive Maserati Ghibli head-on into Toretto's Plymouth Road Runner, a collision that both parties walked away fine from I might add. Also amusing to note that Statham is playing an undercover ex-special forces guy who is basically a ghost...a ghost that drives around in amazing super cars that will draw lots of attention. How can I put this, this film ain't too subtle about anything it does, but again, we all knew this. In previous movies the action has been wild and the stunts outrageous, but there was always a certain degree of realism. The stunts would generally be real, the action would generally be acceptable and overall everything was grounded enough that you could engage and immerse yourself in this world of fast car hi-jink. Unfortunately this all ends here, this movie has stepped over that line into the ridiculous and there is no going back, this movie is officially a dumb CGI cartoon. Don't get me wrong, it all starts off OK with a good strip racing scene where a crappy Audi gets taken down, seriously these German wannabes make me laugh. You want an image, you need a fast car, you want a fast car, you need either a ricer or at least American muscle (Italian as a last resort). After that we get a great fight between Statham and Dwayne Johnson, it all looks good, everything so far is fine in movieland. Eventually we get to the funeral sequence for Han (from the best movie in the Franchise, number 3), this is where things start to go down hill. Right in the middle of this funeral, Toretto has some kind of Jedi super sense moment and notices Statham's Maserati (quite some distance away), before you can say holy coilovers! he's in his Plymouth and we're in a car chase. This is but a mere quibble compared to the rest of this monstrosity...oh yes. This movie goes above and beyond any kind of remote levels of realism you might have ever expected. They parachute cars out of a plane managing to land them precisely on target, on a road, in the middle of a mountainous region, bang on time. All these cars get wrecked during this eastern European adventure, but fear not, they have a whole new set of cars for their Arabian adventure, including a flippin' Veyron! Statham is easily the best thing about this poor movie but alas he's not involved too much. Nevertheless his character does manage to pop up virtually everywhere, briefly, somehow, but always fails to kill his targets. In the Arabian adventure section he has Toretto and Brian in a car, in his sights, point blank range with a machine gun fitted with a grenade launcher. Yet he fails to hit them, much of the car, the tyres and even fails to hit them with the grenade launcher, special forces you say? Dwayne Johnson is absent for most of the movie until the finale where he rips off his broken arm cast and tools up in his hospital room. Because...you always keep multiple weapons, body armour, ammo and assault clothes in your recuperation room in hospital. He then manages to drive an ambulance off a walled bridge, to precisely land on top of a speeding jet propelled drone that was passing underneath it...seriously. Speaking of that drone, how much f**king damage and destruction was caused during that chase sequence?! How many people were injured or killed, admittedly its not quite as bad as the previous antics involving a tank and a massive vault, and this time its not been carried out by the good guys, but still. How long would it take for fighters or police choppers to scramble and intercept this rogue chopper firing guns and rockets in downtown LA? We have car jousting between another of Shaw's super cars, an Aston Martin DB9, (he just has them on tap apparently) and Toretto's Dodge Charger...which comes out unharmed. Dwayne Johnson taking down an armoured chopper with a minigun from the crashed drone, in the middle of the street, managing not to get hit by return fire and a whole load of other bollocks that just made me cringe and yawn. This entire exercise was completely pointless, there is nothing to engage you here, everyone is invincible, you know no ones gonna die (well not in the movie at least...did that tragic event help with the box office for this? hmmm), what's the chuffing point?! The bit at the end where Toretto is seemingly dead and everyone is crying was so utterly stupid I almost switched it off...for about the fifth time. Crowbar in the butch-ugly Ronda Rousey for an aimless fight (Rodriguez looking like mutton dressed as lamb), wasting Tony Jaa and then trying to make up for everything by utilising the cult Kurt Russell is little too late I'm afraid, Kurt is better than this. The dialog is absolutely dreadful from everyone, such unbelievable, over the top, macho bullshit quips. The humour is also pitiful and predictable, how can anyone say any of this stuff and try to bring it across as serious is beyond my comprehension. But the main issue is this movie isn't just a goofy videogame-esque movie, you can see they have taken it seriously, it is suppose to be a semi-serious action flick. Look at the overall tone, the emotion, certain scenes of dialog, the action, the way cast members like Vin Diesel act, its all very serious, Vin Diesel takes this all very seriously, its his baby. Plus much of the fanbase will take this all seriously too, to many all this hip-hop, bling and swagger is the epitome of cool, they actually think its genuinely cool. The movie doesn't really help women in movies either I feel, surprised this hasn't got any backlash considering the recent attitude in modern society, just saying. This franchise has always been a guilty pleasure for me, mainly for the Jap super saloons (ricers), as with other similar fast car flicks. There is nothing wrong with a popcorn action flick, just pure escapism and thrills, but you still need a reasonable level of realism you can relate to, you need the human laws of gravity and physics. If there is literately no limit to what the characters can do with or without cars (or whatever) then the whole affair becomes a pointless joke, a completely absurd pile of nonsense. This movie takes the biscuit, completely idiotic and brainless (and that's just the main characters), to say you need suspension of disbelief is an understatement.

Phil Hubbs
Phil Hubbs

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