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Plot: Director Antoine Fuqua brings his modern vision to a classic story in The Magnificent Seven. With the town of Rose Creek under the deadly control of industrialist Bartholomew Bogue, the desperate townspeople employ protection from seven outlaws, bounty hunters, gamblers and hired guns. As they… Runtime: 132 min Release Date: 23 Sep 2016
This is a must go and see. Definitely a collection keeper. The western is back. Denzel was fabulous at his craft as always, along with the rest of the cast, they fulfilled exactly the mood needed to have an old western feel again in the cinema. The story is strong as well as the action scenes. No spoiler here just go and enjoy this to the fullest. I never expected to be this well entertained. Do not wait to buy the not yet available video, this is a definite popcorn and soda night. Well defined roles in the movie show the talent of the writers, director and creator of this art form, the <more>
cinematographers were dead on the mark of capturing the action. every element of life is represented here and the ending is is as good as the beginning! There are western movies and then there are western movies that you don't forget, this one of them. So my conclusion to this piece of work is 10/10, and gets no better than that for me!!
The Western Frontier is back. (by sfbhattacharjee)
Hands down, I say. It had all the elements a western movie has to have. I have watched The Seven Samurai and the original Magnificent Seven and I must say, this made quite a justice. Who said Chris Pratt could only play Star Lord when he is made for the west. 2nd half literally steals the show. I completely here disagree with the critics giving this a lower rating. Complete entertainment, complete swagger. Denzel Washington just nailed it but, it was Chris Pratt, and Vincent D' Onofrio who stole the show. Antonie Fuqua gave a perfect tribute to the likes of Akira Kurosawa, John Ford, and <more>
John Sturges. Believe me, this one's really good. If you stopped watching westerns, this remake will bring you back in. Who said remakes are bad? Not every remake though.
I loved this movie as much or more than the original Magnificent 7. I loved the action and it was just a good western that I haven't seen in a long, long time. You are absolutely in for a treat when you watch this. I'm buying DVD's for my brother-in-law, sister, and brothers. I hope down the road a second comes out with Denzel Washington oh and Antoine Fuqua you have done it again. Please, please do another. When i was little I grew up watching all the old westerns and sometimes they miss the mark on a re-make but, not with this one. I think I'll have a block movie party and <more>
show this movie for the youngster's that don't know about such things.
After I saw the trailer of the movie I was expecting a fun western with just good action and nice characters because the cast is great on paper, but then the question of course is if it also works for the movie. Well for me it worked. I just had a lot of fun with it.I have to say that I haven't seen the original movies that this is a remake of so I didn't have that to compare it to, therefore if I compare it to something, I compare it to other movies I have seen.Because the movie has a lot of things I have already seen in other movies I won't say what because that may be <more>
considered spoiling the movie . Therefore the story isn't what makes this movie and if you're looking for a great story, the movie might not be for you.What the movie does have first of all is a great cast that delivers. Denzel Washington gives the best performance of the movie by far but also Chris Pratt shows that Guardians wasn't a fluke, Hawke, D'Onofrio and just the entire cast works very well together for this nice team of 7 misfits that has to save the town.Also the action is great, it's very true to the old westerns. There are some very tense stand-offs and when the shooting starts, the action is fantastically shot, directed and just well executed.And the movie has a good sense of humor, there are good comedic moments that give good levity to the movie.Because the movie actually is pretty towards an R-rated movie, it has some harsh and brutal things happening that might not be for kids. It's one of the most mature PG-13 movies I have seen.All in all, the Magnificent Seven is a fun time in the theater, probably not as good as the original but better than most remakes these days looking at you Ghostbusters and I give it an 8.5/10
I have watched Kurosawa's masterpiece before and nothing will ever close to it, especially when we put the year of production into consideration. It so amazing what Kurosawa could do at that time with so many limitation in technology.But let's stop comparing this movie with the old good "Seven Samurai". If I look this movie as just a movie without consider it as a remake of something else , Magnificent Seven is a good cowboy movie.I love Denzel's acting in this movie. His character is so strong. Ethan Hawke has the right face and attitude to become Goodnight. Great <more>
casts!Chris Pratt is superb too. He brings the cheerful ambiance into this movie. His lines and jokes fit him well.Well, one character that's not built right is Red Harvest. He lack of background story, make his character felt blunt, no attachment with the others or with audiences.But overall, this is a very good movie. It brings me smile, and excitement. Cowboys fight is always good to watch, but never this good.I personally love it! And will consider to re-watch it again in later time.
