PG-13 | | Action, Adventure, Western
9 September 2016 | trublu215
5 | It had all the ingredients to be great but instead it is merely just "OK".
Antoine Fuqua's The Magnificent Seven is about as brazen as the cowboys it portrays. It is loud, visceral and ...
The characters use explosives produced by the Giant Powder Company of San Francisco. The company began operations in 1868, as the U.S.'s first manufacturer of dynamite, under exclusive license granted personally by Alfred Nobel, the inventor of dynamite.
Go on home, polish your rifles. Maybe the glint 'll scare 'em off.
As the crew ride into the mining operation to score some dynamite, a 45-starred American flag is flying on a wooden pole. That configuration flew from 1896 (admission of Utah) to 1907 (admission of Oklahoma). In 1879 the flag would have had only 38 stars.
The opening credits appear as Sam Chisholm rides into town, with Denzel Washington's credit appearing just as Sam comes into view.
English, North American Indian, Spanish
€628,540 (Italy) (25 September 2016)
$93,381,044 (USA) (16 December 2016)
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