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In a mission in China in 1935, Agatha Andrews (Margaret Leighton) is a rigid missionary beset by Mongolian bandits led by Warlord chief Tunga Khan (Mike Mazurki). (imdb)

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7 Women belongs to 21 collections
1. They Shoot Pictures 1,000 Greatest Films (2008 revision) (public: moderated by Scottathon - 34 stars)
2. They Shoot Pictures 1,000 Greatest Films (2010 revision) (public: moderated by MMAlpha - 29 stars)
3. They Shoot Pictures 1,000 Greatest Films (2014 revision) (public: moderated by Jehan - 26 stars)
4. They Shoot Pictures 1,000 Greatest Films (2012 revision) (public: moderated by PeaceAnarchy - 23 stars)
5. They Shoot Pictures 1,000 Greatest Films (2013 revision) (public: moderated by rant1229 - 15 stars)
6. They Shoot Pictures 1,000 Greatest Films (2011 revision) (public: moderated by PeaceAnarchy - 13 stars)
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8. The Obscure, the Forgotten, and the Unloved (public: moderated by MMAlpha - 11 stars)
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Date User Score
Nov 29, 2017 Cocoa
50 26%
Nov 17, 2017 teaty666 teaty666
70 88%
Oct 01, 2017 Mr_Mxyzptlk Mr. Mxyzptlk
100 %
Aug 30, 2017 izwt936g
100 98%
Mar 20, 2017 thrillington
60 9%
Mar 10, 2017 RYM_byrates RYM-byrates
69 75%
Oct 22, 2016 jerrywarton
69 68%
Jul 19, 2016 GrimsChild GrimsChild
45 46%
Jul 04, 2016 Col_Needham
40 3%
Jun 30, 2016 bal3x bal3x
50 15%
Mar 02, 2016 FrancoZero FrancoZero
16 82%
Feb 03, 2016 rafaelbastos rafaelbastos
100 99%
Jan 09, 2016 innerscar
10 89%
Jan 07, 2016 MUBIvotes MUBIvotes
40 86%
Dec 26, 2015 Redfern
95 88%
Dec 15, 2015 robot2xl robot2xl
72 19%
Nov 27, 2015 coroner
70 56%
Nov 04, 2015 Niska Niska
43 77%
Nov 02, 2015 thirdeye42
67 22%
Sep 17, 2015 RavynLoony RavynLoony
58 53%
Sep 12, 2015 Sinemaestro Amadeus
66 24%
Jul 31, 2015 GRouleau
75 66%
Jul 23, 2015 masoo masoo
50 5%
One excellent performance (Anne Bancroft), and some truly astounding casting. The presence of ex-pro football players/rasslers Mike Mazurki and Woody Strode as Mongolian warlord Tunga Khan and his warrior second-in-command is either frightening in its casual racism (take a guy with a Hungarian background and team him with a black actor, let them play Mongols) or simply hilarious. It's especially sad to see Strode, one of the screen's most captivating actors, stuck in this movie.
Jun 19, 2015 gargantua gargantua
60 45%
May 18, 2015 zetes
90 73%
May 10, 2015 Sane
45 13%
Apr 21, 2015 peekingpanda peekingpanda
70 85%
Apr 20, 2015 cardsos01
60 69%
Jan 19, 2015 Hadzibegovic Hadzibegovic
20 2%
Dec 07, 2014 Allan_Kardec Allan Kardec
92 60%
Nov 02, 2014 theWizard_ii theWizard
10 96%
Aug 15, 2014 julibu
70 24%
Aug 03, 2014 jackinthebox jackinthebox
70 56%
Jun 07, 2014 maborosi maborosi
84 88%
Dec 01, 2013 funkybusnss funkybusnss
80 72%
Dec 01, 2013 joachimt joachimt
60 36%
Oct 20, 2013 fabiovisnadi fabiovisnadi
96 97%
Sep 22, 2013 glm01
68 33%
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Sep 16, 2013 Limdebois Limdebois
60 17%
Aug 07, 2013 Barkinson
65 73%
Aug 05, 2013 JM1138
63 38%
Jun 02, 2013 norvaljones norval_jones
72 43%
Mar 25, 2013 toro913
66 66%
Mar 04, 2013 JerryJ JerryJ
100 94%
Jan 12, 2013 debaser1985
77 84%
Nov 05, 2012 oskarhu oskarhu
78 61%
Sep 25, 2012 svenerik svenerik
80 56%
Anne Bancroft is stellar as always, turning in one of her most remarkable performances. The problem is the racist, half-dimensional portrayal of the natives, proving that Ford's worldview was far less sophisticated than Powell-Pressburger's in the similarly-themed (and flat-out stunning) "Black Narcissus", which somehow seems less dated despite the fact it was created 20 years earlier. Nevertheless, Bancroft carries this film with a swagger that is truly a wonder to behold. Dr. Cartwright is a c
Jul 29, 2012 B_Side B-Side
75 58%
Jul 10, 2012 jeffv jeff_v
56 16%
Jun 09, 2012 mightysparks mightysparks
45 23%
May 17, 2012 luismomm
85 70%
May 10, 2012 jethro
94 92%
Apr 27, 2012 Veterini Veterini
76 52%
Feb 13, 2012 forager23
98 96%
Feb 09, 2012 Jos Jos
62 14%
Jan 21, 2012 Magmadiver Magmadiver
64 23%
Jan 06, 2012 kastenm kastenm
75 70%
Nov 30, 2011 theyshoot11
73 45%
#549
Oct 23, 2011 avgcrtckr avgcrtckr
65 76%
Oct 20, 2011 SlantMag SlantMag
40 97%
"7 Women is, in actuality, a great film whose potboiler plot masks an incisive inquiry into the battle of the sexes." - Keith Uhlich
Oct 19, 2011 BaalMan
60 10%
Oct 10, 2011 Not_Yuman Not Yuman
100 97%
Oct 06, 2011 Dorkovsky Dorkovsky
5 61%
Sep 16, 2011 auhasarderik auhasarderik
7 59%
Aug 25, 2011 IL I.L.
