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'The Magnificent Seven' 2016 Movie Review: Remake Doesn't Reinvent The Western Nor Diversity

The Magnificent Seven movie review

All I remember of the 1960 version of THE MAGNIFICENT SEVEN was that it was heavy on the testosterone and it featured a great cast featuring many Latinos. The remake with Antoine Fuqua lives up to testosterone-heavy action and the cast is phenomenal. What's bothersome of the updated version is that the original American film's setting is a Mexican village, but for the update, the town is white-washed. The consolation prize is that there is one Mexican among the Magnificent Seven. At least no white actor went brown-faced to play a Mexican like Eli Wallach did in the John Sturges movie.  Times are a changing but not by much. 

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Review: ‘The Exorcist’ Sequel Series Is Plagued By The Demons Of Network Television

The Exorcist FOX show Ben Daniels 

“What a wonderful day for an exorcism.”

… if only it were a wonderful day for the newest horror series possessing our DVRs.

Hesitation over Fox’s "The Exorcist" has run rampant among horror fans since the network ordered a pilot back in January. And even the casting of Oscar-winner Geena Davis couldn’t prevent speculation that a for-network-television adaption of William Peter Blatty’s novel of the same name wouldn’t be able to scare audiences anywhere near the vomit-inducing 1973 film, also of the same name.

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