Paul Walker’s final ‘Furious’ legacy is mindless fun

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Blu-ray and DVD reviews this week – September 15, 2015.

Screen Junkies is once again getting to the bottom of an over-the-top blockbuster by telling us what this movie is really about (you know, besides making box office bank.) Despite having a weird timeline and not using enough of The Rock, this movie was still able to transition from ridiculous thrill ride to being a beautiful, heartfelt goodbye to Paul Walker, which is exactly what the fans wanted.The various. many followers of Livid 7 and critics alike might agree on one factor — the parachuting of 5 automobiles out of a cargo aircraft was the right option to up the stunt stakes on this long-running franchise.

And yes, we’ll probably be seeing more over-the-shoulder, dramatically-delivered proverbs from Diesel again soon—because why stop with 7 when there are still so many more things for cars to fly out of? Director James Wan says one of many very first issues he did for the movie was to assist choreograph this scene of Vin Diesel, Paul Walker and firm (Tyrese reluctantly) parachuting of their automobiles — an unorthodox method to begin a automotive rescue. To enter, complete the entry form below AND like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter then share your favorite FURIOUS 7 moment using the hashtags #Furious7 and #iamrollingout. However the arduous half was doing the stunt with a number of automobiles, helicopters and (frankly insane) stunt photographers flying across the dropping automobiles.

So in order to expedite your buying and Netflix decision making, we provide you with a list of the cool and not-so-cool titles coming out for movies, television and everything in-between. So put your feet up, grab some popcorn and check out this week’s selections. – The big title of the week is , which made a huge splash at the box office in ways probably not a lot of people suspected. Stunt coordinator Jack Gill provides the most effective professional tip ever ought to you end up parachuting within the air inside a sports activities automotive: Energy up the home windows. The movie itself is more of the same and that is not a necessarily a bad thing with the entire cast from the previous movies coming back for another massive car chase through numerous global locations as one of the brothers from the previous movies tries to get revenge of the group. Torretto must reconvene with his team to stop Shaw and retrieve the God’s Eye program while caught in a power struggle between the terrorist and the United States government.

CINDERELLA – Disney continues to come up with these very interesting takes on their classic franchises by making them live action and creating quite a bit of twists while keeping with the original themes. So when her Fairy Godmother (Helena Bonham-Carter) arrives and gives her a glass slipper and uses magic to transform her into an immortal beauty, she goes to the prince gala where she woos the prince but loses her slipper. The cool thing here is the that outfits, period pieces and sets are very awesome and really come to life in a vibrant way, especially during the gala where there are plenty of lavish colors and beautiful things happening. Who cares it isn’t important apparently as it is more about her finding love and trying to avoid becoming a test subject for evil scientist that naturally want to learn why she is immortal.

But if you have hankering for supernatural romance, this might be worth a view. – If you don’t mind the knack of French women having bushels of armpit hair (no hate here, just truth), might be the eurotrash sleaze flick you have been waiting to make its debut on Blu-ray. This is the first of two titles this week from Arrow Video that has taken up the mantel of bringing to high definition cult films that have been long lost in circulation and giving them a pretty new visual stamp. are four “erotic” tales set across different time periods in Europe. The stories range from the weird (a wild beast chasing young girls in the countryside and ripping off their heads to, well, I’ll spare the details) to the mild (a young girl reads an erotic novel) to the bloody (Elizabeth Bathory somehow convinces 146 nude chicks to drink Kool-Aid and serve as bathwater) to the religious (oh those naughty priests). It is an interesting look into the 70s eurotrash scene which almost tried too hard to offend with as many full frontal chicks in as many strange predicaments as possible.

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