Furious 7 Review

Furious 7

Ushering in the New Year is a great thing knowing that the movie industry always has something in store for us. Barely as the joy and excitement of entering 2015 starts to settle, are we looking forward to one of the chart toppers that will definitely catch a fondest of attention. Well, it’s a matter of time until we actually find out. After raged fears of disbanding production early last year, I was among the greatly excited when it dawned to me that Fast and Furious 7  will actually be coming forth this year hence this quick Furious 7 Review.



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After the tragic death of influential element and actor Paul Walker, it was hinted upon that the production will be delayed for scripts re-writes and his brothers Cody and Caleb were to be used as liable replacements by the producers because at the time of Walker’s death he had gone halfway of shooting. Well, the good news is that in April this year the Movie will officially be hitting cinemas across the world.

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One of Paul Walker’s action stunts in Furious 7

This Franchise rejuvenated our love for sleek sports cars and got us loving how revenge for a crime is executed.

After Vin Diesel (Dominic Toretto) and his crew Paul Walker (Brian O’Conner) successfully defeated Owen Shaw in Furious 6, they returned to the states to live their peaceful and normal lives as they’ve always wanted. But, to their dismay one of their members is murdered by a revengeful Ian Shaw (Jason Statham) brother to Owen Shaw who comes to avenge the death of his brother. The lives of Dominic and crew are put on tenterhooks and they have to find the killer before he actually finds them. I think the addition of Jason Statham to the cast brings a good fusion between his famed Transporter movies and this franchise.

“Paul Walker’s role in the franchise is retired rather than killed”

This again brings us to one of the most anticipated action packed movie of 2015, as they’ve got to battle a very unpredictable Ian Shaw (Jason Statham) who is equally skilled in the car race game as they are. Although this will mark the final appearance of Paul Walker in the franchise, his role is retired rather than killed. Although this doesn’t mean Fast and Furious 7 marks the end of the Furious movies.

We saw Rita Ora in Furious 6 and more interestingly is that Iggy Azalea will make a cameo appearance in this one. Coming back to our faces are Dwayne Johnson, Kurt Russell (hell yeah when was the last time we all heard from him. He just appeared in this one), Tyresse Gibson, Jason Statham, Vin Diesel, Jordana Brewster and Paul Walker making it a total blockbuster not worth missing.

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The Fast & Furious crew

If rumors are to be believed, its sad that Denzel Washington reportedly turned down the role of staring in the movie when Universal pictures approached him, but he was later replaced by Kurt Russell a similarly awesome character.  Mark your calendars and bring them forth to 3rd April and do get prepared to catch this blockbuster coming to cinemas within four months. Well, this too will get an Oscar! Okay, I may just be dreaming.


In Loving Memory: Paul Walker