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577 Ratings

Furious 7

Directed by James Wan
United States, Japan, 2015
Action, Crime, Thriller


Deckard Shaw seeks revenge against Dominic Toretto and his family for the death of his brother.

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Furious 7 Directed by James Wan

Awards & Festivals

Screen Actors Guild Awards

2016 | Nominee: Outstanding Action Performance by a Stunt Ensemble in a Motion Picture

Golden Globes (USA)

2016 | Nominee: Best Original Song - Motion Picture

Seattle Film Critics Awards

2016 | Nominee: Best Music, Original Song

I’m not particularly interested in talking about Furious 7 any more than I have already. No, really, I’m not—I think it’s a slapdash, deathly dull, and unavoidably morbid movie, and history will validate my opinion. I am, however, interested in the place that it has assumed in the discussion of popular art—particularly “nakedly mercantile” films and music, and particularly in recent years.
April 30, 2015
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Questions mount up, if you let them. Why would a Muslim prince in Abu Dhabi – where the skyscrapers are – have an all-female security team? Why do they go to Abu Dhabi en masse, when their only job is to request the ’God’s Eye’ from a friend who’s holding it for safekeeping? Couldn’t he just have FedEx’ed it? (Admittedly, things get complicated.) These are fair questions, and completely pointless questions. The actual point of Furious 7 depends on whether you take these characters seriously
April 06, 2015
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It exhibits simple joy in its intricate cleverness, and sincere wonder in physical action, the primal heat of family bonds, and hearty humor under pressure. As such, it’s a brazen caricature of passions and virtues, but its superficial exertions tap deep into a core of raw feeling and give it a benignly vigorous shape.
April 04, 2015
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