I told you tho, the 1st one had NO idea what it would build into. Of course it didn't make you want to watch more.
2 didn't have any idea either. But it introduced a few important pieces to the puzzle.
3 for 95% of the movie didn't have any bigger plans, and then, boom, there it was. Bigger picture.
4 was the beginning, the comeback. Things in motion.
5 was the elevation, we here now, kick the door in and work ya over real good. You with us now, no choice but to come with.
6, all in. The final time we'll see the whole joint as one. With the baddest villain yet as icing on the cake.
7 will have an even badder villain, but we will have lost part of the soul of the franchise.
You aren't watching one to get to another, you are watching all of them to complete a bigger picture, that wasn't even fully comprehended til the final moments of 3.
And get the Blu Rays. There are after credit scenes in 5-6 that they don't show on HBO etc. Those scenes help show you what's coming.
6 films, 12 hours. You can easily do that. You just asked us for help watching 11 crap movies like it was nothing. You got a 3 day weekend comin up, you could do 2 movies a day and still have 20 hours to do whatever. Come Monday, you'll be salivating for Fast 7, tho with a heavier heart.
It's tougher on you not coming from the start like many of us, but just check the threads, the ones that have been here since 1, are all dancing in the streets with each addition. 7 damn films, and nobody wants it to end. We want more more more and still more, and they keep delivering. That alone should tell you something very clearly. Name another franchise 7 deep that is GAINING traction. It just simply does not happen.