. It's sometimes hard to believe that the film was made in 1960 as its look, content and cast make it seem like a later film. Dexter easily the most often forgotten member of the group has a few moments, but his character is not particularly defined. Differences in feeling aside, the ultimate question is whether this version of the story manages to entertain. But there is a certain something that keeps The Magnificent Seven unique. Yul Brynner, Steve McQueen, James Coburn, Robert Vaughn, Charles Bronson. As they prepare the town for the violent showdown that they know is coming, these seven mercenaries find themselves fighting for more than money.
Well, since we have examples of films where it's all stilted, all the time, we can forgive this one. Because of his tender paternal instincts, he is adopted by three children who promise him, in case he falls, to bring him, every day, fresh flowers. Magnificent Seven as it's own film is a very good western but when compared to its predecessor is can hardly live up. The downside to this is that it isn't nearly as moody or powerful. Sometimes, it seems incredibly wise. It was definitely a touchstone in the development of the western film. In this remake of the Kurosawa classic Seven Samurai, some changes in plot do not meet the dramatic heights of the original.
The sometimes laconic story is carried a long way by his score. Chisolm recruits an eclectic group of gunslingers to take on Bogue and his ruthless henchmen. In The Magnificent Seven 2016 Putlocker Full Movie, Director Antoine Fuqua brings his modern vision to a classic story in The Magnificent Seven. Great story, even if it was stollen from the Japanese classic -- the dialogue makes up for any charge of larceny. When the leader of the bandits comes, they fight him and his men off. Comparing this directly to Kurosawa's Seven Samurai doesn't feel fair being that Seven Samurai is such a classic. Compare these Hollywood westerns with the Italian films, such as Leone's For a Fistful of Dollars which is a remake of Kurosawa's Yojimbo and the difference is glaring.
Director Antoine Fuqua brings his modern vision to a classic story in The Magnificent Seven. Seven disparate men- each with his own dark secret- come together to save a Seminole Indian village from The Ghosts of the Confederacy, a ragtag group of renegade Confederate soldiers led by Colonel Emmett Reilly Anderson. He, McQueen and Coburn define the word cool as they go about their various exploits before and after they join forces. The villagers come off as hapless and pitiful, for the most part. Bronson on the other hand is a big badass guy willing to fight. This movie is a gem among westerns.
This has a great cast of classic actors - Top Names from the era. The theme music cues you to what is coming in a way that is lost today -- primes you for what is coming. Steve McQueen gives a standout performance as the sardonic gunman 'We deal in lead, friend' , carrying appealing ease and sense of humor to his role as Vin, Brynner's first recruit and second-in-command. And while not as alive visually as the Japanese film that inspired it or the Italian Westerns it influenced, it's still mighty fine to look at, and the gunfights don't disappoint. Yul Brynner is the man, dressed in black, with the luminous dome and the hypnotic Mongolian eyes who portrays the distinctive Chris Adams leader of the seven hired gunmen hired to chase some 'flies from a little Mexican village.
Wallach excels in the showy role of the chief bandit. To tell you the truth, the main pleasure is to simply watch the key actors - they are a bunch of such interesting faces and personalities! James Coburn just walking or standing - he is magnetic without even saying a word! One particularly wonderful scene that stuck in my memory from the first time I saw the film ten years ago is the one where Lee Robert Vaughn , drunk in the middle of the night, confesses his frailties and fear to two of the farmers. In the end, The Magnificent Seven comes off as an excellent remake of a masterpiece. This is a vastly superior film and I doubt anyone who's reading this review would need to be told the remake isn't worth 2¢. With their lives in jeopardy, Emma Cullen and other desperate residents turn to bounty hunter Sam Chisolm for help. With a deadly showdown on the horizon, the seven mercenaries soon find themselves fighting for more than just money once the bullets start to fly. It's true, this movie was made before cgi so you won't see blood spurting out of people's chests when shot; indeed, you might not even see a hole.
His brash performance is a great counterpoint to the more steely and solemn title gunmen. Charles Branson chopping wood - yes, I think so. James Coburn makes a big impression as Britt, the expert gunman who can out-draw a gun with his knife-throwing. As they prepare the town for the violent showdown that they know is coming, these seven mercenaries find themselves fighting for more than money. I am not into Westerns but my mom always praised this movie, so I decided to watch.
The soldiers are originally looking for food and supplies, but change their objective when they discover the village has gold trinkets. 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. McQueen and Coburn are men of few words, but of fierce actions when necessary. Great character motivations, great characters, and a satisfying conclusion. What could have been a fairly routine western is lifted into the realm of classic thanks to some smart casting, sturdy direction and a rousing music score.