Couldn't find this movie at the local Redbox, wasn't on Netflix. not on Suddenlink's on demand. So we went to Wal Mart. Found it for sale cheaper then it would have been to rent and view just one time. Then after purchasing, to my surprise Wal Mart took another dollar off to match the price. It was available at the store that same afternoon. No line to wait, no transaction to make. It was all taken care of at Walmart.com
King is dreamily free-associating, which doesn't mean he's plumbing his unconscious in search of new nightmare archetypes; it means he's recycling bits of old horror and sci-fi flicks and even setups from his own novels.
this is one of my favarites.It was good the first time I watched it and each time I watched it again it got better.I really likd the acting too.morgan freeman,tomas jane, timothy olyphant,and jason lee were all perfect for there parts.5 stars!!!!
Defenetally my favorite horror movie(and not just cause it was my first S.K. experence after Cat's Eye).This movie to me was sweet(my version of my mom's halmark movies I guess),and was funny despite all the blood.I love this movie and because of it now love and know all the words to Blue Bayou. And I also loved Morgan Freeman in it for me almost every sene with him in it was totally LOL!!
Seven (Se7en) is the best psychological thriller since The Silence of the Lambs. It follows two detectives, Somerset (Morgan Freeman) and Mills (Brad Pitt), as they track down \"John Doe\" (Kevin Spacey), a serial killer that is inspired by the seven deadly sins.\n\nThe cinematography in the film is at the same time bleak and beautiful and it sets the mood and atmosphere of the film perfectly. The city (it's never mentioned by name) and the way it is shot, becomes a character onto itself.\n\n\"John Doe\" is one of the most chilling movie villains of all time. The conversation he has with detective Mills at the end of the film is great. I really love the character of detective Somerset. I liken him to a wise master trying to teach a head-strong, brash apprentice (Mills).\n\nIf you've never seen this movie before, don't let anyone tell you about the ending! It is intense!\n\nI personally think Seven is David Fincher's best work to date. I love Fight Club, but I think this one is a bit (by a hair) better.\n\nI would recommend buying this Platinum Edition (in widescreen, though) set over the standard one disc set. I think the deleted and extended scenes are worth it. The price here is great and a real bargin for what you get.\n\nI highly recommend this film!
My order has not shipped. It's been two weeks for a movie that I know Walmart had several copies of in the store. I ordered this product site to store to see how long it would take and to rate the in store employees on service. Site to store is a hassle. Unless it is an online exclusive then you are held hostage for how ever many weeks it takes. I ordered a dresser once and it took three tries for Walmart.com to send it to the correct store. I ordered gym accessories as one order. The associate working the site to store counter did not want to help me. He kept acting like he had never heard of site to store and was trying to figure out how to ring it up. I explained to him all he has to do is scan the barcode on my phone. He insisted on hand keying in the thirty digit number and kept messing it up. I have now ordered this movie just to see how long it took something simple to arrive at my store. Two weeks and its still not here. Yay