The cast members are taken all around the world, from London to Los Angeles, Tokyo, the Dominican Republic, then to Abu Dhabi and back to Los Angeles. Dominic Toretto (played by Vin Diesel) and his crew members go after Deckard Shaw, brother of Owen Shaw we saw earlier. In this movie, Deckard is killing crew members in order to avenge the death of his brother.
Carpou revealed that the marketing campaign was huge and widespread so that it was impossible for any person to be unaware of this upcoming film. Sadly, this $190 million film had some might unexpected bumps while on-the-road. Following the death of franchise superstar, Paul Walker, the film’s release date was shifted from summer 2014. In the place of Paul Walker, his two brothers Caleb and Cody were introduced as stand-ins. Computer effects were used for a facial replacement in order to complete Walker’s scenes.
Polling firm CinemaScore revealed that moviegoers reacted quite positively to the film which received Grade A from the audience. The review was awesome, and it received 82% ‘fresh’ ratings on Rotten Tomatoes. The audience was over the age of 25, comprising about 56%. The gender distribution was quite balanced, with males comprising 51% of the total audience.
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