History Heartwarming / TheMagnificentSeven

15th Feb '16 10:11:20 AM Boggs
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* The whole final act of the film is this incarnate. Look at what's happening from the farmers' perspective. They hired some cold-blooded killers to protect them from a bunch of other cold-blooded killers, and, despite how kindly the seven treat them, later sell them out out of very human fear and doubt. Said cold-blooded killers then ''come back'' and save them all anyways, simply because the seven of them, despite their own flaws, the lack of a worthwhile reward, and having every reason to abandon the village to their fate just out of spite, '''[[WhatYouAreInTheDark choose]]''' to be the heroes of the story.

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* The whole final act of the film is this incarnate. Look at what's happening from the farmers' perspective. They hired some cold-blooded killers to protect them from a bunch of other cold-blooded killers, and, despite how kindly the seven treat them, and later sell them out out of very human fear and doubt. Said cold-blooded killers then ''come back'' and save them all anyways, simply because the seven of them, despite their own flaws, the lack of a worthwhile reward, and having every reason to abandon the village to their fate just out of spite, '''[[WhatYouAreInTheDark choose]]''' to be the heroes of the story.
15th Feb '16 10:10:24 AM Boggs
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* The whole final act of the film is this incarnate. Look at what's happening from the farmers' perspective. They hired some cold-blooded killers to protect them from a bunch of other cold-blooded killers, and later sell them out out of very human fear and doubt. Said cold-blooded killers then ''come back'' and save them all anyways, simply because the seven of them, despite their own flaws, the lack of a worthwhile reward, and having every reason to abandon the village to their fate just out of spite, '''[[WhatYouAreInTheDark choose]]''' to be the heroes of the story.

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* The whole final act of the film is this incarnate. Look at what's happening from the farmers' perspective. They hired some cold-blooded killers to protect them from a bunch of other cold-blooded killers, and and, despite how kindly the seven treat them, later sell them out out of very human fear and doubt. Said cold-blooded killers then ''come back'' and save them all anyways, simply because the seven of them, despite their own flaws, the lack of a worthwhile reward, and having every reason to abandon the village to their fate just out of spite, '''[[WhatYouAreInTheDark choose]]''' to be the heroes of the story.
15th Feb '16 10:06:04 AM Boggs
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* The whole final act of the film is this incarnate. Look at what's happening from the farmers' perspective. They hired some cold-blooded killers to protect them from a bunch of other cold-blooded killers, and later sell them out out of very human fear and doubt. Said cold-blooded killers then ''come back'' and save them all anyways, simply because the seven of them, in spite of all their flaws, '''[[WhatYouAreInTheDark chose]]''' to be the heroes of the story.

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* The whole final act of the film is this incarnate. Look at what's happening from the farmers' perspective. They hired some cold-blooded killers to protect them from a bunch of other cold-blooded killers, and later sell them out out of very human fear and doubt. Said cold-blooded killers then ''come back'' and save them all anyways, simply because the seven of them, in spite of all despite their own flaws, the lack of a worthwhile reward, and having every reason to abandon the village to their fate just out of spite, '''[[WhatYouAreInTheDark chose]]''' choose]]''' to be the heroes of the story.
15th Feb '16 10:03:20 AM Boggs
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* The whole final act of the film is this incarnate. Look at what's happening from the farmers' perspective. They hired some cold-blooded killers to protect them from a bunch of other cold-blooded killers, and later sell them out out of very human fear and doubt. Said cold-blooded killers then ''come back'' and save them all anyways, simply because the seven of them, in spite of their all flaws, '''[[WhatYouAreInTheDark chose]]''' to be the heroes of the story.

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* The whole final act of the film is this incarnate. Look at what's happening from the farmers' perspective. They hired some cold-blooded killers to protect them from a bunch of other cold-blooded killers, and later sell them out out of very human fear and doubt. Said cold-blooded killers then ''come back'' and save them all anyways, simply because the seven of them, in spite of all their all flaws, '''[[WhatYouAreInTheDark chose]]''' to be the heroes of the story.
15th Feb '16 9:58:46 AM Boggs
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* The whole final act of the film is this incarnate. Look at what's happening from the farmers' perspective. They hired some cold-blooded killers to protect them from a bunch of other cold-blooded killers, and later sell them out out of very human fear and doubt. Said cold-blooded killers then ''come back'' and save them all anyways, simply because the seven of them, in spite of their all flaws, '''[[WhatYouAreInTheDark chose]]''' to be the heroes of the story.
20th Oct '15 12:30:38 PM youfeelingluckypunk27
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* Chico is welcomed into the group much faster than his counterpart Kikuchiyo, albeit not as sooner as his other counterpart Katsushiro. When Chris spots Chico cooking fish by a fire, he invites him to come along with them. And after the BavarianFireDrill scene, Chris remarks, "Now we are seven".
22nd Aug '15 9:16:57 PM RushLimborg
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** And we'll never know if he believed it, or just appreciated the lie in his last moments.

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** And we'll never know if he believed it, or just appreciated the lie in his last moments.[[note]] Its ''sort of'' implied he knew there wasn't, but wanted to face death with a smile; "I'd hate to go out a sucker."[[/note]]
19th Aug '15 8:58:49 AM firejewel
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* Lee, believing himself as a man who'd lost his nerve. Stepping up to save a group of imprisoned villagers. Then watching with pride and admiration as they step up and help fight Calvera's men.
19th Aug '15 8:51:30 AM firejewel
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-->'''Harry:''' "Well, I'll be damned." *Breathes his last*
-->'''Chris:''' "Maybe you won't be."
** And we'll never know if he believed it, or just appreciated the lie in his last moments.

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-->'''Harry:''' "Well, Well, I'll be damned." damned. *Breathes his last*
-->'''Chris:''' "Maybe Maybe you won't be."
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** And we'll never know if he believed it, or just appreciated the lie in his last moments.moments.
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29th Jul '15 4:30:21 AM youfeelingluckypunk27
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** And we'll never know if he believed it, or just appreciated the lie in his last moments.
* Compared to [[ABugsLife his contemporary counterpart]], Calvera is a very respectable leader. The revelation that he steals to feed his many men actually makes you sympathise with his plight despite his cruel act afterwards of taking the village from under the Seven's noses.

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** And we'll never know if he believed it, or just appreciated the lie in his last moments.
* Compared to [[ABugsLife his contemporary counterpart]], Calvera is a very respectable leader. The revelation that he steals to feed his many men actually makes you sympathise with his plight despite his cruel act afterwards of taking the village from under the Seven's noses.
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