Seven Psychopaths: Spiritual Fulfillment

By aerykpierson
Written December 13, 2012
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.
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Great Flick

By sutton2014
Written August 21, 2014
Sam Rockwell's performance is amazing. All the actors did such a wonderful job. The story however felt like it lacked something to take it to the next level. Colin Farrell's character, though wonderfully acted, felt mildy unfinished in relation to the movie's plot. Great movie regardless.
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good

By kodiak1992
Written October 20, 2012
i didn't want to see this movie but my girlfriend dragged me to see it and i am so happy she did it was so funny, especially Sam rockwell character.
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Bloody Awful!

By dannypants
Written August 01, 2014
Yuch! Loooong, boring, very few laughs. Tried way too hard to be edgey and missed the mark by a lightyear or too. Juvenile script, sophomoric homophobic "humor." One of the worst movies I've seen this year. Total waste of money, even for netflix. A great cast -- which is why I saw this -- could not rise above this DOODY BOMB material. SAVE your money!
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Quirky-in a good way

By PurpleScream
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.
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