Paul Walker would be "proud" of 'Fast and Furious 7'.
The late actor - who tragically died in a car crash in November 2013 aged just 40 - filmed a number of scenes for the seventh instalment of the franchise before his death and his brother Cody thinks Paul would have loved the end result.
He said: "I wasn't nervous to see it. I was more anxious to see how it turned out.
"It's bittersweet, but I think Paul would be proud."
And Cody, himself, is thrilled with the film and has credited his "family" - the film's long-running cast and crew - for making it so "tasteful".
He told People magazine: "I've known them for the last 15 years, but not at this level. I've just tripled my family in the last year. It does feel like family.
"I'm so happy with it. It was just so tastefully done and a great ending after everything."
Meanwhile, at a talk before the screening of the film, Vin recently paid tribute to his late friend and urged people to appreciate those they love whilst they still can.
He told the audience: "This movie is more than a movie. You'll feel it when you see it. There's something emotional that happens to you, where you walk out of this movie and you appreciate everyone you love because you just never know when the last day is you're gonna see them."