A Tribute to Paul Walker

Jacob Jimenez / Asst. Entertainment Editor

The movie that Furious fans have waited so long to see has finally been released. “Furious 7” is the most anticipated movie of the “Fast and the Furious” saga because people want to see how the writers incorporated the death of Paul Walker, aka Brian O’Connor, who died in a car crash on Nov. 30, 2013, while the movie was almost complete.
The movie includes several returning actors like Vin Diesel (Dominic Toretto), Michelle Rodriguez (Letty), Jordana Brewster (Mia), Tyrese Gibson (Roman), Ludacris (Tej), Dwayne Johnson (Hobbs), and Sung Hang (Han).
Another big actor joined the crew in this movie. Jason Statham (Deckard Shaw) plays the older brother of Owen Shaw (Luke Evans), who died in “Fast & Furious 6.”
Walker’s character Brian appears throughout the film. After he died, the producers brought in his brother, Cody Walker, and used animation to make him look like his brother. “Furious 7” got an outstanding rating from imdb.com with a 9.0 out of 10 and rottentomatoes.com gave it a 84% out of 100%.
If you haven’t seen “Furious 7”, you are missing out on a great film. Out of the entire Fast and the Furious series, this is probably the best one.
The family, Dominic, Mia, Brian, Tej, Letty, Roman, and Han, finally escaped the police after chasing criminals in a job assigned by Agent Hobbs (Dwayne Johnson) in London. In the previous movie, the job was to take down Owen Shaw. In this film, Deckard Shaw is seeking revenge on the people who took his brother Owen down. The first person that Deckard kills is Han, who is in Tokyo.
Dom gets called by a private number and hears the voice of Deckard saying he is going to kill him.
After Dom and Deckard crash their cars, Deckard leaves and Mr. Nobody (Kurt Russell) appears with military forces. He explains how he could help Dom capture Deckard, but he needs help getting a device named Gods Eye. Gods Eye is tracking device that uses all the cameras in the world to track somebody in mere seconds. Mr. Nobody needs to find Ramsey (Nathalie Emmanuel) because she was the only person to know where the Gods Eye device was.
The rest of the movie is dedicated to tracking down the device and finding Deckard.
Close to the end, the movie showcases a bunch of old clips from the Fast and the Furious series that involve Paul Walker. The Paul Walker commemoration is very beautiful scene to see because it sums up the best parts about Walker. People who have seen the whole “Fast and the Furious” saga would be delighted about the ending, #forpaul.

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