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Fast and Furious 7 Reviews (International)

Fast and Furious 7  Rating: 3.45/5

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Ratings:3/4 Review By: Micah Peters Site:USA Today
Furious 7 offers edge-of-the-seat excitement with outlandish action sequences, inventive stunts, hilarious cartoonish moments and even some touching emotion.
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Ratings:4/5 Review By: Jacob Halls Site:New York Daily News
Furious 7" is the biggest, silliest movie in the "Fast and Furious" franchise, officially transforming the series into "The Avengers" with muscle cars. But what's wrong with big and silly?
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Ratings:3/5 Review By: Tom Huddleston Site:TimeOut
The face-to-face punch-ups are a lot of fun. The Statham-Johnson smackdown resembles nothing more than two shaved pitbulls in a tumble dryer
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Ratings:2/4 Review By: Sara Stewart Site:NYPost
Car racing, vengeance, logic-defying stunts and stuff blowing up. Too much stuff blowing up, really. We came for the cars and their reckless, gorgeous drivers; we can get explosions anywhere.
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Ratings:4/5 Review By: Chris schulz Site:New Zeland Herald
Yes, Fast 7 delivers exactly what fans want: a high-octane thrillride that's a fitting tribute to its late star. Just remember to buckle up and drive home slowly afterwards. It's what Paul Walker would have wanted.
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  1. FAST & FURIOUS 7 :
    Not a Fab-watch but a Fan-watch! [3/5]

    There is hardly anything that has some sorts of ‘ground-connect’ in James Wan’s FAST & FURIOUS 7, neither cars nor the plot! Still, this time it ain’t just about being fast. Following the frenzy trends of the franchise; you don’t actually need to demand inventive ideas of thrilling action, high-octane sequences of car chase, thumping explosions that could wreck the whole city down including the most beautiful skyscrapers or even the glam-dolls clad in their barely-there shorts. It’s all there by design but what gives this ride an evocative momentum is the emotionally charged-up underlying melancholy coming from the fact that one of the members in the gang, Paul Walker is not there with us anymore. And James Wan brilliantly treats and tweaks it with the help of his brothers to make it a worth ‘bid adieu’ for the star; and for the fans too.

    Deckard Shaw [Jason Statham] enters as the big bad brother of Owen Shaw [of and from the sixth installment of the franchise] seeking vengeance from the gang responsible for putting his kid-brother on death-table. The gang is busy getting their lives on track when the terror knocks their doors. Before they could even smell it, Han is killed in Tokyo and Hobbs [Dwayne Johnson] is sent to ICU. Toretto [Vin Diesel] with Brian [Paul Walker], Letty [Michelle Rodriguez] and others has to join hands with Mr. Nobody [Kurt Russell] to take down this almost ‘impossible to track’ baddie. Their hope lies in a hacker named Ramsey [Nathalie Emmanuel] with a ‘track it all’ software. Now, fill this unhygienic and regular storyline with as much earth-shattering explosions as you could, head-on-head car collisions and hard-to-digest gravity-defying stunts [in one, Diesel slams his car into three high-rise buildings of Abu Dhabi, piercing one after the other and making it the most incredible stunt in the skies].

    FAST & FURIOUS 7 stays true to its genre. Luring men with the glamorous speed-machines and sensational beauties in bikinis! The plentiful of thrillride scarcely gives you enough time to think over the logical explanation lacking largely in the plot. The villain here is often described as untraceable but then, he is there in every frame without actually having any cover to his existence. The gang can perform free fall car-stunts from any given altitude and can escape safely without having a noticeable scar. Meanwhile, the world’s most celebrated cities are being turned into trashbins after grave blasts and there is no sign of alarmed populace. Anyways, who would notice and why if the adrenaline rush required and promised is there intact?

    Film surprisingly gets into emotional mode several times, breaking its successful modus operandi for past six offerings; mostly when Paul Walker gets himself into a death-defying stunt [The actor lost his life in a speeding car-accident similar to the movies in this franchise]. And then, this ‘one last ride’ ends in the highly touching sequence where Paul Walker’s character gets recreated with computer-graphics and his two of brothers of similar inherited looks. Beautifully conceived tribute to the star! Watch it for being exciting, exhilarating and emotionally more involved. If not a fab watch, it is sure a fan watch! [3/5]

    P.S. : Indian actor Ali Fazal of 3 IDIOTS fame can also be seen in an evident cameo. It feels great to see him sharing screen space with Vin Diesel and Paul Walker.

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