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Posted on Apr 13, 2015 in Movie Review | 0 comments

Fast And Furious 7 Movie Review

Fast And Furious 7 Movie Review

Fast And Furious 7 Trailer Official 2015 Full Movie – New Action Movies 2015

Starring
Vin Diesel
Paul Walker
Dwayne Johnson
Michelle Rodriguez
Jordana Brewster
Tyrese Gibson
Chris Bridges
Kurt Russell
Jason Statham

Budget $190 million
Box office $800.5 million

Fast And Furious 7

Fast And Furious 7

Watched it last night at MBO Citta Mall Cinema RM36. I will not lie I cried  a bit especially the ending part when they start playing See You Again Song. The movie started with Jason Statham and Dwayne Johnson fight inside Dwayne’s office. Jason Looks good in his bad character and he definitely killing it. Dwayne showed only few minutes as the hardworking cop, the starting and the ending part. With good bods, whatever role he chooses, the ladies will pay to watch him.

The flying cars from the air was one of the best scene. You can watch them from the trailer as well. I wonder if in real life  would one survive from the flying cars? 😀 Brilliant idea, I have not seen this before.

The Scene where Nathalie Emmanuel (Megan Ramsey), jumped from car to car  while trying to hack the God’e eye program from bad guy Djimon Honsou was incredible too. Watch the slow-mo, you’ll get what I meant.

Fast And Furious 7 Movie shows a lot of flying car, especially the car flies scene from building to buildings in Dubai, was out of the world! The Lykan HyperSport was revealed as an addition to The Fast and the Furious franchise many cars. In this image spot, Vin Diesel’s (Dom) jumps the car from one skyscraper to another! Value At $3.4 million, the Red Lykan HyperSport is the third most expensive car to ever be made.

Fast And Furious 7 Movie Review

Fast And Furious 7 – Lykan HyperSport

To honour Paul Walker in the movie, they made Paul Walker retire from sports car and dangerous lifestyle so that he can be his wife who was expecting their second child and Home is where he is belong. I listened to See You Again Song more than 20 times now while writing this review.

80% of the movie is action and that’s what we look for. It didn’t disappoint us. This full pack Box office Action Movie is a must watch movie this year. I have not missed any of the movie yet, looking forward for Fast And Furious 8 in the cinema.

Almost the entire world knows Walker died in November 30, 2013 at the age of 40 during a crash near Parkway in Valencia, Santa Clarita, California, after which the vehicle burst into flames. It was reported his friend Roger Rodas 38, was driving a Porsche Carrera GT while Walker sat on the passenger side. Read more on the crash here.

There was not a scene make me feel boring, I enjoyed it so much. I refuse to let my mind wonder that action movie isn’t for me. Time reported in January 2014, Paul’s character, Brian O’Conner, would be retired instead of killed, and new scenes would be developed in order to allow the franchise to continue without him. I thought dear Paul Walker finished filming the entire movie, from the movie it looks like it. But the fact is they redeveloped his character.

His 2 brothers Caleb and Cody were hired as stands-ins and that Paul’s face and voice was fully computer-generated. Awesome job by Peter Jackson from Weta Digital for making Paul Walker character’s alive.

“When I first heard the news, I was shell-shocked like everyone, and it took me days to come to terms with it. And then after that, heartbreaks started sinking in and we realised that Paul [Walker] wasn’t going to be around with us anymore moving forward, and it was a really hard one. And finishing the movie was the last thing on my mind at that point. It was more the idea of… picking up the pieces, going back on set, rallying the team, the cast, and the crew, and as the director, having to put on the brave face and champion and push everyone along. The idea of that was very daunting for me, but it became very apparent to all of us that we needed to finish this movie to honour Paul’s legacy and to basically honour his memories… it was about making this movie for Paul.”
—James Wan, Director of Furious 7

See You Again Paul

See You Again Paul

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