The car chases for this gang are done.
“Furious 7” put the gang through its paces in very fine style.
You can read my review of this quite interesting and emotionally loaded final chapter of the franchise in my Film Blog review on the Syracuse New Times site by clicking the link below.
The makers had to, as everybody who follows movies has been made aware the last year-and-a-half, make up for the death of star Paul Walker to get this movie out. They used every technique possible.
It looks like a whole movie, not a bunch of separate pieces.
Which brings me to this week’s Movie Questions:
Do you think they should have continued making the movie after Paul Walker died during the filming? Do you think it’s a tribute or an insult to release the film after his death, and why? An actor famous for his car chase films was killed in a car accident, so did the movie makers treat this with respect or disrespect, and why?