Quick 7 is the place all of it goes haywire. After Quick 5 and Quick 6 went full motion crew heist film, Livid 7 makes them superheroes, not afraid of bullets or a building-to-building automobile leap. Its saving grace is a younger, gifted British actor by the title of Jason Statham taking part in Deckard Shaw, who’s mainly the Jean-Claude Van Damme of the trendy period.
Statham can be invincible—he and Dom crash into one another in a head-on automobile accident and each step out almost unhurt. We then discover out that Deckard has a strengthened body in his Aston Martin, which Dom compares to weighted gloves in boxing.
What screws this film up—although it’s nonetheless a great motion flick—is that there are mainly two dangerous guys: first Shaw, who reveals up in each scene attempting to kill the crew, and Jakande, a terrorist who obtains “God’s Eye,” a pc program that may monitor down anybody on this planet. Although Jakande is the primary goal, the story is extra about Shaw and his battles with the primary crew.
This installment additionally introduces us to Mr. No person, a nondescript, high-level authorities worker performed by Kurt Russell.
With Paul Walker dying throughout the filming, Quick 7 ends with a becoming and touching tribute to the actor. Utilizing computer-generated graphics, Walker and Diesel carry out the lacking man formation the place they drive as a pair earlier than Walker splits off down a separate highway off into the gap.
Greatest Automobiles: 1970 Dodge Charger R/T, Lykan Hypersport
Coolest/hardest to imagine stunts: Air drop, Brian’s leaping off a bus on cliff and catching Letty’s spoiler
Rotten Tomatoes rating: 80/82