If you look for holes; you'll find them. But its really entertaining! (by ChetlovesMer)
First off, I've seen both the original "Seven Samurai" and the Yule Brenner, Charles Bronson, Steve McQueen version about a hundred times; I love both of those movies. I thought this version was great. Is it the greatest movie of all time? Of course not. Is it a reflection of how movies are done today? Of course it is? There are unquestionably some holes in the story. People point to the Gatling Gun scene as totally over the top. And, Yes. It is over the top. The Gatling Gun, however, was a huge leap forward in firearm technology and if the movie makers were prone to a little <more>
exaggeration, I'm okay with that. My guess is any late 1800's cowboy who came up against a Gatling Gun and survived would probably also heavily exaggerate the story when telling it. The other issue I keep hearing is that some of the seven join up for almost no reason. They just "join up". Okay, again, true. But I challenge you to watch the 1960's version again. If you are truly honest with that film at least 3 members of that seven join up because they have "nothing better to do". I actually think the idea of a bounty hunter rounding up guys who have a bounty on them kinda makes sense. Both the town and the team are way more culturally diverse than ever would have happened in the late 1800's. But did you really think Hollywood could make a movie in which all the bad guys are Mexicans and all the heroes are white guys like in the 1960's version? Okay Charles Bronson's character was HALF-Mexican. This version is very entertaining. It's a fun escape. It's an action movie which isn't another damned superhero movie. The female lead is phenomenal. Denzel is Denzel-ishly great. Chris Pratt is both entertaining and a solid second-in-command. The other characters fill in the blanks nicely. The strangely culturally diverse town participates in their own salvation. The action scenes are well done, if not completely realistic. It's a re-imagined version that pays tribute in many places to both the original and the 1960's remake. Go see the movie and have fun like I did. And if you are one of those people that needs complete realism. Then sit at home and think about how boring complete realism would be.
Finally another great western movie!To be sure, all the western clichés are found in this movie; and I don't have a problem with that! One of the things I liked best about this western was the pacing, sometimes I find westerns to be a little too slow for my personal taste - subjective, I know but I felt this movie nailed it, even with a run time a little over 2 hours.The action scenes are great, very well done. The casting and acting was great - Denzel does a great job as the leader of this rag tag group of guys. Pratt, of course, nails the comedic relief role.The movie carried a <more>
surprising amount of "heart" throughout it all the way to the end. Here is the bottom line: Yes, this movie is worth your hard earned money to go see in the theater.
An energetic and highly entertaining Western. (by Troy_Campbell)
The Western has long become a rarity on the big screen, replaced over the last few decades as the dominant action genre first by bulging muscles and explosions, then by spandex and superpowers. So this big-budget remake of the 1960 classic comes as a welcome breath of tobacco-filled air, even if it doesn't quite live up to its predecessor. But as a piece of popcorn entertainment, it fires on all cylinders. Not surprisingly with Antoine Fuqua Training Day, The Equalizer, Shooter calling the shots, subtlety is pushed aside for frenetic set pieces and belief-defying heroics, especially in <more>
the wild climactic showdown that demonstrates minimal CGI does not equal minimal fun. Amongst all the balletic gunplay and macho posturing there's a relatively simple story: town is overrun by a dastardly villain Peter Sarsgaard oozing creepiness , town employs cowboys-for-hire guess how many for protection, town fights with said cowboys leading the way. That the plot requires little more explanation then that highlights the focus of the movie, for better and for worse, however the fact it never feels shallow or superficial can be attributed to the exhilarating action and the ultra-cool cast. And what a fantastic cast it is. Denzel Washington is reliably charismatic as the contemplative leader, Chris Pratt is magnetic as the group's joker, Ethan Hawke is intense as the tormented sniper, Byung-hun Lee is enigmatic as the blade-wielding assassin, Vincent D'Onofrio is intriguing as the philosophical killer and Haley Bennett is fierce as the townswoman who stands her ground. Best of all, the eclectic characters – also including Manuel Garcia-Rulfo as the rowdy Mexican and Martin Sensmeier as the Indian warrior – share a wonderful chemistry that makes them utterly watchable from start to finish. An energetic remake with style to spare, The Magnificent Seven is a rip-roaring adventure that'll please long-neglected Western fans to no end.
Antoine Fuqua and Denzel Washington Team Up Again for This "Reimagining" of a Classic (by timothyalanwilliams)
I will admit two things upfront. 1 I am not a "die-hard" fan of Westerns and 2 I have never seen the original "Magnificent Seven" that this "re-imagining" is based upon. I am however, a fan of the two main stars, Denzel Washington and Chris Pratt, as well as the director, Antoine Fuqua. Much like his last collaboration with Denzel, "The Equalizer", this film focuses more on the action and the strength of its actors instead of fully developed characters or an original story line. With that being said, you should go into this movie knowing that it's <more>
not trying to win any awards or change the face of cinema. It's a good, old fashioned shoot 'em up action flick with quick-draw cowboys, wild horses, sharp-shooters, native Americans good and bad , one-liners, drinkers, smokers, an evil overlord, and a knife- wielding Asian thrown in for good measure. Where the film lacks in its back-story of the seven heroes for hire, it makes up for in it's well-placed humor thanks to Chris Pratt mainly and it's crowd-pleasing action scenes there were several moments of applause during the final battle scenes at the screening I attended . Overall, I thoroughly enjoyed "The Magnificent Seven" and look forward to seeing it again.