The Magnificent Seven

The Magnificent Seven
The Magnificent Seven




133 minutes


Action and Adventure, Westerns



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In this modern updating of one of the most legendary Westerns of all, the town of Rose Krick in the old American west is under siege from corrupt industrialist Bartolomew Bogue. Feeling helpless, the residents desperately turn to a group of seven outlaws for protection, as they await what looks like an inevitably violent onslaught. Headed by bounty hunter Sam Chisolm, the seven men come together to help the poverty stricken village, but soon find themselves massively outnumbered and fighting over much more than money. Packed with star power and electric action, this take on one of cinema’s most legendary tales reintroduces the world of cowboys, gunslingers and the frontier to a new generation.

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Moderate violence.

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