Seven Psychopaths movie review
Writer/Director Martin McDonagh brings you Seven Psychopaths, a flick I don’t have much to say about except that you should see it. If you are OK with the following.
Seven Psychopaths is a movie that’s kinda in that Quentin Tarantino tradition of wordy scripts, borderline exploitative violence and a large ensemble of characters. If you’re OK with some gore, violence, profanity and lots of dialogue, then you’ll probably dig this flick. On the other hand, I can see why people would hate this movie. I’m sure there’s a segment of the population that would find this movie gross or even boring. Not me, mind you, but folks out there. So, I’m recommending it with a word or so of caution. I’m giving Seven Psychopaths an 8.5 out of 10, but audiences in general might have a problem with this movie.
Oh! The performances! Colin Farrell, Woody Harrelson, Sam Rockwell and Christopher Walken are all performing in ways I’ve never really seen them perform before. If you’re fans of these guys (I’ve found that it’t not Colin Farrell I don’t like, just the movies he’s usually in), this might be a must watch for you.
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