Sunday, October 14, 2012

Seven psychopaths

  • Movie review: Seven Psychopaths has a crazy-quilt lineup and killer laughs

    A lot of movies feature a psychotic character, but Seven Psychopaths goes them six better. And all I can say is, the more the merrier, especially when they're springing from the slightly warped mind of Irish playwright Martin McDonagh.

  • Seven Psychopaths Review: Quentin Tarantino Meets Charlie Kaufman

    Seven Psychopaths boasts a large ensemble cast with many different characters and plot strands intersecting and running parallel to each other.

  • 'Taken 2' is No. 1 again; Ben Affleck's 'Argo' close runner-up

    The well-reviewed "Seven Psychopaths" also did lackluster opening weekend business, launching with $4.3 million -- though it played in roughly 1,500 fewer cinemas than "Boom.

  • Movie Blog: 'Argo,' 'Seven Psychopaths' & Fake Movies

    It probably would've come out something akin to Seven Psychopaths, the new film from In Bruges writer-director Martin McDonagh, in which writer's block manifests itself in the form of countless daydreamed detours.

  • Review: 'Seven Psychopaths' can't handle its own crazy

    But unlike "In Bruges," the outlandish parts of "Seven Psychopaths," though often bleakly entertaining in their own right, remain a collection of weird riffs that not even engaging acting by Colin Farrell, Sam Rockwell, Woody Harrelson, Christopher ...

  • 'Seven Psychopaths': Colin Farrell, Sam Rockwell Turn Crazy Killers Into ...

    With his latest movie, Seven Psychopaths, McDonagh actually tops In Bruges - no easy feat considering that it's predecessor is also one of 2008's most highly acclaimed films.

  • 'Seven Psychopaths' Is Crazy Good

    It takes considerable moxie for a film to advertise its ambitions so baldly, and more still for it to rouse the ghost of Kurosawa with its very title, Seven Psychopaths. Yet remarkably, this latest outing by Anglo-Irish playwright Martin McDonagh, best ...

  • Colin Farrell channels HoneyBooBoo during 'Seven Psychopaths' interview ...

    Known for his trademark Dublin accent, Colin Farrell gives his redneck-hillbilly voice a try when an interviewer had him and his 'Seven Psychopaths' co-stars read lines from TLC's hit show 'Here Comes HoneyBooBoo.' The show, a spinoff of 'Toddlers and ...

  • Seven Psychopaths

    Sam Rockwell delivers a soaring, scene-stealing performance as a verbose criminal low-life in "Seven Psychopaths," a toxic little bauble of Hollywood gestures, cliches and tropes.

  • 'Seven Psychopaths' crazy like a fox

    For a film about nothing, "Seven Psychopaths" is awfully entertaining. In Martin McDonagh's comic opera-like meta-effort, Colin Farrell plays a hard-drinking Hollywood screenwriter from Ireland named Marty working on a screenplay entitled "Seven ...

  • Seven Psychopaths: Psycho Killers, Qu'est-ce Que C'est?

    That's the reaction I had coming out of Seven Psychopaths, the sophomore feature from acclaimed Irish playwright and filmmaker, Martin McDonagh.

  • Review: Everyone Involved Is Aces But 'Seven Psychopaths' Is the Sam ...

    Seven Psychopaths is exactly the film we should expect from the man who created the wickedly great In Bruges. It's whip-smart funny, deliriously violent and deceptively heartfelt.

  • 'Seven Psychopaths' is crazy, good fun

    'Seven Psychopaths" is many things, chief among them a long-overdue love letter to Christopher Walken and a crudely drawn ransom note from Sam Rockwell.

  • Seven Psychopaths and Sinister

    Seven Psychopaths is a movie so devilishly well-crafted that it's nearly consumed by its own brilliance. The writer-director, Irish playwright Martin McDonagh (In Bruges), is a master of nasty laughs, and he keeps them coming…and coming.

  • 'Seven Psychopaths' just tries too hard

    In "Seven Psychopaths" we follow struggling screenwriter (Farrell) who's trying to finish his next screenplay but is struggling with his next opus that he has entitled "Seven Psychopaths" but he just can't come up with enough interesting stories for a ...

  • Deranged comedy 'Seven Psychopaths' has your number

    Men in movies are often just overgrown boys, and Seven Psychopaths (*** ½ out of four; rated R; opening Friday nationwide) is out to prove it - in the most twisted, hilarious way possible.

  • Review: 'Seven Psychopaths'

    Writer Martin McDonagh is one of the smarter guys working in films, which is why his newest crime-comedy "Seven Psychopaths" is one of the year's bigger disappointments. In making a satire about Hollywood and the over-the-top nature of its many ...

  • 'Seven Psychopaths' is original, hilarious, and a must-see

    Being a big fan of "In Bruges," getting excited for writer, director, and now producer Martin McDonagh's latest film "Seven Psychopaths" was like second nature. "In Bruges" is begging for a revisit, but it added a lot of humor to hitmen and crime ...

  • 'Seven Psychopaths' movie review: Crazy crime thriller never quite finds its ...

    "Seven Psychopaths" is a film with its share of villains -- and bat-poop crazy ones, too. Perhaps the biggest one, though, is that old nemesis of wordsmiths everywhere: writer's block.

  • Review: 'Seven Psychopaths' stars Colin Farrell as a screenwriter in a good ...

    Martin McDonagh's "Seven Psychopaths" is cut from similar cloth. Colin Farrell stars as Marty, a screenwriter with a title - yep, "Seven Psychopaths" - scrawled on a yellow legal pad and nothing else. His closest friend is Billy (Sam Rockwell), who ...

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