Why “The Magnificent Seven” Upgrade Is Already Iconic — JUST ADD COLOR

I usually don’t go for Westerns. Well, actually, they have to be one (or more) of three things: they are bending the rules of the Western to a ridiculous degree, involve a rarely-discussed racial angle, or I have to watch them for a film class. (Because I was forced to watch Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid…

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One thought on “Why “The Magnificent Seven” Upgrade Is Already Iconic — JUST ADD COLOR

  1. I actually enjoyed The Magnificent Seven, which is just a reboot of Akira Kurosawa’s Seven Samurai. I’m excited about this reboot, though. This is the one remake that I feel is in good hands, given that Antoine Fuqua directed it and the cast looks solid.

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