“Fast and Furious 7 Premiere: Critics Weigh In on James Wan’s Latest Thriller”

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Fast and Furious 7 premiered in 2015 under the direction of James Wan. The movie served as a farewell to its star Paul Walker, who tragically died in a car accident in November 2013, after completing some scenes for the movie. The franchise had to adapt the story to reality, and Wan, along with screenwriter Chris Morgan, gave the saga an emotional and dramatic tone in this installment. The movie follows Dominic (Vin Diesel) and Brian (Paul Walker), who return to the United States and face a British assassin who wants to become their greatest enemy.

Fast & Furious 7 grossed $1.5 billion dollars, making it the first film franchise to top the figure of one billion dollars. The film received critical acclaim for its cast chemistry, script, production value, and incredible stunts. The movie also has emotional weight and a fitting send-off to Walker’s character. However, the direction was criticized for not having what action cinema required. Critics also believed that the film was too long for what it offered.

At the premiere, critics praised the film for being respectful and solemn in the right moments, but still a lot of fun. Fast & Furious 7 also showcased heart and passion, gave the franchise a fitting send-off, and drove home the family theme that has come to dominate the series.

Overall, The Fast and Furious franchise has been successful for over 20 years, with each movie having something special that has won over the public at each premiere. Nevertheless, Fast and Furious 7 was an essential installment in the franchise, and despite its tragic circumstances, it delivered on its promise of high adrenaline and entertainment.

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