Rod Goldman and Al Silverman are street performers who work the tourist scene of Times Square.
The life of a bank manager is turned upside down when a friend from his past manipulates him into faking his own death and taking off on an adventure.
The film, which was “cleverly” titled as a play on The Magnificent 7, or possibly the Hateful 8, Stars Sandler as one of six bastard brothers in the old west, trying to save their overly fertile dad.
It’s up to Adam Sandler, Kevin James, and Peter Dinklage to save the day… but can they save this insanely thin premise for a film?
It would be easy to assume that this movie is going to be garbage, but there’s a solid chance that he’ll gain a new level of creative freedom with Netflix that the studios have been stifling.
I’ll give this one a chance at least until we see the trailer, but I think that a lot of the fun of bringing old school video games into a movie might have already been absorbed by Wreck-It Ralph.