The Magnificent SevenA group of seven gunfighters is hired to protect the residents of a small town in Mexico from a greedy industrialist. With a deadly showdown on the horizon, these seven mercenaries find themselves fighting for more than money.Genre: ActionCountry: United StatesDuration: 132 minQuality: HDRelease: 2016IMDb: 6.9
Actors of "The Magnificent Seven"
Characters of "The Magnificent Seven"
Directors of "The Magnificent Seven"Antoine FuquaBirthdate: 19 January 1966, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA
Creators of "The Magnificent Seven"Akira KurosawaBirthdate: 23 March 1910, Tokyo, JapanShinobu HashimotoBirthdate: 18 April 1918
Critic Reviews of "The Magnificent Seven"Denver PostDecember 14, 2016
As things build toward the long, bloody and by-the-numbers (if ably staged) showdown, it's hard not to mourn for the film this could have been, considering the assemblage of talent.BuzzFeed NewsSeptember 26, 2016
The Magnificent Seven is an awkward milestone in Hollywood's ongoing and urgent conversation about representation.The AtlanticSeptember 24, 2016
The most rousing moment in The Magnificent Seven comes after the action has already concluded, when the credits roll to the emphatic accompaniment of Elmer Bernstein's iconic 1960 score.New YorkerSeptember 23, 2016
Traces of real history are hard to spot in Fuqua's Western, but there isn't much evidence of a real Western, either. You sense that an entire genre, far from being revitalized, is being plundered for handy tips.NPRSeptember 23, 2016
If body count is what you go to Westerns for, by all means drift into this one's corral.MTVSeptember 23, 2016
Fuqua's made two clean piles separating good and evil, and in doing so, he's thrown away the film's point.PublímetroFebruary 23, 2017
Isn't very different from others of its kind, but manages to entertain without complications with a typical western story. [Full review in Spanish]Film InquiryFebruary 22, 2017
It has few standout moments and, in addition, doesn't have anything too deep or thought-provoking to say. Yet, if you simply wish to see a gun-slinging Western with some of your favorite actors, it's a least a passable couple hours at the movies.Laramie Movie ScopeFebruary 08, 2017
This isn't just a remake, it is a straight up old-fashioned Western that stands on its own. It is very well acted and the production values are first rate. The direction by the underrated Antoine Fuqua ('Training Day') is spot on.En Lima Agenda CulturalFebruary 07, 2017
An entertaining film but considering the pedigree of the two productions on which it's based, it definitely should have been much more than that. [Full review in Spanish]CinemaDopeJanuary 03, 2017
In rust-brown appearance as well as offhand staging of the gunfights, Faqua's 'M7' is closer to operatic Leone than choreographed Sturges ... war-weary Hawke and rousing theme by late James Horner are plusesHindustan TimesDecember 31, 2016
The magnificence of the titular septet is barely discernible in this unwarranted update of the 1960 Western that was itself a remake of the 1954 Japanese classic Seven Samurai.
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