Marshal Chris Adams turns down a friend's request to help stop the depredations of a gang of Mexican bandits. When his wife is killed by bank robbers and his friend is killed capturing the ...
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Marshal Chris Adams turns down a friend's request to help stop the depredations of a gang of Mexican bandits. When his wife is killed by bank robbers and his friend is killed capturing the last thief, Chris feels obligated to take up his friend's cause and recruits a writer and five prisoners to destroy the desperadoes. Written by
The last in the original series of four "Magnificent Seven" movies. See more »
When Chris and Noah go after Shelly, Chris goes back and forth between wearing a coat and not wearing a coat, and Noah goes back and forth between wearing a vest and not wearing a vest. See more »
Marshall Chris Adams:
[Leaving the Cantina with Laurie after personally making Skinner the town sheriff]
I won't be coming this way again. The sheriff's an old enemy of mine.
Oh, if you behave yourself you won't get in any trouble.
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The fourth and final film in the series has Mexican bandits doing more harm so Marshall Chris Adams (Lee Van Cleef) finally agrees to go after them as well as trying to serve some of his own personal justice. Along with the help of six other criminals, Adams sets out to protect the people and get his job done at all costs. THE MAGNIFICENT SEVEN RIDES! doesn't really feel like any of the three previous films and in fact I'd say it comes off more like a rip-off of THE DIRTY DOZEN than anything else. The film starts off pretty good but I think it quickly falls apart once our center story takes front stage. The first portion of the film deals with a lot of morality as the Marshall has a man behind bars but Adams' girlfriend and the guilty man's mother talk him into giving the kid a second chance. This turns out to be the wrong move and I thought this portion of the film contained some nice drama and a story that really dragged you in. Once the "magnificent seven" stuff started it just seemed like we've been here and done that way too often before. I will say that the film at least offers up some pretty good action scenes, although the majority of them are just gunfights. None of them are overly memorable or ground-breaking but they're all entertaining enough. Lee Van Cleef is always dependable and he makes for a good lead here. The rest of the supporting cast, including a young Gary Busey, are good but they still lack something when compared to previous films. THE MAGNIFICENT SEVEN RIDE! closed out the series on a weak note but Western fans might want to check it out.
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