Fifth about The Seventh

The Magnificent Seven (1960)

The Magnificent Seven: John Sturges worked out of a fantastic blueprint for this western (not that it’s a guarantee of anything, of course), and the results show. The action is fast, furious and exciting (both well shot and edited); that leaves plenty of time for the story to unfold, and for the group of characters to display what they are made of. The large cast respond in kind and is generally strong; Eli Wallach creates a great villain and is the stand-out. Elmer Bernstein created a great action score, probably one of the most recognizable of all time.

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