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24/04/2015
Very painfully mainstream. And probably one of the worst in the franchise. The music is latest pop so just really bad all round. Plot is patchy and lines are cheesy. Tribute to Paul Walker is expected but does not really fit with the story. One fun part is the car in the skyscrapers bit but that's just one in over 2 hours!

It is also interesting why this film has the message that it's ok to risk other people's lives taking care of the largely self-inflicted problems. Surely if they love their city as much as they claim they do they can all go and wait for the bad guys in the desert and have a show down there instead of bringing chaos and destruction to the streets of L.A.? Non comprende from me there.

To sum up - I had more fun watching Tinkerbell.
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Reviewer getintoit
4/04/2015
Seven versions in, Fast and Furious 7 has no right being this good and is easily my favourite of the franchise. Jaw dropping scenes, outrageous toys and a few typical cheesy moments, Fast and Furious 7 is well worth a look even for non-believers. Touching moments to memorialise Paul Walker as well - nice touch. Go ee it on the big screen and in full noise!
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