Seven (1995) Movie Review

Seven (1995)

1995 | R | Thriller, Drama, Mystery, Crime
127 minutes /

User Score: 78/100


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Seven Review

Synopsis:

Two detectives, a rookie and a veteran, hunt a serial killer who uses the seven deadly sins as his modus operandi.

The movie Seven has to be one of those great deep and intriguing movies that come out ever so often. Starring two great actors, Brad Pitt and Morgan Freeman are two detectives on a very peculiar crime case. Some psycho is out there killing folks who are committing the seven deadly sins. For instance, a person who weighted about three hundred pounds is forced to eat until his stomach literally explodes therefore spilling his stomach acids all over his other vital organs. Killings are committed until Brad Pitts’ character has a moral dilemma. His wife girlfriend/fiance is killed out of the sin of lust. Face to face with the killer, does he kill the murderer out of revenge or not. Seven is a truly intriguing movie with a lot of great implications of the seven deadly sins. Performances are captivating and you find yourself at the end of the movie completely gripped by the main characters moral dilemma.


About Seven (1995)

Title: Seven
Original Title: Seven, Seven, Seven, The Seven Deadly Sins
AKA: Se7en
Year: 1995
Runtime: 127 minutes
Type: Movie
Genre: Thriller, Drama, Mystery, Crime
Reviewer:
Score: 4 / 5 stars
Published:
Avg. Rating: 3.85/5 stars from 9 users.
Total Avg. Votes: 9
MPAA Rating: R
Starring: Morgan Freeman, Charles S. Dutton, Mark Boone Junior, Michael Massee, Michael Reid MacKay, R. Lee Ermey, Brad Pitt, Leland Orser, Gwyneth Paltrow, Richmond Arquette, John C. McGinley, Richard Schiff, Kevin Spacey, Bob Stephenson, George Christy, Endre Hules, Charles A. Tamburro, Gene Borkan, Richard Roundtree, Julie Araskog, John Cassini, Heidi Schanz, Shannon Wilcox, Reg E. Cathey, Peter Crombie, Evan Mirand, James Deeth, Brian Evers, Charline Su, Emily Wagner
Writers: Andrew Kevin Walker
Director: David Fincher

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