Written October 14, 2012
This is not your average movie where there are deep, moving moments, nor are there massive explosions. Instead, the film features the art of writing a film while conducting that exact story with the psychopaths (yes, completely deranged) entering the screen at various moments. The scary thing is to actually feel sympathetic towards some of these sick characters. The humor is also a part of the film when the audience recognizes the ludicrous plot moments or lines. This highlights some of the genius of the script. This is a movie for adults who can handle some not-so-politically correct lines and can discern the humor within the story. Bring your brain. Overall, a good, yet quirky, movie.
Written October 01, 2014
Did everyone on here think this movie was going to be hearts and roses? Please it's about pschos but with funny moments...We (5) loved it. It is NOT a movie for children. It was bloody and then a joke would pop up as you finally realize who the psychos really are. You have to be warped a little to understand this movie. You have to be a connoisseur of sarcasm and blood to enjoy this movie. ALL the actors were believable in their parts. Sam Rockwell was the best! But then so was Walken and then so was Farrell but Woody was great too.Going again this coming weekend ....Does Bonnie live?
Written October 22, 2012
I don't know what I was expecting from this movie, but what I got wasn't it. The slow pace put me to sleep early on, then the remaining film just wasn't very entertaining. There were moments that seemed like they had promise, but there wasn't enough follow-through. It was fractured and non-sensical and I'd hoped for so much more. It was like a terrible retread of Adaptation.
Written October 21, 2012
This movie was funny interesting and original the cast were funny I liked all the psychopaths
the passives was very funny I enjoyed the movie and would recommend it to anyone.
Written May 26, 2013
Review body (optional)