Fast & Furious 7

Fast & Furious 7

Fast & Furious 7

The action moves to Los Angeles, where it all started, in the seventh Fast & Furious. Having taken down Owen Shaw in the previous film, Shaw's brother (Jason Statham) seeks revenge on Dom (Vin Diesel) and his crew. Kurt Russell also joins the cast, with Dwayne Johnson, Tokyo Drift star Lucas Black, Michelle Rodriguez and the late Paul Walker all returning.

2015Rating: M, Action violence137 minsUSA
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Flicks, Steve Newall

Flicks, Steve Newall

It’s impossible to avoid the shadow that Walker casts over the film, but the constant awareness that he’s no longer with us mixes awkwardly with the film’s lack of anything really being at stake. Absent a sense of danger, the set pieces come off cartoonish, and while that delivers plenty of action for your buck, this could have used a story or some half-decent jokes, both of which are in short supply.\

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Variety

Variety

Provides both a satisfying chapter in the movies’ preeminent gearhead soap opera and a tactful, touching memorial to Walker.

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Total Film

Total Film

A nitro-fuelled thrill-ride that forms a fitting tribute to its blue-eyed bro.

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Time Out

Time Out

The sheer sense of ludicrous, punch-the-air joie de vivre is impossibly infectious.

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The Guardian

The Guardian

Its longevity is because it functions as much as a soap as an action flick.

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Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

As stupendously stupid and stupidly diverting as it could have hoped to be had everything gone as planned.

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Empire Magazine

Empire Magazine

A group more bulletproof than The Avengers, causing more mayhem than General Zod. Think Universal doesn't have a superhero franchise? Think again.

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