Furious 7

Deckard Shaw seeks revenge against Dominic Toretto and his family for his comatose brother.
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Film Cast:

  • Dominic Toretto: Vin Diesel
  • Brian O’Conner: Paul Walker
  • Luke Hobbs: Dwayne Johnson
  • Leticia ‘Letty’ Ortiz: Michelle Rodriguez
  • Roman Pearce: Tyrese Gibson
  • Tej Parker: Ludacris
  • Mia Toretto: Jordana Brewster
  • Jakande: Djimon Hounsou
  • Kiet: Tony Jaa
  • Kara: Ronda Rousey
  • Ramsey: Nathalie Emmanuel
  • Mr. Nobody: Kurt Russell
  • Deckard Shaw: Jason Statham
  • Han Lue (archive footage): Sung Kang
  • Gisele Yashar: Gal Gadot
  • Sean Boswell: Lucas Black
  • Elena Neves: Elsa Pataky
  • Hector: Noel Gugliemi
  • Sheppard: John Brotherton
  • Owen Shaw: Luke Evans
  • Safar: Ali Fazal
  • Jack: Miller Kimsey
  • Jack: Charlie Kimsey
  • Samantha Hobbs: Eden Estrella
  • Letty Fan: Gentry White
  • Female Racer: Iggy Azalea
  • Male Racer: Jon Lee Brody
  • Race Starter: Levy Tran
  • Hot Teacher: Anna Colwell
  • Doctor: Viktor Hernandez
  • Priest: Steve Coulter
  • Merc Tech: Robert Pralgo
  • Weapons Tech: Antwan Mills
  • Billionaire: J.J. Phillips
  • Dominican Priest: Jorge Ferragut
  • Hana: Sara Sohn
  • Merc Driver: Benjamin Blankenship
  • DJ: D.J. Hapa
  • DJ: T-Pain
  • Drone Tech: Brian Mahoney
  • Jasmine: Brittney Alger
  • Mando: Romeo Santos
  • Advisor: Jocelin Donahue
  • Field Reporter: Stephanie Langston
  • Cop: Jorge-Luis Pallo
  • Leo (uncredited / archive): Tego Calderón
  • Neela (uncredited / archive): Nathalie Kelley
  • Twinkie (uncredited/archive): Shad Moss
  • Santos (uncredited / archive): Don Omar
  • Race Wars Racer (uncredited): Klement Tinaj
  • Brian O’Conner (uncredited): Caleb Walker
  • Brian O’Connor (uncredited): Cody Walker
  • Upscale Billionaire Party Patron (uncredited): Lateef Crowder
  • Security Guard (uncredited): Dennis Keiffer
  • Upscale Billionaire Bodyguard (uncredited): Tara Macken
  • Audi R8 Racer (uncredited): John Koyama
  • UK Special Forces Solider (uncredited): Aaron J. Brooks

Film Crew:

