Saturday, March 23, 2019

Akira Kurosawas The Seven Samurai and John Sturges The Magnificent Se

Akira Kurosawas The sevener Samurai and John Sturges The princely sevensome The 1954 movie The Seven Samurai, directed by Akira Kurosawa, and its 1960 remake The Magnificent Seven, directed by John Sturges have umteen an(prenominal) similarities for example, the plot of both movies entails farmers hiring mercenaries to help fend off bandits that annually strip their farms. The two movies also have differences like the characterization of the bandits in The Magnificent Seven as opposed to The Seven Samurai.One of the of import similarities amidst the Seven Samurai and Magnificent Seven is the plot. In both movies bandits annually pelf a small village and the farmers are left with barely plenty food to survive. In the Magnificent Seven Calvera and his men actually sack in the town and talk to the farmers, however, in Seven Samurai the bandits ride by and are overheard by a farmer about coming covering when the barley is ripe. The farmers then have a meeting and decide to t ake up mercenaries, in Seven Samurai the farmers use rice and in Magnificent Seven the farmers offer $20. In both movies the farmers are turned down many times before they find the first mercenary(a), and how they find the first mercenary is similar in the sense of the courage they show.In the Seven Samurai the main character Kanbei disguises himself as a monk and saves a child interpreted hostage. Magnificent Seven shows the main character Chris and his new found partner Vin in a violent confrontation with thugs who are trying...

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