Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that Furious 7 is the seventh movie in the massively successful and increasingly popular Fast & Furious franchise. Like the others, it has tons of over-the-top, outrageous action violence (with the biggest stunts ever for the franchise), including fighting with fists and weapons, car chases/crashes, explosions, gunfire, and character deaths. Women are viewed as objects, frequently appearing in bikinis (women with normal/realistic body types don't appear) -- but the central female characters are also strong and smart. Language isn't constant but does include uses of "s--t," "bitch" and one "f--k." Star Paul Walker died during production; his scenes were completed with digital magic and stand-ins. The movie has more focus than earlier installments on the meaning of family, but characters still don't face any consequences for their violent, destructive actions.
Dozens of women are shown in revealing bikinis. Some strong innuendo.
Frequent, outrageous, over-the-top action sequences. Dead bodies. Bombs, grenades, and explosions. Constant car chases and crashes. Fighting with fists and blunt instruments. Bullets fired. Martial arts fighting. Car skewered with tree trunk. Cars falling from cliffs.
One use of "f--k," and more frequent use of other words, including "s--t," "sumbitch," "bitches," "goddamn," "damn," etc.
More so than in the previous movies, the characters swear by their "family" bonds and vow to protect each other. But their brand of "teamwork" usually involves splitting up (and tons of consequence-free destruction). One character leaves his wife and son behind to help out, but eventually learns that his true place is with them.
Corona beer is shown and mentioned more than once. Lots of car brands.
Drugs / Tobacco /
A character drinks and talks about his favorite Belgian beer. Another character drinks (and prefers) Corona.