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October 12, 2012
R , 1 hr 51 min
1,246 Fan Ratings
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Synopsis: The oddball friends of a struggling screenwriter (Colin Farrell) kidnap a mobster's beloved dog.
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By Claudia Puig
Men in movies are often just overgrown boys, and Seven Psychopaths is out to prove it - in the most twisted, hilarious way possible.
By Lisa Schwarzbaum
An energetically demented psycho-killer comedy set in faux-noir L.A., Seven Psychopaths rollicks along to the unique narrative beat and...
The Hollywood Reporter
While it's way behind the "Pulp Fiction" curve, Seven Psychopaths can be terrifically entertaining.
By Peter Travers
Blood splatters, heads explode, and McDonagh takes sassy, self-mocking shots at the very notion of being literary in Hollywood. It's...
By Ty Burr
Absurdly entertaining even after it disappears up its own hindquarters in the last act, and it gives some of our weirder actors ample room...
There's something overtly mechanical about McDonagh's approach that keeps it all from being as outrageously fun as it's pretending to be.
By Steven Rea
Meta and messy, Seven Psychopaths does not hang together like "In Bruges."
New York Daily News
Each cast member helps push it along, with standouts including Rockwell, Harrelson and Gabourey Sidibe in a brief but memorable scene. They...
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By Joe Morgenstern
The violence wears you down. Like one of its nutso characters, Seven Psychopaths has a death wish.
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By Mick LaSalle
Compared with other movies, Seven Psychopaths is clever and inventive enough to be considered a weak success or a modest failure, the kind...
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Rated R | For Strong violence, bloody images, pervasive language, sexuality/nudity and some drug use.
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Common Sense Media says Iffy for 17+
Graphic violence, strong language in clever crime comedy.
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