70 53%
Jul 12, 2011 sdenka sdenka
68 26%
May 28, 2011 El_Cid El Cid
80 67%
May 26, 2011 Ivanhoe
77 37%
Apr 06, 2011 kangadoodoo kangadoodoo
50 30%
Mar 29, 2011 IMDb_byvotes IMDb-byvotes
67 39%
Mar 19, 2011 NRM01
72 88%
Jan 21, 2011 Warren Warren
84 70%
Dec 28, 2010 stack stack
7 69%
Dec 01, 2010 Madeline Madeline
100 91%
Oct 31, 2010 Carlospro Carlospro
90 97%
Oct 24, 2010 julianaesk julianaesk
95 98%
Oct 17, 2010 hereslucas lucbapt
97 94%
Oct 14, 2010 jodamico jodamico
87 97%
Aug 21, 2010 hitchmycock hitchmycock
85 36%
Aug 15, 2010 FitFortDanga MartinTeller
77 61%
John Ford's last film is one of his most thematically compelling, touching on issues of Christian hypocrisy, atheism, feminism and even a little bit of lesbianism. Ford keeps things interesting and always moving along smoothly. Bancroft is very good, and for the most part the rest of the cast holds their own. The most off-putting element was the blatantly stage-bound set. Other than that, however, not bad at all... and quite a surprise to see such unusually progressive attitudes from Ford.
Aug 08, 2010 Taliban Taliban
25 22%
Jul 23, 2010 PeaceAnarchy PeaceAnarchy
90 94%
Where's your god now, bitches? I didn't know Ford had something like this in him, a tightly paced scathing and bleak film without a worthwhile man in sight. Bancroft is great but that's not a slight against the others who all do well with their parts. I do have to wonder why the film isn't called 8 women though.
Jul 14, 2010 Scottathon Scottathon
77 62%
Jun 21, 2010 m4th3u5
90 75%
Feb 13, 2010 rudolf55
67 28%
Jan 18, 2010 onetwothree
80 93%
Jan 14, 2010 theyshoot10
72 43%
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Dec 12, 2009 cinebaixar
77 31%
Oct 03, 2009 winds winds
6 75%
Sep 09, 2009 negative
3 %
Jul 24, 2009 cosmovitelli
68 67%
May 28, 2009 a_doomoot3
99 92%
Ford's very best, in my opinon.
May 09, 2009 flowing flowing
68 75%
Apr 19, 2009 imdb imdb
67 57%
Feb 04, 2009 Icarus Icarus
85 79%
I really enjoyed Ford's final feature. The drama consistently feels confined, the characters large in their small world, always brought together in tight spaces, which of course leads to conflict. Only a couple of lines of dialogue feel out of place, and Ford's placement of the camera feels fresh and interesting.
Dec 19, 2008 ormz ormz
3 16%
Dec 19, 2008 theyshoot08
66 32%
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Nov 23, 2008 filmaffinity filmaffinity
74 91%
Nov 14, 2008 drillakiller
60 43%
Nov 09, 2008 Luna6ix Luna6ix
62 16%
Amazingly boring and so slow that I actually fell asleep, in fact that's all this movie is good at.
Oct 27, 2008 HobbsEnd
93 97%
Oct 10, 2008 swainslove
70 18%
Not the best John Ford picture but Anne Bancroft does get a great closing line. But Mike Mazurki as a mongolian? That's a keeper.
Oct 09, 2008 paris1919 paris1919
80 58%
Sep 19, 2008 matheusc matheusc
99 92%
Sep 12, 2008 sidehacker sidehacker
70 53%
Aug 23, 2008 coltrane
4 47%
May 01, 2008 Mango
6 79%
Apr 26, 2008 allisoncm allisoncm
34 11%
Mar 28, 2008 RNG
10 10%
Mar 26, 2008 Zoltan Zoltan
70 71%
Mar 02, 2008 theyshoot07
69 50%
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May 14, 2007 driscarpin driscarpin
39 22%
May 08, 2007 Theyshootpic
48 58%
Average Percentile 57.48% from 114 Rankings rss