Written October 31, 2012
This is one fun movie to sit through. Sam Rockwell is his usual off-the-wall psycho self. He really drives the movie. Colin Farrell plays a wimpy screenwriter in this film and Sam Rockwell his muse. Throw in Christopher Walken, a natural-born-psycho if ever there was one, and you get the makings of what turns out to be an unpredictable, ballsy, loosely scripted serial killer movie that deals with such issues as writer's block, inexplicable dog-loving, the mob, and crazy girlfriends. I was entertained.
Written December 21, 2014
Great acting from Farrell, Rockwell, Harrelson and Walken. Loved the humor, some parts very dark but funny. It is a movie that people will love or hate. Definately worth seeing!
Written November 27, 2014
The cast and the rambling storyline are the two things that make this a great movie. A family sitting near us got up and left - no problem. We loved it. Hints of Pulp Fiction, but even more wacky. This movie somehow makes you laugh out loud while watching someone get sliced open. Walken is brilliant, and Farrel is a lovable alcoholic you get attached to.
Written October 21, 2012
I should not need to say more, but just in case the title does not do it for you... This movie was great. It had me laughing pretty much the entire movie. I am not saying everything is funny, but the parts the are funny have been spread out very well.
Written October 01, 2014
This is an adult movie and not for those adults who like twilight movies. The title of the movie is "Seven Psychopaths" not seven dwafs, meaning some of the scenes are going to be psychotic. The message of the movie is great and I think a lot people missed it because they we're looking fo cheap laughs and the movie didn't do well because of target audiences. Again, this movie is not meant for everybody and the buddist dream sequence scene was one of the best movie scenes of all time.