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Sun, 18 Apr 2010

Film review: Seven Swords

Seven Swords, dir Tsui Hark

Another "homage" (mis-pronounced, no doubt, "omarj" in an attempt to sound all French and edumacated) to Seven Samurai, this is just as bad as the original. It was originally supposed to be 240 minutes long, but was cut to just 150, which may go part way to explain some of the jarring jumps and gaping plot-holes. These would make it an even worse film than Seven Samurai, if it wasn't for the fact that at least it's fairly well shot. There's also some ridiculous martial arts action, which always helps. The dude with the killer umbrella raises this up to getting three stars, just about.

Posted at 00:28 by David Cantrell
keywords: culture | film
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are you going to watch battle beyond the stars as well? http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0080421/

Posted by bob on Sun, 18 Apr 2010 at 00:39:26


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