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The Magnificent Seven 1960 123movies

The Magnificent Seven 1960 123movies

They were seven - And they fought like seven hundred!Oct. 12, 1960128 Min.
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Watch: The Magnificent Seven 1960 123movies, Full Movie Online – A bandit terrorizes a small Mexican farming village each year. Several of the village elders send three of the farmers into the United States to search for gunmen to defend them. They end up with seven, each of whom comes for a different reason. They must prepare the town to repulse an army of thirty bandits who will arrive wanting food..
Plot: An oppressed Mexican peasant village hires seven gunfighters to help defend their homes.
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Yul Is Cool!
This is considered one of the all-time great westerns: a real classic, and I can’t argue. I’ve seen a number of faster-moving and better westerns but few with a cast this good that’s still entertaining. I never get tired of seeing the stars in this movie. How often are actors like Yul Brynner, Steve McQueen, Charles Bronson, James Coburn and Eli Wallach boring…..or all in the same movie? Not too often. Throw in Robert Vaughn and Horst Buchholz and you have a memorable cast.

As “cool” as McQueen was in his day, in this film Brynner was the “coolest” guy. Just the intense look on his face with those piercing eyes and deep voice command attention whenever he’s on screen. Meanwhile, nobody but nobody played a Mexican villain better than Wallach.

The “good guys” in this classic movie are all professional killers and show their human side by admitting their weaknesses and the emptiness of their profession. No one says it better here than Bronson, who gives a couple of very powerful “sermons” to some young boys.

A solid western and a pretty famous theme song, too! It’s also another good example of showing some real tough guys who can be convincing without profanity. Can you imagine the dialog if this film was re-made today?!

Review By: ccthemovieman-1
The Price Of Corn
Growing up in the 1970s, “The Magnificent Seven” was the kind of movie you respected even without seeing it. “I’ll be Vin!” “I’ll be Chris!” “I’ll be the guy Charles Bronson plays!” You weren’t quick, and you’d be stuck with Harry Luck.

So speaking as the Harry Luck guy, I can’t see what the fuss was about.

The film introduces us to a Mexican village being robbed of its corn by the cruel bandito Calvera (Eli Wallach). A trio of villagers reach out out to gunslinger Chris Adams (Yul Brynner) for help. He assembles six like-minded killers for hire, and the seven put themselves on the line to protect the village.

“I promise you we’ll all teach him something about the price of corn,” Chris vows.

Because “The Magnificent Seven” joins Brynner with such 1960s luminaries as Steve McQueen (Vin), Charles Bronson (Bernardo), James Coburn (Britt), and Robert Vaughn (Lee), I think “The Magnificent Seven” is given more credit than it deserves. For one thing, director John Sturges ignores all of them in favor of Horst Buchholz as an impetuous Mexican who overplays every scene he’s in. For another, the film never realistically offers reasons for why its characters lay their lives on the line.

The idea of these gunmen joining forces to protect a village is a good set-up. I never saw “The Seven Samurai” and can’t complain about a rip-off like other user reviews here. “Star Wars” and “A Fistful Of Dollars” are great movies that took their plots from the same Japanese director, so the idea isn’t wrong on its own. I just wish “The Magnificent Seven” did more with the material.

Spatial reality goes by the boards every time there’s a gunfight, people shooting and being killed completely independent of one another. Sturges in combat scenes played to what his audience wanted (stars shooting guns and bad guys falling, until the end when it’s the other way around) regardless of what made sense.

McQueen sticks out for his laconic dialogue and his willingness to wear a pink shirt. He and Coburn are big film heroes of mine, and both are well presented. “You lose”, Coburn says at one point, his lean frame all the authority he needs to sell the idea that it really does make sense bringing a knife to a gunfight. Bronson likewise shines in a more challenging role, having to nursemaid three badly-dubbed Mexican boys.

Sturges needed more time than he used to develop Vaughn’s less steady character, as well as Brad Dexter’s role of Harry Luck, a golddigger who never fits into the narrative. Like Glenn Erickson, a.k.a. “DVD Savant”, said in his otherwise admiring review of the film, it’s like he plays a 1940s character in a 1960 film. Most fatally, too much time is spent on Buchholz’s Chico character, annoying not because of Buchholz’s weakness as an actor but because of the way the character is written. When he confronts Chris and the gang in a bar, you just know he’s going to knock over a row of whiskey jiggers before he does, because of the obvious way the scene is set up.

SPOILERS – Why Calvera lets the Magnificent Seven ride off with their guns is one of those questions that makes clear this is a film focused on star-making over common sense. Also, as Damarates noted in his March 2007 review, why do Chris and the rest of the Seven put themselves out for a village that obviously betrayed them? When you think of it, Calvera is the only halfway decent character in the movie, giving his opponents the (unmerited) benefit of the doubt – SPOILERS END

Not a good movie, except for those with memories of how it was when you were kids, this movie was fresh in your hearts, and you weren’t stuck playing Harry Luck.

Review By: slokes

Other Information:

Original Title The Magnificent Seven
Release Date 1960-10-12
Release Year 1960

Original Language en
Runtime 2 hr 8 min (128 min)
Budget 2000000
Revenue 4905000
Status Released
Rated Approved
Genre Action, Adventure, Western
Director John Sturges
Writer William Roberts, Akira Kurosawa, Walter Bernstein
Actors Yul Brynner, Steve McQueen, Charles Bronson
Country United States
Awards Nominated for 1 Oscar. 2 wins & 6 nominations total
Production Company N/A
Website N/A

Technical Information:

Sound Mix Mono (Westrex Recording System)
Aspect Ratio 2.35 : 1
Camera Panavision Lenses
Laboratory DeLuxe, Hollywood (CA), USA (color)
Film Length (14 reels)
Negative Format 35 mm (Eastman 50T 5250)
Cinematographic Process Panavision (anamorphic)
Printed Film Format 35 mm

The Magnificent Seven 1960 123movies
The Magnificent Seven 1960 123movies
The Magnificent Seven 1960 123movies
The Magnificent Seven 1960 123movies
The Magnificent Seven 1960 123movies
The Magnificent Seven 1960 123movies
The Magnificent Seven 1960 123movies
The Magnificent Seven 1960 123movies
The Magnificent Seven 1960 123movies
The Magnificent Seven 1960 123movies
Original title The Magnificent Seven
TMDb Rating 7.544 1,463 votes

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