Psycho Killers, used to say...

By Mandellav
Written October 20, 2012
Some movies are simply made for movie lovers. This film has enough morbid humor and fantastically staged violence and blood gags that anyone enjoying the animal nature of cinema will undoubtedly enjoy the comedic mayhem before them. However, 7 Psychopaths true value erupts forth in this majestic ode to struggling filmmakers, this pointed condemnation of mass produced Hollywood cinema, and the surprising devotion that develops between the three main "protagonists." Sam Rockwell, Christopher Walken, and Tom Waits act their insane behinds off in this bizarrely conceived film. If you know violent movies, then go attempt to get into the heads of the 7 Psychopaths. This movie is clearly for adults that do not get offended by over the top violence and some nudity.
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Entertaining

By Grtded
Written August 31, 2014
Entertaining but predictable. Mostly predictable but with some unexpected twists which were very entertaining. I will watch it again when it comes out on DVD or HBO.
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Seven Reasons to see Seven Psychopaths

By oliver1953
Written October 20, 2012
Number 1: Great script. Number 2: Tight direction. Number 3: Memorable, even lovable, characters. Number 4: Top-notch acting. Number 5: Violence!! Number 6: Head blowing hilarity!! Number 7: Plus a heaping dose of sweetness to round it all out.
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Wait for the DVD

By sunburn
Written October 16, 2012
This has a great cast. And I like the dis-jointed story line approach. You know, where there are alot of characters and multiple plots going on theat just pull together at the end? But this one doesn't deliver. The story for Christopher Walken was good, but he should have been allowed to extract some revenge for himself. And the advice he gives Colin Farrrel provides and ending that makes you just go "huh?" Sam Rockwell is good as always, but there is no explanation of his pscopathy, all the others seem to have a a back story. Tom Waites is fun, but they mention his wife as a psycopath but they don't bring her in. I'd say wait for the DVD, watch it at home When you don't have to commit much time to it.
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Dark and funny

By dbwraith
Written October 14, 2012
This is a dark comedy along the lines of Pulp Fiction. It is a must see, but is quite graphic. Not for kids or the squeamish.
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