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Furious 7

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United States, China, Japan · 2015
2h 17m
Director James Wan
Starring Vin Diesel, Paul Walker, Dwayne Johnson, Michelle Rodriguez
Genre Action, Adventure, Crime, Thriller

The sins of the past seem to be catching up with Dominic Toretto and his crew when Deckard Shaw shows up to seek revenge. When an unknown hacker who claims to have developed 'God's Eye' is thrown into the mix, things go haywire, and Toretto and his crew need to save the hacker and settle their scores with Shaw.

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Empire by

A group more bulletproof than The Avengers, causing more mayhem than General Zod. Think Universal doesn’t have a superhero franchise? Think again.


TheWrap by Alonso Duralde

If incoming director James Wan (“The Conjuring,” “Saw”) falls the tiniest bit short of what Justin Lin brought to the third, fifth and sixth entries, Furious 7 nonetheless ranks a very successful fourth place overall, with at least one gargantuan set piece that ranks among the series’ finest.


The Guardian by Catherine Shoard

There’s something about the franchise’s earnest investment in its characters that’s quite unique. Its longevity is because it functions as much as a soap as an action flick.


The Playlist by Charlie Schmidlin

Cacophonous, gratuitous, and peppered with absolutely outstanding action sequences, Furious 7 finds the franchise at an unwanted crossroads, but it makes such a play for the diehard fans that it leaves everyone else at somewhat of a loss.


The Hollywood Reporter by John DeFore

A film that (whatever massive efforts were required to work around [Paul Walker's] absence) is as stupendously stupid and stupidly diverting as it could have hoped to be had everything gone as planned.


The Telegraph by Robbie Collin

I’ve always enjoyed the idea of the Fast & Furious films more than their execution, but this feels like the series’ strongest, even though some of its action sequences are so muddled they can barely walk straight.


Variety by Scott Foundas

Furious 7 provides both a satisfying chapter in the movies’ preeminent gearhead soap opera and a tactful, touching memorial to Walker.

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