Furious 7 is the latest in The Fast and the Furious franchise and the first where Paul Walker had to be written out due to his untimely death during production. That hasn’t stopped it from being one of the most action-packed Furious films yet. Breaking box office records at an $143.6 million debut, Furious 7 has taken the movie scene by storm and trust us when we say, the movie lives up to the hype. WARNING: If you haven’t seen the film, there are spoilers below. Here are 25 ways Furious 7 blew our minds.
The bus-to-car jump
It takes mad skills (and an awesome stunt team) to show Brian O’Conner jumping from the falling bus and grabbing the car spoiler at just the last second.
Taking out the bus
If getting shot at by a bus in Azerbaijan then ripping out it’s back side with grappling hooks isn’t enough, Brian’s leap-jump from the hood of his car to the bus is something only Walker could do.
Deckard setting the tone
British Special Forces assassin Deckard Shaw walking past the building he destroyed in the movie’s beginning set the intense tone for Furious 7.
Toretto house goes poof
During his call to Dom, Deckard also sets off the bomb blowing up the Toretto house. Thankfully he didn’t put explosives in the garage which has the mac-daddy of Furious metal…
We love that they won’t let this car go – Dom’s 1970’s Dodge Charger is a muscle car like no other. Thankfully it seems like it doesn’t scare Dom that much anymore.