They always get bigger, crazier and more deliciously absurd, a benchmark that’s hard to beat, but then one has to give to the team for coming up with this one.
Furious 7 is all about Shaw Deckard (Jason Statham), seeking revenge for his brother’s death and putting the entire crew in danger once more.
This one knows, no bounds, it is an unstoppable and is almost like a supernatural force that hits you both emotionally and physically.
The film has a very interesting story line and holds your attention throughout. One needs to applaud the creative team for putting together an amazing entertainer.
Dizzying stuff happens in Furious 7, and there are probably more instances of airborne cars than in any other single movie in the series. The pace of the film is so aggressive that you will not realise when the movie ended.
Of the star cast Roman Pearce (Tyrese Gibson) and Tej Parker (Chris Bridges) are a laugh riot. Both of them are expectantly gifted as actors and have a terrific comedy timing and will name you laugh throughout the film.
Noel Gugliemi reprises his role from the first film as Hector, a street race organiser, while Iggy Azalea makes a cameo appearance in the film.
Furious 7 is more than a movie. There’s something emotional that happens to you where you walk out of this movie, and you appreciate everyone you love because you just never know when the last day is that you’ll see them.
There are tons of reasons for you to see Furious 7, but you already know the biggest one; Paul Walker. His screen presence is to die for and he will surely make you cry.
Paul Walker, you shall be missed!!
There are loads of emotions attached to Furious 7, especially because of Paul Walker. The movie, however, is a befitting tribute to this talented acto...3.0