The principal trailer for Fast and Furious 7 offered a succession in which Vin Diesel, Paul Walker and some different individuals from the Fast Family drove their autos out of a plane, mid-air. This new cut develops this set piece, providing for us more than two minutes worth what is by all accounts a regularly chucklesome grouping.
It’s a disgrace to watch this on an iPhone, truly, so do it the honor of discovering the greatest screen you can. I simply put it up on my TV, where it looked really great. Silly, yet deliberately so.
In 1976, they would have done that completely for genuine, with genuine autos on genuine parachutes. Then again, rather more probable, the trick group would have shaken their heads and left. The Fast and Furious group may “trick” a great deal, yet simply because they’re attempting to convey the for all intents and purposes unfilmable. Credit to them for pushing the envelope so much that it blasts in any event.
Yet some of that dialog was of a “You Don’t Need To Be Mad To Work Here, But It Helps” bore, especially “This time it ain’t pretty much being quick” and “You know we’re insane, right?” obviously, this arrangement has never been about finely tuned bon quips, and in the event that you were attempting to do Oscar Wilde, you wouldn’t fill your film with this cast, or spread it in PC encouraged blasts.
I was most delighted by the snappy cuts from a crowbar battle toward the end there. I expect the main weapons I’d be more entertained to see Vin Diesel and Jason Statham duel with are a) knuckledusters b) cutting apparatuses and c) custard pies. In case you’re perusing this, Chris Morgan, you can have those thoughts for nothing.
We’re inside a month of Fast and Furious 7 now, in every last bit of its exaggerated superbness. I just can hardly wait to figure out very what circumstance made the group feel like a spot of auto achuting may really be a smart thought.