The seventh movie in The Fast and the Furious series keeps you on your toes the entire time. The good part about this movie is that you don't always know what's coming next, the story line is unpredictable.
There can be so many things happening at once. Dom can be fighting the bad guys while Brian is racing someone and oh, don't forget that at the same time Letty is saving a guy from falling off a cliff.
Whether you're a Fast and Furious fan or not, you were probably looking forward to watching Furious 7 because of all the media coverage surrounding the movie after Paul Walker's death. Walker, who plays Brian O'Conner in the series, was a main and beloved character. Many were wondering how the director and writers were going to complete the movie since at the time of Walker's death the movie was still in production.
Walker's brothers, who look like they could be Paul's twins, were used as body doubles. It was impossible to tell whether it was Paul or his bothers on the screen during the action filled moments in the film. There was so much back and forth with the cameras, and since the brothers look nearly identical, you couldn't differentiate between them.
For those of you wondering how the movie dealt with Paul's death, it was handled with much respect. As much as I would love to tell you how they addressed his death in the movie, no spoiler alerts here! Just know that fans of Walker will not be disappointed.
The only negative comment on this film was that during some racing scenes, the cameras switched back and forth from all of the different angles, which made it hard to focus on what was actually playing on the screen.
Overall the movie was amazing and did a really fantastic job handling the death of one of the main characters of the series played by Paul Walker.