In 1995, during the post-Hannibal Lecter craze of films featuring serial killers, Writer Andrew Kevin Walker and Director David Fincher release Se7en, which tells the story of a pair of detectives trying to catch an elusive psychopath staging his murders in a savage religious sermon. The film launched Fincher's career as a filmmaker of note and cemented the careers of Morgan Freeman and Brad Pitt. But does this film deserve absolution or does it fall into the sin of Pride? MovieDude Eric, Kent & Lobster follow the clues to find out.


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