not so magnificent se7en mini review

referencing Django Unchained or The Hateful Eight would be downright pointless… however i can just point my finger in the most unlikely direction of one petite scene in Quentin Tarantino’s Kill Bill (volume 1) that has more western taste and flavor than both 2 hours and 13 minutes of the re-imagining of The Magnificent Seven, a film with no imagination or style of its own who could have easily borrowed some old cowboy boots from a large and colorful wardrobe of historic western films. The Magnificent Seven instead chooses to piss away all its coin on a card game with Denzel and Pratt trying to fool everyone with their cool poker faces.


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