The Magnificent Seven (2016) Full Movie Review

Director:
  • Antoine Fuqua,
Writer:
  • Akira Kurosawa,
  • Shinobu Hashimoto,
  • Hideo Oguni,
  • Nic Pizzolatto,
  • Richard Wenk,
Actors:
  • Denzel Washington,
  • Chris Pratt,
  • Ethan Hawke,
  • Vincent D'Onofrio,
  • Byung-hun Lee,
  • Manuel Garcia-Rulfo,
  • Martin Sensmeier,
  • Haley Bennett,
  • Peter Sarsgaard,
  • Luke Grimes,
  • Matt Bomer,
  • Jonathan Joss,
  • Cam Gigandet,
  • Emil Beheshti,
  • Mark Ashworth,
  • Billy Slaughter,
  • Dodge Prince,
  • Matthew Posey,
  • Carrie Lazar,
  • Jody Mullins,
  • Clint James,
  • Dane Rhodes,
  • Ritchie Montgomery,
  • Sean Bridgers,
  • William Lee Scott,
  • David Kallaway,
  • Griff Furst,
  • Alix Angelis,
  • Sean Boyd,
  • Rob Mello,
The Magnificent Seven (2016) [Full Movie]

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Runtime:
  • 132 min
Release Date:
  • 23 September 2016
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The Magnificent Seven (2016) watch online free now here, find a quality movie streaming and preferred language. Seven gun men in the old west gradually come together to help a poor village against savage thieves.

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 prepare the town for the violent showdown that they know is coming, these seven mercenaries find themselves fighting for more than money.

The residents of a small town are being pressured by a man, Bartholomew Bogue to sell him their land for a paltry price. Tey gather together at the church to meet about how they should handle Bogue. Bogue shows up and then burns the church, one of the citizens stands up to Bogue and Bogue kills him. The man’s wife then heads off to find help. And while at a town, she sees a man take out some men all by himself. Sh then approaches him and asks for his help. The man, Sam Chisolm is not interested till he is told about Bogue. He recruits a man whom he saw handle himself quite well. The man, Faraday says yes and they recruit or come across some other men of skill and they total seven. They go to the town and take care of Bogue’s men. Chisolm sends one of Bogue’s men to give Bogue a message. Chisolm then talks to the town telling them, they need to get ready because Bogue will be back with an army.

The original 1960 version, which was a remake of the Japanese classic Seven Samurai, is a fantastic film, I was surprised to find out it via a poster that it was going to be remade, it had an impressive cast, so I hoped for the best, directed by Antoine Faqua (Training Day, Olympus Has Fallen, The Equalizer). Basically set in the 1870s, the mining town of Rose Creek is under the deadly control of corrupt industrialist Bartholomew Bogue (Peter Sarsgaard), a group of locals, led by Matthew Cullen (Matt Bomer), attempt to stand up to him, Bogue slaughters them. Cullen’s wife Emma (Haley Bennett) and her friend Teddy Q (Luke Grimes) ride to the nearest town in search of help, they find bounty hunter Sam Chisolm (Denzel Washington), he initially turns down their offer for everything their town can offer, but changes his mind hearing it is Bogue. Chisolm sets out to recruit other gunslingers who can help, he finds six other men: gambler Josh Faraday (Chris Pratt), sharpshooter Goodnight Robicheaux (Ethan Hawke), knife-wielding assassin Billy Rocks (Terminator Genisys’s Byung-hun Lee), notorious Mexican outlaw Vasquez (Manuel Garcia-Rulfo), God-fearing skilled tracker Jack Horne (Vincent D’Onofrio), and Comanche warrior Red Harvest (Martin Sensmeier). The seven men arrive at Rose Creek, they engage in a gunfight with Bogue’s enforcer McCann (Cam Gigandet) and his men, they drive them away and warn them to leave the town alone. They determine Bogue and his forces will return in a week, so the seven and Cullen train the townspeople to fight against the oncoming army, Robicheaux is haunted by the horrors of the Civil War and fears the people will be massacred, Cullen replaces him when he abandons them. Bogue and his forces arrive and attack the town, but the townspeople ambush them, with traps set up and their newfound gun skills, a shootout ensues, during which Robicheaux returns, Vasquez kills McCann, Bogue’s Comanche assassin Denali (Jonathan Joss) kills Horne, and Denali is later killed by Red Harvest. Bogue then unveils his secret weapon, a Gatling gun, which kills numerous innocent people, the seven men realise they are outgunned by the bandits, the townspeople are driven away and they mount their last stand. Robicheaux and Rocks are killed when the Gatling gun is fired for a second round, Faraday approaches the weapon and is shot at numerous times, but in his final moments sacrifices himself to destroy the gun and the rest of Bogue’s men. Bogue enters the town, where Chisolm confronts him, he reveals that his mother and sisters were raped and murdered several years ago in a raid by Bogue and his men, the two engage in a gunfight, Bogue is disarmed by Chisolm, he tries to reach for a hidden gun in his ankle holster, but Cullen fatally shoots him. Following the battle, Faraday, Robicheaux, Rocks and Horne are honoured as heroes by the people and buried in Rose Creek, while Chisolm, Vasquez and Red Harvest ride away, with Cullen remarking they are heroic legends. Also starring Jonathan Joss as Denali, Sean Bridgers as Fanning and Billy Slaughter as Josiah. The seven men, including Washington, Pratt, Hawke and D’Onofrio are all well suited to their parts, Sarsgaard is a good nasty villain, and Bennett does well in her moments, the original relied on a well- written script and sweeping action scenes, this reboot sticks with the same premise, you have to wait until the end credits for the famous Elmer Bernstein theme tune, but you get to know the characters well, and the explosive action scenes are the most exciting, overall it is a well-crafted and most watchable western. Good!

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