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The Magnificent Seven
With the town of Rose Creek under the deadly control of industrialist Bartholomew Bogue (Peter Sarsgaard), the desperate townspeople employ protection from seven outlaws, bounty hunters, gamblers and...  View more >

Starring Chris Pratt, Denzel Washington, Ethan Hawke...  View more >

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Oct 1, 2016
It's been a long time since there has been a good western movie. Good acting all around, gorgeous scenery. Nice to have a setting outside of the city for a change.
Oct 2, 2016
Nothing like the original , but still entertaining.
Oct 6, 2016
A good movie that doesn't measure up against the 1961 or the 1955 film "Seven Samuari." which the two movie is based on. When director Akra Kurosawa made the movie in 1955, he wanted to make a western. Six years later that western from Japan was made into a American Western and the remake of the new version of the movie is more like the 1961 version except for more violence and a diverse cast. the last movie a village was terrorized by bandits. In the new version, it's the oil barons. Denzel Washinbgton leads a new team of gunfighters to take on the oil barons and if you saw "Seven Samuari" or the 1961 version of the movie, plus the 1998 movie "A Bug's life" which pay homage to the M7, then you will follow the story without interruption. Oh yes, that Elmar Bernstein's original music score is a major reason why you should stay for the final credits.
Oct 6, 2016
A good movie that doesn't measure up against the 1961 or the 1955 film "Seven Samuari." which the two movie is based on. When director Akra Kurosawa made the movie in 1955, he wanted to make a western. Six years later that western from Japan was made into a American Western and the remake of the new version of the movie is more like the 1961 version except for more violence and a diverse cast. the last movie a village was terrorized by bandits. In the new version, it's the oil barons. Denzel Washinbgton leads a new team of gunfighters to take on the oil barons and if you saw "Seven Samuari" or the 1961 version of the movie, plus the 1998 movie "A Bug's life" which pay homage to the M7, then you will follow the story without interruption. Oh yes, that Elmar Bernstein's original music score is a major reason why you should stay for the final credits.
Oct 26, 2016
I'm a big fan of westerns and, frankly, don't find any fault with this as long as one's willing to go along with the premise. Good cast, lots of action.

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