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Wild Seven (2006)

R | | Crime, Drama | 26 June 2006 (USA)
In this darkly karmic vision of Arizona, a man who breathes nothing but ill will begins a noxious domino effect as quickly as an uncontrollable virus kills. As he exits Arizona State Penn ... See full summary »



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Lee Marvin - Cleetus Woods
Mackey Willis
Buckley (as James Hausler)
Conner (as Christopher Clark)
Zev Stern ...
Michael Mandell ...
William Wiyugal ...
The Texican (as William 'Dub' Wiygul)
Aldred Montoya ...
Cyrus Woods (as Larry 'Tank' Jones)
Sean Galdo ...
Stanley Feruza
Matthew H. Sykes ...
Bitch-Slapped-Bank-Guy (as Matthew Hillel Sykes)


In this darkly karmic vision of Arizona, a man who breathes nothing but ill will begins a noxious domino effect as quickly as an uncontrollable virus kills. As he exits Arizona State Penn after twenty-one long years, Wilson has only one thing on the brain, leveling the score with career criminal, Mackey Willis. As eccentric and intuitive as he is vicious, Mackey's own perfected criminal game will play right into the path Wilson has set for him. With the help of a prison bus driver, Lee Marvin, Wilson acts as a catalyst, putting a plan into action that will bring an untimely end to Mackey Willis. The problem is, no plan is perfect. Meanwhile, an aimless bunch of Arizona twenty-nothings are cooking up a heist that will lead them to the same bank, with different intentions. Skilled at nothing beyond drinking, doing drugs and attending strip clubs, their plan is destined for immediate failure. Heavily armed, without a single identifiable clue, these boys are as blind as they are impulsive... Written by Martian

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Crime | Drama

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for pervasive language, violence, some drug and sexual content


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Release Date:

26 June 2006 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Дикая 7  »


Box Office


$1,000,000 (estimated)
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Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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The Director's cut of the film is 25 minutes longer and is told in "story" format. See more »


References Army of Darkness (1992) See more »


Written by Danny Amis
Published by Daddy-O Grande Publishing (BMI)
Administered by Bug Music
Performed by Los Straitjackets
Courtesy of Rounder Records
By Arrangement with Ocean Park Music Group
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Did We See The Same Film?
3 July 2006 | by See all my reviews

After reading these other horrendous reviews of the film, I decided to would post one. Has everyone forgotten that films are to be enjoyed? I must say that I had a great time with this film upon viewing it on Saturday. I expected little from it, because it received almost no press and no one was even talking about it. Back in the day of true "indie" fans, that would be something that would be appealing as the studio system has cluttered our definition of independent.

The first thing I will tackle is the music in the film. Other than the opening two guitar songs, the score was very sound. I felt it helped to tie things together quite nicely.

The second is the pace of the film, which is somewhat inconsistent, but it appeared to be intentional. Certain scenes would move fast, whereas other scenes would slow down and appropriately so, in my opinion.

The third is the acting in the film. I found that Richard Roundtree gave the best of the performances in the film, though his counterparts(Forster and Loggia) were very much up to par. The younger group in the film was a pretty good group of guys and after looking them up, it appears this is the first or second effort for most of them. They provided most of the comedy in the film which I think was misadvertised as a bank heist genre flick.

And finally, the plot of the film was intriguing and had an element of mystery. I am the type the enjoys mixing imagination with movie experience and applaud attempts at use of that effect.

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