Furious 7: The Good and the Bad

Furious 7: The Good and the Bad

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Will Paul Walker’s last movie be up to the mark or not!

This weekend marked the release of the much anticipated Furious 7 which is the final film in the blockbuster series to feature Paul Walker. In the Furious 7we will see Walker and Toretto (Vin Diesel) and the rest of his family avenge the death of one of their own. We see that the brother of the previous Furious 6 movie wage a war on Team Toretto.

Now when we talk about the Furious 7 we know that the heroes of the movie (Diesel, Walker, and Dwayne Johnson) are just amazing but this time the villain is actually someone to see. Jason Statham who has been casted as the villain in this movie has done an outstanding work in the movie and he puts on a show that is worth the money spent on the tickets.

He’ll track you until the ends of the Earth. #Furious7Posted by Fast & Furious on Thursday, April 2, 2015

Now coming to the part that everyone has waited in this movie for is the sendoff of Paul Walker and believe me when I say that the moviemakers have handled it beautifully. The farewell to Walker will bring tears to all the fans of the Furious 7. 

The wait is over. #Furious7 is NOW PLAYING. Get your tickets: http://unvrs.al/F7tixPosted by Fast & Furious on Thursday, April 2, 2015

When comparing the Furious 7 to the rest of the series it clearly has the most emotional and conclusive ending and I can easily say it’s the best movie in the series. Moreover many of you won’t know the sequence of the series so I will reveal that to you, so that you can better understand the whole series. The sequence of the series is 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 3 and 7. So yeah that sounds pretty messed up but that’s what it is. Even Vin Diesel has predicted that the movie would be winning an Oscar next year!

Is the prediction by Vin Diesel that the Furious 7 will win an Oscar next year come out to be true? It seems that the apart from the movie being a glossy blockbuster action movie it also goes against the type for Academy Award nominated films due to the diverse cast of the movie.

#Furious7 is in theaters TOMORROW. Have you gotten your tickets yet? http://unvrs.al/F7tixPosted by Fast & Furious on Wednesday, April 1, 2015

The Furious 7 is one of the most racially and ethnically diverse movie. The cast includes Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson, a Samoan/African American, black actors Christopher Bridges and Tyrese Gibson, Michelle Rodriguez a Hispanic, Thai martial artist Tony Jaa, Beninese expatriate Djimon Hounsou and the late Paul Walker who is a blond haired California native.  

We also see that the Fast & Furious films have always had a diverse appeal. The film franchise is doing a much better job of reflecting its audience than others in Hollywood. Many of the moviegoers have appreciated this effort by the movie franchise. 

Even though I am all praises of the movie there is still something that really saddens me. It is the choice of director to direct this blockbuster action movie that upsets me a lot. Director James Wan who has a history of directing horror movies always had my doubts that he won’t be able to direct an action movie. So you will be quite mad when the camera will be lost whenever a hand-to-hand combat takes place in the movie. 

However I would still say that go watch the movie because it is after all Furious 7.

2 of the baddest men on the planet go head to head. This is what you’ve been waiting for.Get your #Furious7 tickets now: http://unvrs.al/F7MTixPosted by Fast & Furious on Thursday, April 2, 2015


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