Intimate Interview With the Cast of Furious 7
This is one of those rare interviews where we get to see some amazing actors allowing themselves to be vulnerable and discuss a very personal and sensitive topic, all while promoting a movie…as Paul Walker would say “Gotta Promote Dog”. The interviewer allowed them to express as little or as much as they wanted. No pressure, no stress, no trying for some juicy soundbite. This interview allows us the chance to see the real people behind the personas they have embodied for over a decade.
I rarely go to the theater to see a movie anymore, there are a myriad of reasons why, but every once in a while a movie comes along(Fast and Furious franchise) read guilty pleasure movie or a truely epic cinematic creation (almost non existent these days). When you go to see a movie at the theater, you go hoping these two basic things will not occur: 1) you will not regret the 120 minutes of your life you spent watching the movie 2) you will not feel you have wasted the hard earned money you spent. Sadly, alot of people suffer from this way to often. This will not be the case if you decide to go see Furious 7.
Three reasons to go see Furious 7
1. Epic fight scenes – The entire cast has at least one except Roman Pearce.
2. James Wan finds new ways to take car chases, explosions, and adrenaline fueled stunts to the next level, without them feeling like they were TOO over the top.
3. If you’re a fan of Fast and Furious Franchise this movie will give you closure.
I consider myself fortunate to have gotten a chance to meet Paul, I have also been lucky enough to meet most of the Furious Family, exceptions being Vin and Jordana.
Chris Bridges summed up the movie perfectly when he said “I don’t think there was any better way to honor him (Paul Walker), it was graceful, classy, elegant, it was everything it needed to be. I doubt there is one person who will disagree with that after they see the movie.”