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A classic and masterpiece in its own right, The Seventh Seal is a profound examination from Ingmar Bergman about a quest we all can relate to. A challenge that not all will like to take, but for those willing to, it will be rewarding all its 96 minutes.
Taken meets Sicario, or Man on fire. Although nothing we haven't seen before, Mel Gibson delivers a totally bad ass character that proves enough to leave aside it's substantial flaws.
An honest examination of human relationships, with strong direction and believable performances; but the very story itself is uneasy, and something doesn't feels right as it goes on.
Filled with deep messages about strength, search for meaning in life and how complex and unbreakable the human spirit can be, this historic drama delivers an interesting look on America's history; bringing social and cultural commentary along. Nevertheless, thank God its length doesn't goes beyond 80 minutes, otherwise it would be extremely boring.
A deeply emotional packed drama that brings fine performances and determined direction, but falls flat, and end up being boring because of many subplots and a narrative/structure problem.