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Vengeance hits home in Furious 7 as Vin Diesel, Paul Walker and Dwayne Johnson lead an all-star cast across the globe in their most gravity-defying and emotional adventure yet. Targeted by a cold-blooded black-ops assassin (Jason Statham) with a score to settle, their only hope is to get behind the wheel again and secure an ingenious prototype tracking device. Facing their greatest threat yet in places as far away as Abu Dhabi and as familiar as the Los Angeles streets they call home, the crew must come together once again as a team, and as a family, to protect their own.
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I also wanted to say what I thought about the Paul Walker situation. The way his character is handled in this film is nothing short of brilliant. I know the film was only half finished when he passed away, but you would never know it. The character "Brian" has no less screen time than he has always had. And keeping this spoiler free, the way they handled writing him out of further movies was straight up brilliant, touching and moved at least this guy to tears. Honestly. It was a tragedy that Paul Walker died so young and his unfortunate passing must have created a huge problem for the production of this film that could've ended up leaving it a complete disaster. Luckily that was not the case. I would love to shake the hands of everyone involved in making this movie for the way that they handled Paul's passing and finishing the filming with his character still completely intact. It was an outstanding tribute to an integral player in this franchise and an actor taken before his time. I'm sure it was not an easy undertaking. The creative team behind this film all deserve all the kudos in the world for the most respectful send off of Paul Walker they could have possibly come up with. I'm sure his family and friends would be proud, as would he.
7 movies in, I can see how it's getting harder to sustain that same adrenaline rush we got from F&F1 & 2F,2F. But this one went way off the rails and by itself is entertaining, but not a good follow-up to such a entertaining series. If anything needed to change, they should have removed half the humor, given Rousey better lines (or no lines at all; just let her scowl at you and let the punches fly), and focused more on the car chasing in either direction.
In spite of all that, the ending was very nicely done. It was subtle, but direct and was a nice tribute.
The scenes involving bimbos and up-skirts came across as tacky and out of place. I like looking at ladies as much as the next straight guy, but considering how much these films have changed - it just felt stuck on for no added benefit.
In terms of the product, I'm a bit disappointed that they didn't do a deeper segment into Paul Walker in the special features. Considering this was his last film, it would of been nice to see some never before seen footage and possibly an interview with the cast reflecting on their friendship with Paul or how it was working with him through the franchise.
Overall, while this film may not hold a candle to Fast 5 and 6 - it still comes recommended to any F&F fan.