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Mov Ie Review On Seven

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Seven was directed by David Fincher, creator of Alien. When Seven was first released, it became an enormous box-office hit because it finally did something most audiences had never seen for a long time. Seven dazzled us with spectacular visuals and engrossed us with a frightening story. It also sparked controversy over many of the graphic murders portrayed. Fincher creates interesting characters that we grow to like and then he spins the film around and makes us sick to our stomach.The movie begins with a young couple moving to New York to begin a new ...view middle of the document...

This murder is just the start of a consequent game of cat and mouse with an undetermined killer as the mouse. As they get closer to solving the case and catching the killer, the "preacher's" message begins to appear directly more towards Mills and Somerset. Freeman discovers that the murderer is leading them through a series of death, and clues, based upon the Seven Deadly Sins of Gluttony, Sloth, Greed, Pride, Envy, Lust, and Wrath.This movie is worthy of having a five star rating for its creepy visuals and grotesque murders. Seven is an engrossing tale that will have enough chills and thrills for action fans and huge helpings of brain-stretching story for thinkers. Brad Pitt gives a stunning and inspired performance. Freeman, on the other hand, steals the film as the veteran detective. His poetic dialogue is given an added touch by Freeman's almost repetitive tone which fits the style of Seven. Pitt's talkative character gives Freeman the perfect opposite to work with. I would recommend this movie to viewers because it's an interesting and horrific and yet gruesome movie. Seven has been the best film I've seen. Even though Seven is rated R, it is one of the best movies ever made and will be remember for a long time to come.

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