Paul Walker

Apr 2 2015

Furious Seven – Eddie’s Review

Make no mistake: Furious Seven is everything you’d expect and want out of a post-Fast Five sequel in the Fast and Furious franchise. Supersonic cars, high danger with lots of white-knuckle suspense, gorgeous men and women (the latter played up in the opening scenes almost as a knowing wink-and-nod to how critics have perceived the treatment […]
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Apr 2 2015

Furious 7 – Mike’s Review

It would seem impossible that 2001’s disposable street racing flick “The Fast and the Furious” would have spawned a box office juggernaut franchise such as this, the most recent installment costing somewhere in the neighborhood of $250 million, and finding its characters now in a dimension where being a gear head somehow qualifies you to […]
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Apr 29 2014

Brick Mansions

As with so many remakes these days, “Brick Mansions” is a watered down version of the original, lacking much of the frenetic drive and finesse that made 2004’s “District B13” so exciting to watch. While it’s by no means a terrible time at the cinema, at least as far as thinly-plotted action flicks go, it […]
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May 26 2013

Fast & Furious 6

This review does not contain spoilers from “Fast Five,” which I highly recommend you rent first. Also, please excuse me for any automobile-related puns. “Fast & Furious 6” requires your suspension of disbelief, not your analysis. It’s an exercise in sheer spectacle, bigger and badder than the last film. Sure, it’s everything a summer blockbuster […]
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May 23 2013

Furious 6

(If you read nothing else of this review, know this: do not leave the theater until the credits start rolling up the screen.) It’s pretty hard to up the ante and the game from one sequel to the next. However, Furious 6 (also known as Fast & Furious 6) director Justin Lin manages to do […]
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