Se7en (1995) Full Movie

Se7en
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Se7en (1995) : Two homicide detectives are on a desperate hunt for a serial killer whose crimes are based on the "seven deadly sins" in this dark and haunting film that takes viewers from the tortured remains of one victim to the next. The seasoned Det. Sommerset researches each sin in an effort to get inside the killer's mind, while his novice partner, Mills, scoffs at his efforts to unravel the case.

Title Se7en (1995)
Release Date Sep 22, 1995
Genres , ,
Production Company New Line Cinema, Juno Pix, Cecchi Gori Pictures
Production Countries United States of America
Casts Brad Pitt, Morgan Freeman, Gwyneth Paltrow, Kevin Spacey, R. Lee Ermey, John C. McGinley, Julie Araskog, Mark Boone Junior, John Cassini, Reg E. Cathey, Peter Crombie
Plot Keywords self-fulfilling prophecy, detective, s.w.a.t., drug dealer, evisceration, lust and impulsiveness, rage and hate, pride and vanity, immoderateness, insomnia, investigation, pension, police, serial killer, neo-noir
Detective David Mills
Detective David Mills
Brad Pitt
Detective Lt. William Somerset
Detective Lt. William Somerset
Morgan Freeman
Tracy Mills
Tracy Mills
Gwyneth Paltrow
John Doe
John Doe
Kevin Spacey
Police Captain
Police Captain
R. Lee Ermey
California
California
John C. McGinley
Mrs. Gould
Mrs. Gould
Julie Araskog
Greasy F.B.I. Man
Greasy F.B.I. Man
Mark Boone Junior
Officer Davis
Officer Davis
John Cassini
Dr. Santiago
Dr. Santiago
Reg E. Cathey
Dr. O'Neill
Dr. O'Neill
Peter Crombie
Dist. Atty. Martin Talbot
Dist. Atty. Martin Talbot
Richard Roundtree
Mark Swarr
Mark Swarr
Richard Schiff
George, Library Night Guard
George, Library Night Guard
Hawthorne James
Man in Booth at Massage Parlor
Man in Booth at Massage Parlor
Michael Massee
Crazed Man in Massage Parlor
Crazed Man in Massage Parlor
Leland Orser
Dr. Beardsley
Dr. Beardsley
Richard Portnow
Detective Taylor
Detective Taylor
Daniel Zacapa
Fingerprint Technician
Fingerprint Technician
Alfonso Freeman
911 Operator
911 Operator
Harris Savides
Dead Man
Dead Man
Andrew Kevin Walker
Delivery Man
Delivery Man
Richmond Arquette
Thin Vagrant
Thin Vagrant
Pamala Tyson
Detective Sara
Detective Sara
Emily Wagner
Woman Cop Behind Desk
Woman Cop Behind Desk
Shannon Wilcox
Workman at Door of Somerset's Office
Workman at Door of Somerset's Office
George Christy
Cab Driver
Cab Driver
Endre Hules
First Guard at the Library
First Guard at the Library
William Davidson
Second Guard at the Library
Second Guard at the Library
Bob Collins
TV News Reporter
TV News Reporter
Dominique Jennings
First Forensic Man in the Law Office
First Forensic Man in the Law Office
Allan Kolman
Eli Gould - Greed Victim
Eli Gould - Greed Victim
Gene Borkan
Fingerprint Forensic Man in Law Office
Fingerprint Forensic Man in Law Office
Mario Di Donato
Cop on SWAT Team
Cop on SWAT Team
Harrison White
Cop on SWAT Team
Cop on SWAT Team
Bob Stephenson
Victor - Sloth Victim
Victor - Sloth Victim
Michael Reid MacKay
Policeman Who Takes Statement from Vagrant
Policeman Who Takes Statement from Vagrant
Lennie Loftin
Wild Bill
Wild Bill
Martin Serene
First Cop at Massage Parlor
First Cop at Massage Parlor
David Correia
Sweating Cop at Massage Parlor
Sweating Cop at Massage Parlor
Lexie Bigham
Paramedic at Massage Parlor
Paramedic at Massage Parlor
Evan Mirand
Paramedic at Massage Parlor
Paramedic at Massage Parlor
Paul Eckstein
Additional 911 Operator
Additional 911 Operator
Rachel Flanagan
Pride Victim
Pride Victim
Heidi Schanz
Duty Sergeant
Duty Sergeant
Brian Evers
Helicopter Pilot
Helicopter Pilot
James Deeth
SWAT Helicopter Pilot
SWAT Helicopter Pilot
Charles A. Tamburro
Cop (uncredited)
Cop (uncredited)
Charles S. Dutton
Man in Library (uncredited)
Man in Library (uncredited)
Arthur Max

Reviews

  • John Chard

    He's experienced about as much pain and suffering as anyone I've encountered, give or take, and he still has Hell to look forward to. "Warning: Spoilers" Seven is directed by David Fincher and written by Andrew Kevin Walker. It stars Morgan Freeman, Brad Pitt, Gwyneth Paltrow, Kevin Spacey and R. Lee Ermey. Music is scored by Howard Shore and cinematography by Darius Khondji. An unnamed US city and two cops are on the trail of a serial killer who kills his victims according to which one of the seven deadly sins they have committed. Having been stung by the studio interference and negative fall out regarding his directorial debut feature film, Alien 3, David Fincher waited three years before committing to a project that he had control over. The result was Seven, a dark masterpiece of unremitting creeping dread that showcased the work of a clinically excellent director. Seven is not just a movie, it's an experience, an assault on the senses, a jolt to the brain, a trawl through the dark recess of some sick city where it always rains and the darkness holds many fears. This is no boorish slasher movie, it's psychological discord 101, we only see the aftermath of crimes, the discussions of which forces us to delve deep into our own imagination to fill in the blanks, forcing us to go where we don't want to go, you sense the director is somewhere gleefully pulling our strings. "But that's the point. We see a deadly sin on every street corner, in every home, and we tolerate it. We tolerate it because it's common, it's trivial. We tolerate it morning, noon, and night. Well, not anymore. I'm setting the example. What I've done is going to be puzzled over and studied and followed... forever" Seven is very much an ultimate horror film, really is there anything more scary than a serial killer who is smarter than the cops chasing him? Not only that but they are, oblivious as they be, part of the master plan. This killer is not only unstoppable in perpetrating his violent crimes, he is, as Freeman's weary retirement bound Detective Somerset says, methodical and patient. It's going to end bad, the cops know it and so do we, and that's when Fincher and Walker stick their hands into our guts and pull out the last semblance of solids to deliver one of the greatest endings of modern cinema. An ending fit to grace any noir, neo-noir or smart ass psychological horror movie from across the ages. With each viewing of Seven there's the repeating wave of bleak emotions that come as the reversed end credits roll, desolation and disbelief, sadness and shock, our trip through earthly hell is over, but only in the psychical sense! Faultless cast performances, no doubt eked out by what we now know is a task-master director, photography that brilliantly brings to "light" the melancholic sheen of a decaying society and a Howard Shore score that crawls out of the speakers and cloaks your body like some evil Incubus or Succubus. Seven, a masterpiece of unease and evil wrung out by a master director. 10/10