Written June 25, 2016
Sing praises to the heavens, Hallelujah!
I’ve had precious few religious experiences outside of bedroom where I’ve called out our Lord and Savior’s name. And that, brothers and sisters, is too damned bad.
Thankfully Seven Psychopaths has filled my soul with the delight of having lived a pious life. I can safely, and in all the hyperbole of a God-fearing fit, say that this movie is absolutely brilliant. You will laugh. You will cry. You will come out on the other side a more pure being. This film is 109 minutes of entertainment perfection.
There is a fever, a hot, hot fire, burning at the core of my very being, that I owe to Martin McDonagh. Bless you, brother. Bless your golden heart.
Written October 15, 2012
Loved it! The crowd was entertaining as well. A very funny movie, with a great cast, not for the sensitive. If you loved "In Bruges", you'll love it! I thought Seven Pyschopaths was even better!
Written September 01, 2016
Pretty cool movie. I am a huge fan of Chris Walken so that is why I went and why I liked the movie. May not be for everyone. Pretty graghic violence and a lot of dark humor.
Written August 27, 2016
Loved it, from beginning to end. Funny, thoughtful, engaging, whatever positive adjective you use it could probably be applied to this movie. There was nothing wasted in this movie. Every character had it's own piece, every piece of this movie was interwoven into the next. Pull out anyone character or scene and it falls apart like a cheap suit. I loved it. I intend to own it as soon as it becomes available.
Written May 06, 2016
I'm not someone who cringes at a little violence in a film, but it would be nice if there was a decent story line to link the dead bodies. This movie was confusing and they doled out the back story in a weird fragmented way. I can count on one hand the movies I've walked out of in the past 20 years. This was one of them.