Se7en

Se7en

DVD - 2004
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A psychological thriller about two detectives on the trail of a serial killer who chooses his victims according to the seven deadly sins.

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List - Gone Girl
ArapahoeIrinaB Oct 19, 2019

There are only a few days left until detective Somerset's retirement when he and his partner get the case of a serial killer who calls each of his crimes by one of the seven deadly sins.

A twisted serial killer lured movie goers to the tune of $100 million dollars in domestic sales in this 1995 thriller/horror film.

List - #TBT to Seven
ArapahoeKati Aug 23, 2017

A serial killer uses the seven deadly sins as his motivation to kill. Do you know the seven deadly sins?


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chlomyster1
Nov 04, 2019

Right up there with Zodiac another David Fincher movie. Loved the whole movie. As for the ending, well I didn't see that one coming. "What's in the box?" You'll have to wait until the end to find out.

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kaytatmain
May 13, 2019

A grand casting job here. What a sad ending, yet a strong story so true.

JCLMattC May 07, 2019

I saw this in college and adored it. It was worse on my second viewing, worse still upon my third viewing and so on. I don't know where this film's appeal went but it has slowly deteriorated into a dirty, spiteful mess which I look upon with mounting concern for the future.

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lenedwin
Apr 18, 2019

The theme of the film is ugly the language is ugly the photography is ugly. How the makers thought this would be entertaining or how anyone watching it would be entertained, is beyond me. I watched about a quarter of it and decided not to pollute my mind further.

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CaptainHecto
Mar 23, 2019

Even Morgan Freeman cannot save this terrible film, and Brad Pitt is beyond awful. I gave up halfway. Of no value whatsoever.

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MrsNikki
Mar 01, 2019

💖 great movie

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jimg2000
Jun 05, 2018

Roger-Ebert’s review labeled Al Pacino’s 2018 Hangman was a cheapo Seven knock-off. Instead of spoiled by having watched the film before, appreciated the pairing of the salty set-to-retire detective (Freeman) and the idealistic young partner (Pitt.) Like to add that the monster John Doe portrayed by Kevin Spacey is honored by many critics as one of the most hated villains in cinema.

CarlitoQuinones Mar 22, 2018

Sick, twisted, dark, story driven and atmospheric. Brad Pitt broke his hand during filming and they wrote it into the plot.

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reginator_22
Jan 24, 2018

Outstanding movie. Edge of your seat thriller!

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TEENREVIEWBOARD
Aug 28, 2017

A newbie and an old dog must find a killer, targeting people in each of the 7 sins categories, leading to a tragic ending. This 1998 thriller had a clever way to complete the mission but not without a cliche ending. I liked the cast, and I am familiar with the director, the story was dark and the screenplay wasn't boring so I found the film thoroughly enjoyable.
- @Florence of the Teen Review Board of the Hamilton Public Library

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jimg2000
Jun 05, 2018

Thanks to the contributors, extensive quotes in IMDb including all of John Doe's and most of my personal keepers:

https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0114369/quotes/?tab=qt&ref_=tt_trv_qu

This however is not in IMDb but no more about library cards these days but Face Book or Google search history and email trails:

For years, the FBI's been hooked into the library system, keeping records.
- Assessing fines?
No, monitoring reading habits. Look. Certain books are flagged. Books on, say, nuclear weapons... "Mein Kampf". Anyone who checks out a flagged book has his library records fed to the FBI.
-Wait. How is this legal?
Legal. Illegal. These terms don't apply. You can't use the information directly. It's just a useful guide. It might sound silly, but you can't get a library card without an ID... and a current phone bill. See?

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reginator_22
Jan 24, 2018

William Somerset: Ernest Hemingway once wrote, "The world is a fine place and worth fighting for." I agree with the second part.

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epotter8811 Mar 28, 2013

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