Written August 28, 2016
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 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.
Written September 29, 2013
Don't waste 2 hrs of your life
Written September 30, 2016
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!
Written April 30, 2016
I went with my 14 yr old and a few of his friends and all we did was laugh. The movie had a decent pace to it and quite a few twists and turns. Sam Rockwell was by far the best psychopath in the movie! Another stellar performance by Christopher Walken! If you are in the mood for something completely different and off the wall go see it asap!