  • Director: James Wan
  • Costume Design: Sanja Milković Hays
  • Sound Designer: Peter Brown
  • Editor: Christian Wagner
  • Second Unit Cinematographer: Jacques Haitkin
  • Original Music Composer: Brian Tyler
  • Characters: Gary Scott Thompson
  • Thanks: Paul Walker
  • Producer: Michael Fottrell
  • Casting: Anne McCarthy
  • Producer: Neal H. Moritz
  • Dialogue Editor: Anna MacKenzie
  • Producer: Vin Diesel
  • Makeup Artist: Paul Pattison
  • Production Design: Bill Brzeski
  • Writer: Chris Morgan
  • Second Unit Cinematographer: Igor Meglic
  • Director of Photography: Stephen F. Windon
  • Editor: Kirk M. Morri
  • Art Direction: Alan Hook
  • Camera Operator: Mark Emery Moore
  • Executive Producer: Samantha Vincent
  • Producer: Brandon Birtell
  • Set Decoration: Danielle Berman
  • Steadicam Operator: Geoffrey Haley
  • Associate Producer: F. Valentino Morales
  • Helicopter Camera: Dylan Goss
  • Stunts: Lauren Mary Kim
  • First Assistant Editor: Richard Conkling
  • Stunts: Jace Jeanes
  • Visual Effects Production Manager: Brice R. Parker
  • Foley: Jeffrey Wilhoit
  • Musician: Wiz Khalifa
  • Foley: Gary A. Hecker
  • Musician: Skylar Grey
  • First Assistant Editor: Dave Cory
  • Editor: Leigh Folsom Boyd
  • Editor: Dylan Highsmith
  • Foley: Dylan Tuomy-Wilhoit
  • Casting: Kellie Roy
  • Makeup Department Head: James MacKinnon
  • Supervising Sound Editor: Joe Dzuban
  • Makeup Artist: Eleanor Sabaduquia
  • Assistant Art Director: Elena Albanese
  • Music Editor: Matthew Llewellyn
  • Construction Coordinator: Bruce DiValerio
  • Dialogue Editor: Frederick H. Stahly
  • Foley: Rick Owens
  • Additional Camera: J. Christopher Campbell
  • Camera Operator: Maurice K. McGuire
  • Script Supervisor: Jody Blose
  • Sound Designer: Ann Scibelli
  • Music Editor: Robb Boyd
  • Sound Re-Recording Mixer: Frank A. Montaño
  • Sound Re-Recording Mixer: Jon Taylor
  • Additional Camera: Bob Gorelick
  • Digital Intermediate: Amy Pawlowski
  • Gaffer: Dan Cornwall
  • Helicopter Camera: Steve Koster
  • Assistant Art Director: Alex McCarroll
  • Hairstylist: Linda D. Flowers
  • Camera Operator: David Richert
  • Script Supervisor: Brenda K. Wachel
  • Camera Operator: Michael J. Walker
  • Camera Operator: Richard Latham
  • Hairstylist: Yesim ‘Shimmy’ Osman
  • Set Costumer: Marina Marit
  • Sound Effects Editor: Stephen P. Robinson
  • Property Master: Guillaume DeLouche
  • Set Costumer: Shayne Allen Duhon
  • Still Photographer: Scott Garfield
  • Director of Photography: Marc Spicer
  • Supervising Art Director: Desma Murphy
  • Hairstylist: Rachel Solow
  • Camera Operator: Daniel Nichols
  • Camera Operator: Sarah Levy
  • Gaffer: Michael Ambrose
  • Makeup Artist: Roxy D’Alonzo
  • Camera Operator: Onofrio Nino Pansini
  • Rigging Gaffer: Tom Fendley
  • Costume Supervisor: Nava R. Sadan
  • Costume Supervisor: Andrew Hunt
  • First Assistant Editor: Laura Steiger
  • Animation Supervisor: Catherine Mullan
  • Art Direction: Jonathan Carlos
  • Hairstylist: Roxane Griffin
  • Animation: Tony Mecca
  • Makeup Artist: Sarah Mays
  • Property Master: Douglas T. Madison
  • Art Direction: Jay Pelissier
  • Art Department Coordinator: Kelly Richardson
  • Art Department Coordinator: Courtney Cocherell
  • Set Costumer: Jim Alan Cook
  • Set Costumer: Empress Holley
  • Set Costumer: Les Morgan
  • Hairstylist: Jennifer Santiago
  • Makeup Artist: Autumn Butler
  • Makeup Artist: Hee Soo Kwon
  • Camera Operator: Denise Bailie
  • Camera Operator: Robert-James Bova
  • Animation Supervisor: Daniel Barrett
  • Musician: Charlie Puth
  • Stunts: Steve Hart
  • Second Assistant Director: Jeff Bilger
  • Animation: Ronan Binding

Movie Reviews:

  • Kenechukwu: Revenge is so so cold…… action packed, thrilling and suspense filled but still some bits of make believe tricks here and there.
    How did Hobbs know that there’s a need for the drone to be brought down right after leaving the hospital bed? how did he know where the drone was at the moment when he left with the ambulance? How did Deckard Shaw know both that Toretto and his crew will be both on the route of Afghanistan and also when they were at Abu Dhabi?
    Its a little bit odd and out of place for the director and script editor….
    As for the next upcoming part in the franchise, i think Mark Wahlberg should be considered for a part in the rest of Fast and furious franchise….. Cheers ! ! !
  • Per Gunnar Jonsson: This is one of those movies where the French decided on an English name but for some inexplicable reason the original English name was not good enough for them. So in France it is called Fast & Furious 7 but I believe it is called Furious Seven in the US. Typical French way of doing things I am afraid.

    This movie is probably not for everyone. It is very typical for the latest Fast & Furious movies though. The movie can be summed up by explosions, fast cars, fighting, did I mention explosions, repeat until credits roll. For me it was just what I expected and just what I wanted from this particular movie as well. If you are into fast cars, lots of action and explosive special effects and a bit of male macho talk then this movie will please you just fine.

    The gang is back. I have to confess that I like both Vin Diesel and Dwayne Johnson even though they are rather far from Shakespeare material as far as acting goes. For this kind of movie they are perfect though. Unfortunately Dwayne Johnson was absent for a good chunk of the movie. When he came back from his brief presence in the beginning of the movie he did so with a vengeance though. I was actually expecting to dislike “Mr Nobody” but I have to say that I quite liked him.

    Despite the fact that this is a macho action movie there is at least a small kernel of story in there. It is a classical revenge story but it is embellished with enough material to make it fairly decent. Well, decent within the confines of this kind of movie of course. Seen from a reasonable point of view the entire movie is of course totally ludicrous. The stunts are really cool but if you sober up from the adrenaline feast you rather quickly find a lot of the stunts pretty far out. Like jumping between buildings in fancy cars and such like. Even if we skip the most ridiculous scenes there are plenty more to nit-pick about. Like the fact that those old, but cool, American cars that Torretto drives would not have a chance in hell against his more modern adversaries unless possibly if the road was entirely straight. But then, these ridiculous things are what the fast and furious series is all about is it not?

    Well, after about two hours of ludicrous, but very entertaining, actions stunts there is a happy ending and when the credits roll this viewer is definitely a happy customer.

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