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Almost none of the animated movies or specials fit perfectly in the storyline. A lot of them are in many ways contrary with the series. It isn't necessary to watch them in order to understand the main story. Although, if you still want to see everything I think this list represents the best order to watch them.
This list will include the original Japanese version of the series, as well as the English (dubbed) version. Choose the one you prefer.
Dragon Ball AF is FAKE, AF stands for April's Fool.
This will be updated regularly.
This list will be updated regularly.
The Magnificent Seven (2016)
Antoine Fuqua does nothing new, but nevertheless does it great
I was pretty excited for this film. Seven Samurai was a very good film, but The Magnificent Seven (1960) just didn't have an impact on me. Therefore I was hoping this one would deliver, AND IT DOES.
It's a good time for Chris Pratt fans, but more important: fans who were waiting for a reunion of Training Day's Fuqua, Washington and Hawke. Great names accompanied by more great names: Byung-hun Lee, Peter Sarsgaard and Vincent D'Onofrio. But enough about the cast, let's talk about the movie.
This film is an action roller-coaster that never bored me for a single moment. The set pieces and costumes are authentic. The characters are great. The cinematography is beautiful and the action scenes are epic and impressive. Although it is important to mention that these scenes are filmed in a more contemporary way. Don't worry, the rest feels just like a good old western.
If you're expecting a deep and thoughtful film, The Magnificent Seven might not be it for you. It's a simple film with a simple plot which doesn't take itself to serious. Just 2 hours of (decent) popcorn entertainment.