In sun-drenched Hawaii, a dynamic criminal organisation run by seven ruthless professional kingpins intends to liquidate its political leaders, and when they fulfil their plans, take over the 50th State and pillage the land. Although this may be true, the government will soon retaliate by summoning the unconventional special agent Drew Sevano, who, in turn, assembles an invincible and well-equipped army of six other deadly agents; all assigned will their target of choice. But things are looking bleak and the mandatory half-hour time frame for the completion of the operation is already tight. Will Sevano's Seven succeed? Written by
Despite being the second Andy Sidaris-directed feature, some of the film's plot were reused in the later 1985-98 "Girls With Guns" film series. As of 2016, the film has not been released on DVD or Blu-Ray Disc. See more »
All of the opening and closing credits are achieved through a printer slowly printing out the credits and then spooling them upwards into the top of frame - revealing the credits. After printing a credit. A cut is used to move onto the next credit. See more »
You can always count on his movies for a little action, a little intrigue and...say it with me...a little skin.
Flicks like "Seven", for example. This one features a covert team led by William "Big Bill" Smith who is out to kill off the baddies threatening the peace-loving government of Hawaii. Of course, there's always plenty of time to show some dynamic women in all their glory along with the maiming and killing.
But if your movie diet consists of films of this ilk, you could do a lot worse than "Seven". In fact, a lot worse.
TIDBIT - This movie features the famous gag seen a couple of years later in "Raiders of the Lost Ark", where a guy is beset by a swordsman and simply draws a gun and shoots the blade-wielding baddie dead. Not bad.
Seven stars. Who woulda guessed?
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