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I was in the Boy Scouts and never once felt prepared for the zombie apocalypse. Unless I could defeat a zombie by tying a sheet bend knot or reciting the Boy Scout oath, I’d be screwed. And I was one of the better Scouts of my troops. The teenage Scouts of this movie, written with all the awkward and perverted nature of typical teens, wouldn’t fare much better with their Scouting abilities. They don’t need to be Scouts as almost none of the lessons or expertise of their rank come into play; it’s just a teenager ... Read full review »
Does the new Magnificent Seven blow away the original? Absolutely not, but that’s thankfully not the plan for director Antoine Fuqua. Having directed the loud and simplistic crowd-pleasers of Olympus Has Fallen and Southpaw, he knows where his strengths lie and it’s not in character development or new plot twists on the old formula. He specializes in crafting big, loud and blood-pumping action, designed to generate standing ovations from the most red-blooded of American audiences. ... Read full review »