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ghost55
4/04/2015 3:15pm,
It's Furious 7. It has massive amounts of street. You need to see it to believe it. There were time that I wondered about the possibility of Holy Moment having been involved with production.

Mr. Machette
4/04/2015 4:19pm,
Saw a promotional shot of Vin & Statham about to stick fight mid-air with tolls and engine parts having been thrown through their windshields because NIETHER WOULD EVER CHICKEN OUT AND SWERVE.

I'm sold.

ghost55
4/05/2015 12:37pm,
Vin Diesel has a PHD in streetology.

FawnStyle
4/05/2015 11:39pm,
The ending was amazing "The street always wins"

Aye, it does!

ghost55
4/07/2015 2:06am,
The ending was amazing "The street always wins"

Aye, it does!

That line pushed me over the edge. So street.

Holy Moment
4/07/2015 5:07am,
Vin Diesel has a PHD in streetology.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x2E6z6slgPg

I can't see Furious 7 before I see 1-6. I'll be lost and won't understand what's going on.

ghost55
4/07/2015 1:01pm,
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x2E6z6slgPg

I can't see Furious 7 before I see 1-6. I'll be lost and won't understand what's going on.

Just start with Fast 5. That's when it starts to get street.

ermghoti
4/07/2015 1:02pm,
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iIY5b1JMvGs

Bneterasedmynam
4/08/2015 10:05am,
I enjoyed most of the movie, but Statham fighting the rock had me eye rolling. And they could have left out the killer space drone.

Hadzu
4/08/2015 12:57pm,
Remember when this series was about drag racing and cars and stuff?

...yeah, me neither.

goodlun
4/08/2015 1:09pm,
Remember when this series was about drag racing and cars and stuff?

...yeah, me neither.

I totally do in fact I went to see the 1st one with a coworker who had a Nissan Skyline R34 / 1997 Efini RX7 / Evo 3 all grey imports.

Although I still liked it better when it was

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AVk3mR2UhgI

ghost55
4/08/2015 2:56pm,
Remember when this series was about drag racing and cars and stuff?

...yeah, me neither.

Dude, that was like four movies ago.

big maclol
4/08/2015 3:13pm,
My favorite Fast and Furious would have to be the first installment and the 3rd, Tokyo Drift.

The first one gave me that early 2000s Urban L.A street vibe where even the local thugs could do it big. It was about an Asian gang and Dom and his crew with a undercover cop... it was so simple yet so exciting!

I feel like a lot of movies are just trying too hard and forgetting that it's originality that makes a cult classic

With that note, fast 5 and 7 were pretty cool! 16758 (picture from first film)

Hadzu
4/08/2015 3:56pm,
Dude, that was like four movies ago.

I do appreciate how the series has so fully morphed into these street-tastic heist flicks, mostly 'cause anything to do with cars or racing bores the piss right out of me. Back in my JJJ days, my buddies from the dojo and I would have fun watching the fight scenes and calling out the different wacky standing joint-locks by name as they appeared. A smarter man might have noticed the functionality of these moves seemed entirely restricted to the dojo and the silver screen, but we were sixteen so we weren't men to begin with. Go figure.

ghost55
4/08/2015 5:05pm,
I do appreciate how the series has so fully morphed into these street-tastic heist flicks, mostly 'cause anything to do with cars or racing bores the piss right out of me. Back in my JJJ days, my buddies from the dojo and I would have fun watching the fight scenes and calling out the different wacky standing joint-locks by name as they appeared. A smarter man might have noticed the functionality of these moves seemed entirely restricted to the dojo and the silver screen, but we were sixteen so we weren't men to begin with. Go figure.

You have to see the new one. It had the streetest ending possible. You won't believe it until you see it.