Starring: Denzel Washington, Chris Pratt, Ethan Hawke, Byung-hun Lee, Vincent D'Onofrio, Peter SarsgaardPlot: Seven heroes try to save a small town from a rich land owner who is trying to gut them dry.Review: A remake of the 1960's movie of the same name, which was in its own right a remake of a 1954 Kurosawa film called "The Seven Samurai", this movie doesn't really do much of anything to surprise anyone in any way, shape or form. It's a very basic storyline that Antoine Fuqua didn't even do anything to put a modern twist on it, which was in itself a breath of fresh air. I understand that a lot of people don't like western style movies anymore and I firmly believe it's because they're made about a simpler time. Just late enough into the world where there weren't too too many diseases, but not so far that crazy things have happened yet. It's a horse drawn carriage movie where they discuss that it takes ten days time to travel somewhere. It also wasn't "moderned up" with music that has no place in it. Kanye West didn't have a song in it, nor did some ridiculous Nu metal band like five finger death punch. It was a time piece that was made for a specific type of movie goer: me.I loved all the acting. Even Pratt, who I still feel hasn't quite been able to prove himself to me as far as acting goes as he always plays kind of the same character a lot, the smarmy jackass who's kinda hot, but a basic dude. Denzel Washington is an amazing actor who has worked with Fuqua before, D'Onofrio is fantastic, Ethan Hawke has worked with both Washington and Fuqua before so the movie seemed to have a very nice lived in feeling to it.It was filmed really beautifully, the colours were great and the scenery was immaculate.I guess it's slightly difficult to write a review about this movie as it's been done and seen so many times by so many people, but I just really liked this movie a whole heck of a lot. Made me not think about the now, made me want to buy a cowboy hat and brought me back to enjoying westerns. I'm going to go home and watch Tombstone because Val Kilmer is absolutely my huckleberry.