• Like trusted comfort food, you’re happy to tuck into it knowing full well it has no nutritional value.

  • Jyoti Sharma Bawa
    Jyoti Sharma Bawa
    Hindustan Times


    There are good films, bad films and some plain ridiculous ones. And then there is a critic-proof phenomena like Fast and Furious franchise which fuses all of the above and comes up with a brand all its own.

    This one is a blockbuster with smack-you-in-your-face set pieces, death-defying stunts, muscle cars, family-first ethos, ridiculous one-liners which get all the taalis and an apology of a plot.

  • Furious 7 is more of a montage of fond memories than it is a movie.

    Largely entertaining but not necessarily everyone’s cup of tea; as far as this one is concerned, you come for the action and you stay for the drama.

  • Furious 7 has a humane angle. The touching tribute to Walker puts the entire series into perspective and will make many eyes teary. The film’s flaws suddenly vanish when you realise that if there is another film in this series, it just wouldn’t be the same. RIP Paul.

  • Furious 7 is full on F&F style film that will be highly enjoyed by the fans of the series. The stunts are new but the roads are old and for those who have gasoline in their bloods, this adrenaline rushing film will leave you wanting for more. It misses the plot but hits at the right emotions.

  • All in all, despite all the flaws, the movie needs to be watched by hardcore action-movie lovers. I would also recommend it to Rohit Shetty, who can learn of a lot of new things that can be done in sequences involving cars. They don’t always have to explode in the same way.

  • Sachin Chatte
    Sachin Chatte
    The Navhind Times


    Since they don’t have much of a plot anyway, come 2035 and I can see Fast and Furious 16 hitting the screens. In this franchise, the villain is merely an excuse for some car porn and Furious 7 is no different. The only dissimilarity would be the emotional factor, since this is actor Paul Walkers last outing.

  • What really matters are the stunts and action, and they deliver by the truckloads. Whether it is driving a car through Middle Eastern skyscrapers, or pounding a truck through forested hills of Azerbaijan, or squirming a convertible through the bylanes of an American metropolis, it’s a dollop of entertainment.

  • Piyush Chopra
    Piyush Chopra


    Furious 7 is an action spectacle that is as outrageous as it is entertaining. So exciting and fun you could end up bursting your appendix, it has flying cars and drones and deadly villains and everything else you could possibly need from a movie this weekend.

  • Bollywood Life
    Bollywood Life
    Bollywood Life


    “Furious 7″ is a high octane, over-the-top, adventure caper, that is frivolous in nature. It definitely caters to its fans’ expectations.

  • Uday Bhatia
    Uday Bhatia


    An enjoyably silly movie, and a fitting send-off to Paul Walker…

  • It all adds up to an over-the-top escapist romp, which is exactly what Fast & Furious fans expect.

  • Ambarish Ganesh
    Ambarish Ganesh


    or a long time now, we’ve seen how Fast and Furious films set up events for their next film during the final moments of a film, but not Furious 7. This movie puts brakes to its grumbling machine beasts and lets each character bid adieu to Paul Walker and his character in the movie, which is sweet.