7 Ridiculously Amazing Moments In ‘Fast & Furious 7’‏

Fast & Furious is known for its totally unbelievable stunts and massively cheesy one-liners, and that’s exactly why we love it. But if you thought the sixth film hit the ceiling for ludicrous car chases and cringe-worthy dialogue, you ain’t seen nothing yet…

Don’t worry; this feature is spoiler friendly. Although there are some scenes described which aren’t in the trailer, there are no major plot points included.

When the team are faced with trying to get to the top of a mountain without being seen, it’s suggested they parachute in. Yep, cars falling from a plane and then landing safety thanks to parachutes. It could happen guys.


Dwayne Johnson’s Hobbs might be injured in this latest Fast & Furious outing but that wasn’t going to stop him kicking ass. When the time came for him to fight he literally busted out of an arm cast by flexing his muscles.


We’re used to the Fast & Furious crew surviving against the odds but this time Dom actually launches his car off the side of a mountain and rolls all the way to the bottom. And then gets out without a scratch. Maybe he’s immortal?


What do you do when you’re stuck in a truck that’s about to fall off a cliff? Climb out, run across the top of it and jump back onto solid ground obviously. Paul Walker will show you how it’s done…


Walking away from explosions unscathed is a Fast & Furious staple but The Rock took it one step further this time by actually shielding a team member as he’s launched out of the top floor of a building and falls onto a car.


“Cars don’t fly” Brain tells his son, but obviously Vin Diesel wasn’t paying attention because when he runs out of road in a penthouse apartment, he decides to drive through the window into the building next to it. Yeah…


Want to bury your enemies under a collapsing car park? If you’re Vin Diesel all you have to do is wait for it to become unstable and then stomp really hard. Don’t forget the bad-ass one-liner, it totally helps.

Fast & Furious 7 hits UK cinemas on 3rd April 2015.


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