Thursday, December 08, 2016

Gratuitous Martin Sensmeier

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There was a lot to look at in Antoine Fuqua's 2016 remake of The Magnificent Seven, which is hitting blu-ray on December 20th -- there were Chris Pratt's really tight cowboy pants, there were Byung-hun Lee's really tight cowboy pants, there were Manuel Garcia-Rulfo and Peter Sarsgaard and Matt Bomer's really tight cowboy pants. The movie in this way is a most faithful adaptation of John Sturges' 1960 film, which boasts the tightest cowboy pants ever put on screen. But even with all them cowboy bulges bouncing around bareback it wasn't a cowboy I kept looking at at all, it was...

... male-model turned actor Martin Sensmeier playing the Native American member of the team called Red Harvest that kept catching, and catching, and catching my eye. I think you can see why. I mean even standing beside a pleasingly beefy Chris Pratt...

... my eye wanders still. And thankfully my eye keep wandering and wandering until it wandered right over to Martin's Instagram account, which is when I realized...

... this post was necessary. Required! My duty, you might even say. The Magnificent Seven remake was not very good (if you're looking for a good update of that story check out Takashi Miike's 2010 film 13 Assassins, which is one of the best action movies of our new century) but I do hope it leads to Martin Sensmeier getting more work. We must encourage Hollywood to cast him more! So hit the jump for over 40 more pictures worth of encouragement...






























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