GREEN CINE Already a member? login
 Your cart
Advanced Search
- Genres
+ Action
+ Adult
+ Adventure
+ Animation
+ Anime
+ Classics
+ Comedies
+ Comic Books
+ Crime
  Criterion Collection
+ Cult
+ Documentary
+ Drama
+ Erotica
+ Espionage
+ Fantasy
+ Film Noir
+ Foreign
+ Gay & Lesbian
  HD (High Def)
+ Horror
+ Independent
+ Kids
+ Martial Arts
+ Music
+ Musicals
+ Quest
+ Science Fiction
+ Silent
+ Sports
+ Suspense/Thriller
  Sword & Sandal
+ Television
+ War
+ Westerns

Seven back to product details

Not for the squeamish
written by johnnyclock July 4, 2006 - 2:46 AM PDT
In fact, not even for the not-squeamish. This is a well-done but disturbing movie, and not just graphically. If you liked Silence of the Lambs then you may like this.

written by talltale March 27, 2006 - 8:11 PM PST
2 out of 2 members found this review helpful
A friend of mine nailed this film with just two words: autopsy porn. Perhaps worth a look to see early Kevin Spacey.

forgot it was so good
written by thomasadam September 1, 2004 - 12:43 PM PDT
0 out of 4 members found this review helpful
I saw this film when it came out and it was really scary.
I just saw it again and it is a fine, dark social commentary. So much of the film borders on surrealism. This is a VERY pessimistic movie, with a very strange detached attitude towards the average person. I guess I could write a lot about it, but I feel lazy. This movie is a lot more arty than I remember.

The 2 commentary trax
written by mrfrosting January 28, 2003 - 3:38 PM PST
7 out of 7 members found this review helpful
The main movie disc has two commentary trax. The first has Brad Pitt, Director David Fincher and Morgan Freeman giving commentary. The funny thing is that this commentary track was taped at two separate sessions: Pitt and Fincher were together and then Freeman's commentary was spliced in. And Freeman (by the way, I think he's a fantastic actor) gives the worst commentary I've ever heard. About 90% of his jibber-jabber is stuff like "what it's like to be an actor" and "here's my technique." My favorite is when he goes off on a tangent about acting in the PBS show "The Electric Company." So this commentary track is really worthless unless you love being preached at and you only want to hear about non-"Seven" related topics. The second commentary track -- though a little stodgy -- is with a professor of film, Seven's writer, editor and a big-wig at the film company. This is a great track if you like the movie and want to learn about some of the film's intricacies and about the wrangling that the director and cast had to do to keep the finished ending. I recommend the second track for fans of the film.


(Average 7.11)
1988 Votes
add to list New List
related lists

about greencine · donations · refer a friend · support · help · genres
contact us · press room · privacy policy · terms · sitemap · affiliates · advertise

Copyright © 2005 GreenCine LLC. All rights reserved.
© 2006 All Media Guide, LLC. Portions of content provided by All Movie Guide®, a trademark of All Media Guide, LLC.