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

Director: James Wan

Release Date: 2015-04-01
Status: Released
Run time: 137 min / 2:17
Budget: $190,000,000
Revenue: $1,506,249,360
Production Companies : Abu Dhabi Film Commission, Universal Pictures, China Film Co., Original Film, Fuji Television Network, Québec Production Services Tax Credit, Colorado Office of Film, Television & Media, Dentsu, Media Rights Capital, One Race
Production Country: United States of America
Release Date: 2015-04-01
Status: Released
Run time: 137 min / 2:17
Budget: $190,000,000
Revenue: $1,506,249,360

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Vin Diesel
as Dominic Toretto
Paul Walker
as Brian O'Conner
Dwayne Johnson
as Hobbs
Michelle Rodriguez
as Letty
Tyrese Gibson
as Roman
as Tej
Jordana Brewster
as Mia
Djimon Hounsou
as Jakande
Tony Jaa
as Kiet
Ronda Jean Rousey
as Kara
Nathalie Emmanuel
as Ramsey
Kurt Russell
as Mr. Nobody
Jason Statham
as Deckard Shaw
Sung Kang
as Han
Gal Gadot
as Gisele Yashar
Lucas Black
as Sean Boswell
Elsa Pataky
as Elena
Noel Gugliemi
as Hector
John Brotherton
as Sheppard
Luke Evans
as Owen Shaw
Ali Fazal
as Safar
Miller Kimsey
as Jack
Charlie Kimsey
as Jack
Eden Estrella
as Samantha Hobbs
Gentry White
as Letty Fan
Iggy Azalea
as Female Racer
Jon Lee Brody
as Male Racer
Levy Tran
as Race Starter
Anna Colwell
as Hot Teacher
Viktor Hernandez
as Doctor
Steve Coulter
as Priest
Robert Pralgo
as Merc Tech
Antwan Mills
as Weapons Tech
J.J. Phillips
as Billionaire
Jorge Ferragut
as Dominican Priest
Sara Sohn
as Hana
Benjamin Blankenship
as Merc Driver
D.J. Hapa
as DJ
as DJ
Brian Mahoney
as Drone Tech
Brittney Alger
as Jasmine
Romeo Santos
as Mando
Jocelin Donahue
as Advisor
Stephanie Langston
as Field Reporter
Jorge-Luis Pallo
as Cop
Tego Calderón
as Leo (uncredited / archive)
Nathalie Kelley
as Neela (uncredited / archive)
Shad Moss
as Twinkie (uncredited)
Don Omar
as Santos (uncredited / archive)
Klement Tinaj
as Race Wars Racer (uncredited)
Caleb Walker
as Brian O'Conner (uncredited)
Cody Walker
as Brian O'Connor (uncredited)


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

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  • Critic Reviews for Furious 7. The fact that Furious 7 is messier than any of the past installments is more than mitigated by its grandeur. "Dom, cars don't fly! Cars don't fly!". Brian yells before its biggest stunt. Furious 7 makes you believe they can.

  • Furious 7 is at turns a celebration and a farewell, a film that goes for broke in using its many seemingly forgettable bits of established canon to tie together all of the films and pay its respects. Read full review

  • Furious 7 is a glorious overcompensation, a film so concerned about its rampant machismo that the casual viewer might miss how it Tokyo-drifts atop soap opera bubbles.

  • Furious 7 - the first in the franchise without Lin at the helm since Tokyo Drift - manages to deliver everything that Fast and Furious aficionados want.

  • Furious 7 is another solid Fast and the Furious installment - one that (flaws aside) provides a nice farewell to star Paul Walker. Furious 7, in many ways, provides the entertainment value of multiple genre films - only presented in a single package. The first act often plays out along the lines of a 1960s/'70s thriller throwback,...

  • Furious 7 Reviews. Furious 7 is a fitting sendoff for the franchise, not only to the many millenials who grew up with the films but the rest of us who admire them for their penchant for rebellion, diverse casts and, yes, their foolishness. A fitting wake for a lost friend. Furious 7, more so even than its Furious Forefathers,...

  • Furious 7 is unashamedly over-the-top, but jaw-dropping action overwhelmingly makes up for its shortcomings, while its undercurrent of emotion comes to a head in a blatant but powerful fashion.

  • Review: In ‘Furious 7,’ a Franchise Continues to RoarReview: In ‘Furious 7,’ a Franchise Continues to Roar. Motor vehicles are the whole point of the “Fast and Furious” gestalt: the power they confer; the tribal loyalties they inspire; the whine of their engines and the squeal of their tires.

  • Throughout the Fast and Furious series, the franchise has slowly grown from its humble beginnings as an undercover cop film that featured street racers and fast cars to something bigger and more bombastic with each new entry. No complaints from this guy either. I've loved the ride. Furious 7 to me is the most "blockbuster" film of the series to date.

  • Furious 7 is a movie worth watching because of excellent action scenes, great acting, good story and a lot of cameos for all the franchise fans. Even though I have to admit that quite a lot of action sequences seem unreal and crazy, you have to remember that this is fiction and a movie after all.