Guns of the Magnificent Seven

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"The Magnificent Seven are back ...and they don't aim to please."
  • G
  • 1969
  • 1 hr 45 min
  • 5.7  (3,155)

Guns of the Magnificent Seven is a 1969 Western film, directed by Paul Wendkos and a sequel to the classic film The Magnificent Seven. The film takes place during the Mexican Revolution, where a wealthy landowner named Francisco Lorca (played by Fernando Rey) hires a group of American gunslingers to rescue his imprisoned grandson from the hands of a ruthless bandit named Jesus Raza (played by Robert Carlos). The film stars George Kennedy, James Whitmore, and Monte Markham as three of the seven hired gunslingers.

The story begins as Chris Adams, the leader of the original Magnificent Seven, is buried in a small Mexican town. Shortly after, one of Chris's former partners, Levi Morgan (played by Monte Markham), arrives in town intending to rob the local bank. However, he is stopped by the town's sheriff, and during their confrontation, Morgan learns of Francisco Lorca's plight. Lorca's grandson has been taken captive by Raza, and the Mexican Army is unable to help due to political reasons.

Morgan decides to go to a nearby prison, where he convinces several convicts to join him in rescuing Lorca's grandson. Together, with the help of several other gunslingers recruited along the way, they set out on a dangerous mission to infiltrate Raza's stronghold and rescue the boy.

The group consists of seven members, including Levi Morgan, Frank, Chris's younger brother Vin Tanner (played by Steve McQueen's real-life son Chad McQueen), and Chris's friend Harry Luck (James Coburn's brother, Beau Bridges). They all have their unique strengths and personalities, and the film does a great job of developing their characters and relationships throughout the story.

The second half of the film is filled with action as the group makes their way to Raza's stronghold. Along the way, they encounter various obstacles, including a treacherous river, deadly booby traps, and a fierce army of Raza's men. The final showdown between the group and Raza's army is an intense and thrilling battle that brings the story to a satisfying conclusion.

While Guns of the Magnificent Seven is not as well-known as the original, it is still a worthy successor to the classic Western. The film boasts a talented cast, excellent cinematography, and an engaging story that will keep viewers on the edge of their seats. The characters are likable, and their motivations are clear, making it easy for audiences to root for them.

Overall, Guns of the Magnificent Seven is a solid Western film that is worth watching for fans of the genre. While it may not be as iconic as its predecessor, it stands on its own as an entertaining and well-made movie.

Guns of the Magnificent Seven is a 1969 western with a runtime of 1 hour and 45 minutes. It has received moderate reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 5.7.

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    5.7  (3,155)