Seven Psychopaths

By Aristotle'sLover
Written October 13, 2012
Great actors and great one liners ----scattered, unrelated hilarity on occasion ---- otherwise gruesome and the bloody visual detract from any dialogue. Otherwise way too obvious "guy" mania trying to be so on the edge, but disappointing and boring most of the time. Dark humor to the excess. Advertisements and TV clips of film definitely show only the best part.
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Save your money

By Bad Dog Dude
Written October 13, 2012
VERY VERY slow paced boring movie. Like watching paint dry. If you're a HUGE fan of the Hollywood stars in this movie, then go. But despite the big name cast, there's very mediocre acting, a bad and slow-witted script, and amateurish directing. Way, way too much gore and violence. It appears the movie is trying to be a black comedy, a la Tarrentino, but it never gets close to getting there. And at $11 per person it's simply a non-ertertaining, and bad, investment.
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Seven Psychopaths

By Jeff from San Jose
Written October 18, 2012
Great movie! I was caught off guard. I did not expect the film to be as entertaining as it was. It had me laughing and very interested in the characters. The performances by Colin Ferrell, Christopher Walken, and Sam Rockwell were superb--there was great chemistry among the three of them. I highly recommend this movie, especially if you want great acting and a compelling story.
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By DateNightLover
Written October 13, 2012
While there were several funny punch lines in the movie, we were disappointed with the movie overall. Woody Harrelson wasn't as funny as I had hoped and the plot was all over the place. It would be an okay rental movie, but wasn't worth the outrageous theater prices.
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Not very funny

By mark_in_sf
Written October 14, 2012
This movie has it's moments, but there are too few of them to make it a worthwhile film. It's loaded with attempts at dark humor, but most of it is just disturbing not funny. If you think Sam Rockwell shooting his girlfriend in the stomach and leaving her to die, and then later joking that he's not such a bad guy because he didn't shoot her in the head and he called an ambulance is funny, then this film may be for you, because that's the "humor" typical of this film.
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