Furious 7 Full Movie Reviews

Full Movie Reviews

Indyfreak
Indyfreak
Movie God

Rating of
3/4

The movie that Street Fighter should have been!

Indyfreak - wrote on 09/29/2015

James Wan takes the rein of the franchise from Justin Lin who single-handedly brought Fast and Furious back from the brink of direct-to-video hell. And he does not disappoint in upping the ante as far as entertainment value goes. Taking stylistic cues from '70s revenge flicks and James Bond movies, Furious 7 begins with one slam-bam action setpiece after another in another globe-trotting adventure.
This time, the gang of street racing rogues are targeted one by one from a fearsome assassin (Jason Statham literally having a blast) after dispatching his equally villainous brother in the last installment. They enlist the assistance of a beautiful hacker and a shadowy government agent to stay alive long enough to avenge their fallen friends.
First off, the direction of the action and the …

Robby Kronemeyer
Robby Kronemeyer
Rising Star

Rating of
3/4

Not Quite as Fast but a lot More Furious

Robby Kronemeyer - wrote on 05/18/2015

This is not the best of the franchise. But it is definitely far from the worst. In fact, I'll put it in 2nd right behind Fast 5. If you are walking in to these movies expecting realistic action and a good story you are going to be very disappointed. These movies are just here for you to be able to shut off your brain and enjoy a fun action filled franchise that makes little sense. That's why I enjoyed this movie. It was stupid but fun. It was enjoyable but not complicated. It was a good way to use up a few hours and enjoy it. Should this be the last movie? Maybe. But it won't be and that's ok. We don't need Paul Walker to keep this franchise afloat. We just need Vin Diesel. This movie has its flaws just like any other movie. I wish they would have used Hobbs a little more. And the Ronda …

Daniel Corleone
Daniel Corleone
Movie God

Rating of
3.5/4

Furious 7 review

Daniel Corleone - wrote on 05/11/2015

Obviously faster, more action and darker than its previous installments. Dominic Toretto (Vin Diesel) and his team are assembled again: Letty (Michelle Rodriguez), Roman (Tyrese Gibson), Tej (Ludacris) and Brian O' Conner (Paul Walker). The dangerous Deckard Shaw (Jason Statham) avenges the death of his brother by killing Han and has plans of getting the "God's Eye" in which Mr. Nobody (Kurt Russel) is very interested in. The acting more solid, jokes still hilarious and the pacing of the story just right. The only thing keeping this picture from perfection was the realism. It's unnerving to see our leads fall of buildings and mountains and recover (or even survive for that matter) and the stunning scenes of cars going thru buildings. The visual effects and stunts were just …

Snoogans
Snoogans
Movie God

Rating of
3/4

The 'Fast'est and Most 'Furious' of Them All

Snoogans - wrote on 04/13/2015

I was never a fan of this franchise from the beginning. That said, I did find some enjoyment in the two most recent installments. Their escalating high-octane lunacy has grown on me over time. Well, with 'Furious 7', I have finally got a whole dose of fun for the entirety of one of these flicks. This is the best in the franchise, by far. The no-brain crazy agenda is pushed to new highs, leading to some insane stunts that really entertain. The plots of these films are not good (obviously), but no one watches them for that reason. Part 7 understands this fact best. The plot and continuing story between returning characters are condensed to make the sub-par writing take up much less screen time, for once. Thank you! Some of the dialogue is amusing and, at times, a bit on the …

Matthew Brady
Matthew Brady
Movie God

Rating of
3/4

Team is the new family

Matthew Brady - wrote on 04/08/2015

For Paul

Furious 7 follows the death of his brother at the hands of Dominic Toretto and his eclectic crew, the cold, calculated Ian Shaw vows vengeance - and no one is safe from his reach.

I think we all know what to expect from the Fast and the Furious films by now. Yeah they stupid and the law of physics dose not exist in these movies, but the movies are so enjoyable when it comes to it's action and it's extremely cheesy one liners that all the law of physics stuff will fly pass your head just like that. Now here is the 7th movie in the franchises would you believe it well I wouldn't and who better to director it than the man who usual dose horror films James Wan, and him taking the directing chair was a nice move to do.

Now the one thing I was a bit worried about is how Jame …

Chris Kavan
Chris Kavan
Movie God

Rating of
3.5/4

One Last Ride

Chris Kavan - wrote on 04/05/2015

The Fast and the Furious series has certainly evolved over the years. If Furious 7 turns out to indeed be the final film in the series, it leaves us with on a high note. The death of Paul Walker nearly derailed the entire project, but I have to say, the way they finished the film, including a wonderful tribute in the finale, really shows how these actors came together - much like the family they always talk about in the movie.

Furious 7 technically takes place after the events in Tokyo Drift. The black sheep of the Furious films always felt a little off - but, once again, they manage to incorporate it back into this film, including bringing back Lucas Black for a nice cameo. As we saw at the end of Fast Six, Owen Shaw's brother, Deckard (the always welcome action star Jason Statham) …

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