Fast & Furious 7

Fast & Furious 7

Fast & Furious 7

The action moves to Los Angeles, where it all started, in the seventh Fast & Furious. Having taken down Owen Shaw in the previous film, Shaw's brother (Jason Statham) seeks revenge on Dom (Vin Diesel) and his crew. Kurt Russell also joins the cast, with Dwayne Johnson, Tokyo Drift star Lucas Black, Michelle Rodriguez and the late Paul Walker all returning.

2015Rating: M, Violence137 minsUSA
ActionBlockbuster
93%
want to see

Reviews & comments

Variety

Variety

press

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

0
Total Film

Total Film

press

A nitro-fuelled thrill-ride that forms a fitting tribute to its blue-eyed bro.

4.0
0
Time Out

Time Out

press

The sheer sense of ludicrous, punch-the-air joie de vivre is impossibly infectious.

3.0
0
The Guardian

The Guardian

press

Its longevity is because it functions as much as a soap as an action flick.

3.0
0
Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

press

As stupendously stupid and stupidly diverting as it could have hoped to be had everything gone as planned.

0
Empire Magazine

Empire Magazine

press

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

4.0
0

After Walker's untimely passing this was never going to be anything more than a goodbye for him. Entertaining and tugging at the heart strings in the closing scene. Great send off.

3.0
0

Fast & Furious 7 Wheel, I wasn’t expecting the epicness of ‘Braveheart’, but this latest instalment managed to keep me entertained as I’m sure it did with everyone that knows the contents of any film within the F&F franchise. Since the original “Gone in 60 Seconds” with Steve MacQueen was released in the 70’s, hoons have enjoyed watching the driving antics...

2.0
0

Giving the fans just what they wanted more of everything

4.0
0

I loved this film with it's explosions and car driving, furious 7 is the best film

5.0
0

0 stars. I The worst movie I've ever seen. If your brain dead your going to love this one. The actors in this film should be embarrassed.

0

An action movie with fast cars, fun stunts and fight scenes. It's not the worst and not the best FF movie in the franchise. If you like the others, you'll be happy enough with this one.

3.0
0

It gets worth with every new movie and the high rating by the “People” means that the brain dead have finally taken over this planet.

1.0
0

Unless you jumped on the FF franchise bandwagon already you are so far behind. This movie is made to give fans what they want, bigger action, fast cars, iconic sequences. The treatment of the late Paul Walker was done well, no awkward rewrites and a fitting tribute at the end. This movie series is the definition of popcorn films, you go to be entertained...

5.0
0

I like to be entertained but this was too far fetched at times and ridiculous. The dedication to paul Walker at the end of the credits was very moving. Vin Diesel still cannot act,it usually looks like he is reading the words and he should open his mouth when he talks as the re is no life in his voice.. It was a great cast and jason Statham was good as the...

2.0
0

Furious 7. How do you even start off discussing this film? While it enters the market with a huge amount of recognition behind it from wanton audiences, it's also the film that is now the last for late actor Paul Walker. Like Vin Diesel's Dominic Toretto, Walker's character Brian O'Conner is synonymous with the series success and story. Before his...

4.0
0
Variety

Variety

press

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

0
Total Film

Total Film

press

A nitro-fuelled thrill-ride that forms a fitting tribute to its blue-eyed bro.

4.0
0
Time Out

Time Out

press

The sheer sense of ludicrous, punch-the-air joie de vivre is impossibly infectious.

3.0
0
The Guardian

The Guardian

press

Its longevity is because it functions as much as a soap as an action flick.

3.0
0
Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

press

As stupendously stupid and stupidly diverting as it could have hoped to be had everything gone as planned.

0
Empire Magazine

Empire Magazine

press

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

4.0
0

After Walker's untimely passing this was never going to be anything more than a goodbye for him. Entertaining and tugging at the heart strings in the closing scene. Great send off.

3.0
0

Fast & Furious 7 Wheel, I wasn’t expecting the epicness of ‘Braveheart’, but this latest instalment managed to keep me entertained as I’m sure it did with everyone that knows the contents of any film within the F&F franchise. Since the original “Gone in 60 Seconds” with Steve MacQueen was released in the 70’s, hoons have enjoyed watching the driving...

2.0
0

Giving the fans just what they wanted more of everything

4.0
0

I loved this film with it's explosions and car driving, furious 7 is the best film

5.0
0

0 stars. I The worst movie I've ever seen. If your brain dead your going to love this one. The actors in this film should be embarrassed.

0

An action movie with fast cars, fun stunts and fight scenes. It's not the worst and not the best FF movie in the franchise. If you like the others, you'll be happy enough with this one.

3.0
0

It gets worth with every new movie and the high rating by the “People” means that the brain dead have finally taken over this planet.

1.0
0

Unless you jumped on the FF franchise bandwagon already you are so far behind. This movie is made to give fans what they want, bigger action, fast cars, iconic sequences. The treatment of the late Paul Walker was done well, no awkward rewrites and a fitting tribute at the end. This movie series is the definition of popcorn films, you go to be entertained...

5.0
0

I like to be entertained but this was too far fetched at times and ridiculous. The dedication to paul Walker at the end of the credits was very moving. Vin Diesel still cannot act,it usually looks like he is reading the words and he should open his mouth when he talks as the re is no life in his voice.. It was a great cast and jason Statham was good as...

2.0
0

Furious 7. How do you even start off discussing this film? While it enters the market with a huge amount of recognition behind it from wanton audiences, it's also the film that is now the last for late actor Paul Walker. Like Vin Diesel's Dominic Toretto, Walker's character Brian O'Conner is synonymous with the series success and story. Before his...

4.0
0